Goce Sedloski takes on his first international coaching adventure as he has been revealed as the new manager of Latvian side Riga. After resigning from Vardar in late August 2017, Sedloski was without a club. Today the Latvian side announced the arrival of the former Macedonian national team defender as he managed of the club,
11th June 2004, ??.?? CET ESTONIA 2:4 MACEDONIA HT 0:3 Goals: 54′ Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko, 70′ Ingemar Teever – 10′ Goce Sedloski, 13′ Goran Popov, 31′ Goran Pandev, 71′ Vlatko Grozdanoski Stadium: A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn Attendance: 2.200 EST MKD Martin Kaalma (GK) Petar Miloshevski (GK) 46′ Erko Saviauk 46′ Goran Popov 74′ Teet
9th February 2003, 18.00 CET CROATIA 2:2 MACEDONIA HT 1:1 Goals: 35′ (pen) Marijo Marić, 72′ Srđan Andrić – 10′ (pen) Goce Sedloski, 60′ Goce Toleski Stadium: Šubićevac in Šibenik Attendance: 1.522 CRO MKD Stipe Pletikosa (GK) (C) 46′ Jane Nikoloski (GK) Ivan Režić 46′ Sasho Zdravevski 46′ Jasmin Agić Goran Hristovski 29′ 46′ Srđan
Original name: Гоце Седлоски Passport version: Goce Sedloski IPA: ˈgɔtsɛ ˈsɛdlɔski Nickname: Sedlo Club shirt name: Sedloski Position: central defender Born on 10.04.1974 in Golemo Konjari, Macedonia Club: retired Former clubs: FK Bratstvo Golemo Konjari , FK Pitu Guli Krushevo , FK Pobeda Prilep , HNK Hajduk Split , Sheffield Wednesday FC , NK Dinamo
14th November 2009, 13.00 CET MACEDONIA 3:0 CANADA HT 0:0 Goals: 47′ Goce Sedloski, 59′ (pen), 90’+1 (pen) Goran Pandev Stadium: Mladost in Strumica Attendance: 3.500 MKD CAN 1. Tome Pachovski (GK) 85′ 3. Michael Klukowski 2. Nikolche Noveski 66′ 5. Kevin McKenna ?’ 3. Goran Popov 6. Julian de Guzman 85′ 5. Igor Mitreski
Kemal Alomerovik scored one of the two goals in his team’s victory in Hungary, Filip Ivanovski brought the win to his team in Poland, Boban Grncarov also scored but failed to win in Israel, while Velice Sumulikoski played his first game for Ipswich after a long absence. Germany, 1. Bundesliga, Eintracht Frankfurt – Energie Cottbus
Adelaide United’s 29-years-old defender, Sasa Ognenovski, will play for Macedonia. FFM contacted him and he officially accepted the offer to wear the red top. He will make his debut on the friendly match against Moldova next month.
16th August 2006, 18.00 CET ESTONIA 0:1 MACEDONIA HT 0:0 Goals: 73′ Goce Sedloski Stadium: A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn Attendance: 7.500 EST MKD 1. Mart Poom (GK) (C) 1. Jane Nikoloski (GK) 2. Enar Jääger 2. Nikolche Noveski 3. Andrei Stepanov 3. Robert Petrov 87′ 4. Raio Piiroja 4. Goce Sedloski (C) 56′
27th March 2007, 20.15 CET CROATIA 2:1 MACEDONIA HT 0:1 Goals: 58′ Darijo Srna, 88′ Eduardo Alves da Silva – 36′ Goce Sedloski Stadium: Maksimir in Zagreb Attendance: 20.000 CRO MKD 1. Stipe Pletikosa (GK) 1. Jane Nikoloski (GK) 2. Dario Šimić 2. Nikolche Noveski 3. Josip Šimunić 3. Robert Popov 5. Vedran Ćorluka 4.
Only Ivan Trickovski, Stevica Ristic and Muharem Bajrami scored this weekend. Vanco Trajanov was red carded in Bulgaria, Nuri Mustafi and Nuredin Bakiu got relegated with their teams in Sweden, Kemal Alomerovik assisted, while Velice Sumulikoski and Vlade Lazarevski are taking back their places into the first eleven.