Filip Timov, formerly a member of Armenian side Impuls, has decided to continue his career in Cyprus with Aris Limassol.
Impuls experienced financial problems last season, leading many players to leave the club in the offseason. One of the players who will definitely have a new team is Macedonian Filip Timov who agreed to a contract with Aris Limassol, a club that was promoted after winning the Cypriot second division title for the 2012-13 season. Aris begins preparations for the new season this upcoming Monday, and that’s when Timov will have his first training for his new team.
Last year, Timov, who can play on both wings or in attacking midfield, scored 8 goals in 38 appearances for Impuls. He scored 6 of his goals in the opening two months of the season before slowing down a little bit and scoring just two more goals the rest of the way. Filip also trained with German giants Schalke 04 from 25 February until 3 March of this year during the winter break in Armenia.
Timov, born in May of 1992, is currently a member of the Macedonian U21 national team where he usually plays on the right wing for manager Boban Babunski. Besides Impuls, Timov’s other international adventure took place in Slovenia with Koper before his latest adventure to join Aris Limassol in Cyprus.