|Full name||Mitko Kostadinov Dobrev|
|Date of birth||26 February 1954|
|Place of birth||Dimitrovgrad, Bulgaria|
|1975–1976||FC Sportist Svoge|
|1977–1981||FC NSA Sofia|
|1998–1999||Olympic Teteven F.C. (Executive Director)|
|1999–2000||Bulgarian National Amateur Team|
|2006–2007||Accra Hearts of Oak F.C. Ghana Premier League|
|2007–2009||Heartland F.C. Nigerian Premier League|
|2009–2010||Lobi Stars F.C. Nigerian Premier League|
|2013–2014||PFC Ludogorets Razgrad (Technical Advisor)|
|2015–2016||Ifeanyi Ubah F.C.|
|2016–||Ifeanyi Ubah F.C. (Technical Advisor)|
Mitko Dobrev (Bulgarian: Митко Добрев) is a Bulgarian football manager. Mitko Dobrev attended the National Sports Academy "Vasil Levski" where he studied Physical Therapy and Coaching in 1977-1981. Mitko Dobrev holds an UEFA A Licence and is a part of the Bulgarian Football Union. Having managed mostly in Africa, he hopes that he will someday coach in Asia to diversify his coaching experience. Retired manager Ivan Vutsov helped Dobrev when he first went to Ghana to coach  Accra Hearts of Oak F.C. the team had an unbeaten record of 22 matches and went on to become Champions of the Ghana Premier League in 2006-2007, Mitko Dobrev was awarded Manager of the Year Ghana.
While in charge of Hearts of Oak, he unjustifiably invaded the pitch, whereupon he was called up for a disciplinary hearing in 2007. It was in a game opposing Tema Youth.Heartland FC dismissed the Bulgarian tactician from his role in 2009, adducing differences with the management and a poor run of results as the reasons for his sacking.
Returning to Ifeanyi Ubah F.C. in 2016, he was convinced that they would secure qualification for the 2017 CAF Champions League. Instead, he guided his team to Ifeanyi Ubah's first Nigerian Federation Cup championship and met King Igwe Kenneth Onyeneke Orizu III who complimented his virtues as coach in the ceremony.