Bregalnica – Vardar moved to Sunday

Since Vardar played a Macedonian Cup game on Thursday, it was agreed that the Bragalnica vs. Vardar game would be moved to Sunday.

Vardar just played yesterday against Tikves in the Macedonian Cup so they asked Bregalnica to move the game to Sunday so the players have an extra day of rest. Bregalnica agreed to Vardar’s request and FFM subsequently moved the game to Sunday at 15:30 CET.  Furthermore, fans will be allowed to enter the stadium after FFM decided to accept Bregalnica’s appeal and only serve them a fine for an incident where an assistant referee was hit with an object.  Initially, FFM handed a two match ban without a crowd for Bregalnica.  This would have been the first game of that two game ban but FFM accepted Bregalnica’s appeal so fans will be allowed to enter the stadium.

Vlatko Grozdanoski is now eligible to return for Vardar since his two month suspension expired. Grozdanoski sat out for two months because he initially joined Rabotnicki earlier this summer but then decided to move to Vardar. According to rules, in that scenario where a player twice switches clubs in the same summer, the player must sit out two months before being eligible to play.

That was not the only game that was rescheduled as Rabotnicki will host Teteks at 18:30 CET on Saturday after FFM decided to move the start back for several hours. The game was initially set to start at 15:30 CET but it will now start three hours later. 

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