Marjan Altiparamakovski and Tome Kitanovski each scored their first goals for their new teams on Saturday after leaving Pelister during the winter transfer window.
Saturday proved to be a bad all-around day for Pelister. Not only did the Bitola based club lose 4:0 against Rabotnichki in the first game to mark the second half of the season, they also saw two former players that left the team this winter score their first goals for their new teams. Those two players were striker Marjan Altiparmakovski and defender Tome Kitanovski.
Altiparmakovski netted his first goal for Paniliakos which also proved to be the game winner in a 1:0 victory over Iraklis Psachna. Marjan was handed his first start (his previous five appearances all came off the bench) and rewarded the manager by scoring the lone goal in the 11th minute. The goal came on a close range effort following a corner kick. Altiparmakovski played all 90 minutes for Paniliakos.
Meanwhile, in Romania, Kitanovski debuted with a goal for CS Universitatea Craiova. Just like Altiparmakovski, Kitanovski’s goal came following a corner kick. Tome was in the right spot and sent a header to the back of the net. His goal came in the 27th minute and gave CS Universitatea Craiova a 1:0 lead at that time, but their opponent ASA Târgu Mureș scored two goals in the 2nd half to collect the 1:2 road victory. Kitanovski played the entire game at right-back for the home side.