The young football player of Vojvodina, Vladan Novevski, who has so far played for the younger national teams of Northern Macedonia, will be part of Serbia’s U-21 national team in the future.

The new director of the junior categories of the FSS, Nikola Lazetić, recently emphasized that one of the priorities in his work will be the recruitment of players who have great potential and who have not played for any of the FSS’s younger selections so far due to “passports.”

It refers to players from the diaspora who were born abroad and have already played for the national teams of those countries, that is, talented guys who come from the former Yugoslavia. The new name on that list will soon make its debut for Serbia’s young national team (U-21) is Vladan Novevski (generation 2002). Now, it can be said that he is a former member of the junior national team of Northern Macedonia.

– After talking with Nikola Lazetić, I, together with my parents, decided to play for all Northern Macedonia categories after four years to play for Serbia. And I will be honored – said Vladan Novevski, the winger of Vojvodina who recently signed a professional contract with his club.

The talented player points out the reasons why he made this important decision.

– It is simply an assessment that I will have better conditions for development. The trust I have encountered in Serbia’s Football Association guarantees me good work, and I hope for full affirmation. I am a pioneer in Vojvodina, I know many players in the selection, and it is up to me to impose myself with hard work. This way, I would like to thank the Football Association of Northern Macedonia for everything I experienced in the younger selections – Vladan Novevski concluded.