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Filip DuranskiFilip Duranski Several football players in foreign leagues have Macedonian origin and still have the chance to play for Macedonia. Here is a review of their performances:

Australia, A-League, Central Coast Mariners FC - Newcastle United Jets FC 3:0
Ben Kantarovski played the whole game for the Jets in this loss.

Australia, A-League, Newcastle United Jets FC - Adelaide United FC 1:2
Ben Kantarovski played until the 72nd minute for the Jets when he was substituted by Scott Balderson.

Australia, A-League, Perth Glory - Brisbane Roar 2:0
Naum Sekulovski played the full 90 minutes for Perth and received a yellow card. Aleksandar Vrteski was the whole game on Perth's bench.

Australia, A-League, Sydney FC - Melbourne Victory 2:0
Ivan Necevski was the whole game on Sydney's bench.

Austria, Bundesliga, FK Austria Wien - SV Kapfenberg 4:3
Emin Sulimani was the whole game on Austria's bench.

Germany, 2.Bundesliga, TSV 1860 München - Rot Weiss Ahlen 0:1
Aleksandar Ignjovski played the whole game for 1860 as they lost at home against Ahlen.

Germany, 2.Bundesliga, Greuther Fürth - TSV 1860 München 1:2
Aleksandar Ignjovski came in instead Alexander Ludwig in the 65th minute and received a yellow card in the 86th minute. This was the 5th yellow card this season so he won't be able to play next weekend against Alemannia Aachen.

Greece, B Ethniki, Doxa Drama FC - Agrotikos Asteras 0:1
Marko Markovski played for Doxa in this loss. It was Macedonian Dejan Blazevski who scored the winning goal.

Switzerland, Axpo Super League, FC Sion - FC Zürich 1:1
Agron Mehmedi played until the 71st minute for the away team when he was substituted by Adrian Nikci.

Friendly, SK Slavia Praha - U.D.Vecindario 2:2
Filip Duranski played the 2nd half for Slavia while Mirko Ivanovski played the 1st half. Riste Naumov was out with an injury.

photo: slavia.cz

 

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