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Hajradinović in action for Haugesund; photo: FK HaugesundHajradinović in action for Haugesund; photo: FK HaugesundWeekly overview of the players that originate from Macedonia and can still play for our NT if summoned.

Belgium, First Division A, Waasland-Beveren - Mechelen 2:2
Erdin Demir played whole match for Beveren.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Premijer Liga, Željezničar - Zrinjski 0:1
Vedran Kjosevski was starting keeper for Željezničar. His mistake decided the winner of the match.

Denmark, Alka Superligaen, København - Aalborg 1:1
Bashkim Kadrii wasn't summoned by København.

France, Coupe de la Ligue, Le Havre - Troyes 1:3
Deniz Hümmet wasn't called up for Troyes.

Holland, Eredivisie, Groningen - Twente 3:4
Left back Dejan Trajkovski played entire game for Twente.

Norway, Tippeligaen, Lillestrøm - Haugesund 1:1
Haris Hajradinović played till 64th minute for Haugesund when he made way for Tor Arne Andreassen. Hajradinović provide an assist to David Myrestam for his team's only goal at 40th minute of the game.

Hajradinović's assist (at 1:21):

Serbia, Super Liga, Napredak - Javor 3:1
Napredak's captain Jovan Markoski left the pitch at 12th minute because of injury. Branimir Petrović took his place.

Slovenia, Prva Liga Telekom Slovenije, Maribor - Aluminij 0:2
Valon Ahmedi didn't make the matchday squad for Maribor.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Malmö - J-Södra 4:1
Erdal Rakip came of the Malmö's bench at 70th minute replacing Anders Christiansen while his teammate Marko Johanson was unused substitute.

Sweden, Allsvenskan, Östersunds - Djurgården 1:0
Besard Šabović wasn't called up for Djurgården.

Switzerland, brack.ch Challenge League, Winterthur - Wohlen 1:0
Muhamed Seferi didn't play for Wohlen due to injury.

USA, Mayor Soccer League, New England Revolution - Columbus Crew 0:2
Dilly Duka entered the game for Columbus at 62nd minute when he substituted Justin Meram.

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