Mijadinoski terminates contract with Debrecen

Another Macedonian player had his contract mutually terminated after Debrecen parted ways with defender Mirsad Mijadinoski.

After Goran Gancev and Kemal Alomerović, Mirsad Mijadinoski became another player that recently had his contract terminated.  Several days ago, on 1 December, Debrecen and Mijadinoski mutually agreed to terminate his contract.  Mijadinoski recently lost his place in the starting lineup for Debrecen who wanted to give more playing time to their younger players.  Therefore, both parties decided to part ways so Mijadinoski can latch on with another team where he would get consistent playing time.

The 30-year-old Mijadinoski joined Debrecen in the summer of 2009 and ended up making 38 league appearances for the Hungarian club.  Mirsad was originally born in Struga but spent most of his childhood in Switzerland.  Mirsad has spent most of his career with various Swiss clubs but has also played in Hungary with both Debrecen and Újpest.  Mijadinoski has not been capped on an international level by neither the Macedonian nor the Swiss national teams.

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