Krste Velkoski again in Sarajevo: Happy and proud to wear a jersey of Sarajevo again
28.06.2017 at 14:11h
Twenty-nine-year-old striker Krste Velkoski is the new old player of the Sarajevo Football Club. This Macedonian international, who was wearing Sarajevo’s jersey from 2014 until 2016, returns to the Maroon Club, with which he won the Cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the title of the country's champions. Velkoski scored 31 goals for Sarajevo, and enrolled 21 assistance to the 75 official games, as played by now as he played so far.
"I'm very happy and pleased to be back in the great Maroon family, from which I've never even gone. In Sarajevo, I won two trophies and provided the best games in my entire career. Of course, I hope to continue the good results in the jersey of Sarajevo, because for this club I am bound by the most beautiful emotions and memories," said Velkoski.
Sarajevo was interested in Velkoski several months ago, but then the transfer could not been realized.
"In winter, we were talking about my comeback but unfortunately we could not find an agreement, now we had conversations again and ended up with mutual satisfaction. After playing in Asia, my wish was to return to Europe, and the first club I was thinking about was Sarajevo. I am happy and proud to re-wear the jersey of Sarajevo and play in front of our fans," added Velkoski.
Although he was not physically with his club, Velkoski was following the games of Sarajevo in the past period.
"I've watched almost every game. I am sorry that we did not manage to win at least one trophy. Emotions towards Sarajevo are huge, always present and of course the expectations themselves. First of all, I hope that we will have good games and be back in the fight to win the trophy," Velkoski said.
After the statement above, our new, old striker also spoke about tomorrow's match against FC Zaria Balti in Moldova.
"I am hoping that the club will go further, because the matches in the international competition are something special, especially when we play in front of our fans, at Koševo. I wish the boys a lot of luck and I hope that the match will go well," said Velkoski, who also spoke about the fans of the Sarajevo Football Club.
"They were always with us and even when it is difficult, they provide support. I believe that we will fight the best in every game and be better with them. I am immensely delighted to be back here."