Twentytwo players have been summoned by U21 national team coach Blagoja Milevski for the upcoming two EURO qualifying matches against Russia and Austria.
photo by FFM: the U21 on training
The bad results in this qualifications forced Milevski to change the roster once again. He included 4 debutantes (Bozhinovski, Lichina, Imeri and Ristovski) and several players who have been capped only once so far. Among the debutantes is 18-year-old keeper Tomás Martins Bozhinovski born in Portugal of Portuguese mother, but his father is former Macedonia-Australian midfielder Vlado Bozhinovski who spent 6 season playing in Portugal.
Back in the squad is attacked Dorian Babunski whose last appearance was in 2015. No player, except for Kostadinov, has more than 10 official games for this national team.
Riste Jankov – Rabotnichki
Tomás Martins Bozhinovski – Paços de Ferreira
Aleksa Amanovikj – Javor
Nehar Sadiki – Rabotnichki
Besart Krivanjeva – Shkupi
Esmin Lichina – Skopje
Filip Stojanovski – Radnički Pirot
Jovan Popzlatanov – Vardar
Din Alomerovikj – Celta
Davor Zdravkovski – AEL
Stefan Jeftoski – Varaždin
Tihomir Kostadinov – Ružomberok
Besar Iseni – Vardar
Ennur Totre – Shkendija
Omar Imeri – Shkupi
Dorian Babunski – Machida Zelvia
Nikola Gjorgjev – Aarau
Petar Petkovski – Rabotnichki
Boban Georgiev – Sileks
Benjamin Demir – Skopje
Emil Abaz – Beerschot Wilrijk
Milan Ristovski – Rijeka
Macedonia will first welcome Russia at Petar Miloshevski stadium in Skopje on the 23rd this month, while four days later will travel to Austria.