|FYR Macedonia U-21||25||6||7||12|
|UEFA Europa League|
|UEFA Intertoto Cup|
Date of birth: 9 April 1962
Playing career: FK Teteks, FK Bregalnica Stip, FK Borec, FK Rad Beograd (twice), FK Vardar, FK Sutjeska, Levadiakos FC, FK Rabotnicki
Coaching career: FK Rabotnicki (twice), FK Pobeda, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Under-21s, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
• A goalkeeper for Teteks, Bregalnica and Borec, Jonuz played in the first division in Yugoslavia with Rad, Vardar and Sutjeska, also having a spell in the Greek top flight wth Levadiakos.
• Hung up his boots in 1996 after a final spell with Rabotnicki to begin the first of two coaching spells with the Skopje club. Won the first of two local Coach of the Year awards in 2000.
• Took his first major trophy as coach of Pobeda, the 2002 Macedonian Cup, and also won a record 14 Prva Liga games in succession while in charge of the Prilep club. Coach of the Year for a second time in 2002.
• Returned for a second spell at Rabotnicki in 2002, taking on dual role in tandem with leading the national U21 team. In charge for three successive UEFA European U21 Championship qualifying tournaments.
• Hired to replace Slovenian Srečko Katanec as coach of the senior national team in May 2009. Took four points from his first two games – home FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Norway (0-0) and Iceland (2-0).
©UEFA.com 1998-2010. All rights reserved.
|28.03.2009||comp_UNDER21||Qualifying round||Greece||3-1 (L)||FYROM|
|05.09.2009||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Scotland||2-0 (L)||FYROM|
|09.09.2009||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Norway||2-1 (L)||FYROM|
|03.09.2010||UEFA European Football Championship||Qualifying round||Slovakia||1-0 (L)||FYROM|
|08.10.2010||UEFA European Football Championship||Qualifying round||Andorra||0-2 (W)||FYROM|
|12.10.2010||UEFA European Football Championship||Qualifying round||FYROM||0-1 (L)||Russia|