Armenia arrive in Skopje with 28 players

Spanish coach Joaquín Caparrós, who leads Armenia, arrived in the Macedonian capital with 28 players for Thursday’s WC qualifier.

photo by FFA: the Armenians before June’s friendly vs. Sweden

The Armenians first arrived with 18 players on Monday with the rest joining the following days, except for experienced central defender Varazdat Haroyan will join the team on matchday. But we won’t play anyway as he has to serve a yellow card suspension along with wight winger and former Vardar player Tigran Barseghyan and right midfielder Khoren Bayramyan.

Armenia will also be without winger Gevorg Ghazaryan who is out with an injury.

David Yurchenko – Alashkert Armenia
Anatoli Ayvazov – Urartu Armenia
Arsen Beglaryan – Urartu  Armenia
Stanislav Buchnev – Pyunik Armenia

Kamo Hovhannisyan – Kairat Kazakhstan
Arman Hovhannisyan – Pyunik Armenia
Taron Voskanyan – Alashkert Armenia
Hrayr Mkoyan – Ararat Armenia
Davit Terteryan – Ararat-Armenia Armenia
André Calisir – Silkeborg Denmark
Hovhannes Hambardzumyan – Anorthosis Cyprus
*Varazdat Haroyan – Cádiz Spain

*Tigran Barseghyan – Astana Kazakhstan
*Khoren Bayramyan – Rostov Russia
Solomon Udo – Atyrau Kazakhstan
Eduard Spertsyan – Krasnodar Russia
David Davidyan – Khimki Russia
Artak Grigoryan – Alashkert Armenia
Wbeymar Angulo – Ararat-Armenia Armenia
Zhirayr Shaghoyan – Ararat-Armenia Armenia
Erik Vardanyan – Pyunik Armenia
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Roma Italy
Vahan Bichakhchyan – Žilina Slovakia
Arshak Koryan – Orenburg Russia
Artyom Avanesyan – Ararat-Armenia Armenia

Aleksandr Karapetyan – Noah Armenia
Sargis Adamyan – 1899 Hoffenheim Germany
Ishkhan Geloyan – Baltika Russia


After Macedonia the Armenians will visit Germany on the 5th and three days later will host Liechtenstein.

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