The 20-year-old Filip Duranski made the bench for Czech side Slavia Praha for the first time this season but he was an unused substitute in the game against Slovácko.
Midfielder Filip Duranski has been playing for the youth team of Slavia Praha but after good performances this season, he was rewarded and summoned to the first team of Slavia Praha for today’s game against Slovácko. Duranski was on the bench for Slavia Praha but ended up being an unused substitute as his team went on to clinch a 3:1 road victory over Slovácko.
Duranski spent last year playing for the youth teams of both Slavia Praha and Mladá Boleslav. He spent the second half of last season on loan at Mladá Boleslav but only ended up playing for the B team. After the season, he returned to Slavia Praha and following good performances this year for the youth team, he was included in the first team for today’s game.
Duranski was born in Skopje but has been part of the Slavia Praha youth system for several years. Filip also used to be a regular on the Macedonian U21 national team but has not been included on the team over the past couple of months. With Duranski coming back to form, the U21 manager Boban Babunski might call him up for the two qualifiers in November against Faroe Islands and Denmark.