One of the most capped players in the history of the the Macedonian national football team decided to retire at the age of 37. archived photo: Veliche playing for the national team Veliche Shumulikoski hung out his boots. The Struga born defensive midfielder will be remembered as one of the most constant and always present
Original name: Величе Шумуликоски Passport version: Veliche Shumulikoski Alternative version: Velice Sumulikoski IPA: ˈvɛlitʃɛ ˈʃumulikɔski Nickname: Shumi Club shirt name: Shumulikoski / Šumulikoski Position: defensive midfielder Born on 24.04.1981 in Struga, Macedonia Club: retired Former club: NK MIK CMC Publikum Celje , 1. FC Slovácko a.s. , FK Zenit Sankt-Peterburg , Bursaspor Kulübü , Ipswich
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
Velice Sumulikoski argued with Ipswich Town manager Jim Magilton on the training yesterday because the club wanted to loan him out to Queens Park Rangers or Watford, but his wish was Preston North End.
Nikolce Noveski with his Mainz is heading good for the promotion to the 1.Bundesliga, Petar Milosevski didn't had much work as his team won 4:0, Vance Sikov and Sasa Ognenovski lost, while all the others who played this weekend draw with their teams.
MacedonianFootball.com together with the members of the Macedonian football forum chose the highs and lows in the Macedonian football for 2008 and the Macedonian football league 2008/09 first half-season.
First weekend in the New Year and five Macedonian internationals were active. Velice Sumulikoski advanced into the next round of the FA Cup with Ipswich, Sasa Ognenovski maintained with the winning in the far Australia, Jovan Kostovski again came in as a sub for OFI, while Sikov and Milosevski are still searching for a win
18th August 2004, 20.00 CET MACEDONIA 3:0 ARMENIA HT 2:0 Goals: 5′ Goran Pandev, 37′ Artim Shakjiri, 90′ Veliche Shumulikoski Stadium: Gradski in Skopje Attendance: 4.375 MKD ARM 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) 1. Armen Ambartsumyan (GK) 2. Goran Stavrevski 85′ 2. Yegishe Melikyan 3. Mile Krstev 22′ 3. Karen Dokhoyan 81′ 4. Goce Sedloski (C)
Five Macedonian internationals played on the last weekend of the year 2008. Velice Sumulikoski, Goran Popov and Sasa Ognenovski have won with their teams, all three away, while Vance Sikov and Petar Milosevski both lost with their Cypriot teams.
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.