Mirsad Jonuz, the coach of the Macedonian U21 national team announced the squad for the friendly match against Bulgaria U21 that will be played in Probistip on October 15th.
13th October 1993, 15.00 CET SLOVENIA 1:4 MACEDONIA HT 1:2 Goals: 40′ Janez Pate – 3′ Zoran Boshkovski, 37′ (pen) Darko Panchev, 48′ (pen) Chedomir Janevski, 51′ Dragi Kanatlarovski Stadium: Športni Center Stanko Mlakar in Kranj Attendance: 3.000 SVN MKD 1. Marko Simeunovič (GK) 58′ 1. Zoran Micevski (GK) 2. Gregor Židan 57′ 2. Kire
Srečko Katanec, the coach of the Macedonian national team, announced the 19-men squad for the World Cup 2010, Group 9 qualification match away to Iceland.
The football federation of Macedonia has arranged a friendly match with Montenegro. The match will be played in the capital of Montenegro, Podgorica on November 19th, 2008.
10th September 2008, 20.30 CET MACEDONIA 1:2 NETHERLANDS HT 0:0 Goals: 77′ (pen) Goran Pandev – 46′ John Heittinga, 60′ Rafael van der Vaart Stadium: Gradski in Skopje Attendance: 13.000 MKD NED 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) 1. Maarten Stekelenburg (GK) 76′ 2. Nikolche Noveski 2. John Heitinga 4. Goce Sedloski (C) 3. André Ooijer 28′
Another good performance by the Macedonian national team against big team, but still Holland proved to be a big favorite and succeed to get the first points in Skopje in the WC 2010 qualifications.
Macedonian U21 national team managed to drew 0:0 away to Norway. The hosts were huge favourites in the game, but did not manage to put the ball behind Naumovski in the Macedonian goal
Macedonia kicked off the World Cup qualifying campaign with big three points from the match against Scotland, with an early goal from Ilco Naumoski for a 1:0 win
6th September 2008, 15.00 CET MACEDONIA 1:0 SCOTLAND HT 1:0 Goals: 5′ Ilcho Naumoski Stadium: Gradski in Skopje Attendance: 9.000 MKD SCO 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) 1. Craig Gordon (GK) 2. Nikolche Noveski 2. Alexander Graham 3. Robert Petrov 79′ 3. Gary Naysmith 4. Goce Sedloski (C) 4. Stephen McManus (C) 5. Igor Mitreski 5.
According to the September FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings List, Macedonia moved down for 2 positions and is now in the 56th place.