Daniel Mojsov suspended three games for hitting an opposing player

Daniel Mojsov; photo:dnevnik.com.mk

Daniel Mojsov has been suspended for three games by the disciplinary committee of the Serbian Jelen SuperLiga.  Mojsov hit an opposing player during the Vojvodina vs. Spartak Zlatibor Voda game this past week and has been punished for his actions.

The three game suspension means that the season is over for Mojsov since there are only three games remaining until the end of the season in Serbia.  Mojsov had a good first season in Serbia and made 20 appearances for Vojvodina as his team had a solid year.  They were the only team to record two victories against Partizan in league play and also managed to reach the Serbian Cup final where they lost to Partizan.  Mojsov was well received by the Vojvodina fans and became one of their favorite players.

Vojvodina would like to keep Mojsov in the summer but they will listen to offers and they may sell him if they receive a satisfactory offer. Just this past January, Mojsov was linked to Italian club Genoa and there were some rumors of Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg also being interested in his services.  Mojsov made his debut for the Macedonian national team on November 19, 2008 against Montenegro and has made nine appearances up to this point.

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