Nikolche Noveski

Original name: Николче Новески Passport version: Nikolche Noveski Alternative version: Nikolce Noveski IPA: ˈnikɔltʃɛ ˈnɔvɛski Club shirt name: Noveski Position: central defender Born on 28.04.1979 in Bitola, Macedonia Club: retired Former clubs: FK Pelister Bitola , F.C. Hansa Rostock e.V. , FC Erzgebirge Aue e.V. , FSV Mainz 05 e.V. App/Gls: 64/5 First appearance: 17.11.2004,

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Sun/Mon internationals performances

Despite that defender Nikolce Noveski scored a goal for Mainz, the 1.Bundesliga pretenders lost the derby of the 2.Bundesliga with the current table leader Freiburg. The same story happened in the Czech Republic where Riste Naumov scored in his team’s defeat. The match of the weekend for the Macedonian internationals was played in South Korea

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Fri/Sat internationals performances

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.

Macedonian internationals performances

Vance Sikov scored a winning goal with whom he brought the three points to his Cypriot team, Ethnikos Achnas. Stevica Ristić also scored, Filip Ivanovski, Kemal Alomerovik and Zoran Baldovaliev assisted in their teams, Oka Nikolov got back on the field in Frankfurt, Mirsad Mijadinovski keeps winning, while Gjoko Hadzievski outplayed Artim Sakiri and Zekirija

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