11th June 2004, 19.00 CET ESTONIA 2:4 MACEDONIA HT 0:3 Goals: 54′ Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko, 70′ Ingemar Teever – 10′ Goce Sedloski, 13′ Goran Popov, 31′ Goran Pandev, 71′ Vlatko Grozdanoski Stadium: A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn Attendance: 2.200 EST MKD Martin Kaalma (GK) Petar Miloshevski (GK) 46′ Erko Saviauk 46′ Goran Popov 74′ Teet
Goran Pandev with a goal and an assist as Inter advanced to the quarterfinals of the Champions League, Goran Popov and Dynamo Kyiv eliminated Manchester City from the Europa League, while Daniel Mojsov scored the game winning goal for Vojvodina in a Serbian Cup game.
Macedonian international Goran Popov moves to Ukraine where he signed five years long contract with Dynamo Kyiv. After his successful performances for Dutch club Heerenveen and for the Macedonian national team, the left full back was a target for many bigger clubs from England and Germany, but the biggest interest was shown by Ukrainian club
Original name: Горан Попов Passport version: Goran Popov IPA: ˈɡɔran ˈpɔpɔf Club shirt name: Popov Position: left back / left midfielder Born on 02.10.1984 in Strumica, Macedonia Club: retired Former clubs: FK Belasica Strumica , PAE Proodeftiki , PAE AEK Athina , FK Crvena Zvezda Beograd , MKS Odra Wodzisław Śląski , PAE Aigaleo ,
Goran Popov and his SC Heerenveen won the KNVB Beker after they defeated FC Twente with 5:4 on penalties. The 90 minutes ended 1:1, with Popov opening the score in the 27th minute. Another two goals were scored in the extra time for a final result of 2:2. Popov’s team mates were luckier in the
Kemal Alomerovik scored one of the two goals in his team’s victory in Hungary, Filip Ivanovski brought the win to his team in Poland, Boban Grncarov also scored but failed to win in Israel, while Velice Sumulikoski played his first game for Ipswich after a long absence. Germany, 1. Bundesliga, Eintracht Frankfurt – Energie Cottbus
Nikolce Noveski with his Mainz is heading good for the promotion to the 1.Bundesliga, Petar Milosevski didn't had much work as his team won 4:0, Vance Sikov and Sasa Ognenovski lost, while all the others who played this weekend draw with their teams.
First goal for Goran Popov at Heerenveen as they got back on the wins. Dimitrija Lazarevski had his debut for Dender, Goran Pandev and Lazio are still searching for a win, Nikolce Noveski with only a point from a home game, Aleksandar Vasoski finaly came back on the green field, while Sasa Ognenovski lost in
Five Macedonian internationals played on the last weekend of the year 2008. Velice Sumulikoski, Goran Popov and Sasa Ognenovski have won with their teams, all three away, while Vance Sikov and Petar Milosevski both lost with their Cypriot teams.
19th November 2008, 17.30 CET MONTENEGRO 2:1 MACEDONIA HT 2:0 Goals: 24′ Miodrag Džudović, 33′ (pen) Stevan Jovetić – 85′ Goran Popov Stadium: Pod Goricom in Podgorica Attendance: 5.000 MNE MKD 1. Vukašin Poleksić (GK) 46′ 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) (C) 74′ 2. Miodrag Džudović 43′ 2. Nikolche Noveski 46′ 4. Savo Pavićević 3. Goran