Original Serbian name: Стевица Ристић / Stevica Ristić Transcripted Macedonian name: Стевица Ристиќ Passport version: Stevica Ristikj Alternative version: Stevica Ristic or Stevica Ristik IPA: ˈstɛvitsa ˈristitʃ Nickname: Stevo Club shirt name: Stevo Position: striker Born on 23.05.1982 in Vršac, Serbia Club: FK Temić 1924 Varvarin, Serbia Former clubs: FK Vršac , FK Mladost Lukičevo
Stevica Ristić and his Pohang Steelers eliminated Kantarovski’s Newcastle Jest and advanced into the quarter finals of the Asian Champions League.
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
Stevica Ristić won the Korean Cup with his team Pohang Steelers! They’ve beat Gyeongnam with 2:0 in the final. That’s first trophy for the Macedonian national team striker with the Steelers. Goran Pandev played a good match for Lazio and helped his team to beat Palermo. Sikov won in Cyprus, while Goran Popov’s team was
Two goals in just 60 seconds for Stevica Ristic in the Korean championship. Artim Sakiri and Dragan Nacevski scored one goal each in Azerbaijan, Ivan Trickovski scored for Crvena Zvezda and Ilco Naumoski for Mattersburg but from penalty. Petar Milosevski had a nightmare in Cyprus, while Aleksandar Alcinov saved a penalty in Latvia. Italy,
Better performances of the Macedonian internationals that played with their teams on Sunday. Mirsad Mijadinovski, Zlatko Tanevski and Stevica Ristic scored goals for their teams, while Goran Pandev assisted for the only goal for Lazio in the 4:1 defeat at San Siro against Milan. Italy, Serie A, AC Milan SpA – SS Lazio SpA 4:1
Stevica Ristic scored a goal in his team's 3:0 win in the second round of the Korean K-League Cup over Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma F.C.