U21 national team coach Blagoja Milevski summoned 26 players in a squad that will be later reduced for the upcoming friendly against Finland.
photo by FFM: Blagoja Milevski
Twenty-six under-21 national team players will train in Skopje and will play a match between themselves so Blagoja Milevski could make his mind which twenty to bring to Slovakia where on 6 June Macedonia will play a friendly against Finland. The inbetween test match will take place on 2 June at the Petar Miloshevski stadium in Skopje.
Three of the summoned players are already injured and the medical team will decide if they could make it on time or not. Those players are Atanasov, Ibishi and Grozdanovski. UPDATE: All three have been dropped after the medical exams showed they won’t be able to play.
Milevski will also follow the U19 team that this week will play two friendlies against Israel and may add some of those players to his list.
Tomás Martins Bozhinoski – Feirense
Riste Jankov – Rabotnichki
Daniel Kotevski – Pobeda
Agron Rufati – Istra 1961
Esmin Lichina – Skopje
Filip Trajanovski – Akademija Pandev
Nehar Sadiki – Renova
Filip Antovski – Dinamo
Todor Todoroski – Osijek
Vane Jovanov – Akademija Pandev
Denis Stoshikj – Spielberg
Mihail Manevski – Akademija Pandev
Nikola Serafimov – Bregalnica
Davor Zdravkovski – AEL
Jani Atanasov – Bursaspor (withdrew)
Dimitar Mitrovski – Sporting
Kristijan Ackovski – Rabotnichki
Milosh Tosheski – Zemun
Mile Todorov – Osijek
Ensar Ljuma – Shkendija
Tomche Grozdanovski – ViON (withdrew)
Milan Ristovski – Rijeka
Mario Krstovski – Akademija Pandev
Kristijan Trapanoski – Slavia
Daniel Milovanovikj – Akademija Pandev
Djemal Ibishi – Vardar (withdrew)
Macedonia is not playing any qualifying matches this period although other group rivals will do that. Our qualifiers begin in September.