Qualifications Tournament Group C MP W D L GD P Spain 10 9 0 1 23:3 27 qualified Slovakia 10 7 1 2 17:8 22 qualified Ukraine 10 6 1 3 14:4 19 play-off (won) Belarus 10 3 2 5 8:14 11 Luxembourg 10 1 1 8 6:27 4 Macedonia 10 1 1 8 6:18
Macedonia has been drawn in group B for UEFA EURO 2012 qualifications for Poland and Ukraine. Who are Macedonia’s opponents?
Macedonia is drawn in the Group B in the qualifications for the EURO 2012, together with Russia, Slovakia, Republic of Ireland, Armenia and Andorra.
The Macedonian national team player, Vlade Lazarevski, moved to Ukrainian club FK Karpaty Lviv where he will stay until 2011.
Five internationals scored this Friday and Saturday. Starting with Goran Pandev who scored the first goal in Lazio’s win over Roma in the derby della capitale. Ilco Naumoski scored for Mattersburg in a very important win, but got an injury. Filip Ivanovski scored again in Poland for Polonia, Zoran Zlatkovski scored for Vihren in Bulgaria,
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.
Goran Maznov scored his first goal in the new season in Russia with whom Tom’ took the 3 points from the hard away match against CSKA Moskva. Zoran Baldovaliev scored two of the four goals for Lokomotiv Sofia, Artim Polozani scored for Croatia Sesvete and also did Dragan Cadikovski for Incheon. Dejan Miloseski had his
Double joy for Hristijan Kirovski! With his two goals in just four minutes he had a dream debut for Vaslui bringing his team the victory. Darko Tasevski was in a same role, but with one goal. He brought Levski Sofia the three points from an away game. Zoran Baldovaliev scored as well. A record week
Only Ilco Naumoski and Dragan Nacevski managed to score a goal this weekend. Many of the Macedonian internationals did not played because the winter brake has already started in their championships or even some have finished. This weekend was marked by the confrontation between Vance Sikov and Petar Milosevski in the Cypriot championship.
Only Ivan Trickovski, Stevica Ristic and Muharem Bajrami scored this weekend. Vanco Trajanov was red carded in Bulgaria, Nuri Mustafi and Nuredin Bakiu got relegated with their teams in Sweden, Kemal Alomerovik assisted, while Velice Sumulikoski and Vlade Lazarevski are taking back their places into the first eleven.