Jagodina terminates contract with Rangjelovikj

Predrag Rangjelovikj (in blue) playing for Jagodina; photo: partizan.rsPredrag Rangjelovikj is no longer a member of Jagodina after his contract was recently terminated by the Serbian club.

The 23-year-old midfielder was removed from the team’s roster on Jagodina’s official website yesterday, bringing an end to his brief stay with the club from Serbia’s top division.  Rangjelovikj had signed a 2 year deal with Jagodina this past August, but his stay lasted only 4 months before the premature departure.

Predrag received regular playing time early on for Jagodina, but then fell out of favor over the past month.  In several of the games before the winter break, he did not get any minutes as he was either on the bench or not even in the matchday squad.  So, with his reduced role under manager Mladen Dodić, both sides agreed to go their separate ways and end their contractual agreement early.  Rangjelovikj ended up making nine league appearances for Jagodina, seven of them as a starter.

In his career, Rangjelovikj has experienced the most success while playing for Vardar from 2011-13, his last club before he moved to Jagodina.  There is a possibility that he may opt to rejoin Vardar once again now that he is a free agent and looking for a new club during the winter transfer window.

Rangjelovikj, who was originally born in Serbia, decided to represent Macedonia internationally.  So far, he has won 3 caps for the senior national team while also playing for the U21 national team as well.

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