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Macedonian squad for June matches revealed

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Spokesman Zlatko Andonovski and coach Igor Angelovski during the press-conference today; photo: Filip ZdraveskiSpokesman Zlatko Andonovski and coach Igor Angelovski during the press-conference today; photo: Filip ZdraveskiNational team coach Igor Angelovski has decided to call up 22 players for the upcoming friendly against Turkey and World Cup qualifier against Spain, both in Skopje.

Macedonian senior national team will play two games in June. First a friendly on the 5th against Turkey and later a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Spain on the 11th. Big headaches for coach Igor Angelovski as he can't have the U21 national team players who on the 4th will start prepairing for the U21 EURO in Poland. They won't be available to him in order to avoid possible injuries.

Angelovski this time as well included some very young players. If on the friendly against Belarus 16-year-old Darko Churlinov debuted, now a chance for debut will have Elif Elmas (17), Jani Atanasov (17) and Amel Rustemoski (16).

Back in the squad after long absence because of injuries is keeper David Mitov Nilsson who despite still not playing for his club is training and playing for their second team.

The complete squad:

Stole Dimitrevski - Gimnástic Spain
Filip Gachevski - Vardar Macedonia
David Mitov Nilsson - Norrköping Sweden

Stefan Ristovski - Rijeka Croatia
Daniel Mojsov - AEK Larnaca Cyprus
Vanche Shikov - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Kire Ristevski - Vasas Hungary
Kristijan Toshevski - Pelister Macedonia

Stefan Spirovski - Vardar Macedonia
Ostoja Stjepanovikj - Śląsk Poland
Dushko Trajchevski - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Ferhan Hasani
- Shkendija Macedonia
Ezgjan Alioski - Lugano Switzerland
Elif Elmas - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Darko Churlinov - Köln Germany
Jani Atanasov - Akademija Pandev Macedonia

Goran Pandev - Genoa Italy
Ilija Nestorovski - Palermo Italy
Ivan Trichkovski - AEK Larnaca Cyprus
Aleksandar Trajkovski
- Palermo Italy
Besart Ibraimi
- Shkendija Macedonia
Amel Rustemoski - Grasshoppers Switzerland

Both games will be played at the National Arena Philip II of Macedon in Skopje. With the game featuring Spain the stadium will be officially closed in order to keep it in good shape for the UEFA Super Cup in early August.

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