Shortly after leaving Norwegian side Brann, Daniel Mojsov has found himself a new club and will continue his career in Belgium with Lierse.
Central defender Daniel Mojsov continues his career with Belgian side Lierse. Mojsov (27) last played for Brann in Norway, but he left the club after the season after they got relegated. He now joins Lierse, a club that currently competes in the Belgian Pro League and finds itself in last place after 21 rounds.
Lierse are led by Serbian manager Slaviša Stojanović who is assisted by a fellow countryman in Miloš Kostić. In the coaching staff, there is one more member from the Balkans in the name of Bratislav Živković who is Croatian.
For Mojsov, this is his third foreign club. After making a name for himself in Vojvodina, Serbia, he moved to Brann in Norway and will now be a part of Belgian side Lierse. Mojsov is not the first Macedonian to play for Lierse as Nderim Nedjipi and Boban Grncharov were part of this club in the past.
Mojsov also was involved in talks with Vardar, but financial differences were the major problem that talks broke through.