Andon Donchevski becomes an honorary member of the Macedonian Olympic Committee


The best scorer in the history of the Macedonian football giant Vardar and the first head coach of the Macedonian national football team Andon Donchevski has been declared an honorary member of the Macedonian Olympic Committee (MOC).

Eighty-seven-year-old Donchevski, who has been living in Australia for the last two decades, was welcomed by the president of the Olympic movement, Daniel Dimevski, during his visit to the MOC, and he also met with the honorary president of the MOC Vasil Tupurkovski.

On behalf of the Union of Sports Journalists of Southeast Europe, the first president of the MOC, Tupurkovski, presented Donchevski with the “Sports Giant of Macedonia” award.

Donchevski spent his entire career as a football player in Skopje’s Vardar, for which he scored a record 217 goals in the period from 1957 to 1971, after which he won the championship title in the former Yugoslavia in the 1986/87 season with the most trophy-winning Macedonian club.



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