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The two U21 squads for the upcoming friendlies

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Milevski announcing the squad on Tuesday; photo: FFMMilevski announcing the squad on Tuesday; photo: FFMU21 national team coach Blagoja Milevski revealed the lists of summoned players for the two upcoming friendly games against Montenegro and Bulgaria on 24th and 28th March at the training complex Petar Miloshevski in Skopje.

The game against the Montenegro is part of the preparations for the next U21 generation(players born 1996 and younger) while the game against Bulgaria is going to be one of the last tests for U21 national team which will take a part at Europian U21 Championship this June in Poland.

Regarding the next U21 generation coach Milevski said that he is considering the game against Montenegro as a start of qualifications for the EURO 2019 in Italy. He also said that this gonna be a chance for several players like Dorian Babunski, David Atanaskoski, Benjamin Demir, Nicola Kuleski, Stefan Jevtoski, Tauljant Sulejmanov to show him that they deserve a call for the national team. Milevski mentioned that Calvin N'Sombo was in his plans for this game but he's recently without a club and he hopes that he's gonna solve this problem in the near future.

U21 squad for Montenegro game:

Bekim Redjepi - Teteks Macedonia
Filip Ilikj - Gandzasar Armenia
Senad Mujovikj - Baden Switzerland

David Atanaskoski - Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Alex Simovski - Akropolis Sweden
Konstantin Cheshmedjiev - Makedonija Gjorche Petrov Macedonia
Aleksa Amanovikj - Javor Serbia
Jovan Popzlatanov - Pelister Macedonia
Stefan Kostov - Bregalnica Macedonia
Besart Krivanjeva - Shkupi Macedonia
Filip Stojanovski - Apollonia Albania

Elif Elmas - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Ennur Totre - Shkendija Macedonia
Davor Zdravkovski - Makedonija Gjorche Petrov Macedonia
Stefan Jevtoski - Lokomotiv Plovdiv Bulgaria
Nicola Kuleski - Sydney Australia
Din Alomerovikj - Makedonija Gjorche Petrov Macedonia

Emil Abaz - Spartak Subotica Serbia
Tihomir Kostadinov - Zlaté Moravce Slovakia
Petar Petkovski - Vardar Macedonia
Remzifaik Selmani - Renova Macedonia
Benjamin Demir - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Dorian Babunski - Radomlje Slovenia

After the press Tauljant Sulejmanov of Swiss side Young Boys came with a statement that he wishes all the best to Macedonia but he's going to play for Albania in the future. He also changed his last name to Seferi.

The game against Bulgaria according to Milevski could be the last test for the U21 team before the Europian Championship. That's why he's expecting the maximum from his players at this game. At the list are the names of the players which were regular during the qualifications. Enis Bardi is not on the list because of injury. Milevski said that he will include some of the players from the next U21 generation squad which will play against Montenegro four days earlier. Macedonian Football is expecting to see Aleksa Amanovikj, Elif Elmas, Ennur Totre, Tihomir Kostadinov, Petar Petkovski or Remzifaik Selmani at this game according to the fact that most of them were part of the U21 squad that won the qualifications.

U21 squad for Bulgaria game:

Igor Aleksovski - Vardar Macedonia
Damjan Shishkovski - Rabotnichki Macedonia

Gjoko Zajkov - Charleroi Belgium
Darko Velkoski - Vardar Macedonia
Visar Musliu - Renova Macedonia
Mevlan Murati - Shkendija Macedonia
Egzon Bejtulai - Shkendija Macedonia
Besir Demiri - Vardar Macedonia

Boban Nikolov - Vardar Macedonia
David Babunski - Yokohama F·Marinos Japan
Daniel Avramovski - Olimpija Slovenia

Marjan Radeski - Shkendija Macedonia
Nikola Gjorgjev - Grasshoppers Switzerland
Filip Pivkovski - Landskrona Sweden
Kire Markoski - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Viktor Angelov - Újpest Hungary

Bejtulai got injured during the first league encounter of his Shkendija against Bregalnica so most probably a new player will be summoned instead.

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