Milevski announced squad for Nations League closing matches

Macedonian national team coach Blagoja Milevski on Tuesday held a press-conference where he revealed his list of summoned players for the upcoming last two matches of the 2022/23 season in the UEFA Nations League.

photo by FFM: Milevski at Tuesday’s press

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Milevski summoned 27 players, but the very next day Churlinov withdrew because of injury. So far no replacement has been called up.

There is one debutante in defensive midfielder Agon Elezi who plays in Croatia. He is 21-year-old and so far features in the Macedonian youth national teams.

After 5 years of absence due to injuries back in the team the #1 keeper of the team that participated at the U21 EURO 2017 in Poland, Igor Aleksovski. Despite being glad that he is finally back in the NT, we have to put the question where is David Mitov Nilsson who is regular in the Swedish league.

Several players are missing from the list, but here we have to agree with Milevski. Boban Nikolov, Kire Ristevski and David Babunski are without clubs this summer, while Erdal Rakip is injured, again. Ilija Nestorovski plays for Udinese, but only enters from the bench, so Milevski decided not to summon him. Tomche Grozdanovski is also playing very little, while keeper Dejan Iliev is injured.

Stole Dimitrievski – Rayo Vallecano Spain
Damjan Shishkovski – Doxa Cyprus
Kristijan Naumovski – Shkupi Macedonia
Igor Aleksovski – Rabotnichki Macedonia

Stefan Ristovski – Dinamo Croatia
Darko Velkovski
– Al-Ettifaq Saudi Arabia
Visar Musliu
– Ingolstadt o4 Germany
Ezgjan Alioski – Fenerbahçe Turkey
Todor Todoroski – Sumqayıt Azerbaijan
Stefan Ashkovski – Lamia Greece
Nikola Serafimov – MOL Vidi Hungary
Gjoko Zajkov – Vorskla Ukraine
Bojan Dimoski – Akademija Pandev Macedonia

Elif Elmas – Napoli Italy
Enis Bardhi
– Trabzonspor Turkey
Arijan Ademi – Dinamo Croatia
Enis Fazlagikj – Dunajská Streda Slovakia
Agon Elezi – Varaždin Croatia
Jani Atanasov – Hajduk Croatia
Stefan Spirovski – Pyunik Armenia

Milan Ristovski – Spartak Slovakia
Bojan Miovski – Aberdeen Scotland
Darko Churlinov – Burnley England
Aleksandar Trajkovski – Al-Fayha Saudi Arabia
Valon Ethemi – Istanbulspor Turkey
Dorian Babunski
– Debreceni Hungary
Ljupche Doriev – Shkendija Macedonia

Macedonia first heads for Georgia in what will probably be the decisive match for the top, scheduled for the 23rd, while three days later closes the Nations League as home against Bulgaria.

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