|Full name Goce Sedloski|
Name Goce Sedloski
Current team FK Vardar
Weight 83 kg
Height 1.88 m
|Date of birth (1974-04-10) 10 April 1974 (age 41)|
Place of birth Golemo Konjari, Prilep, SFR Yugoslavia
Number 3 (SV Mattersburg / Defender)
Razgovor so goce sedloski vo nedela popladne
Goce Sedloski (Macedonian: Гоце Седлоски; born 10 April 1974 in Golemo Konjari near Prilep) is a Macedonian retired footballer who was recently coached Macedonian side FK Vardar, after joining them in 2015. He was also played for the Macedonia national football team.
- Razgovor so goce sedloski vo nedela popladne
- Goce Sedloski predstavljen kao trener NK iroki Brijeg
- Club career
- International career
He holds the record for playing more games for Macedonia than any other player. His international career has until yet earned him 100 caps, making him Macedonia's most capped player.
Goce Sedloski predstavljen kao trener NK Široki Brijeg
Sedloski started his professional career at Pobeda Prilep in 1994 and played two seasons for the club before leaving it for Hajduk Split from Croatia. After a season and half, he moved to English club Sheffield Wednesday and returned to Croatia after two half-seasons by signing with Dinamo Zagreb in January 1999. He played for Dinamo until June 2004 and moved then to Japanese club Vegalta Sendai, where he spent one half-season before returning to Dinamo in January 2005. In July 2005, he signed with Turkish club Diyarbakirspor and spent one season with the club before leaving it for SV Mattersburg, where he signed a two-year contract.
Sedloski made his debut for the Macedonian national team in 1996, winning up to this time a total 100 caps and scoring 8 goals.
On 16 August 2006, Sedloski became the first player to score a goal in the Euro 2008 qualifying tournament, when Macedonia beat Estonia 1-0 in Tallinn.