Pobeda brings Prilep natives back home

Pobeda continue their busy winter transfer window with two further signings. photo by FK Pobeda: the starting 11 on a recent friendly The first signing, Blagoja Spirkoski, is a native of Prilep and has previously played for fellow Prilep based club, 11 Oktomvri. The midfielder joins from 2.MFL West side Gorno Lisiche who are currently

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The Story of Perth’s Vardar Club

Vardar. A name forever associated with the most successful Macedonian team we have ever produced. A name that serves as a symbol to those who have emigrated abroad. In our case for those who emigrated to Perth, Australia. This is a guest article written by our friend J.S. from Australia. photo: kids of Stirling Suns

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Macedonian internationals performances (Updated)

Aleksandar Trajkovski, Ivan Trichkovski, Aleksa Amanovikj and Stefan Ashkovski scored, while Ezgjan Alioski assisted this weekend for their teams. Albania, Kategoria Superiore, Flamurtari – Vllaznia 2:0 Goran Siljanovski as usual was the starting right-back for Flamurtari, while Artim Polozhani was fielded in central defense, thus both were part of a defense that kept a clean

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