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Andon Dončevski Personal information Full name Andon Dončevski Place of birth Skopje, SFR Yugoslavia Playing position Striker (retired) Youth career ?-1957 FK Vardar Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1957-1971 FK Vardar 305 (217) National team Yugoslavian national team 1 (0) Teams managed 1985-1991 FK Vardar 1993-1995 Republic of Macedonia 1998 Preston Lions FC FK Tikveš * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Andon Dončevski is a former football player for FK Vardar, in the Republic of Macedonia. In his career he represented the Yugoslavian national team, as well as scoring a record 217 goals for Vardar. His popularity hit a peak when he was appointed to coach Vardar and under his instruction Vardar became a champion in old Yugoslavian league. Under his wing were players such as Darko Pancev, Ilija Najdoski, Čedomir Janevski, Dragan Kanatlarovski and Vujadin Stanojkovic, such players that gave pleasure to fans spectating the game and promoting the Macedonian football around the world. Dončevski took a new challenge to pass on his experience abroad to Preston Lions FC,[1] the VPL, in Australia. Achievements As player: FK Vardar Skopje Yugoslav Cup: 1 Winner: 1961 As coach: FK Vardar Skopje Yugoslav First League: 1 Winner: 1986-87 References ^ 1998 Victorian Premier League - 1998 Season Results Dončevski keeps optimistic (Interview at v · d · eMacedonia national football team – Managers Dončevski (1993–95) · Hadžievski (1996–99) · Kanatlarovski (1999–01) · Jovanovski (2001–02) · Ilievski (2002–03) · Kanatlarovski (2003–05) · Santrač (2005) · Babunski (2005–06) · Katanec (2006–09) · Jonuz (2009–11) · Persondata Name Dončevski, Andon Alternative names Short description Macedonian former football striker Date of birth unknown Place of birth Skopje, SFR Yugoslavia Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to Republic of Macedonia football (soccer) is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e