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Friday, January 4, 2008


By Jovan Noshpaloski:

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Wednesday, January 2, 2008


Pobeda,1961: Blagoja Malinkov, Dragoslav Hadzivasilev, Kiril Aneski, Ilija Dimoski, Borche Angeleski, Trajche Boshkoski, Branko Petkoski, Kiril Atanasoski, Petar Karakashev, Goga Lashkoski, Metodija Krsteski

Pobeda-Crvena Zvezda (16.12.1962): Goga Lashkoski, N.Nikolic, Aleksandar Koneski, Zivko Neshkoski, Trajche Boshkoski, Kiril Aneski, Borche Angeleski, Simon Velkoski, Ivan Garbeski and Metodija Krsteski

Pobeda-Lovken (23.06.1963): Kiril Aneski, Taki Vasilev, Ivan Garbeski, Aleksandar Koneski, Zivko Neshkoski, Borche Angeleski, Trajche Boskoski, Simon Velkoski, Slavcho Gicheski, Metodija Krsteski

Pobeda,1966: Metodija Krsteski, Slavko Gicheski, Ilija Kovacheski, Lefter Kargov, Trajche Boshkoski, Borche Damjanoski, Nikola Radovic (coach), Borche Angeleski, Aleksandar Koneski, Simon Velkoski, Zivko Gjorgjieski and Boro Klashev

Pobeda,1967: Voislav Treneski, Stojan Ninic, Tome Gjeorgjiev, Lefter Kargov, Zdravko Tochko, Metodija Krsteski, Tome Jakimoski, Zivko Gjorgjioski, Blagoja Jankuloski, Boro Klashev and Ilija Kovacheski

Pobeda, 1969: Vasilie Shijakovic (coach), Blagoj Istatov, Kiril Mirchevski, Mile Nikoloski, Vancho Drvoshanov, Ivan Mechev, Aleksandar Koneski, Metodija Krsteski (assistent coach), Voislav Badrlica, Aleksandar Trajkov, Risto Gligorovski, Zivko Gjorgjioski, Jordan Mitrev

Pobeda-OFK Titograd(15.071973): Stojan Mitrev, Goce Maneski, Risto Gligoroski, Ivan Mechev, Kiril Zvezdoski, Zivko Gjorgjieski, Metodija Cvetkoski, Jove Magdeski, Goce Popev, Vancho Drvoshanov and Blagoja Istatov

Pobeda,1975: Vancho Drvoshanov, Ljupcho Sazdoski, Ilija Georgiev, Blagoj Mitev, Ivan Mechev, Goce Maneski, Zivko Gjorgjioski, Jove Magdeski, Risto Gligoroski, Stevcho Angelov and Petar Trajkoski

Pobeda,1976: Zivko Gjorgjioski, Metodija Cvetkoski, Tode Todoroski, Ivan Mechev, Blagoj Mitev, Lazo Iliev, Jove Magdeski, Goce Maneski, Risto Gligoroski, Petar Trajkoski and Vancho Drvoshanov

Pobeda,1977: Ivan Mechev, Tode Todoroski, Laze Petreski, Vancho Drvosanov, Stevan Glusheski, Blagoj Mitev, Goce Maneski, Stojan Arsov, Risto Gligoroski, Jove Magdeski and Rubin Gjorgjioski

Pobeda, 1981: Laze Petreski, Tode Todoroski, Jove Magdeski, Ilija Najdoski, Zlatko Koneski, Stevan Glusheski, Goce Maneski, Vencislav Susuleski, Risto Gligoroski, Vlatko Dimoski and Rubin Gjorgjioski

Pobeda,1983: Naum Ljamcheski, Zlatko Koneski, Vasko Dimitrioski, Blagoja Kuleski, Slavkovski, Ljupcho Ljamchevski, Vencislav Susuleski, Goce Maneski, Mile Koneski, Risto Gligoroski and Vlado Dimovski

Pobeda,1984: Kiril Mitreski, Naum Ljamcheski, Blagoja Kuleski, Ljupcho Velkoski, Mile Aleksoski, Ljupcho Dimoski, Vlado Dimoski, Vencislav Susuleski, Goce Maneski, Mile Koneski, Torteski

Pobeda-Vardar (23.08.1992):Ljupcho Milevski, Blagoja Filiposki, Toni Naumoski, Darko Krsteski, Zoran Micevski, Marjan Stojkoski, Goce Markoski, Gjoko Ilieski, Nikola Joshevski, Jordan Ivanov, Mile Todoroski

Pobeda-Vardar 95/96

Pobeda-Perugia 99/00: Marjan Stojkoski, Goran Lazarevski, Rade Karanfilovski, Nebojsha Stojkovich, Nikolche Zdraveski, Goce Grujoski, Dejvi Glaveski, Zilson da Silva, Panche Ristevski, Dejan Dimitrievich, Igor Nikolaevski

Crvena Zvezda-Pobeda, Friendly match

Pobeda, 2003/04


Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Pobeda in Europe

  • Season 1997/1998 (UEFA Cup)
    • Odra-POBEDA 3:0, POBEDA-Odra 2:1
  • Season 1999/2000 (Intertoto Cup)
    • POBEDA-Ozeta 3:1, Ozeta-POBEDA 3:1 (3:4)
    • Perugia-POBEDA 1:0, POBEDA-Perugia 0:0
  • Season 2000/2001 (UEFA Cup)
    • Universitatea-POBEDA 1:1, POBEDA-Universitatea 1:0
    • POBEDA-Parma 0:2, Parma-POBEDA 4:0
  • Season 2001/2002 (Intertoto Cup)
    • Zagreb-POBEDA 1:2, POBEDA-Zagreb 1:1
    • POBEDA-Rizespor 2:1, Rizespor-POBEDA 0:2
    • Blsany-POBEDA 0:0, POBEDA-Blsany 0:1
  • Season 2002/2003 (UEFA Cup)
    • POBEDA-Midtjylland 2:0, Midtjylland-POBEDA 3:0
  • Season 2003/2004 (Intertoto Cup)
    • Spartak Trnava-POBEDA 1:5, POBEDA-Spartak Trnava 2:1
    • POBEDA-Pashing 1:1, Pashing-POBEDA 2:1
  • Season 2004/2005 (Champions League-Qualifications)
    • POBEDA-Pyunik 1:3, Pyunik-Pobeda 1:1
  • Season 2005/2006 (Intertoto Cup)
    • Smederevo-POBEDA 0:1, POBEDA-Smederevo 2:1
    • Hamburg-POBEDA 4:1, POBEDA-Hamburg 1:4
  • Season 2006/2007 (Intertoto Cup)
    • POBEDA-Farul 2:2, Farul-POBEDA 2:0
  • Season 2007/2008 (Champions League-Qualifications)
    • POBEDA-Levadia 0:1, Levadia-POBEDA 0:0


Monday, December 17, 2007

Pobeda 2 - 1 Pelister

Ground: City Stadium "Goce Delcev" Prilep
Referee: Vladimir Kiprijanovski (Skopje)
Yellow card: Tofiloski, Meglenski, Nacev (Pobeda)
Man of the match: Marko Gjorovik (Pobeda)

            • [30] Gjorovik - Pobeda
            • [36] Glavevski - Pelister
            • [71] Gjorovik - Pobeda



Wednesday, December 5, 2007


Odra-Pobeda (23.07.1997) Pobeda-Odra (30.07.1997)
Pobeda-Ozeta (20.06.1999) Ozeta-Pobeda (16.06.1999) Pobeda-Perugia (11.07.1999)
Pobeda-Universitatea (24.08.2000) Pobeda-Parma (14.09.2000)
Zagreb-Pobeda (17.06.2001) Pobeda-Zagreb (24.06.2001) Pobeda-Rizespor (30.06.2001) Pobeda-Chmel Blsany (21.07.2001)
Pobeda-Midtjylland (15.08.2002)
Pobeda-Spartak Trnava (28.06.2003) Pobeda-Pashing (05.07.2003)
Pobeda-Pjunik (13.07.2004)
Smederevo-Pobeda (19.06.2005) Pobeda-Smederevo (26.06.2005) Pobeda-Hamburger (10.07.2005)
Pobeda-Farul (18.06.2006)
Pobeda-Vardar (24.05.2007) Pobeda-Levadia (18.07.2007) Levadia-Pobeda (25.07.2007)


Tuesday, December 4, 2007


Programs: Spartak Trnava-Pobeda , Levadia-Pobeda , Pobeda-Vardar
Wood work


Monday, December 3, 2007


Prilep is located in the centre of the south part of Republic of Macedonia. It is situated in Field of Prilep that is in the north part of the largest ravine in Macedonia, Pelagonija. The town is at an altitude of 620 – 650 metres. Prilep's metropolitan area is covering some 511 sq km with a population of about 80 000. Prilep is known as "the city under Marko's Towers" because of its proximity to the towers of the legendary hero King Marko.
In the history data, Prilep is mentioned in 1014 for the first time. The area of the town and its countryside were one of the most important strategic, political and military places in this part of the Balkans. The vital ancient roads "Via Ignazia" and "Via Militaris" were the most natural connection with the whole Balkans, crossing Prilep. The shortest road that connects Venice and Dubrovnik businessmen with the ones in Thessaloniki was crossing through Prilep, too.
The most authentic monument complexes from the ancient period are: Bedem in Cepigovo, Bezisten between Prilepec and Volkovo, and some sightseeings within the town. There are many archeological sites in ancient cities like: Stibera, Alcomena, Keramia, Colobansa etc. It is of great significance to bear in mind the percent of the cultural and historical monuments dated from Middle Age, as following: St. Nicola’s church from XIII century, St. Uspenie church in Bogorodica as a part of Treskavec monastery with XV, XVI and XIX century frescosand icons, and monastery (included St. Preobrazdenie church) situated in the village of Zrze.
The most important cultural and historical place is the town itself. It was the center of the largest political and regional organization, crucial political and military place as well as a temporary residence of Tzar Samuil (between the Marco’s Hills Fortress and the round space within the Under Fortress place, Varos and Zagrad). One of the five largest Balkans that is composed of three defense levels and many buildings and gates is a part of Marko's Hills Fortress.
Within the Ilinden period, the town was a centre of the Macedonian national movement for freedom. 50 revolutionaries like: Pere Toshev, Gorche Petrov, Petre Acev and many more, were members of the National Liberation Army and what is more important they came from Prilep.
On October, 11 1941 with the attack over Police station the uprising against fascism started. Macedonian people fought for their national freedom and independence. The Park of Revolution as a historical monument and in the same time the holy joint graveyard in memoriam of over 650 fighters for freedom, is an evidence for the mass and self-sacrificing citizens' participation in the Second World War.
Prilep has its essential growth in the after war free development period. Then it became respectably well known political, administrative, cultural, educational, scientific and commercial centre of Macedonia. Prilep has "invested" more than 25 excellent writers in the literature, more than 20 painters and sculptures in the art, and numerous famous scientists in Macedonia and the world. This obvious development has resulted with the establishment of the Faculty of Economy, and the first scientific institutions: Tobacco Institute and the Institute for research and examination of the former Slavic culture. We can see the business life through many industrial branches like: Tobacco industry, Metal industry, Chemical, Textile and Wood Industry. Prilep is famous world center for tobacco production. Its tobacco is especially wanted all around the world. Prilep is proud of its high-quality marble dug from the numerous mines in the area. It has a rich cultural heritage and history, represents our national proud, it is a cosmopolitan town often called The Hero Town.

(Photo by: Vesna Markovska)