Bajevski, Kocev move to new teams

Attacker Aleksandar Bajevski has left Indonesia to sign with Radnički Niš from Serbia, while Lokomotiv Plovdiv sent Dragi Kocev on a season long loan to fellow Bulgarian side Pirin GD.

The 32-year-old Aleksandar Bajevski last played for Pelita Jaya in Indonesia, but became a free agent this summer and has opted to continue his career with Radnički Niš, a newly promoted club who will play in the Serbian top division this season.  Besides Bajevski, the Radnički Niš manager Aleksandar Ilic also announced the signing of Croatian striker Milan Pavličić as well.  Radnički Niš opens the 2012/13 season later today when they take on Novi Pazar on the road.

Meanwhile, another Macedonian player has joined a newly promoted club in the Balkan region with Dragi Kocev being sent on a season long loan to Pirin.  Kocev did not see much playing time at Lokomotiv Plovdiv so the club decided to loan him to Pirin GD, a newly promoted club in the Bulgaria’s top division.  Kocev played one year for Pirin GD earlier in his career, where he experienced success, so he should receive more consistent regular playing time this season. 

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