Friday, January 05, 2007Macedonian "goal-wonder" in search for a new club
The leading striker in the Macedonian league, with amazing 19 goals after 18 rounds, is out of contract and free for a transfer to a bigger club.
Bashkimi's best player free for transfer market
The first half of the season was definitely marked by Boban "The Bomba" Jancevski. He was the best striker in the Macedonian league with 19 goals scored. He was also named 6 times as Man Of The Match in the 18 round played in the first part of the Macedonian Prva Liga 2006/07 season. In the 17th round where Bashkimi won with amazing 8:1 over Bregalnica Stip, Boban "The Bomba" Jancevski, scored an incredible amount of 6 goals. It was expected that a club like Bashkimi would not be able to hold a player with his qualities in their roster. After some financial problems and misunderstandings they had to let go their best striker for free. It’s still unknown where he will continue his career, but there are already some bigger clubs from Europe and even South America interested to see him in their team, as the Macedonian press reports. In case he fails to find some interesting offer, he’ll be most probably welcomed back at his former club Bashkimi.
Jancevski ready for a bigger league
Jancevski started his career in Teteks from Tetovo and after a few great seasons at Makedonija GP, Tikvesh and his great performances in the Macedonian League, he was transfered to the Bulgarian side Lokomotiv Plovdiv. There he was their best striker and one of the main reasons for Loko's big success. In 2004 Lokomotiv won their first ever title in the Bulgarian league and Boban Jancevski was Loko's best striker of the season. But in 2005 Loko's owner was killed and that changed many things at the club and also influenced their financial situation, so that Jancevski hat to leave Bulgaria. After being unable to find a bigger club, he decided to come back to Macedonia and join Bashkimi from Kumanovo. This was a good decision for his career though, because after his amazing 19 goals in 18 matches he's getting closer to a call for the Macedonian NT and a move abroad.
Labels: Transfers and rumors