Bregalnica, holders Akademija Pandev, Shkendija and Struga are the four teams that managed to reach the semifinals. photo by FK Rabotnichki Skopje: moment of Rabotnichki – Shkendija Second league East side Bregalnica will play in the semis after they defeated once again Labunishta, this time on the road. Today they sealed their semifinal spot after
Second league side Bregalnica managed to eliminate last season finalists Makedonija GjP. Holders Akademija Pandev easily advanced, Shkendija knocked out league leaders Vardar. photo by FK Bregalnica Shtip: the Blues celebrate in Skopje Bregalnica is the biggest surprise in this phase of the Macedonian Cup. After the lone goal win in Shtip in the first
Bregalnica recorded an all-time record winning with 22 goals, Ohrid kicked-out Belasica, Osogovo eliminated Pobeda, Renova needed 7 series of penalties to celebrate over Kozhuf, while all other favorites won easily. photo by Robert Stamadjiev/PhotoKav: moment of Tikvesh – Ljuboten No team from a lower league managed to eliminate a team from a better league.
Several Macedonian clubs from the top two leagues already started preparing for the second half-season. Most of them had their first training session in snowy conditions. photos by each team, except for Pobeda (by Stojan Dimoski) & Bregalnica (by Shtipski Asovi)
Most famous is Ümit Karan who takes charge at Shkupi, Momchilo Mitrevski is back at Sileks, Zoran Shterjovski will lead Bregalnica, while Darko Krsteski will have the hardest task at Pelister. photo by FC Shkupi: Ümit Karan at his first training session Four Macedonian teams this week announced their new head coaches. The biggest name
Zhikica Tasevski and Emil Grnev have resigned from the head coaching positions at Sileks and Bregalnica due to the bad results. photo: Tasevski (L) and Grnev (R) Sileks is currently second to last on the first league table with only one win, three draws and four defeats. They only managed to celebrate over Renova in
The Shtip based club this winter signed 7 new players so far, while 6 have left the team with three of them to the biggest rival Belasica. Bregalnica is having a very active winter transfer window. Six departures have been replaced by seven arrivals meaning that the squad has been drastically changed. Definitely the Blues
The veterans and former star players of Bregalnica and Crvena zvezda will play a friendly game in Shtip in honor of legendary player Dragoslav Šekularac. 79-year-old Šeki was born in Shtip back in 1937 to a Montenegrin father a Macedonian mother. He didn’t spent much time in Macedonia because as an infant his family moved
Dragan Hristovski returned to Bregalnica Stip as the coach Nikola Kuzmanov has been sacked.
Dragan Hristovski resigned from his coaching position at Bregalnica Stip.