After not being taken into consideration by Twente’s new coach, Nikola Gjorgjev left the Netherlands got get back in his native Switzerland where will play on loan for second league side Aarau. photo by FC Aarau: Gjorgjev poses with his new top The 20-year-old right winger had probably the worst time in his career this
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.
Orhan Mustafi got Swiss passport and hopes he can get a call for the Swiss national team. He is the newest lost talent who could have played for the macedonian national team, but chose another country over Macedonia.
The 18-years-old striker born in Macedonia, scored two goals in his debut for FC Basel in the Swiss Super League. The Football Federation of Macedonia should act faster because the Swiss and the Albanian national teams are also interested for this young talent.
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.
Serbian born attacking left midfielder with Macedonian passport and former best foreigner in the Macedonian league, the 25-years-old Ivan Pejčić, moves to Switzerland in FC Aarau.
Mirsad Jonuz, the coach of the Macedonian U-21 national team, announced the squad for the qualification match against Switzerland that will be played in Kumanovo on 26/03/2008.