Potential internationals performances

This past weekend Oliver Nedanovski scored a goal in the Svenska Cupen, while two goalkeepers kept a clean sheet for their respective teams.

Photo by hn.se: Oliver Nedanovski


Australia, A-League, Brisbane Roar – Newcastle United Jets 0:1
Ben Kantarovski wasn’t called up by Newcastle for this encounter.

Belgium, Jupiler Pro League, Waasland-Beveren – Gent 1:2
Erdin Demir started at left-back for the hosts and played all minutes as his team suffered a narrow loss against Gent. Waasland-Beveren had the lead until the 82nd minute, but conceded two late unanswered goals and thus lost the game.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, BH Telecom Premijer Liga, Željezničar – Sloboda 1:0
Captain Vedran Kjosevski was between the hosts posts and kept a clean sheet in the narrow win against Sloboda. Vedran also received a yellow card in the 1st minute of stoppage time.

Denmark, Alka Superliga, København – Odense 1:0
Uroš Matić wasn’t part of København’s matchday squad.

England, Premier League, Crystal Palace – Tottenham Hotspur 0:1
Erdal Rakip was an unused subsitute for the hosts.

Erdal during the presentation; photo: cpfc.co.uk

Greece, Super League, Giannina – Levadiakos 0:0
Marko Markovski made the start for Levadiakos and played all minutes at centre-forward as his team collected one point on the road. In the 37th minute Marko also received a yellow card.

Poland, Ekstraklasa, Cracovia – Legia 0:0
Brian Iloski wasn’t called up by Legia, thus he still waits for his debut in the Ekstraklasa.

Serbia, SuperLiga, Radnik – Čukarički 0:0
Aleksandar Kirovski was on goal for Čukarički and kept a clean sheet in the goalless draw away to Radnik.

Serbia, SuperLiga, Voždovac – Napredak 3:2
Both players with Macedonian origin, Marko Pavlovski and Jovan Markoski, were unused substitutes for their respective teams.

Sweden, Svenska Cupen, Tvååker – Norrköping 2:3
Oliver Nedanovski made the start for the hosts in attacking midfield and netted his teams second goal in the 45th minute with a left-footed shot from close range. Outsider Tvååker had a 2:0 lead at half-time, but Norrköping responded with three goals and took all points on the road.

Nedanovski’s goal (at 0:55):

Sweden, Svenska Cupen, Kalmar – Trelleborg 2:1
Marko Johansson was the starting goalie for Trelleborg and conceded one goal, while his teammate Deniz Hümmet opened at centre-forward. Both played all minutes, but suffered with their team a loss away to Kalmar.

Sweden, Svenska Cupen, Hammarby – GAIS 3:3
Daniel Janevski missed this game because of an injury.

Switzerland, Super League, Grasshoppers – Zürich 1:0
Nedim Bajrami started in defensive midfield for Grasshoppers but played just twelve minutes as he had to replaced due to injury. For the visitors, Izer Aliu made the start in central midfield and played the entire game. Eventually, Grasshoppers won the game thanks to a goal by Venezuelan international Jeffren in the 16th minute.


  1. Reply Post By Phillip

    Have you guys heard of a player called Gabi Kanikovski playing in Israel league playing for Hapoel Ironi Akko? Is he a player of Macedonian origin?

    1. Reply Post By Filip Zdraveski

      his last name doesnt sound Macedonian, except for the -ski ending. I see that the original spelling is Kanichowsky and my research says that its a Jewish family from Poland that was nearly extinct in the Holocaust. so no, this lad has nothing to do with Macedonia.

    2. Reply Post By Nik Santaski

      There are several players from Israel with the ending “ski” (like the twin brothers Ron and Stav Nesikovski), but mostly those are players with origins from Eastern Europe.

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