Gjore Jovanovski

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Gjore Jovanovski
Personal information
Full name Gjorgji Jovanovski
Date of birth (1956-03-22) 22 March 1956 (age 63)
Place of birth Skopje, FPR Yugoslavia
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1974–1977 Vardar 53 (1)
1977–1978 Red Star Belgrade 1 (0)
1978–1986 Vardar 216 (9)
1986–1988 Samsunspor 65 (0)
1988–1989 Ankaragücü 13 (0)
Total 348 (10)
Teams managed
1998–1999 Vardar
1999–2001 Sloga Jugomagnat
2001–2002 Macedonia
2002 Samsunspor
2003–2007 Rabotnichki
2007–2008 Milano Kumanovo
2008–2009 Metalurg Skopje
2010 CSKA Sofia
2011 Rabotnichki
2013 Shkëndija
2014 Bregalnica Shtip
2018 Rabotnichki
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Gjorgji "Gjore" Jovanovski[a] (Macedonian: Ѓopѓи "Ѓope" Joвaнoвcки; born 22 March 1956) is a Macedonian football manager and former player.

Playing career[edit]

As a player, he played for FK Vardar and Red Star Belgrade in the Yugoslav First League and for Turkish club Samsunspor and Ankaragücü.

Coaching career[edit]

He had previously coached FK Vardar, FK Sloga Jugomagnat winning three championships and one cup title. After FK Rabotnichki Kometal winning two championship and qualified in the third round qualification for UEFA Champion League (eliminated by Lille/France)before moving to FK Milano Kumanovo and FK Metalurg Skopje. He was also a Head coach of Macedonian national team from 2001 till 2002.[1] He was chosen three times for the award of the "best football coach in Macedonia" by Sport radio 90.3 fm having been one of the best coaches in Macedonia winning five league and two cup titles.[2] He was also the head coach of the Macedonian national team from 2001 to 2002.

On 17 August 2010, Jovanovski was announced as the manager of CSKA Sofia. He qualified with CSKA Sofia in UEFA Europa League group stages

On 21 October 2010, Jovanovski was removed from his position of head coach of CSKA Sofia, after a 0:2 home loss against Rapid Vienna in a UEFA Europa League

On 8 November 2011, Jovanovski was named as manager of FK Rabotnichki[3] but after only two months as the manager, the club board and he agreed to mutually terminate his contract on 28 December 2011.[4]



a.   ^ Macedonian spelling: Ǵorǵi "Ǵore" Jovanovski, Ѓopѓи "Ѓope" Joвaнoвcки, Romanized spelling: Đorđe Jovanovski.


  1. ^ "Gjore Jovanovski leaves Milano". Macedonian Football (soccer) website. 29 May 2008. Retrieved 13 June 2009.
  2. ^ [1], additional text.
  3. ^ "Rabotnicki introduced Gjore Jovanovski". MacedonianFootball.com. 9 December 2011. Retrieved 2 January 2012.
  4. ^ "Rabotnicki and Jovanovski part ways". MacedonianFootball.com. 28 December 2011. Retrieved 2 January 2012.

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