Mate Shundovski (1936-2006) – photo gallery

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Mate Shundovski was widely known as an avid supporter and leader of several fan groups in Macedonia, especially in handball and football.

Among other things, many remember him as conductor of the so-called “Largest Fan Group Choir in the World”.  During the World Handball Championship in 1974, when former Yugoslavia played and won the world title against Germany, Mate Shundovski and the fans also received a special recognition.

With his baton, Mate Sundovski was a favorite among fans and players of Pelister, Kometal, Rabotnicki and other teams in Macedonia.

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)
Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)

 

Mate Shundovski (1936-2006)
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