Rabotnichki and Jovanovski part ways

Gjore Jovanovski is not head coach of Rabotnichki anymore as in a deal with the club’s board decided to terminate the contract on mutual agreement. photo by FK Rabotnichki: Jovanovski at Rabotnichki’s bench Jovanovski took over the Club Hero in April this year and successfully lead them into the Europa League qualifications where got eliminated

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Belasica hires Serbian manager

Marjan Živković will lead Belasica taking the place of Rade Cicmilovikj who had to resign due to not having the necessary UEFA licence for coaching in a top level league. photo by FK Belasica: Živković (R) with the club owner Slavko Vaskov The 45-year old Živković is former Serbian midfielder who had coaching experience from

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Pobeda, Renova make manager changes

Both relegation struggling teams have parted ways with their managers and have hired unexperienced former players Toni Meglenski and Agron Memedi for the season closing. left photo: Toni Meglenski; right photo: Agron Memedi Pobeda made the fourth managerial change this season. Serbian coach Slobodan Krčmarević lasted only three matches in which he recorded one win

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Gjore Jovanovski back in Debar Maalo

Rabotnichki hired Gjore Jovanovski, the manager that brought the club the first two domestic league titles. photo by FK Rabotnichki: Gjorgji Jovanovski on his first training today After yesterday’s resignition of Goran Stankovski, Rabotnichki quickly found a new manager. And it is a very familiar face. Gjorgji Jovanovski is back in the Debar Maalo neighborhood

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