KK AMAK SP

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KK AMAK SP
Leagues Macedonian First League
Founded 2005
History 2005 - 2009
Arena Biljanini Izvori hall
Location Ohrid, Macedonia
Team colors Blue and White
         
President Venko Šapkar
Head coach Igor Gacov
Championships 1 Macedonian Cup
Website http://www.kkamak.org.mk
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KK AMAK SP was a basketball club from Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia. AMAK SP participated in the Macedonian Premier League. Their home arena was the Biljanini Izvori hall.

History[edit]

AMAK SP was formed in the year 2005 in the city of Ohrid by the AMAK SP a safety belts producing company. They have been playing the Second Macedonian League but as of the 2006 season they advanced to the Macedonian First League. In 2009, the club won its first major trophy by winning the Macedonian Basketball Cup.

Honours[edit]

Domestic Achievements[edit]

  • Macedonian Cup Winner - 2009
  • Macedonian D2 Champion - 2006
  • Macedonian Prva B Liga Champion - 2007

Squad 2008/2009[edit]

KK AMAK SP
Current Roster
C United States Will Caudle
G United States Jarrid Frye
F Republic of Macedonia Damjan Stojanovski
G Republic of Macedonia Vojdan Stojanovski
F/C Republic of Macedonia Dejan Vegov
F United States Will O'Neill
F/C Republic of Macedonia Zoran Stojanov
G Republic of Macedonia Ivan Naumoski
G Republic of Macedonia Angel Tasevski
G Republic of Macedonia Vlatko Nedelkov
F Republic of Macedonia Bojan Jakimovski
F Republic of Macedonia Igor Penov
G/F Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Stefanovski
C Republic of Macedonia Vanja Cvetnik
F/C Republic of Macedonia Jordan Nikolovski

Squad changes for the 2007-08 season[edit]

In Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
15 United States Will Caudle (from Indios SF, Dominican Republic)
7 United States Frye Jarrid (from Sacred Heart University, United States)
4 Republic of Macedonia Damjan Stojanovski (from KK Vardar, Macedonia)
12 Republic of Macedonia Vojdan Stojanovski (from KK Vardar, Macedonia)
9 Republic of Macedonia Dejan Vegov (from KK Feni industrija, Macedonia)
United States Will O'Neill (East Carolina, United States)
Republic of Macedonia Zoran Stojanov (from KK Vardar, Macedonia)
13 Republic of Macedonia Vlatko Nedelkov (from KK Feni industrija, Macedonia)
Republic of Macedonia Bojan Jakimovski (from MZT Skopje, Macedonia)
Republic of Macedonia Gjamel Zarim (from Junior Squad Macedonia)

Out Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Serbia Slavisa Bogavac (to KK Zdravlje, Serbia)
Republic of Macedonia Daniel Milanovski (to MZT Skopje, Macedonia)
Republic of Macedonia Igor Atanasovski (to Torus Skopje, Macedonia)
Republic of Macedonia Ivan Atanasovski (to Torus Skopje, Macedonia)
Republic of Macedonia Ljubomir Stojanovski (to MZT Skopje, Macedonia)

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