Macedonian U19 national team player Filip Trajanovski moves to second league time GAIS in search for playing time on senior level. photo by GAIS: Trajanovski is his new uniform On the last day of the Swedish transfer window Trajanovski made a transfer. He decided to leave top flight side Häcken and move in the second
Macedonia U19 member Daniel Krezikj has been promoted to train with the first team of Swedish club Häcken.
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.
UEFA Qualifications Tournament Group 4 MP W D L GD P Sweden 10 8 2 0 20:3 26 qualified Turkey 10 6 3 1 18:8 21 play-off (won) Slovakia 10 5 2 3 16:9 17 Macedonia 10 1 4 5 11:18 7 Moldova 10 1 3 6 6:20 6
Goran Pandev started the new season in italy with a goal and a win. Ilco Naumoski, Zoran Baldovaliev and Vlatko Grozdanoski scored as well, while Vanco Trajanov earned a penalty that brought his team an away win. Dissaster for Goran Maznov and Tom', derby win for Darko Tasevski.
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.
Riste Naumov scored for Viktoria ikov, Goce Toleski got injured playing for Slavia Praha, Goran Maznov continued his poor goalless form at Tom', while Goran Stanik made his debut for East Fife.
First goal for Stevica Ristić in his new team Pohang Steelers. Vanco Trajanov trashed in Zürich. Alcinov defeated by 2 goals, Jankulovski eventually beaten in the 94th minute, while Krstevski helped his team draw.
19 years old talented striker Goran Slavkovski finally spoke about his national team future. He followed his heart and choose Macedonia, the country of his origins. Sweden was an option for him as he is born there, but he decided to play for Macedonia.
Goran Slavkovski, the so called wunderkind, will spend the rest of the season on loan at Sheffield United, rather than Middlesbrough as previously expected after he spent the last few days on trainings at Riverside.