Second league east side Osogovo has introduced three new players as reinforcements for the second half-season.
Those are 22-year-old goalkeeper Petar Janevski (left on photo), 20-year-old defender Hristijan Mitrevski (right) and attacker Vladimir Zhoglev (center) who is only 19.
Janevski comes from Bregalnica where he went during the summer transfer window but decided to leave because he was the second choice. He is a product of the Vardar youth academy, while he has also been part of Gorno Lisiche.
Mitrevski and Zhoglev come from Pobeda from the town of Valandovo, another rival of Osogovo this season.
Despite being only 20-years-old, Mitrevski since starting his career at Madjari Solidarnost has changed several clubs before going to Pobeda last summer. He was part of Vardar, Teteks and Lokomotiva.
Zhoglev also launched his career at Madjari Solidarnost and neaded for Valandovo last summer. However, Osogovo will only be his third career club. He scored 5 goals for Pobeda this season.
Osogovo is currently in the relegation zone with only 8 points and will have a tough season fighting to avoid going back to the third league.