28th December 2002, 20.30 CET BASQUE COUNTRY 1:1 MACEDONIA HT 0:0 Goals: 75′ Jon Andoni Pérez Alonso “Bolo” – 82′ Artim Shakjiri Stadium: San Mames in Bilbao Attendance: 40.300 BAS MKD 1. Imanol Etxeberria Egaña (GK) 46′ 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) (C) 2. Aitor Lopez Rekarte 2. Toni Meglenski 46′ 3. Agustín Aranzabal Alkorta 3.
7th June 2000, 15.30 CET SOUTH KOREA 2:1 MACEDONIA HT 0:0 Goals: 47′ Choi Chul-Woo, 62′ Park Ji-Sung – 90′ Artim Shakjiri Stadium: Azadi in Tehran Attendance: 30.000 KOR MKD 2. Park Ji-Sung 75′ 1. Antonio Filevski (GK) 3. Park Jae-Hong 2. Goran Stavrevski 4. Park Jin-Seop (C) 4. Goce Sedloski 7. Choi Chul-Woo 62′
Original name: Артим Шаќири Passport version: Artim Shakjiri Alternative version: Artim Sakiri or Artim Shaqiri IPA: ˈartim ˈʃaciri Position: left midfielder Born on 23.09.1973 in Struga, Macedonia Club: retired Former clubs: FK Dinamo Livadi , FK Rok , FK Karaorman Struga , FK Vardar Skopje , Halmstads BK , Berliner Tennis Club Borussia 1902 e.V.
Five internationals scored this Friday and Saturday. Starting with Goran Pandev who scored the first goal in Lazio’s win over Roma in the derby della capitale. Ilco Naumoski scored for Mattersburg in a very important win, but got an injury. Filip Ivanovski scored again in Poland for Polonia, Zoran Zlatkovski scored for Vihren in Bulgaria,
Artim Sakiri with two goals led his Azeri team Qarabagh to a 4:2 win over Turan Tovuz and made himself the man of the match. Stevica Ristić’s and Slavco Georgievski’s duel in South Korea ended with an 1:1 draw, while Gjoko Hadzievski who leads FK Baku eventually gave up the top of the table in
One of the most experienced Macedonian football players Artim Sakiri at age of 35 is still very active on the football pitch, but is also ready to quit playing football if he is offered the coaching position of the Macedonian national team. – “Jürgen Klinsmann, Marco van Basten and Hristo Stoickov, they all became national
11th June 2003, 20.00 CET TURKEY 3:2 MACEDONIA HT 1:2 Goals: 27′ Nihat Kahveci, 47′ Gökdeniz Karadeniz, 60′ Hakan Şükür – 24′ Vlatko Grozdanoski, 28′ Artim Shakjiri Stadium: BJK İnönü in Istanbul Attendance: TUR MKD 1. Rüştü Reçber (GK) 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) 2. Emre Belözoğlu 31′ 43′ 2. Vasko Bozhinovski 53′ 76′ 3. Bülent
1st September 2001, 20.00 CET MACEDONIA 1:2 SWEDEN HT 0:2 Goals: 63′ Dragan Nachevski – 28′ Henrik Edward Larsson, 33′ Patrik Jonas Andersson Stadium: Gradski in Skopje Attendance: 8.000 MKD SWE 1. Goce Grujoski (GK) 1. Magnus Hedman (GK) 3. Goran Stavrevski 2. Erik Olof Mellberg 4. Igor Mitreski 55′ 3. Patrik Jonas Andersson 5.
6th June 2001, 19.30 CET TURKEY 3:3 MACEDONIA HT 1:2 Goals: 43′, 57′, 75′ Alpay Özalan – 7′ Artim Shakjiri, 19′ Zharko Serafimovski, 63′ Igor Sasha Nikolovski Stadium: Atatürk in Bursa Attendance: 18.000 TUR MKD 1. Rüştü Reçber (GK) 1. Antonio Filevski (GK) 2. Ümit Davala 2. Goran Stavrevski 3. Bülent Korkmaz 3. Igor Stojanov
Two goals in just 60 seconds for Stevica Ristic in the Korean championship. Artim Sakiri and Dragan Nacevski scored one goal each in Azerbaijan, Ivan Trickovski scored for Crvena Zvezda and Ilco Naumoski for Mattersburg but from penalty. Petar Milosevski had a nightmare in Cyprus, while Aleksandar Alcinov saved a penalty in Latvia. Italy,