Zlatko Tanevski with Lech Poznan will be the only Macedonian that will continue with UEFA cup matches after the group stage. Cadikovski's, Popov's and Toleski's teams are eliminated.
Spanish media reports there's possibility the Macedonian national team will play a friendly match on 27th of December against Extremadura, a Spanish autonomous community.
Dragan Cadikovski did not played for Partizan in their 3-0 defeat to Sevilla. Goran Popov played 90 minutes for Heerenveen and Zlatko Tanevski played 90 minutes for Lech Poznan. Goce Toleski played the last 20 minutes for Slavia Praha.
Lazio played a cup match against Milan yesterday and Goran Pandev was the man who made the difference. He earned a penalty first and then scored the decisive goal in the extra time.
Scottish 'Daily Record' today reported that FIFA will take appropriate measures over the unadequate conditions on 'Gradski' in September when Macedonia hosted Scotland in the world cup 2010 qualifications tournament.
11 rounds have been completed, each team has played 10 rounds, due to the eleven-teams championship. It seems like we are heading into a very exciting battle for every place of the table.
Nedzat Husein is no longer head coach of FK Pelister. This is the latest information from the club from the city of Bitola – a replacement has not been announced yet.
Orhan Mustafi got Swiss passport and hopes he can get a call for the Swiss national team. He is the newest lost talent who could have played for the macedonian national team, but chose another country over Macedonia.
Goran Slavkovski's adventure in finding a new club continues. Latest informations are that he is back and training with Malmö FF, his second club in the career.
Round 6 from the Macedonian first league was completed today in which there were no big surprises. Renova used the home field advantage and went against the tradition by defeating Milano.