Pandovski switches from Vardar to Rabotnicki

Attacker Aleksandar Pandovski moved from Vardar to in-city rivals Rabotnicki on a 2 year deal.

Aleksandar Pandovski was not in the plans of Vardar manager Ilco Gjorgjioski so both sides agreed to mutually terminate his contract.  Rabotnicki reacted swiftly and signed Pandovski to a 2 year deal.

Pandovski did not receive much playing time for Vardar during the first half of the season as he only made 8 appearances, with all them being as a substitute.

During the winter transfer period, Rabotnicki managed to acquire  Filip Madjovski (Đồng Tâm Long An, Vietnam), Boško Stupić (free agent), Miloš Živković (Metalac Gornji Milanovac, Serbia), Choi Sung-Kuk (Suwon Samsung Bluewings, South Korea), Aleksandar Vasilev (Alta, Norway), Martin Gaziev (Pirin Goce Delchev, Bulgaria) and Aleksandar Pandovski (Vardar).  Meanwhile, Stole Dimitrievski (Udinese, Italy), Trajche Nikov (Pelister – on loan), Igor Stojanov (Bregalnica Shtip), Martin Siljanovski (Napredok), Dushan Savikj (Volyn, Ukraine), Filip Petkovski (Shurtan,Uzbekistan), Kiril Trajkovski (Lokomotiva – on loan), Bojan Ivanovski (Makedonija Gjorche Petrov – on loan) and Edin Skenderovikj (Tikvesh – on loan) left the club.

Vardar, on the other hand, acquired Filip Kolekjeski (Makedonija GjP), Zlatko Tanevski, (GKS Bełchatów, Poland), Jovan Kostovski (free agent), Zan Manovski (Srem, Serbia) and Ibe Zito Ogbonna (free agent), while the table leaders remained without the services of Ilber Ali (Teteks), Dimche Ristevski (Pelister), Marjan Mickov (Tikvesh), Vladimir Neloski, Borjan Ristovski (Tikvesh – on loan), Darko Gjurchinovski, Darko Shterjov (Miravci – on loan), Andrej Miloshovski (Osogovo – on loan) and Aleksandar Pandovski (Rabotnicki).

Click here to view the full winter transfers roundup. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *