Pobeda brings Prilep natives back home

Pobeda continue their busy winter transfer window with two further signings.

photo by FK Pobeda: the starting 11 on a recent friendly


The first signing, Blagoja Spirkoski, is a native of Prilep and has previously played for fellow Prilep based club, 11 Oktomvri. The midfielder joins from 2.MFL West side Gorno Lisiche who are currently sitting 5th. This signing serves to show that the new Pobeda board are keen to sign numerous players from Prilep, which is likely a good strategy for a team fighting off the stigma of financial problems. Such players arrived this January include the likes of Stojanche Dunimagloski, Valentin Kolevski, Darko Tofiloski, Zoran Danoski.

However, not all players signed this transfer window are natives of Prilep as proven by the transfer of Nikola Jaćimović from Budućnost based in the small Serbian town of Dobanovci. The Belgrade-born center back has featured in 17 matches this season for the Serbian second tier side and even managed to score two goals. Before signing for Budućnost Dobanovci, Jaćimović played for a host of Serbian clubs including Bežanija and Šumadija. It is expected that he will play a very pivotal role in the defense of Pobeda for the latter part of the season.

It is also expected that Pobeda are yet to make more signings before the transfer window slams shut later this month. The new board are seemingly taking big strides to rectify the financial situation at Pobeda and this shows in the signings they have made so far.

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