Poland, Austria, Israel, Slovenia and Latvia are the opponents that Macedonia will face in the qualifications for the 2020 EURO. photo by UEFA: the stage before the draw On the draw ceremony in Irish capital city of Dublin Macedonia was drawn in Group G in the second part of groups that feature six teams. That
Risto Mitrevski moved to Hapoel Haifa after he terminated his contract with Croatian side Istra 1961 because of unpaid wages. A couple of weeks ago Risto Mitrevski and Tome Kitanovski left Istra 1961 due to the bad financial situation of the Croatian club. The former already found a new club as he signed a deal
6th October 2016, 20.45 CET MACEDONIA 1:2 ISRAEL HT 0:2 Goals: 63′ Ilija Nestorovski – 25′ Tomer Hemed, 43′ Tal Ben-Haim Stadium: National Arena Philip II of Macedon in Skopje Attendance: 6.500 MKD ISR 1. Martin Bogatinov (GK) 2. Eli Dasa 3. Leonard Zhuta 3. Ofir Davidzada 4. Kire Ristevski 4. Nir Bitton 54′ 5.
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
Qualifications Tournament Group E MP W D L GD P Croatia 12 9 2 1 28:8 29 qualified Russia 12 7 3 2 18:7 24 qualified England 12 7 2 3 24:7 23 Israel 12 7 2 3 20:12 23 Macedonia 12 4 2 6 12:12 14 Estonia 12
After the 1:2 defeat in Skopje, Renova failed again to convert the possession and pressure on the opponents goal and ended the Euro journey with another defeat. Israeli club Bnei Sakhnin won with 1:0.