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Dimitar Yakimov Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Dimitar Nikolov Yakimov (Bulgarian: ??????? ??????? ??????) (Macedonian: Dimit?r Jakimov) (born in Shlegovo, 12 August 1941), is one of the players of the Bulgarian football team CSKA Sofia, sometimes called "the poet of football" for his dribbling skills. Yakimov played a decisive role in probably the most important victories of the Bulgarian national team in the 1960s. He scored the winning goal for Bulgaria in the World Cup qualifier play-off against France, played on a neutral field in Italy in 1961, leading his country to its first participation in World Cup finals.In Italy, four years later, his precise long pass cut the whole Belgian defense, reaching Georgi Asparuhov in a clear scoring position to seal another famous victory which sent Bulgaria to the World Cup in England. On a club level, Yakimov reached the semifinal of the Cup of European Champions with CSKA Sofia in 1967. His career was ended prematurely in the early 1970s, although he was neither injured, nor with declining skills. He still can be seen occasionally playing for the CSKA veterans. The most successful Bulgarian player of all time, Hristo Stoichkov (CSKA, Barcelona), has pointed out Yakimov as a big inspiration of his youth.Yakimov played for Bulgaria at the 1960 Summer Olympics.
|Date Of Birth||1941-08-12|
|Place Of Birth||Shlegovo, now Republic Macedonia|