Published on 15 Септември, 2021 in Coaching Staff
Born on 25.03.1971 in Skopje, Macedonia
Coaching Licence: UEFA Pro Licence
In his youth he left to play for Crvena Zvezda (Serbia), and continued his football career in Iraklis (Greece), Trikala (Greece), Slovenian Maribor, Pobeda Prilep, Paniliakos (Greece), Macedonia Gjorce Petrov, Ashdod (Israel), Cementarnica Skopje, again Macedonia Gjorce Petrov and the most trophy winning Macedonian club Vardar for the end of his career as a player.
He started his coaching career in FC Vardar. He was an assistant in the professional staff of the generation that won the championship title in the 2011/12 season.
As head of the professional staff of FC Vardar, he won the MFL championship title for the 2012/13 season and the Super Cup title in the Macedonian league.
In 2014, he was appointed selector of the national team of Macedonia under 21.
Under the leadership of Blagoja Milevski, the Macedonian national team under 21 became the first football team from the country to qualify for a major competition.
Macedonia finished first in the qualifying group and secured a place among the 12 best youth national teams at the European Championship 2017 in Poland in a group with Spain, Portugal, and Serbia.
In 2018, he was the head coach of the Israeli Ashdod. After the termination of the contract with Ashdod, in 2019 he was re-appointed as the selector of the national team of Macedonia under 21.
The Macedonian national team finished the qualifications for the European Championship 2021 in second place, behind Spain and only due to the change in the format of the qualifications, Macedonia was not in the qualifying round for the European Championship.
The Football Federation of Macedonia on August 1, 2021 appointed him as a selector of the A national team of Macedonia.
Under the leadership of Blagoja Milevski, the Macedonian A national team for the first time in football history finished second in a qualifying round for the World Cup.
Macedonia finished the qualifications for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar behind Germany and secured a place in the playoffs for participation in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Awards and recognitions:
Coach of the Year named by the Football Federation of Macedonia for 2013;
Coach of the Year named by the Football Federation of Macedonia for 2016;
Coach of the Year named by the Agency for Youth and Sports for 2016;