Angelovski, Milevski summon players for training camp


The national team players on a training; photo: FFMThe national team players on a training; photo: FFMSenior and U21 national team coaches revealed the lists of summoned players for the training camp for players that need to be tested for future calls in the national teams.

Both national teams will have two training matches on 12 and 14 December at the Gjorche Petrov stadium in Skopje. Igor Angelovski decided to test domestic players with only 3 who play abroad. Two of them, Babunski and Avramovski, were expected to be summoned as they do not play at their club, while it is a surprise that defender Ristevski was called up as he is regular in both club and national team. Because of injury aren't called up Marjan Radeski and Stefan Spirovski, both initialy planned. The lone surprise in 21-year-old Ljupcho Doriev from second league leaders Akademija Pandev. He is the only one on the list from the Macedonian second division.

Players called up in the senior national team:

Filip Gachevski - Vardar Macedonia
Damjan Shishkovski - Rabotnichki Macedonia

Mevlan Murati - Shkendija Macedonia
Egzon Bejtulai - Shkendija Macedonia
Kristijan Toshevski - Pelister Macedonia
Kire Ristevski - Vasas Hungary
Visar Musliu - Renova Macedonia
Darko Velkovski - Vardar Macedonia

Ferhan Hasani - Shkendija Macedonia
Bojan Najdenov - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Besir Demiri - Shkendija Macedonia
Ljupcho Doriev - Akademija Pandev Macedonia
Boban Nikolov - Vardar Macedonia
Dushko Trajchevski - Rabotnichki Macedonia
David Babunski - Crvena Zvezda Serbia

Besart Ibraimi - Shkendija Macedonia
Kire Markoski - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Daniel Avramovski - Crvena Zvezda Serbia

Of the 18 players, 15 are domestic based and come from 6 different clubs. Most players come from Shkendija - 5, 4 are from Rabotnichki, 3 from Vardar, 1 from Pelister and Renova and 1 from Akademija Pandev who competes in the 2.MFL. There are no players from 5 first league clubs: Bregalnica, Makedonija GjP, Pobeda, Shkupi and Sileks.

Blagoja Milevski is preparing the next generation for the U21 national team, the one that will play in the 2019 EURO qualifiers. But that doesn't mean that none from this list can't win a place in the current U21 team. It is the second time this next gen U21s to gather as in mid November Milevski also organized a training camp in which the lads played two matches against Pobeda and Renova. The are some changes in the squad this time, although most of the are the same. Anyway, this time the number of players is larger, 23 with 4 of them keepers.

Players called up in the U21 national team:

Bekim Redjepi - Teteks Macedonia
Filip Ilikj - Metalurg Macedonia
Risto Jankov - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Senad Mujovikj - Grasshoppers Switzerland

Esmin Lichina - Vardar Macedonia
Alex Simovski - Akropolis Sweden
Kostantin Cheshmedjiev - Makedonija GjP Macedonia
Din Alomerovikj - Makedonija GjP Macedonia
Jovan Popzlatanov - Pelister Macedonia
Stefan Kostov - Bregalnica Macedonia
Besart Krivanjeva - Metalurg Macedonia
Filip Stojanovski - Apollonia Albania

Stefan Jevtoski - Liokomotiv Plovdiv Bulgaria
Elif Elmas - Rabotnichki Macedonia
Ennur Totre - Shkendija Macedonia
Davor Zdravkovski - Makedonija GjP Macedonia
Burim Avdulahi - √Čtoile Carouge Switzerland
Calvin N'Sombo - PK-35 Finland

Tihomir Kostadinov - Zlaté Moravce Slovakia
Daniel Krezikj - Oddevold Sweden
Matej Cvetanovski - Makedonija GjP Macedonia
Petar Petkovski - Vardar Macedonia
Remzifaik Selmani - Renova Macedonia

Initially the squad was to have 25 players, but Emil Abaz of Dinamo Zagreb and Taulant Sulejmanov of Young Boys were not released by their clubs.


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