Q&A - Goce Ojleski: “I can't imagine my everyday life without handball“

Goce Ojleski

We continue with interesting Q&A interviews in which handball fans worldwide have the main say.

Goce Ojleski, Eurofarm Pelister's left winger, is the new cover face of our relatively new category. The well-known SEHA face Ojleski is an integral part of the team from Bitola, with 22 goals in 12 appearances this season. Besides these numbers, Ojleski is the one who pushes the team forward with his experience.

His adventure in Bitola is not his first written in the SEHA League. In the season 2013/14 and 2014/15, he was a member of Metalurg from Skopje. He was equally important then, scoring 62 goals in 34 appearances.

How much handball means to him, what interests him outside the handball court and much more, he revealed below.

Get comfortable and listen to Ojleski, always smiling 30-year-old!

How do you feel in Bitola?
Bitola is a lovely city and we receive a great support here from the fans.

What was the first team you played for?
My first team was a hometown club, RK Struga.

When did you start playing handball?
I started playing handball when I was 13 years old.

Will the national team of Northern Macedonia qualify for the World Cup?
Honestly, I believe that we will qualify for the WCh. We have, among other things, our long tradition.

Can you imagine your life without handball?
Handball is a big part of my everyday life. Of course that, at least for now, I can't imagine myself without playing it.

If you weren't a handball player, what would you do for a living?
Together with handball, I studied architecture and honestly, I can see myself in that area.

Who is the G.O.A.T (greatest of all time) of handball?
Of course, our Kiril Lazarov and Ivano Balic.

How are you feeling?

Do you have a dog?
I love animals, but I don't have a dog.