Squad for Norway friendly revealed

The Macedonian players after the most recent game against Liechtenstein; photo: FFMNational team coach Igor Angelovski summoned 21 players for the lone November match against Norway.

Macedonia will host the Scandinavian team on the 11th this month in a game that will be played at the National Arena Philip II of Macedon in Skopje. It will be a come back for the national team to the Arena after two qualifying games in a row being played in Strumica.

It is the same squad from the October qualifiers against Italy and Liechtenstein just without striker Adis Jahovikj who decided to retire from the national team unsatisfied of the lack of playing time. Anyway, he was not in the original October squad but was added later. A minor change is that a third keeper isn’t summoned since only one game will be played this time.

It will be a fourth game between the two sides with the last being a friendly in Oslo in 2013 in which Norway celebrated a 2:0 win. The other two games were part of the 2010 World Cup qualifiers, one draw and another Norway win.

Stole Dimitrevski – Gimnástic Spain
David Mitov Nilsson – Norrköping Sweden

Stefan Ristovski – Sporting Portugal
Kire Ristevski – Vasas Hungary
Kristijan Toshevski – Pelister Macedonia
Darko Velkovski – Vardar Macedonia
Gjoko Zajkov – Charleroi Belgium
Visar Musliu – Vardar Macedonia

Stefan Spirovski – Ferencváros Hungary
Ferhan Hasani – Shkendija Macedonia
Ezgjan Alioski
– Leeds United England
Enis Bardi – Levante Spain
Boban Nikolov
 – Vardar Macedonia
Ljupcho Doriev – Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Nikola Gjorgjev – Twente Netherlands
Arijan Ademi – Dinamo Croatia
Marjan Radeski – Shkendija Macedonia

Goran Pandev – Genoa Italy
lija Nestorovski – Palermo Italy
Ivan Trichkovski – AEK Cyprus
Aleksandar Trajkovski – Palermo Italy

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