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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Transfer market - summer 2009

In: Vlada Markovik (Serbia), Goran Pashovski (Shkendija), Zlatko Delovski (Pelister), Nikola Stisniovski (Pelister), Nikola Stojanovski (Sileks), Blagoja Pishmanovski (Pelister), Vangel Altiparmakovski (Ohrid), Nikola Ristov (Rabotnicki), Aleksandar Stojanov (Belasica), Miki Petrovik (Tikvesh), Toni Preskakulev (Vardar Negotino), Daniel Koteski, Zoran Todoroski, Cvetan Churlinov
Out: Martin Petrov (Sileks), Veljan Cvetanovski (Teteks), Gjokan Jusufoski, Mile Krstev (Metalurg), Milan Ivanovik (Pelister), Nikola Tripunovski (Vardar), Tiago Rodrigez (Teteks), Da Silva Deilson (Teteks)



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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Season 2009/10

First Macedonian League 2009/10:

Round 1 (03.08.2009) Turnovo-Pobeda 3:1
Round 2 (09.08.2009) Pobeda-Sileks 2:2
Round 3 (16.08.2009) Teteks-Pobeda 3:1
Round 4 (23.08.2009) Pobeda-Makedonija GP 0:0
Round 5 (13.09.2009) Vardar-Pobeda 0:0
Round 6 (19.09.2009) Renova-Pobeda 2:1
Round 7 (27.09.2009) Pobeda-Sloga Jugomagnat 2:0
Round 8 (04.10.2009) Metalurg-Pobeda 2:1
Round 9 (18.10.2009) Pobeda-Milano 4:1
Round 10 (24.10.2009) Rabotnicki-Pobeda 6:2
Round 11 (02.11.2009) Pobeda-Pelister 0:0
Round 12 (04.11.2009) Pobeda-Turnovo 1:0
Round 13 (08.11.2009) Sileks-Pobeda 0:1
Round 14 (22.11.2009) Pobeda-Teteks 2:0
Round 15 (29.11.2009) Free
Round 16 (06.12.2009) Pobeda-Vardar 2:1
Round 17 (09.12.2009) Pobeda-Renova 0:4
Round 18 (13.12.2009) Free
Round 19 (28.02.2010) Pobeda-Metalurg 0:1
Round 20 (07.03.2010) Milano-Pobeda 3:2

Round 21 (21.03.2010) Pobeda-Rabotnicki 4:2
Round 22 (24.03.2010) Pelister-Pobeda 1:0
Round 23 (28.03.2010) Renova-Pobeda 2:1
Round 24 (03.04.2010) Sileks-Pobeda 3:0
Round 25 (11.04.2010) Pobeda-Teteks 2:0
Round 26 (18.04.2010) Pelister-Pobeda 1:0
Round 27 (25.04.2010) Pobeda-Turnovo 0:1
Round 28 (02.05.2010) Metalurg-Pobeda 3:0
BANNED

Macedonian Cup:

1/16-final:
(26.08.2009)
Bregalnica Delchevo-Pobeda 0:2

1/8-final:
(22.09.2009) Metalurg-Pobeda 1:0
(29.09.2009): Pobeda-Metalurg 1:0 (3:4)



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Monday, June 1, 2009

Pobeda 1 - 1 Vardar (31.05.2009)

Ground: City Stadium "Goce Delcev" Prilep
Referee: Ljubomir Krstevski (Bitola)
Yellow cards: Bozić, Dameski, Nestoroski (P) B.Ristovski (V)
Man of the match: Ilija Nestoroski

            • [4] Nestoroski (P)
            • [82] Gligorov (V)




Pobeda:
Bozić, Krstev, Krsteski, J. Obradović, Mircheski, Petrov, Stanojlović (N. Obradović), Nastoski (Tripunovski), Aceski, Ljamchevski, Nestoroski (Dameski)
Vardar: Kmetovski, B.Ristovski (S.Ristovski), Bozinovski, Markovski, Gjoshevski, Peev, Gligorov, Belchev, Petrov (Pandovski), Ejupi, Janchevski

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Saturday, May 30, 2009

Rabotnicki 2 - 0 Pobeda (28.05.2009)

Mile KrstevGround: "City Stadium"-Skopje
Referee: Zoran Boshkov (Negotino)
Yellow cards: Bojovik, Bozinovski (R) B.Jusufoski (P)
Man of the match: Bobi Bozinovski

  • [19] Savik
  • [83] Fabio





Rabotnicki:
Naumovski, Dimovski, Sekulovski, Bojovik, Krsteski, Bozinovski, Osmani (Fabio), Savik, Trajchev (Mojsov), R.Karlos, Pandev (Muarem)
Pobeda: Bozić, Dameski (Gj.Jusufoski), Petrov, Krsteski, Krstev (Nastoski), Deilson, Mircheski, Tripunovski (B.Jusufoski), Nestoroski, J.Obradović, N.Obradović

Photos:Moment from the match Rabotnicki-PobedaMoment from the match Rabotnicki-PobedaMoment from the match Rabotnicki-PobedaMoment from the match Rabotnicki-Pobeda



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Monday, May 25, 2009

Aleks Vrteski back in Perth Glory

Aleks Vrteski-GoalkeeperAfter two years in FK Pobeda Prilep, the Australian born member of the Macedonian U21 national team, moves back to Perth Glory.
The 20-year-old goalkeeper made eight A-League appearances for Perth Glory in 2006-07 before moving to Macedonia in FK Pobeda from Prilep. Since then, Vrteski became regular member of the Macedonian U21 national team and had successful appearances in the Macedonian First League.
FK Pobeda have been in financial crisis in the last period and the problems in the club culminated with the eight-year ban by UEFA because of the match fixing scandal in 2004. The current situation forced the promising goalkeeper to move back to Australia and join his former club Perth Glory.
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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Pobeda 2 - 0 Turnovo (17.05.2009)

Ground: City Stadium "Goce Delcev" Prilep
Referee: Aleksandar Stavrev (Skopje)
Yellow cards: Petrov, Dameski, N. Obradović, Stanojlović (P) Tunevski, Andonov (T)
Red card: Tunevski (T)
Man of the match: Nebojsha Stanojlović

      • [2] Stanojlović
      • [51] Nestoroski
Pobeda: Bozić, Krstev, Krsteski, J. Obradović, Mircheski, Petrov, Stanojlović, Tripunovski, Aceski (Deilson), Ljamchevski (Dameski), Nestoroski (N. Obradović)
Turnovo: Dimovski, Tashev, Mitrev, Vasilev, Karakolev, Tunevski, Andonov, Itua (Popchanovski), Miloshevik, Kovachev (Gjorgjiev), Tenekedziev (Lazarov)



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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Goran Todoroski is a new coach of Pobeda

Goran Todoroski-Sivcho, former player and captain of our club and also one of the most famous futsal players in the country will be the new coach of Pobeda. Serbian coach Nebojsa Petrovic surprisingly left Pobeda after no more than 3 months at the bench of the former Macedonian champion. Together with him, 4 players from Serbia left the club: Stefan Lalic, Nebojsa Stanojlovic, Nemanja Obradovic and Igor Bozic, all members of football agency "Kick-Off".



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