|Born||Mar 1, 1942|
|Age||81 years old|
Sokrat Mojsov was a Yugoslav international footballer between 1964-1966, earning three caps in that time. Mojsov spent the majority of his career with Vardar Skopje, a club in North Macedonia, which was playing in the Yugoslav Football League. He was considered one of the best North Macedonian players in the pre-Yugoslav era in 1992. He would play there for over a decade, making over 150 appearances, scoring 55 goals. In 1971, Stade Rennais were on the lookout for a successor their goalscorer André Guy, so they focused their attention on Mojsov. He would spend a single season at Rennes, playing 23 matches in the league, and four others in the different cup competitions. On 21st November 1971, he would write himself into the history books of Stade Rennais scoring a 7-minute hat-trick, after coming on for Terrier at half-time, in a 4-1 win against Reims. At the time, it was equal fastest in the French First Division, a feat which was only bettered by Matt Moussilou in 2005 with Lille. After a decent season, scoring 8 goals for the Breton club, he returned to his original club, Vardar Skopje, where he joined the coaching staff.