Pobeda beat Struga on the road and booked a place in the eight-finals of the Macedonian Cup. photo by Petar Dimoski: Naumoski is putting the ball on the spot before taking the penalty kick The match between Struga and Pobeda was postponed and played today, one week later than the other games of the opening
Pobeda defeated Borec in the final play-off and won a place in the Macedonian top flight for next season. photo by Filip Zdraveski: Pobeda takes a corner kick in the second half Eight-placed in the first league Pobeda faced Borec, the winner of the first round play-off. They eliminated Gostivar on penalties on Monday in
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
The manager of Rabotnichki expresses huge disappointment by the Sunday defeat away to Pobeda when his team failed to score with a player more and than lost the game with two late goals. photo by FK Rabotnichki: Goran Stankovski (R) with his assistant Milan Ilievski Pobeda hosted Rabotnichki on a neutral field in Strumica. Since
Without problems leaders Shkendija recorded a comfortable win over relegation struggling Pobeda in the lone first league match scheduled for Saturday. photo by KF Shkendija: Darko Tofiloski and Filip Najdovski watch as Visar Musliu scores The title favorites announced new three points early in the 9th minute with Radeski’s goal. Some ten minutes before the
Pobeda continue their busy winter transfer window with two further signings. photo by FK Pobeda: the starting 11 on a recent friendly The first signing, Blagoja Spirkoski, is a native of Prilep and has previously played for fellow Prilep based club, 11 Oktomvri. The midfielder joins from 2.MFL West side Gorno Lisiche who are currently
Current league: 1.MFL 2016/17 Stadium: Goce Delchev Capacity: 15.000 Nickname: / Former names: Viktorija, Pobeda Junior Web site: / Facebook: official Club FK Pobeda Prilep ФК Победа Прилеп Address: Aleksandar Makedonski bb 7500 Prilep President: Goran Hadji-Risteski Manager: Darko Krsteski Founded: 2010 Titles 1.MFL: / 2.MFL: 2015/16 3.MFL: 2010/11 (South), 2014/15 (South) Cup: /
New formed club FK Viktorija from Prilep will beggin it’s history straight from the 3rd League South in the new season 2010/11, resembling to the club Pobeda that has an 8-years ban by FIFA.
Exactly a month is remaining before the restart of the football season. What can we expect to see in the ‘second halftime’.
18th football championship in Macedonia starts this weekend. Rabotnicki, Makedonija, Renova, Metalurg… teams in quest for glory and title. Football returns, eagerly expected. Let’s throw a glimpse of the teams competing this season.