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Angelovski announced squad for Israel, Italy

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Spokesman Zlatko Andonovski & coach Igor Angelovski during the press conference; photo: Filip ZdraveskiSpokesman Zlatko Andonovski & coach Igor Angelovski during the press conference; photo: Filip ZdraveskiCoach Angelovski summoned 19 players for the upcoming two World Cup qualifiers.

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After the disappointing road defeat to Albania, Macedonia will now have home two games in four days with a new chance to win some points.

It is more then clear that the first opponent in Israel is the chance for a win because the latter match is against the 4 times World Cup winner Italy.

For that occasion national team coach Igor Angelovski decided to summone the same players from the opening qualifier with very little changes. He brought back defensive midfielder Dushko Trajchevski and striker Adis Jahovkj, while he dropped keeper Stole Dimitrievski due to not being regular in his club. In his place he called up Martin Bogatinov. He also added that he wants his future squads to be compiled with players that regularly play for their clubs.

Injuries prevented Agim Ibraimi and Aleksandar Trajkovski to be in the squad, while Angelovski also pointed out that keeper David Mitov Nilsson is still recovering from the broken leg injury and he won't be in the squad even for the November qualifier against Spain.

Kostradin Zahov - Shkendija Macedonia
Martin Bogatinov - Ethnikos Cyprus

Vanche Shikov - Neftçi Azerbaijan
Leonard Zhuta - Rijeka Croatia
Kire Ristevski - Vasas Hungary
Stefan Ristovski - Rijeka Croatia
Daniel Mojsov - AEK Larnaca Cyprus

Milovan Petrovikj - Osijek Croatia
Ostoja Stjepanovikj - Śląsk Poland
Stefan Spirovski - Vardar Macedonia
Nikola Gjorgjev - Grasshoppers Switzerland
Ezgjan Alioski - Lugano Switzerland
Ferhan Hasani - Shkendija Macedonia
Dushko Trajchevski - Rabotnichki Macedonia

Goran Pandev - Genoa Italy
Ivan Trichkovski - AEK Larnaca Cyprus
Ilija Nestorovski - Palermo Italy
Besart Ibraimi - Shkendija Macedonia
Adis Jahovikj - Göztepe Turkey

Macedonia will first face Israel on the 6th of October, while three days later will encounter Italy. Both games will be played in Skopje at the National Arena Philip II of Macedon with a kick-off at 20.45 CET. The tickets are already available and are block tickets that are valid for both games. The price of one block ticket for the North and South stands is 500 denars, while for the West is 250 denars. The East stand will be reserved for the visiting fans.

To view the facebook event for the Macedonia vs Italy match, click here.

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