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uefauefaFK Rabotnicki Skopje, FK Pelister Bitola and FK Milano Kumanovo have announced their squads for the Champions League and UEFA Cup qualification matches.

FK Rabotnicki Skopje, the Macedonian representative in the Champions League qualifications have registered the following squad:
Ljupco Kmetovski, Petar Korunovski, Adekunle Lukmon (Nigeria), Aleksandar Krstevski, Dimitrija Lazarevski, Rock Itoua-Ndinga (Congo), Bojan Mihajlović (Serbia), Muarem Muarem, Krste Velkoski, Baze Ilijoski, Emir Sabani, Minas Osmani, Ardijan Nuhiu, Filip Misevski, Blagojce Ljamcevski, Mensur Idrizi, Vladimir Tunevski, Vladimir Sekulovski, Goran Bogdanovik, Dusko Trajcevski, Kiril Trajcevski, Toni Ilievski and Dusko Gjorgjevik under the lead of coach Boban Babunski.

FK Milano Kumanovo and their coach Bylbyl Sokoli will have the following squad in UEFA for the UEFA Cup qualifications:
Edin Nuredinoski, Petar Basnarkov, Sasko Lazarevski, Liridon Kukaj, Erdogan Brando (Kosovo), Sasko Ristov, Goran Gancev, Ardian Cuculi, Jovica Trajcev, Fisnik Gashi (Kosovo), Faruk Statovci (Kosovo), Armend Alimi, Borce Manevski, Burhan Aliji, Orhan Isufi, Mensur Limani, Ivica Gligorovski, Blagoja Gesoski and Ersen Sali.

FK Pelister from Bitola and coach Nedzat Husein have registered the following squad in the UEFA Cup qualifications:
Goran Pasovski, Trajce Nikov, Ilce Petrovski, Tomi Jovanov, Kire Risteski, Milan Ivanovik, Metodija Stepanovski, Toni Veljanoski, Ljupco Miceski, Ilir Elmazovski, Mile Dimov, Mile Petkovski, Goce Todorovski, Bruno Presilski, Dejan Blazevski, Adriano Miranda de Carvalho (Brazil), Stefan Spiroski, Zoran Simonovski, Nikola Petkovski, Blagojce Pismanovski, Aleksandar Krsteski, Alessandro Machado Júnior Sousa (Brazil), Igor Momirovski, Toni Pitoska, Draganco Dimitrovski, Glagojce Glavevski and Mirko Ivanovski.



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