Squad list for Poland and Austria qualifiers revealed

Macedonian national team coach Igor Angelovski revealed his squad list for the upcoming 2020 EURO qualifying matches against Poland and Austria.

photo by Filip Zdraveski: Angelovski (R) during today’s press conference

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Angelovski did summon 23 players, but the many injuries are giving him a headache. Velkovski, Alioski, Ademi, Markoski, Nestorovski and Trajkovski are all problematic as they are currently sidelined of just have been recovered. Stefan Spirovski and Ivan Trichkovski are not in the squad at all. Stefan has been injured for a while, while Ivan recently picked up an injury. Time will tell if someone else will be forced to withdraw from the squad.

Back in the team are Ademi, who missed the opening matches in March, and Radeski who was injured since last summer and hasn’t been in the national team for a year.

“I admire Alioski and Ademi who even after surgery are eager to get back in the national team. Also Nestorovski and Trajkovski, both with recent injuries. I have great respect for players such those, who put the national team above everything.” – said Angelovski regarding some of the questionable players.

Stole Dimitrevski – Rayo Vallecano Spain
Dejan Iliev – Arsenal England
Damjan Shishkovski – RoPS Finland

Stefan Ristovski – Sporting Portugal
Visar Musliu – Shkendija Macedonia
Egzon Bejtulai – Shkendija Macedonia
Kire Ristevski – Újpest Hungary
Darko Velkovski – Rijeka Croatia
Kristijan Toshevski – Vardar Macedonia
Gjoko Zajkov – Charleroi Belgium

Enis Bardhi – Levante Spain
Boban Nikolov – Vidi Hungary
Ezgjan Alioski – Leeds United England
Arijan Ademi – Dinamo Croatia
Ferhan Hasani – Al-Ra’ed Saudi Arabia
Elif Elmas
– Fenerbahçe Turkey
Kire Markoski
– Spartak Slovakia
Marjan Radeski – Shkendija Macedonia

Goran Pandev – Genoa Italy
I
lija Nestorovski – Palermo Italy
Aleksandar Trajkovski – Palermo Italy
Darko Churlinov – Köln Germany
Krste Velkoski – Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina

Macedonia will host both matches. First we will face Poland on 7 June, while three days later we will match Austria. Both matches will be played a the National Arena Toshe Proeski in Skopje with kick-off scheduled for 20.45 CET.

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