Darko Tasevski was involved in a car accident this past Wednesday, but thankfully he was released from the hospital after a series of tests came back normal.
Macedonian national team midfielder Darko Tasevski was driving on Wednesday when his car was hit from behind. Subsequently, he was taken to a hospital where a series of tests were performed. Thankfully, all of the tests came back normal and Tasevski was released. On Thursday, he was back in training for his club and should be available to the manager for Saturday’s game against Maccabi Petah Tikva.
This is Darko’s second year in Israel with Ironi Kiryat Shmona. It’s the final year on his contract, and he is fully expected to pursue a new team, either in the upcoming winter transfer window or next summer. Although he features in most games for Ironi Kiryat Shmona, whether as a starter or coming off the bench, Tasevski has said that it has been difficult for his family to settle in Israel. He has brought up the safety situation with the ongoing Israeli/Palestinian conflict, and it has been reported that his wife is homesick and wants to return to her native Bulgaria.
There has been speculation that Bulgarian club Levski will attempt to bring back Tasevski once his contract expires. He played with Levski from 2007 to 2012, and is still popular with their fans.