The Finish national team will face Macedonia in the friendly match with a squad of 24 players. photo by MTV: the Finish players celebrate a goal in the 2018 WC qualifiers Coach Markku Kanerva summoned mostly the regular players without any debutantes. Few will miss this gathering among which experienced defenders Markus Halsti and Jukka
National team coach Igor Angelovski revealed the list of summoned players for the upcoming two friendly matches against Azerbaijan and Finland on neutral ground in Turkey. photo by Filip Zdraveski: Angelovski (R) with spokesman Faton Zylbehari during the press Angelovski summoned 19 players without any surprises in the squad. Of those planed, recently injured keeper
Davor Taleski did not sign for Lahti, as already known, but opted for Honka after impressing them on a friendly. photo by FC Honka: Taleski poses on a training While being on trial at Finish side Lahti, keeper Davor Taleski featured on a friendly against rivals Honka. Since he failed to agree on terms with
Young goalkeeper Damjan Shishkovski eventually made a transfer abroad signing for Finish top league side Lahti. photo by FC Lahti: Shishkovski signs the contract After several years spent on Rabotnichki’s goal and one failed loaned adventure in Belgium, the 22-year-old finally realized his dream to play abroad. He signed a 1 year long contract with
The Football federation of Macedonia arranged two friendly matches for the senior national team. Both will be played in the March FIFA international week that all countries around the globe will use for test games. Macedonia will play against Finland on the 23rd and against Azerbaijan on the 27th. Both games will be played on
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.
Goran Pandev again! He scored his fourth goal of this season in the Serie A for Lazio in only 5 games. Aco Stojkov scored as well as Dragan Nacevski did for Gjoko Hadzievski's team as they brushed aside the opponent scoring seven goals!
Better performances of the Macedonian internationals that played with their teams on Sunday. Mirsad Mijadinovski, Zlatko Tanevski and Stevica Ristic scored goals for their teams, while Goran Pandev assisted for the only goal for Lazio in the 4:1 defeat at San Siro against Milan.
Few Macedonians played in the European Cups this days with Orhan Mustafi beeing the only one in the Champions League. The others in the UEFA Cup and in the leagues across Europe like Nikolce Noveski and Aleksandar Mitreski who faced eachother in the 2. Bundesliga.
UEFA Qualifications Tournament Group 1 MP W D L GD P Netherlands 12 10 2 0 27:3 32 qualified Czechia 12 9 0 3 35:12 27 play-off (won) Romania 12 8 1 3 20:10 25 Finland 12 5 1 6 21:19 16 Macedonia 12 2 3 7 11:24 9