How did you feel when you scored the winning goal in the last moments of the Macedonian Cup final against Shkendija?
– In those moments a person has no time to think much. I was under big impression from the great atmosphere on the stands and the pitch. Every player dreams to play on matches like that one. There was big euphoria and I wasn’t able to control my emotions. I scored the goal towards the end of the match and I couldn’t wait for the last whistle so I can celebrate the success with my team-mates, the coaches and our fans.
Zoran Rosic, Ane Andonovski, Perica Gruevski, Boban Babunski and Radmilo Ivancevic. Which of your coaches had the best impression on you? What is the difference between Gruevski and Ivancevic?
– I didn’t have the chance to work with Boban Babunski. I think that all of the coaches that I’ve been working with had influence on the progress of my career and I learned something positive from them. I’ve always had good relations with my coaches and I’m happy that I had the chance to work with those people with who I made my progress. Zoran Rosic was the first coach that I worked with in Makedonija GP and he had excellent philosophy of the game. Perica Gruevski was a great motivator and he was able to motivate us all to give our best on the pitch. I have the best impressions from Ane Andonovski and Radmilo Ivancevic because of their professionalism and their way of working with the team and with me as an individual.
What’s the difference between the trainings in Makedonija GP and Groclin Dyskobolia?
– There’s big difference in the conditions under which the players have their trainings in Macedonia and Poland. The conditions in Groclin are great and more professional. The intensity of the trainings in Poland is bigger, but there are not many differences in the methods.