Quickly after leaving CSKA Sofia, Hristijan Kirovski has found a new club where he will continue his career.
The 28-year-old attacker was officially unveiled as the newest member of Polish side GKS Bełchatów. Kirovski last played at Bulgaria’s CSKA Sofia, but he was released during the January transfer window. However, he has quickly found a new club and will now play in Poland, a country where he hasn’t played before.
Kirovski has signed a half-season long contract, but should both parties be satisfied, the contract can be extended for an additional 2 years. Apparently, his new club was interested in signing Kirovski before the start of this season, they reported on their website.
GKS Bełchatów is currently competing in the Polish I Liga, which is the second highest level of professional football there. They are in second place after 18 rounds which leads them to direct promotion if they keep that spot on the standings. The club will have their winter training camp in Turkey, while their next match in league play is scheduled for the 8th of March.
Kirovski is a very experienced player who has played for numerous teams. He has featured for Vardar, Makedonija Gjorche Petrov, Rabotnichki and Skopje in Macedonia, OFK Beograd in Serbia, Metalurg Zaporizhiya, Karpaty Lviv and Vorskla Poltava in Ukraine, Ethnikoc Achnas and Apollon Limassol in Cyprus, Luch-Energya Vladivostok in Russia, Vaslui in Romania, Ironi Nir Ramat HaSharon in Israel, Iraklis Thessaloniki in Greece and lastly with CSKA Sofia in Bulgaria before his move to GKS Bełchatów in Poland being his next challenge. The last Macedonian player to suit up for that club was defender Zlatko Tanevski.