Macedonia were left powerless as Spain came out comfortable winners. photo by RFEF: Spain players celebrate one of the goals Macedonia played their 4th European qualifier of this cycle as they look to make it to the 2021 Under 21 Championship held in Hungry and Slovenia. Blagoja Milevski set his team out in his usual
15th October 2019, 14.30 CET MACEDONIA 1:1 KAZAKHSTAN HT 1:0 Goals: 20′ Milan Ristovski – 75′ Oralkhan Omirtayev Stadium: Petar Miloshevski in Skopje Attendance: 100 MKD KAZ 1. Risto Jankov (GK) 4. Alibek Kasym 3. Filip Antovski 82′ 5. Rauan Orynbasar 4. Todor Todoroski 57′ 6. Adam Adakhajiev 5. Agron Rufati 81′ 7. Gevorg Najaryan
10th October 2019, 17.00 CET MONTENEGRO 1:2 MACEDONIA HT 0:0 Goals: 10′ Meris Skenderović – 14′, 33′ (pen) Jani Atanasov Stadium: DG Arena in Podgorica Attendance: 1.000 MNE MKD 1. Filip Đukić (GK) 1. Risto Jankov (GK) 4. Balša Banović 2. Vane Jovanov 5. Stefan Milić 74′ 4. Todor Todoroski 6. Luka Malešević 32′ 5.
In the third match of the current U21 qualifiers Macedonia ended up with a disappointing draw against Kazakhstan. photo by FFM: captain Milan Ristovski celebrates the opener Coach Blagoja Milevski made one change compared to the last match as left-back Antovski replaced right-back Jovanov, thus Todoroski moved from the left side to his usual right-back
Macedonia continued their good start in the U21 EURO qualifiers and won their second game as well, this time defeating Montenegro away thanks to two goals by captain Jani Atanasov. photo by FFM: The Macedonian team singing the national anthem Coach Blagoja Milevski remained on the same 4-2-3-1 formation and made only one change from
Blagoja Milevski earlier today revealed the list of players summoned for the upcoming EURO qualifying matches against Montenegro and Kazakhstan. photo by FFM: the U21s celebrate a goal against the Faroe Island earlier in September Our coach summoned 23 players practically without making changes since last squad. Only attacker Gjorgjievski was added, while dropped three.
10th September 2019, 16.00 CET MACEDONIA 7:1 FAROE ISLANDS HT 3:1 Goals: 26′, 45’+3, 85′ Dimitar Mitrovski, 32′, 88′ Darko Churlinov, 59′ Erdon Daci, 62′ Esmin Lichina – 19′ (pen) Jákup Andreasen Stadium: Petar Miloshevski in Skopje Attendance: 200 MKD FRO 1. Risto Jankov (GK) 2. Ari Olsen 3. Filip Antovski 46′ 3. Ólavur Niclasen
An impressive start by Macedonia in the qualifiers for the next U21 European Championship. The young Lions demolished the Faroe Islands at the Petar Milosevski stadium with 7:1. photo by FFM: celebration after one of the goals In the opener of the new qualifiers coach Bobi Milevski started with his usual 4-2-3-1 system. Jankov was
Coach Milevski decided to bring in 25 players just for one match, but in order to see the potential of as much players as possible. photo by FFM: head coach Blagoja Milevski The U21 national team of Macedonia opens the 2021 EURO qualifiers with a home match against the Faroe Islands on September 10. The
Macedonia won their first game since coach Blagoja Milevski returned to the U21 national team. The win came in a friendly against Finland held at a neutral venue in Slovakia. This match served as a last preparation before the new qualifiers kick-off in September. photo: both teams gather up for the national anthems Blagoja Milevski