In the past 28 years since the country’s independence, the Macedonian national football team has been strengthened with a lot of footballers who, although were born or raised abroad, decided to represent Macedonia internationally, despite the fact that they could have played for their home country. MacedonianFootball editorial staff wanted to pay tribute to these
Aleksandar Trajkovski, Ilija Nestorovski, Mario Gjurovski and Tihomir Kostadinov scored a goal apiece for their respective teams, while Denis Mahmudov provided an assist. photo by U.S. Città di Palermo: Nestorovski (2nd from left) celebrates the goal Albania, Kategoria Superiore, Skënderbeu – Flamurtari 2:0 Artim Polozhani played the full game for Flamurtari as center-back. Albania, Kategoria
7th September 2010, 20.00 CET MACEDONIA 2:2 ARMENIA HT 1:1 Goals: 42′ Mario Gjurovski, 90’+6 (pen) Ilcho Naumoski – 41′ Yura Movsisyan, 90’+1 Edgar Manucharyan Stadium: National Arena Philip II of Macedon in Skopje Attendance: 9.000 MKD ARM 1. Edin Nuredinoski (GK) 1. Roman Berezovsky (GK) 2. Aleksandar Todorovski 2. Karlen Mkrtchyan 63′ 90’+2 3.
29th May 2010, 18.30 CET MACEDONIA 3:1 AZERBAIJAN HT 1:0 Goals: 8′ Ivan Trichkovski, 66′ (og) Rəşad Sadıqov, 88′ Mario Gjurovski – 90′ Elvin Məmmədov Stadium: Villach/Lind in Villach Attendance: 1.000 MKD AZE 1. Tome Pachovski (GK) 1. Kamran Ağayev (GK) 3. Goran Popov 4. Mahir Şükürov 5. Igor Mitreski (C) 54′ 5. Elnur Allahverdiyev
Original Serbian name: Марио Ђуровски / Mario Đurovski Transcripted Macedonian name: Марио Ѓуровски Passport version: Mario Gjurovski Alternative version: Mario Djurovski IPA: ˈmariɔ ˈɟurɔfskiClub shirt name: Mario Position: attacking midfielder Born on 11.12.1984 in Belgrade, Serbia Club: retired Former clubs: FK Crvena Zvezda Beograd , OFK Mladenovac , FK Sopot Beograd , FK Bežanija Beograd
The Asian Champions League came to the middle of the Group stage tournament as all four Macedonians that are participating have good chances to advance into the nest round. Perica Stanceski and Mario Gjurovski faced each other in a 4:4 thriller match in the Serbian league, while Zlatko Tanevski joined Filip Ivanovski, Vlade Lazarevski and
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