Published on 05 Ноември, 2014 in U21
The Macedonian U21 team coach, Blagoja Milevski, has released the players list for the qualifying match against Montenegro. The match will be played on 16 November, 2014 at 13:00 at the main field at the “House of Football” complex. The preparations for the friendly duel against Montenegro will take place in Ohrid, which will start on 10 November.
Goalkeepers: Shishkovski Damjan (Rabotnichki), Aleksovski Igor (Macedonia Gj.P);
Defense: Zajkov Gjoko (Rennes, France), Velkovski Darko (Rabotnichki). Ristovski Filip (Metalurg), Demiri Besir (Shkupi), Timovski Angelche (Sileks), Najdovski Leon (Macedonia Gj.P.), Talevski Viktor (Bregalnica), Kackarovski Hristijan (Rosengard, Sweden);
Mid-fielders: Bardi Enis (Ujpest, Hungary), Nikolov Boban (Vitorul Konstanca, Romania), Denkovski Hristijan (Groningen, Holland), Avramovski Daniel (Crvena Zvezda, Serbia), Mustafov Burhan (Pelister, Bitola), Ivanov Hristijan (Horizont Turnovo);
Forward: Nafiu Valmir (Hamburg, Germany), Pivkovski Filip (Novara, Italy), Angelov Viktor (Metalurg, Skopje), Radeski Marjan (Metalurg, Skopje), Asani Jasir (Vardar, Skopje), Imeri Demir (Shkendija, Tetovo)
-“The selected players for the U21 team will have a chance to prove that at the moment they are in a great shape. We chose players that have a constant place at the team, three of them will play for the first time, Ivanov, Denkovski, and Kackarovski. We hope that the preparations in Ohrid will help the new players play better and they will be able to adapt easily at playing with the other team players. Daniel Avramovski will play for the first time after his injury, and we will also see David Babunski. We will watch Babunski at the match against Slovakia, and see if he will have difficulties during the game. Based on that we will decide how we’re going to use him at the match against Montenegro. He is confident that he is ready and is eager to play in our team. Montenegro has a high quality team, they may even play at a higher level than the Romanian team. This will be a tough match, but we are going to give our best to win. I hope that the team players will take the preparations very seriously. We will create a positive atmosphere only if we respect each other and stick to the practicing schedule. I will emphasize that we must treat the spot at the National team with respect, we must play at the same level as the game against Romania, we must complement each other and we must give our best to win.” – stated Blagoja Milevski.