Macedonia has been drawn in group B for UEFA EURO 2012 qualifications for Poland and Ukraine. Who are Macedonia’s opponents?
Macedonia is drawn in the Group B in the qualifications for the EURO 2012, together with Russia, Slovakia, Republic of Ireland, Armenia and Andorra.
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
Zlatko Tanevski from Polish club KKS Lech Poznań is the only Macedonian player after 11 years who "survived" in the European competitions and will represent Macedonia in the UEFA Cup.
Adelaide United’s 29-years-old defender, Sasa Ognenovski, will play for Macedonia. FFM contacted him and he officially accepted the offer to wear the red top. He will make his debut on the friendly match against Moldova next month.
The national team coach of Montenegro, Zoran Filipović, today announced the 19-players squad for the upcoming friendly game against Macedonia in Podgorica. Both biggest Montenegrin stars are on the list, Mirko Vučinić from Roma and Stevan Jovetić from Fiorentina. The only debutant is the 29-years-old defender Miodrag Dudović.
Only Ivan Trickovski, Stevica Ristic and Muharem Bajrami scored this weekend. Vanco Trajanov was red carded in Bulgaria, Nuri Mustafi and Nuredin Bakiu got relegated with their teams in Sweden, Kemal Alomerovik assisted, while Velice Sumulikoski and Vlade Lazarevski are taking back their places into the first eleven.
Fifth goal for Goran Pandev in the Serie A this season. This time he scored against Chievo away. Nikolce Noveski got a red card in the 2. Bundesliga, Goce Sedloski got a lessons against a third league amateurs, while Vlade Lazarevski played a whole match after a while.
Two goals for Goran Pandev in the Coppa Italia, one for Goce Sedloski in Austria, one for Filip Ivanovski in Poland, victories for Goran Stanik, Goran Maznov and Nderim Nedzipi. All in all, good Saturday for the Macedonian internationals across Europe.