Another disgraceful performance by the Macedonian champions who got out of the Europa League as well, getting eliminated by a Luxembourgian team. photo by Ben Majerus/Luxemburger Wort: Juan Felipe chases Daniel Sinani After the shocking 2:1 defeat at home in the first leg coach Kjatip Osmani admitted his obvious mistakes and made couple of changes
Another failure for Shkendija as the Luxembourgian side celebrated a win in Skopje. photo by Filip Zdraveski: moment of the match After suffering a shocking elimination in the first qualifying round of the Champions League by Estonian side Kalju, thanks to UEFA’s new format introduced this season, Shkendija continues to compete in the Europa League.
Unexpected but true. Shkendija is out of the Champions League after getting defeated at home by the Estonian champion. Kalju advances on away goals rule. photo by KF Shkendija Tetovo: Igor Subbotin makes a sliding tackle on Gledi Mici Shkendija’s manager Kjatip Osmani opted for exactly the same line-up from the first leg in Tallinn:
A penalty goal allowed Shkendija to celebrate a lone goal victory away to Estonian champions Kalju in the opening leg of the Champions League first qualifying round. photo by KF Shkendija Tetovo: Agim ibraimi starts celebrating after converting the penalty Manager Kjatip Osmani started with the following line-up: Zahov; Murati, Bejtulai, Musliu, Mici; Husmani, Alimi,
Krste Velkoski scored a brace, Andrej Todoroski contributed with a goal and assist, Enis Bardhi, Agim Ibraimi, Ilija Nestorovski all scored goal apiece, while Ezgjan Alioski and Tihomir Kostadinov provided an assist for their teams. photo by Levante UD: Enis Bardhi celebrating his excellent goal Albania, Kategoria Superiore, Kamza – Flamurtari 2:2 Artim Polozhani, Goran
Of the Macedonian internationals, only Agim Ibraimi one season shared the locker room with Davide Astori, the Italian defender who died on Sunday morning. photo by Cagliari Calcio: Astori (no.13) and Ibraimi (R) after a goal celebration Agim played the 2013/14 season for Cagliari, which was the last for Davide Astori at this club. He
Original name: Агим Ибраими Passport version: Agim Ibraimi IPA: ˈagim ˈibraimi Club shirt name: Ibraimi Position: winger / attacking midfielder Born on 29.08.1988 in Tetovo, Macedonia Club: KF Shkendija AD Tetovo, Macedonia Former clubs: KF Shkendija Tetovo , FC Red Bull Salzburg , NK Olimpija Ljubljana , Eskişehirspor Kulübü , NK Nafta Lendava , Cagliari
8th September 2014, 20.45 CET SPAIN 5:1 MACEDONIA HT 3:1 Goals: 16′ (pen) Sergio Ramos, 17′ Paco Alcácer, 45’+3 Sergio Busquets, 50′ David Silva, 90’+1 Pedro Rodríguez – 28′ (pen) Agim Ibraimi Stadium: Estadi Ciutat de València in Valencia Attendance: 14.258 ESP MKD 1. Iker Casillas Fernández (GK) (C) 1. Tome Pachovski (GK) (C) 2.
5th March 2014, 19.00 CET MACEDONIA 2:1 LATVIA HT 1:0 Goals: 29′ Jovan Kostovski, 72′ (pen) Agim Ibraimi – 65′ (og) Daniel Georgievski Stadium: National Arena Philip II of Macedon in Skopje Attendance: 4.000 MKD LAT 1. Tome Pachovski (GK) (C) 1. Andris Vaņins 2. Daniel Georgievski 3. Renār Rode 3. Goran Popov 4. Nauris
Macedonia scored a goal in each half to down Latvia in Boshko Gjurovski’s managerial debut in charge of the national team. photo by FFM: Kostovski scores the opener The friendly against Latvia marked a new beginning in Macedonian football. With the official retirement of Goran Pandev and the likely retirement of Nikolche Noveski, Macedonia will