Eurovision 2014

Eurovision 2015 and the Handball World Cup! It can only be Daniel Kajmakoski of Macedonia

Danijel Kajmakoski - Handball World Cup. Photo : Facebook

Danijel Kajmakoski – Handball World Cup. Photo : Facebook

What does Eurovision 2015 and The Handball World Cup taking place now in Qatar have in common?

The answer is Daniel Kajmakoski of Macedonia! Aka #Danielkaj as we call him, is a huge supporter of handball and all sports including the Macedonian, Croatian and Bosnian national teams taking part in the Men’s World Cup. Not content to watch the matches on television, the Eurovision 2015 singer has flown to Qatar to support the Balkan countries taking part.

Daniel Kajmakoski - Qatar. Photo : Facebook

Daniel Kajmakoski – Qatar. Photo : Facebook

As you can see from the above picture, Daniel takes his Handball very serious and has always supported his national team/players in the sport.

He is even one of the main singers on the Official anthem for the World Cup itself called ‘Live It’. Also on the track is Eurovision winner Alexander Rybak.

Daniel won the first ever X-Factor Adria last year before he won Skopjefest in November and the right to represent Macedonia at Eurovision 2015. He will be performing the song ‘Esenski Lisja’.

I hope Daniel will not be jumping too much around to the point where he does himself an injury! We have plans for Daniel in Amsterdam and Vienna #JustSaying!

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Eurovision Ireland

 

 

2 replies »

  1. Definitely Daniel is not an everyday person. I wish him a lot of luck in the Eurovision Song Contest. Nice article, but I have a small friendly remark about this next segment “… is a huge supporter of handball and all sports including the Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian national teams taking part in the Men’s World Cup.”. Actually, Serbia is not a participant in this year’s championship and you didn’t mention Macedonia, his home country, which is.

    Best regards and keep up the good work.

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