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altalt What are the chances of the Macedonian clubs in Europe for the season of 2009/10? Let's see our visitors' opinions and share something new on the subject.

Makedonija Gjorce Petrov got their opponent first. Belarus' BATE Borisov was bad luck according to a Gjorce fan. A horrible draw was one of the comments after reminding of BATE's excellent run in last year's Champions league. Though most was expected from the champions of Macedonia yet the poll on MacedonianFootball.com slowly turns in favor of Rabotnicki.

Renova in UEFA Europa League also got a team from Belarus - Dinamo Minsk. If it were Cyprus last year - it is Belarus now - and it is the strongest teams from Belarus. Dinamo Minsk fans have already registered on our board and are interested in Renova and their abilities, their quality, their potential, their fans. Of course it is hard to find information for Renova fans and their eventual trip to Belarus as Renova does not have an organizes fans movement.

Milano will get the better of the duel between Slaven Belupo from Croatia and Birkirkara from Malta, but considering their bad financial status it will be a hard time for Milano with any of the teams, really. There's time till 16.07 so let's hope situation with Milano will get better.

Of course, Rabotnicki's opponent is one of the easiest, therefore those comments were most positive. Their rather anonymous opponent can be seen through one of the comments - Are Crusaders from Georgia? Let's hope Rabotnicki will not underestimate and will enter the two legs fully serious despite the fact that they are big favorites. Check out their website - it has a menu from a restaurant. Yes, maybe there is - but how many teams from Macedonia don't have a website at all? To the third round! That was one of the comments with which we will close this article and wish a very good luck to all teams representing Macedonia in Europe this season.

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