Original name: Петар Милошевски Passport version: Petar Miloshevski Alternative version: Petar Milosevski IPA: ˈpɛtar ˈmilɔʃɛfski Nickname: Peco Position: goalkeeper Born: 06.12.1973 in Bitola, Macedonia Died: 13.03.2014 in Kumanovo, Macedonia Club: retired Former clubs: FK Pelister Bitola , FK Vardar Skopje , Trabzonspor Kulübü , Malatya Spor Kulübü , Akçaabat Sebatspor , Enosi Neon Paralimniou App/Gls:
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
Nikolce Noveski with his Mainz is heading good for the promotion to the 1.Bundesliga, Petar Milosevski didn't had much work as his team won 4:0, Vance Sikov and Sasa Ognenovski lost, while all the others who played this weekend draw with their teams.
First goal for Goran Popov at Heerenveen as they got back on the wins. Dimitrija Lazarevski had his debut for Dender, Goran Pandev and Lazio are still searching for a win, Nikolce Noveski with only a point from a home game, Aleksandar Vasoski finaly came back on the green field, while Sasa Ognenovski lost in
Goran Pandev had his first hat-trick as Lazio beat Reggina away with his goals. Jovan Kostovski scored for the first time for his team OFI from Crete, but still his goal wasn't enough to prevent the defeat. In Australia, Sasa Ognenovski faced 16-years-old wunderkind Ben Kantarovski and won with 2:0. Sikov and Milosevski also played
First weekend in the New Year and five Macedonian internationals were active. Velice Sumulikoski advanced into the next round of the FA Cup with Ipswich, Sasa Ognenovski maintained with the winning in the far Australia, Jovan Kostovski again came in as a sub for OFI, while Sikov and Milosevski are still searching for a win
Five Macedonian internationals played on the last weekend of the year 2008. Velice Sumulikoski, Goran Popov and Sasa Ognenovski have won with their teams, all three away, while Vance Sikov and Petar Milosevski both lost with their Cypriot teams.