Milevski announces preliminary squad for U21 EURO

Milevski (R) announces the squad; photo: Filip ZdraveskiU21 national team coach Blagoja Milevski compiled a list of 17 players for the 2017 U21 EURO this June in Poland.

Milevski summoned all the players that played a key role in the qualifications. He loves to keep the same group together without interfering in the harmony that sticks this group together, the same one that was creator of this huge success.

“It is my obligation to show respect to those who paved the way to the EURO, making the biggest success in the history of our football. That’s why on this list are the players thanks to whom we will be in Poland. No matter their current form of status in their clubs, I could not leave anyone behind.” – said Milevski

However, he summoned only 17 players so far, leaving 6 spots available. Those will be taken by some of the younger generation of players that will be on a training camp from June 1st to the 4th. There are 26 players on that list and 6 of them will be added to the EURO squad.

This is the list of the 17 players that will travel to Poland:

Igor Aleksovski – Vardar Macedonia
Damjan Shishkovski – Rabotnichki Macedonia

Gjoko Zajkov – Charleroa Belgium
Darko Velkovski – Vardar Macedonia
Visar Musliu – Renova Macedonia
Mevlan Murati – Shkendija Macedonia
Egzon Bejtulai – Shkendija Macedonia
Besir Demiri – Vardar Macedonia

Boban Nikolov – Vardar Macedonia
Enis Bardi – Újpest Hungary
David Babunski – Yokohama F·Marinos Japan
Daniel Avramovski – Olimpija Slovenia

Marjan Radeski – Shkendija Macedonia
Viktor Angelov – Újpest Hungary
Nikola Gjorgjev – Grasshoppers Switzerland
Filip Pivkovski – Landskrona Sweden
Kire Markoski – Rabotnichki Macedonia

Macedonia is in the Group B together with Spain, Serbia and Portugal. We play the first game against Spain on the 17th in Gdinya.

The next gen U21 squad from which 6 players will be added to the EURO squad is the following:

Filip Ilikj – Gandzasar Armenia
Bobi Celeski – Makedonija GjP Macedonia

David Atanaskovski – Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Nehar Sadiki
– Rabotnichki Macedonia
Kostantin Cheshmedjiev – Makedonija GjP Macedonia
Aleksa Amanovikj – Javor Serbia
Jovan Popzlatanov – Pelister Macedonia
Stefan Kostov – Bregalnica Macedonia
Besart Krivanjeva – Shkupi Macedonia
Filip Stojanovski – Apollonia Albania

Elif Elmas – Rabotnichki Macedonia
Ennur Totre – Shkendija Macedonia
Davor Zdravkovski – Makedonija GjP Macedonia
Stefan Jevtoski – Liokomotiv Plovdiv Bulgaria
Martin Mircheski – Pelister Macedonia
Din Alomerovikj – Makedonija GjP Macedonia
Calvin N’Sombo – PK-35 Finland
Kristijan Filipovski – Sileks Macedonia

Emil Abaz – Spartak Serbia
Tihomir Kostadinov
– Zlaté Moravce Slovakia
Petar Petkovski – Vardar Macedonia
Remzifaik Selmani – Renova Macedonia
Benjamin Demir – Rabotnichki Macedonia
Boban Georgiev – Bregalnica Macedonia
Daniel Krezikj – Oddevold Sweden
Matej Cvetanoski – Makedonija GjP Macedonia

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