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Azerbaijan seems to have no current league. Any info about Macedonia and Georgia? I can't find sites of the league or sources. Do they send cup winners? -Koppapa (talk) 07:52, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
FYR Macedonia had a league in 2003 and the facebook page of the 2009 seems to indicate it's still going ()Facebook page, if you quote their info and put it through google translate from Serbian it says they've been participating in the 'Prvata Makedonska fudbalska liga' for eight years. And the Macedonian FA (Excel file) have published a spreadsheet with a 21-game league calendar. (due to end on 27 June)
As for Georgia, the letter system makes it pretty difficult to google anything. Sam Vimes 13:38, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
I have no idea about CSHVSM, but what's weird is it seems to be an abbreviation that could be used for the Ukrainian club (Chernihiv SHVSM...) I guess UEFA will correct it if they're wrong. Sam Vimes 12:41, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
Strangely in 2007 Zorka BDU was champion, but Universitet Vitebsk competed in the UEFA Women's cup. -Koppapa (talk) 09:58, 16 June 2010 (UTC)