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Sunday, February 18, 2007
After some period without a club and no competitive football Artim Sakiri signed for the Liechtenstein club Vaduz which competes in the Swiss Challenge League. The period without a competitive football cost him the place in the Macedonian national team and it's unlikely that at age of 33 the attacking midfielder will ever get back in the form that he was in his good old days. In his rich career he played in many leagues and gained big experience in clubs like Vardar, Halmstads, TB Berlin, HIT Gorica, Malatyaspor, CSKA Sofia, West Bromwich Albion, AaB and his last club was Inter Turku from Finland.
Sakiri played 73 times for the Macedonian national team and scored 15 goals and we'll remember him as the player who retired David Seaman after scoring the fantastic goal from a corner kick against England in 2002.
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