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Thursday, July 31, 2008

BESIKTAS SOCCER ACADEMY IN NEW YORK!


Besiktas soccer team of Turkey will be searching young Turkish American youth prospects in New York.

With the help of BesiktasUSA organization in New York and Istanbulspor's Anual 30Th August Tournament , Besiktas Soccer(football) Academy will be born in the United States.

Besiktas team will be the first team from Turkey that will form a academy in the United States.

Besiktas will be looking for players ages between 6 and 14 years old.

Besiktas Young teams Coordinator Halim Aydin and Youth team coaching director, Coach Mehmet Eksi and Necdet Ergun will be in New York to open the Besiktas soccer Academy.

Former Besiktas players who lives in New York,Ahmet Borutecene and Mustafa Erdogan will be involved with the Besiktas Soccer Academy in New York.

Events will be on 31Th of August, in the August Tournament which is organized anualy by Istanbulspor Club.

BesiktasUSA, President Razi Canikligil said , They will also organized Besiktas USA
GALA PARTY ON THE BOAT IN THE HUDSON RIVER ,ON AUGUST 29TH 2008.
FOR MORE INFORMATION YOU COULD CHECK OUT BESIKTASUSA WEBSITE AND ISTANBULSPOR ABOUT THE BESIKTAS SOCCER ACADEMY,BESIKTAS GALA AND ISTANBULSPOR'S ANNUAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT


http://www.besiktasusa.org/

http://www.istanbulspor.net

Galatasaray sign new keeper

Sevilla goalkeeper Morgan de Sanctis has agreed terms over a move to Galatasaray.
Turkish sources say Galatasaray sports chief Adnan Sezgin finalised terms with both Sevilla and De Sanctis yesterday.

It's understood De Sanctis will receive a £1.1 million salary and Sevilla £800,000 for the Italian's sale.



Source:http://www.tribalfootball.com/

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Fenerbahce win in UCL qualifiers debut

Fenerbahce defeated MTK Budapest 2-0 in first-leg, second round game at the UEFA Champions League qualifiers.


Daniel Guiza couldn't score a goal in Fenerbahce SK 2-0 win over MTK Budapest at UCL qualifiers.


Fenerbahce should have got a wider score since they had at least thirty clear goal chances to defeat a weak Hungarian team. The team had a convincing performance despite some slight changes in the lineup

It is more than evident that coach Luis Aragones forced his players to improve cross, though they are a little bit used to do it because of the many Brazilian players in the team.

Spaniard striker Dani Güiza is well aware his transfer was the most expensive in Turkish soccer history, so he did his best to approach the opponent's goal; although he scored on goal during friendly game against Ucrania's Shakhtar Donesk, it seems he feels compelled to justify such an investment.

According to the game shown on the pitch, Fenerbahce goals would not take long in being celebrated: at minute 16, Roberto Carlos opened the score, then Selcuk Sahin scored the second goal at the 59th minute.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Fenerbahce To Play Against Mtk Budapest In Champions League Second Qualifying Round

Fenerbahce will play against MTK Budapest of Hungary in the first leg of the second qualifying round of the European Champions League.
The match will be played at Istanbul's Sukru Saracoglu Stadium and kick off at 9:00 p.m.

Serge Gumienny of Belgium will referee the match. The assistant referees of the match are Walter Vromans, Mark Simons and Benoni Burie of Belgium.

The second leg will be played at Megyeri Stadium in Budapest on August 6th in which Mark Clattenburg of England will be the referee.

Source: Wires

Friday, July 25, 2008

Besiktas spends 56.7m for transfers

Besiktas soccer club will spende 56.7 million YTL for transfers.

Besiktas will pay 56.7 million YTL for the next five years to the players they have recently transferred. (1 USD = 1.9 YTL)

Besiktas extended contract of Argentinian midfielder Matias Emilio Delgado, re-signed contracts with Turkish defenders Ali Tandogan and Gokhan Zan, and transferred Turkish midfielders Ayhan Tuna Uzumcu, Ekrem Dag and Ugur Inceman, and Czech players Anthony Seric, Tomas Zapotocny and Tomas Sivok.

Delgado is the most expensive player with 2.1 million Euro.
The club will pay a total of 11.2 million Euro for Ekrem, Ugur, Zapotocny and Sivok.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Turkish Bank Asya 1. Division Fixtures 2008-2009


Fixtures of Turkish Bank Asya 1. Division fixtures for 2008-2009 season is out.
Turkish Bank Asya 1. Division will start on 30 August 2008 and will take a break on 21 December. Second half of the season will start on 3 January 2009 and the league matches will finish on 3 May 2009.


1.Week
SAMSUNSPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
BOLUSPOR - MANİSASPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
MALATYASPOR - KARŞIYAKA
KASIMPAŞA - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
ALTAY - KARTALSPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - ORDUSPOR

2.Week
MANİSASPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - MALATYASPOR
ORDUSPOR - BOLUSPOR
KARTALSPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - ALTAY
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - KASIMPAŞA
KARŞIYAKA - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR


3.Week
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
MALATYASPOR - MANİSASPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - BOLUSPOR
ALTAY - KARŞIYAKA
KASIMPAŞA - KARTALSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - ORDUSPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - GİRESUNSPOR

4.Week
BOLUSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
KARTALSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
ORDUSPOR - MALATYASPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - ALTAY
KARŞIYAKA - SAMSUNSPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
GİRESUNSPOR - KASIMPAŞA
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
MANİSASPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR


5.Week
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
ALTAY - MANİSASPOR
MALATYASPOR - BOLUSPOR
KASIMPAŞA - KARŞIYAKA
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - KARTALSPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - ORDUSPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR

6.Week
KARŞIYAKA - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
KARTALSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - MALATYASPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
MANİSASPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
ORDUSPOR - ALTAY
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - KASIMPAŞA
BOLUSPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR


7.Week
KASIMPAŞA - MANİSASPOR
ALTAY - BOLUSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - KARŞIYAKA
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - MALATYASPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - KARTALSPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - ORDUSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - GİRESUNSPOR

8.Week
MANİSASPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
KARŞIYAKA - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - ALTAY
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
BOLUSPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
ORDUSPOR - KASIMPAŞA
KARTALSPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
MALATYASPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR


9.Week
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - MANİSASPOR
KASIMPAŞA - BOLUSPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
ALTAY - MALATYASPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - ORDUSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
KARTALSPOR - GİRESUNSPOR

10.Week
BOLUSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
MANİSASPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
KARŞIYAKA - KARTALSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - ALTAY
MALATYASPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
ORDUSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
GİRESUNSPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - KASIMPAŞA
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR


11.Week
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - MANİSASPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - BOLUSPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - ALTAY
KARTALSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
KASIMPAŞA - MALATYASPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - ORDUSPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR

12.Week
MALATYASPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
BOLUSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
MANİSASPOR - KARTALSPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
ALTAY - SAMSUNSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - KASIMPAŞA
KARŞIYAKA - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ORDUSPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR


13.Week
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
KASIMPAŞA - ALTAY
GİRESUNSPOR - MANİSASPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - BOLUSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - MALATYASPOR
KARŞIYAKA - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
KARTALSPOR - ORDUSPOR

14.Week
ALTAY - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
BOLUSPOR - KARTALSPOR
ORDUSPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
MANİSASPOR - KARŞIYAKA
MALATYASPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - KASIMPAŞA


15.Week
KASIMPAŞA - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - BOLUSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - ALTAY
MANİSASPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - MALATYASPOR
KARŞIYAKA - ORDUSPOR
KARTALSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR

16.Week
KASIMPAŞA - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
ORDUSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
BOLUSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
MALATYASPOR - KARTALSPOR
ALTAY - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
SAMSUNSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - MANİSASPOR


17.Week
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - KASIMPAŞA
KARTALSPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - SAMSUNSPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - BOLUSPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - ALTAY
GİRESUNSPOR - MALATYASPOR
MANİSASPOR - ORDUSPOR
KARŞIYAKA - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR

18.Week
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
KARŞIYAKA - MALATYASPOR
MANİSASPOR - BOLUSPOR
KARTALSPOR - ALTAY
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
ORDUSPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - KASIMPAŞA


19.Week
KASIMPAŞA - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - MANİSASPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
SAMSUNSPOR - KARTALSPOR
BOLUSPOR - ORDUSPOR
ALTAY - GİRESUNSPOR
MALATYASPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR

20.Week
ORDUSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
MANİSASPOR - MALATYASPOR
KARŞIYAKA - ALTAY
GİRESUNSPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
KARTALSPOR - KASIMPAŞA
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
BOLUSPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR


21.Week
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - MANİSASPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - BOLUSPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - KARTALSPOR
ALTAY - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
MALATYASPOR - ORDUSPOR
KASIMPAŞA - GİRESUNSPOR

22.Week
GİRESUNSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
BOLUSPOR - MALATYASPOR
KARTALSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
MANİSASPOR - ALTAY
KARŞIYAKA - KASIMPAŞA
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ORDUSPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR


23.Week
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - MANİSASPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - BOLUSPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - KARŞIYAKA
KASIMPAŞA - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - KARTALSPOR
MALATYASPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - GİRESUNSPOR
ALTAY - ORDUSPOR

24.Week
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
BOLUSPOR - ALTAY
ORDUSPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
KARŞIYAKA - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
MANİSASPOR - KASIMPAŞA
KARTALSPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
MALATYASPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR


25.Week
SAMSUNSPOR - BOLUSPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - MANİSASPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - KARTALSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - KARŞIYAKA
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - MALATYASPOR
ALTAY - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
KASIMPAŞA - ORDUSPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR

26.Week
ORDUSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - KARTALSPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
MALATYASPOR - ALTAY
MANİSASPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
KARŞIYAKA - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
BOLUSPOR - KASIMPAŞA


27.Week
ALTAY - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - BOLUSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - MANİSASPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - MALATYASPOR
KARTALSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
KASIMPAŞA - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - ORDUSPOR

28.Week
KARŞIYAKA - GİRESUNSPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
ORDUSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - KARTALSPOR
BOLUSPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - SAMSUNSPOR
ALTAY - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
MANİSASPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR
MALATYASPOR - KASIMPAŞA


29.Week
KASIMPAŞA - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - BOLUSPOR
KARTALSPOR - MANİSASPOR
SAMSUNSPOR - ALTAY
GİRESUNSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - MALATYASPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - ORDUSPOR

30.Week
MANİSASPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - KARŞIYAKA
ORDUSPOR - KARTALSPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
MALATYASPOR - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
SAMSUNSPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
ALTAY - KASIMPAŞA
BOLUSPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR


31.Week
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
KARTALSPOR - BOLUSPOR
KASIMPAŞA - SAMSUNSPOR
KARŞIYAKA - MANİSASPOR
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - ALTAY
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - MALATYASPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - ORDUSPOR

32.Week
SAMSUNSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
BOLUSPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
ORDUSPOR - KARŞIYAKA
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - KARTALSPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - MANİSASPOR
ALTAY - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - KASIMPAŞA
MALATYASPOR - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR


33.Week
GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR - KASIMPAŞA
MANİSASPOR - DİYARBAKIRSPOR
KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR - KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR
KARŞIYAKA - BOLUSPOR
SAKARYASPOR A.Ş. - SAMSUNSPOR
ADANASPOR A.Ş. - ALTAY
KARTALSPOR - MALATYASPOR
GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR - ORDUSPOR
GİRESUNSPOR - ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR

34.Week
DİYARBAKIRSPOR - GAZİANTEP B.Ş. BLD.SPOR
MALATYASPOR - GİRESUNSPOR
BOLUSPOR - GÜNGÖREN BELEDİYESPOR
ÇAYKUR RİZESPOR - KARŞIYAKA
SAMSUNSPOR - ADANASPOR A.Ş.
KARDEMİR D.Ç. KARABÜKSPOR - KARTALSPOR
ORDUSPOR - MANİSASPOR
KASIMPAŞA - SAKARYASPOR A.Ş.
ALTAY - KAYSERİ ERCİYESSPOR

Source:TFF

Turkish Turkcell Super League Fixtures 2008-20009


The Turkcell Super League 2008-2009 soccer season will kick-off on August 22nd.


The Turkcell Super League will start on 22 August 2008 and the winter holiday will begin on 25 December after Week 17. The second half of the season will start on 23 January and the league will end on 31 May 2009.


1.Week
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
SİVASSPOR - KAYSERİSPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - DENİZLİSPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - KOCAELİSPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
GAZİANTEPSPOR - FENERBAHÇE
KONYASPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
HACETTEPE - BURSASPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

2.Week
FENERBAHÇE - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
KAYSERİSPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - KONYASPOR
BURSASPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - HACETTEPE
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - GAZİANTEPSPOR
KOCAELİSPOR - SİVASSPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.


3.Week
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
KAYSERİSPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
KONYASPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
HACETTEPE - FENERBAHÇE
GAZİANTEPSPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
SİVASSPOR - BURSASPOR
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

4.Week
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
KOCAELİSPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
FENERBAHÇE - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - KONYASPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - GAZİANTEPSPOR
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - HACETTEPE
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - SİVASSPOR
BURSASPOR - KAYSERİSPOR


5.Week
KAYSERİSPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
GAZİANTEPSPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
HACETTEPE - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - KONYASPOR
SİVASSPOR - FENERBAHÇE
KOCAELİSPOR - BURSASPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

6.Week
BURSASPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
DENİZLİSPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
KONYASPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - GAZİANTEPSPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - HACETTEPE
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
FENERBAHÇE - KAYSERİSPOR
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - SİVASSPOR


7.Week
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
BURSASPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
HACETTEPE - DENİZLİSPOR
GAZİANTEPSPOR - KONYASPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
SİVASSPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
KOCAELİSPOR - FENERBAHÇE
KAYSERİSPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

8.Week
KONYASPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
FENERBAHÇE - BURSASPOR
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - GAZİANTEPSPOR
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - KOCAELİSPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - HACETTEPE
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - SİVASSPOR
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - KAYSERİSPOR


9.Week
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
KAYSERİSPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - GAZİANTEPSPOR
SİVASSPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
HACETTEPE - KONYASPOR
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - FENERBAHÇE
KOCAELİSPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
BURSASPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

10.Week
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - BURSASPOR
KONYASPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
FENERBAHÇE - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
GAZİANTEPSPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - HACETTEPE
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - KOCAELİSPOR
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - KAYSERİSPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - SİVASSPOR


11.Week
KAYSERİSPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
BURSASPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
KOCAELİSPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
HACETTEPE - GAZİANTEPSPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
SİVASSPOR - KONYASPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
FENERBAHÇE - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

12.Week
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - FENERBAHÇE
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - HACETTEPE
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
GAZİANTEPSPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
DENİZLİSPOR - BURSASPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - KOCAELİSPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - SİVASSPOR
KONYASPOR - KAYSERİSPOR


13.Week
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
BURSASPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - HACETTEPE
SİVASSPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
KOCAELİSPOR - KONYASPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
FENERBAHÇE - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
KAYSERİSPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ

14.Week
DENİZLİSPOR - FENERBAHÇE
HACETTEPE - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
KONYASPOR - BURSASPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - KOCAELİSPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - SİVASSPOR
GAZİANTEPSPOR - KAYSERİSPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.


15.Week
FENERBAHÇE - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
SİVASSPOR - HACETTEPE
KOCAELİSPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - DENİZLİSPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
KAYSERİSPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
BURSASPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - KONYASPOR

16.Week
KONYASPOR - FENERBAHÇE
DENİZLİSPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
GAZİANTEPSPOR - BURSASPOR
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
HACETTEPE - KAYSERİSPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - SİVASSPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.


17.Week
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
KOCAELİSPOR - HACETTEPE
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - DENİZLİSPOR
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - KONYASPOR
SİVASSPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
BURSASPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
KAYSERİSPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
FENERBAHÇE - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.

18.Week
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - KONYASPOR
FENERBAHÇE - GAZİANTEPSPOR
BURSASPOR - HACETTEPE
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
KAYSERİSPOR - SİVASSPOR
KOCAELİSPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ


19.Week
GAZİANTEPSPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - DENİZLİSPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - KAYSERİSPOR
HACETTEPE - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
SİVASSPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - BURSASPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - FENERBAHÇE
KONYASPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.

20.Week
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
DENİZLİSPOR - KONYASPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - GAZİANTEPSPOR
FENERBAHÇE - HACETTEPE
KOCAELİSPOR - KAYSERİSPOR
BURSASPOR - SİVASSPOR


21.Week
SİVASSPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
KONYASPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - KOCAELİSPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - DENİZLİSPOR
KAYSERİSPOR - BURSASPOR
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
GAZİANTEPSPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - FENERBAHÇE
HACETTEPE - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

22.Week
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
KONYASPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
DENİZLİSPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - HACETTEPE
BURSASPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - KAYSERİSPOR
FENERBAHÇE - SİVASSPOR


23.Week
KOCAELİSPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
GAZİANTEPSPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - BURSASPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - KONYASPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
KAYSERİSPOR - FENERBAHÇE
HACETTEPE - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
SİVASSPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

24.Week
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - BURSASPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
KONYASPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - HACETTEPE
FENERBAHÇE - KOCAELİSPOR
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - SİVASSPOR
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - KAYSERİSPOR


25.Week
HACETTEPE - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - DENİZLİSPOR
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - KONYASPOR
SİVASSPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
BURSASPOR - FENERBAHÇE
KAYSERİSPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
GAZİANTEPSPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
KOCAELİSPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

26.Week
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
GAZİANTEPSPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - BURSASPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - KOCAELİSPOR
KONYASPOR - HACETTEPE
FENERBAHÇE - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - KAYSERİSPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - SİVASSPOR


27.Week
KAYSERİSPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
SİVASSPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - KONYASPOR
HACETTEPE - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
BURSASPOR - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - FENERBAHÇE
KOCAELİSPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

28.Week
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - FENERBAHÇE
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - BURSASPOR
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
GAZİANTEPSPOR - HACETTEPE
DENİZLİSPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - KAYSERİSPOR
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
KONYASPOR - SİVASSPOR


29.Week
KOCAELİSPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - GAZİANTEPSPOR
BURSASPOR - DENİZLİSPOR
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
KAYSERİSPOR - KONYASPOR
SİVASSPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.
FENERBAHÇE - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
HACETTEPE - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.

30.Week
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - FENERBAHÇE
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - BURSASPOR
HACETTEPE - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
KONYASPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
GAZİANTEPSPOR - SİVASSPOR
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - KAYSERİSPOR


31.Week
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - HACETTEPE
FENERBAHÇE - DENİZLİSPOR
KAYSERİSPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
SİVASSPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
BURSASPOR - KONYASPOR
KOCAELİSPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.

32.Week
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - FENERBAHÇE
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - BURSASPOR
GAZİANTEPSPOR - KOCAELİSPOR
KONYASPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - KAYSERİSPOR
HACETTEPE - SİVASSPOR
DENİZLİSPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.


33.Week
ANKARASPOR A.Ş. - ANTALYASPOR A.Ş.
BURSASPOR - GAZİANTEPSPOR
MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ - DENİZLİSPOR
KAYSERİSPOR - HACETTEPE
FENERBAHÇE - KONYASPOR
BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. - GALATASARAY A.Ş.
SİVASSPOR - GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ
KOCAELİSPOR - BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR
ESKİŞEHİRSPOR - TRABZONSPOR A.Ş.

34.Week
DENİZLİSPOR - BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş.
ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. - MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ
TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. - FENERBAHÇE
BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR - BURSASPOR
HACETTEPE - KOCAELİSPOR
GAZİANTEPSPOR - ESKİŞEHİRSPOR
GALATASARAY A.Ş. - SİVASSPOR
GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ - KAYSERİSPOR
KONYASPOR - ANKARASPOR A.Ş.


Sorce: TFF

EMRE BELEZOGLU SIGN WITH FENERBAHCE



After doing his duty in the Turkish Army for short time of period, Emre officially signed with Fenerbahce Today.

According to the Fenerbahce club, he signed on for four year deal.

At a signing ceremony Emre said""For many years I have tried to represent Turkish football in Europe. I am very happy to have come to Fenerbahce and I hope I will serve this club for years,"

Emre He had a four-year spell at Inter Milan before joining Newcastle in 2005.

What's so interesting about this transfer, Emre was discovered by Galatasaray and played for Galatasaray.

Now, most likely he will end his career at rivals Fenerbahce.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

IT IS OFFICIAL!.....Fernando Meira joins Galatasaray


Photo by Galatasaray.org

IT IS OFFICIAL!.....Fernando Meira joins Galatasaray!...

Turkish giants Galatasaray have added another player to their squad as defender Fernando Meira will be spending the next four seasons at the club.

Recently it was revealed that Meira was on his way out at German side VfB Stuttgart, where he played the last six and a half seasons.

Galatasaray have been working hard to improve their selection for the coming season.

Did Galatasaray sign Fernando Meira ?....


Earlier, in this blog, according to Turkish media and Galatasaray officials announcements, I thought Galatasaray really signed Fernando Meira .

But it turns out the deal is not done yet!...

According to British media, Stuggart claim Tottenham have moved for Meira!....

Stuttgart sports director Horst Heldt has stated that Tottenham are the only club to have contacted the club about the portugese defender.

"Up until now, only Tottenham have contacted us," Heldt told Stuttgarter Zeitung.

"We have only learned from the media about the alleged interest from Galatasaray and Panathinaikos. "


If this is Truth, it will be another disaster for Turkish media and Galatasaray team.

Fernando Meira signs with Galatasaray


Galatasaray signed a deal with Portuguese player Fernando Meira for three years

Galatasaray administrator Haldun Üstünel said,“We are working to transfer players who will contribute to the team. We have agreed on all issues with Meira,”

Meira will join Galatasaray team in Germany , where Galatasaray currently training.


Who is Fernando Meira?

Sunday, July 20, 2008

SIVASSPOR UEFA CUP DREAM MIGHT BE OVER!....


Two huge goal keeper mistakes cost the match for Sivasspor.
Sivasspor 0-2 Braga

Portuguese outfit Braga secured a 2-0 victory over Sivasspor.
Austria international Roland Linz gave them the lead on the stroke of half-time, before Brazilian defender Moises ensured that they will take a crucial lead into the return leg next week when he grabbed a second with 12 minutes remaining.
Both of the goal was a huge mistake by Sivasspor third string keeper Volkan Unlu.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Galatasaray coach Skibbe under pressure

Galatasaray coach Michael Skibbe finds himself under pressure as the strikers and defense players he sought on his first day with the club have not yet been transferred.



The German coach stressed that they have to replace the positions normally filled by former striker Hakan Sukur and defense player Rigobert Song as soon as possible.

Skibbe is also concerned at not having Galatasaray’s Turkish national team players, who have been on break since Euro 2008, at the team’s training camp. For this reason he invited the players of the under-20 squad to the training sessions of the senior team.

The young coach was relieved when the national players and new transfer from Liverpool Harry Kewell participated in Galatasaray’s training camp in Antalya on July 11. However difficult days lie ahead for the German coach, as Servet Cetin, Hasan Sas and Emre Gungor, who were in the first 11 last year, remain on the injured list. Another obstacle Skibbe faces is the fact that he only has Hakan Balta, Emre Asik, Sabri Sarioğlu to play defense.

As a result, he finds himself unable to run a successful training camp prior to the Champions League elimination match on Aug. 11.

After Skibbe explained that the players to be transferred should be with the team at the training camp as soon as possible, Galatasaray General Manager Adnan Sezgin said they were about to end the search for new signings, adding: “Transferring good players is not easy, but hopefully we will announce at least one or two transfers next week.”

Galatasaray, which has long been looking for a defense player due to problems with its defense block, has received bad news from Australian Lucas Neill, who decided against coming to Turkey at the last minute.

Meanwhile, it is reported that Galatasaray is interested in Besiktas’s Ibrahim Toraman, who was relegated from the Besiktas squad after a confrontation with the team’s captain, Ibrahim Uzulmez.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

GUIZA OFFICIALLY SIGN WITH FENERBAHCE!...



Photo and source of the news, courtesy of www.fenerbahce.org

GUIZA OFFICIALLY SIGN WITH FENERBAHCE!
WATCH THE VIDEO BY LIGTV.COM.TR....BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW....

http://www.ligtv.com.tr/VideoHaber/?c=2&r=1&hid=40896

Daniel Guiza, the top scorer in Spanish soccer league La Liga as a Real Mallorca player last season, officially joined Turkish Super League team Fenerbahce on Tuesday.
Guiza signed a 4-year contract with Fenerbahce.


"I really hope our fans will like me and the way I play and score. It is a pleasure to be here in Istanbul, joining such a great team. I really want to thank our directors for letting me wear the precious Fenerbahce kit. My only wish is to meet your expectations. I promise not to let our fans down. I cannot wait for the season to start, and I'm really very excited.', told the Spanish star Daniel Gonzalez Güiza at the signing ceremony in Kadikoy as he signed a four-year contract.

'I'm here to lead Fenerbahce to great victories. Fenerbahce is so amazing. Look at their huge success in the UEFA Champions League! I will do my utmost. Also it is a great honour for me to work with Aragonés.'


'I'm at the top of my career, and my destiny is now to be a part of this fascinating club.'

'We want to win the Turkish title as well as the European title. I think I might be able to score more than 27 goals. I'm here to make a history.'

'Ugur and Alex are very talented footballers. We all know how qualified Roberto Carlos is. I'm sure he will help me a lot.'

Monday, July 14, 2008

HAKAN SUKUR TRANSFER TO TORONTO IS BOGUS!

Toronto FC soccer club from MLS league did not offer anything to Hakan Sukur.

After the bogus news broke in Turkey, I had to do some home work.

So, I called Toronto Team Manager( Team Operations) Earl Cochrane, And asked him if there was any offer on be half of Toronto FC to Hakan Sukur!...

He said " Not did I know!....He said this is just a Rumor...we did not make any offer to Hakan Sukur"


So, All my my friends in the Turkish Soccer media,once again came up with bogus news about Hakan Sukur!...

I wonder who is the source for this bogus rumor news?

Does any body know?....

Please let me know!....


AHMET TURGUT

Daniel Güiza in Istanbul!....



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Sunday, July 13, 2008

SIVASSPOR IN THE HISTORY BOOKS!....


Sivasspor 1 - 0 Grbalj Radanovici

First time ever City of Sivas, Turkey and Sivasspor hosted a International match on their own soil, 4 Eylul Stadium on Sunday and they advance to the third round in the UEFA's Intertoto Cup.

Mamadou Diallo's goal seven minutes left in the match against Grbalj Radanovici gave Sivasspor to move on in this tournament. They are one round away from UEFA Cup Tournament.

After the match coach Bulent Uygun said this "Today we played good football although we wasted many opportunities ,Nevertheless, it is nice to win at home in front of our fans.

Next week, we play [SC] Braga here and with their support our goal is to qualify for the UEFA Cup. We have the strength and ambition to achieve this."

Saturday, July 12, 2008

HISTORY IN SIVAS!


First time ever City of Sivas, Turkey and Sivasspor will host a International match on their own soil, 4 Eylul Stadium on Sunday.

This is great for city of Sivas and Sivaspor soccer fans.

Although it is UEFA's Intertoto Cup tournament but, it is a good thing for Sivas.

After having had a glittering season last year, Sivasspor is now on the European stage. Bülent Uygun's side holds the advantage after a 2-2 away draw and is relying on its home crowd, which will experience an unprecedented Intertoto Cup tie this Sunday



Balili back

<span style="font-style:italic;">Goal Keepers Petkovic and the suspended Akin Vardar will both sit out Sunday's match, meaning a likely start for Volkan Ünlü, while key midfielder Mohamed Ali Kurtulus underwent knee surgery a few days ago. However, defender Abdurrahman Dereli is likely to return. Israel striker Pini Balili returned last week for his first game since suffering a serious shoulder injury against Galatasaray in December.

Friday, July 11, 2008

FIST FIGHT IN BESIKTAS CAMP!...














TWO IBRAHIMS AND TWO CAPTAINS OF BESIKTAS FIST FIGHT IN THE AUSTRIA CAMP!


Older Ibrahim Uzulmez and Younger Ibrahim Toraman fist fought over a sandels that Toraman wore to the team dinner!...



They are both idiots............

So,after the ugly scene, Besiktas board met at and discuss the fate of the two players after their unsportsmanlike behavior. A statement made after the meeting said the board has decided to sell the two players and impose a fine of YTL 150,000 on each of them.The Eagles, will be training in Austria until July 16.

Besiktas decided to part ways with captain İbrahim Toraman and second captain İbrahim Üzülmez for their imvolvement in a serious fist fight at the team’s training camp in Austria.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

EVERTON AFTER MEHMET TOPAL!.,..


EVERTON are considering a move for Turkey international Mehmet Topal.

The 22-year-old, who plays for Galatasaray, made four appearances for his country during their run to the semi-finals of Euro 2008.

Topal joined Galatasaray in September 2006 and made 26 starts last season as they won Turkey’s Süper Lig for the 17th time.

Everton has to deal with Galatasaray first because he has a contract until 2013.

Aurelio to Real Betis ?.....

Real Betis have agreed to sign Brazilian-born Turkey midfielder Mehmet Aurelio who was out of contract with Fenerbahce, the Primera Liga club said on Wednesday.

The 30-year-old, who represented Turkey at Euro 2008 and who has 23 caps, will take a medical on Thursday before completing the move, Betis said on their website.


Spanish media reported he would sign a three-year deal, and he will become the Seville-based club's first new recruit of the close season.

Aurelio joined Fenerbahce from Trabzonspor in 2003 and helped them to three league titles. In 2006 he gained Turkish citizenship and became the first non-Turkish born player to represent the national side.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

ROBERTO CARLOS TO CHELSEA?

According to British media report Roberto Carlos who plays for Fenerbahce ,is winking to move to Chelsea....

Roberto Carlos has told Chelsea he would be ‘very attracted’ if they were to come knocking for his services.

Carlos was a key part of Luiz Felipe Scolari’s World Cup-winning Brazilian side back in 2002 and, after the arrival of Deco, it appears the new Blues boss is keen to recruit one or two faces he has worked with in the past.

Furthermore, following the capture of Jose Bosingwa – as well as Deco - Scolari seems intent on signing players who have experience of winning The Champions League, a trophy Carlos has won three times.

The 35-year-old admits he is yet to be contacted by a Chelsea official, but he would be interested should they seek his signature.

“I am content at Fenerbahce, but I am a man who likes challenges and a move to Chelsea would be very attractive,” said Roberto Carlos in the Daily Star.

“I understand that Felipe wants people with him who he has confidence in and who he knows.

“As yet I have not spoken to him since he has arrived at Chelsea.”

Fenerbahce sign Spain striker Guiza

Real Mallorca have confirmed striker Dani Guiza has left the club to join Turkish side Fenerbahce.

The 27-year-old joined Mallorca from Primera Liga rivals Getafe last summer and netted 27 goals last season to finish as the leading scorer in the Primera Liga.

That form helped the striker win a place in Spain's successful Euro 2008 squad under coach Luis Aragones, who will be his new boss at Fener.

Guiza will travel to Istanbul on Monday to put pen to paper on a four-year contract with the Turkish side.

Neither club disclosed details of the transfer fee for the former Getafe frontman, who netted his first two international goals at the European Championships as Spain secured the country's first major trophy for 44 years.

Guiza netted in the group game against Greece and the semi-final triumph over Russia en
route to glory in Austria.

KEWELL : ´GALATASARAY MOVE NOT DISRESPECTFUL´

New Galatasaray signing Harry Kewell has defended his move to Istanbul, stressing it is not disrespectful to the two Leeds fans who were killed in the city eight years ago.

On Saturday the former Liverpool winger´s transfer to the Turkish club was confirmed, sparking criticism that he should have considered the deaths of Christopher Loftus and Kevin Speight prior to their UEFA Cup semi-final with Galatasaray in 2000.

"My love and respect for Leeds United and what the club has done for me will never change, no matter what anyone says about me and whatever their motives are," said Kewell in an open letter to Leeds fans, sent to Sky Sports.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Blatter: Dogan's legacy will live on


FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter has praised Hasan Dogan's contribution to football in a heartfelt letter after learning of his sudden death on Saturday.

The president of the Turkey FA suffered a heart attack during a lunchtime meeting with national team coach Fatih Terim and TFF board member Levent Kazil in Mugla and later died in hospital. He was 52.

His death came just over a week after Turkey's run to the semi-finals of UEFA EURO 2008 and has left the FIFA President shocked and saddened by the news. However, Blatter believes that Dogan's legacy to the game of football will live on.

He wrote: "We will remember his vast experience and know-how, his determination to develop the game as well as his unique personality. Being a thorough idealist Hasan Dogan managed to position not only Turkish club football but also the Turkish national team on an international level in only a few months at the helm of the TFF.

"We will retain fond memories of an accomplished leader and an extraordinary man whose great human qualities ensured that he left an indelible mark on the game of football, not only in helping to develop football in Turkey but also around the world.".

Dogan was elected to the presidency of the TFF in February having previously worked as vice-president between 2004 and 2006. Flags at the home of FIFA in Zurich will be flown at half-mast as a mark of respect.


Source:Fifa

Turkey mourns as it bids farewell to its football federation chief

Hasan Dogan, the head of the Turkish Football Federation (TFF), who died of a heart attack at the weekend, was laid to rest in Istanbul on Monday.

A ceremony was held to commemorate Dogan at the TFF facilities in Istanbul's Levent district. Hundreds, including many statesmen and sportsmen, attended the ceremony.

He was laid to rest after a funeral ceremony at Fatih Mosque.

Turkish President Abdullah Gul, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, Parliament Speaker Koksal Toptan were among the attendees in the funeral ceremony.

Dogan, 52, died on Saturday after suffering a heart attack while holidaying in the southwest of Turkey. He was having a meal with national coach Fatih Terim in the popular resort of Bodrum when he was hospitalized after suffering a cardiac arrest.

Dogan, a prominent businessman, had been the head of the federation since February this year and last month saw the national team make it to the semi-finals of the Euro 2008 championships for the first time ever.

Dogan leaves behind a wife and two children.

WHO IS HASAN DOGAN?
Doğan, born in Kastamonu in 1956, was a graduate of mechanical engineering from Yıldız Technical University. He studied English in the United Kingdom, and worked in marketing before founding his own men's wear company in 1988. He was also a member of the Turkish Olympic Committee, or TMOK. Doğan served as president of the TFF for five months, having been elected to the post in February. Previously he had been vice president under Levent Bıçakcı between 2004 and 2006. His death comes little over a week after Turkey's superb run at EURO 2008 culminated in a thrilling semifinal against Germany.

WHO WILL TAKE HIS PLACE?..
Following Doğan's death, the TFF will now have to convene an emergency congress to elect a new chief. Article 7 of the TFF law stipulates that in case of death or resignation of the TFF president, a vice chairman or, if there are no vice chairmen, one of the board members becomes the acting president responsible for holding new elections in three months' time. Until the election, Lütfi Arıboğan or Mahmut Özgener will be the acting president.


Source:AA News

Lucas Neill to Galatsaray?


Lucas Neill may follow Harry Kewell to Turkish giants Galatasaray, with reports the club is set to launch a massive bid for the West Ham defender.

Neill, who has taken the captain’s armband since joining West Ham from Blackburn, is on a bumper contract at the club worth around $170,000 a week.

But England’s Daily Mail newspaper reports the Hammers need to cut their wage bill, and could sell Neill after recruiting 17-year-old Icelandic defender Homar Orn Eyjolfsson.

The Mail suggests Galatasaray will launch a bid for Neill, but the player’s Australian agent Paddy Dominguez says Neill is unlikely to leave West Ham.

“It doesn’t make sense that a manager who brought Lucas to the club and has installed him as captain would look to sell him,” Dominguez told The Australian.

“It would be very strange. Lucas’ relationship with Alan Curbishley is good and he is relishing the role of captain.”

Meanwhile, more light has been shed on the reasons behind Kewell’s move to Galatasaray, which raised eyebrows after the attacking midfielder rejected offers from English Premier League club Portsmouth and Italian club Roma.

Kewell’s manager Bernie Mandic indicated the other clubs – also reported to include Scotland’s Celtic and Spain’s Valencia – had only offered contracts with specific injury clauses.

Kewell’s career has been dogged by injury since his switch from Leeds United to Liverpool in 2003.

“Galatasaray is the best club for him,” Mandic told News Limited. “Other clubs who were chasing him put up ridiculous health conditions.”

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Turkish football federation chief dies after heart attack


The head of the Turkish Football Federation died on Saturday after suffering a heart attack while vacationing in the southwest of Turkey, the federation said.

Hasan Dogan, 52, was having a meal with national coach Fatih Terim in the popular resort of Bodrum when he was hospitalized with a cardiac arrest, said a statement on the federation's Internet site.


Dogan,had been the head of the federation since February this year and last month saw the national team make it to the semi-finals of the Euro 2008 championships for the first time ever.


He was married with two children.


Source:Turkishpress

Friday, July 4, 2008

Aragones officially sign as Fenerbahce coach

ARAGONES TALKS TO FENERBAHCE TEAM CAPTAIN ALEX ...(Photos: Courtsy of Fenerbahce.org)




ARAGONES TALKS TO TEAM OFFICIAL MAHMUT USLU......



Former Spain coach Luis Aragones had a three-hour meeting with Fenerbahce officials on Friday.

Aragones is expected to finalize a two-year coaching contract with Fenerbahce ahead of an official signing ceremony on Saturday.

The 69-year-old Aragones also toured the Istanbul club's Sukru Saracoglu stadium.

"I will direct the matches in the best possible way with calm," the club's official Web site quoted Aragones as saying. "As Fenerbahce, we are aiming to win all of the titles in all competitions."

Vicente del Bosque is expected to take over Spain after Aragones' decision to leave despite leading the country to the European Championship title, its first major trophy in 44 years.

Kewell joins Galatasaray!....






KEWELL IS IN ISTANBUL......

Australia international Harry Kewell has signed a three-year contract with Turkish champions Galatasaray, the club have claimed.

However, there remains some confusion over the conclusion of the deal as Kewell's agent Bernie Mandic has said the announcement is premature.

The 29-year-old turned down a contract offer with Liverpool in May and entered the current transfer window as a free agent, with many clubs across Europe chasing his services.

Kewell was linked with Portsmouth, Fulham, Celtic and Roma but Galatasaray have announced his signing on their website.

Mandic, though, insists that nothing has been finalised.

'We have not finalised a deal for Harry and it's down to two possibilities,' he told Australian FourFourTwo.

'People will be notified if and when Harry decides on one of the options which may be around noon on Saturday European time.

'We will not make any other comments until then.'


Source:Wires

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Aragones set to take over Fenerbahce


Spain coach Luis Aragones, who stepped down after the team's recent Euro 2008 triumph, is set to become manager in Turkey's top club level with Fenerbahce, the club announced Thursday.

Aragones, 69, became the oldest manager to win a Euro crown. He was with Spain since 2004. The former Spanish international coached a number of major teams in Spain, including Barcelona, before becoming coach of the national team.

He will replace Brazilian Zico, who coached Fenerbahce the last two seasons.

Fenerbahce, a regular in the Champions League, opens the tournament this season in the second qualifying round, which starts at the end of July.

A HUGE HONOR FOR NIHAT!...




MASTER SHOOTER NIHAT!...

Turkish International Player Nihat Kahveci and Villarreal CF striker reveals some of his secrets exclusively on the UEFA Training Ground as he offers a guide to first-time shooting.

In his step-by-step guide, Nihat, shows in Spanish, how too improve goalscoring ability, focusing on both technical and mental areas.


If I remember correctly, Nihat, will be the first ever, Turkish player or person to be featured on UEFA's Training Ground website. This is a huge Honor for Nihat and Turkish Football(soccer), in my opinion.

I am really proud of Nihat!....

UEFA imposes €35.000 fine on Turkish President


UEFA imposed €35.000 fine on Turkish President Abdullah Gul and the delegation because of going to dressing room of Turkish team after matches.

Cem Akdag, Turkey Football Federation Responsible Person on Accredited Issues stated that the delegation led by Abdullah Gul arrived at dressing room after matches to congratulate the team on the victory and UEFA estimated it as illegality and imposed a fine on them.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

EURO 2008 INTERESTING STATS!...



What Clubs and Leagues did the Goals Come From?



# Goals/Club/Players:

8 - Bayern Munich (Lukas Podolski, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm)
5 - Valencia CF (David Villa, David Silva)
4 - Fenerbahçe (Semih Şentürk, Uğur Boral)
4 - Real Madrid (Ruud van Nistelrooy, Arjen Robben, Pepe)
3 - Liverpool (Fernando Torres, Dirk Kuyt)
3 - BSC Young Boys (Hakan Yakin)
3 - Spartak Moscow (Roman Pavlyuchenko)
3 - Arsenal (Robin van Persie, Cesc Fàbregas)
3 - Zenit St. Petersburg (Andrei Arshavin, Konstantin Zyrianov)
2 - FC Porto (Ricardo Quaresma, Raul Meireles)
2 - 1. FC Nuremberg (Jan Koller, Angelos Charisteas)
2 - FC Barcelona (Deco, Xavi)
2 - A.S. Roma (Daniel De Rossi, Christian Panucci)
2 - RCD Mallorca (Dani Güiza)
2 - Werder Bremen (Ivan Klasnić)
2 - Inter Milan (Zlatan Ibrahimović)
2 - Villareal (Nihat Kahveci)
2 - Chelsea (Michael Ballack)
1 - Baník Ostrava (Václav Svěrkoš)
1 - LASK Linz (Ivica Vastić)
1 - Ajax (Klaas Jan Huntelaar)
1 - Getafe CF (Ruben de la Red)
1 - Panathinaikos (Helder Postiga)
1 - Hamburger SV (Ivica Olić)
1 - FC Lokomotiv Moscow (Dmitri Torbinski)
1 - S.L. Benfica (Nuno Gomes)
1 - Legia Warsaw (Roger Guerreiro)
1 - AC Milan (Andrea Pirlo)
1 - Fiorentina (Adrian Mutu)
1 - CA Osasuna (Jaroslav Plašil)
1 - F.C. Copenhagen (Libor Sionko)
1 - Stade Rennais (Petter Hansson)
1 - Manchester United (Cristiano Ronaldo)
1 - Shakhtar Donetsk (Darijo Srna)
1 - Feyenoord (Giovanni van Bronckhorst)
1 - Dinamo Zagreb (Luka Modrić)

Euro 2008 Goals By League

17 - Spain La Liga
13 - German Bundesliga
9 - English Premier League
7 - Russian Premier League
6 - Italian Serie A
4 - Turkcell Süper Lig
3 - Swiss Super League
3 - Portugal BWINLIGA
2 - Dutch Eredivisie
1 - Czech Gambrinus liga
1 - Austrian Bundesliga
1 - Super League Greece
1 - Danish Superliga
1 - Polish Orange Ekstraklasa
1 - France Ligue 1 Orange
1 - Ukrainian Premier League
1 - Croatia Prva HNL


Interestingly, some of the most represented clubs in the tournament ended with zero goal contributing players.

Clubs with a least 5 players represented with no Euro 2008 Goals:

11- Lyon
7 - Red Bull Salzburg
6 - Steaua Bucureşti
5 - CSKA Moscow
5 - Juventus
5 - Rapid Wien
5 - Stuttgart

Source:www.Thebesteleven.com

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Fenerbahce to play MTK in CL qualifying

Fenerbahce football(soccer) club will play Hungary's MTK Budapest in the second qualifying round in the UEFA Champions League.

Last season's quarterfinalist Fenerbahce was drawn Tuesday to begin its 2008-09 Champions League campaign against Hungarian champion MTK.

A total of 42 clubs from across Europe were included in the draw for the first two qualifying rounds of the continent's most prestigious club competition.

Fenerbahce was one of the most glamorous names in Friday's draw after finishing second in the Turkish league last season and reaching the last eight of the Champions League for the first time.

It lost 3-2 on aggregate against eventual runner-up Chelsea, and said last week it had reached an agreement with Spain's European Championship-winning coach Luis Aragones, after former Brazil international Zico left the club last month.

"We are stronger than all teams in the second qualifying round," Sekip Mosturoglu, vice-president of Fenerbahce soccer club, was quoted by the Anatolian Agency as saying.

Mosturolgu said he believed that Fenerbahce would advance to the next round.

Fenerbahce will play the first leg at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium in Istanbul against MTK on July 29 or 30 before traveling to Budapest for the return. The Hungarians were entered direct into the second round.

A third qualifying round is played in August when club's who finished third and fourth last season in Europe's biggest leagues will join the competition.

FATIH TERIM WILL STAY !...


HOT.....HOT ...NEWS!......



Turkish Football Federation President Hasan Dogan said Fatih Terim will be the coach of Turkish National Team until 2012 .


Turkish Federation chairman Hasan Dogan said on Tuesday he had proposed the two-year contract extension in a meeting with Terim ahead of a federation board meeting.
"He accepted our proposal, thanking us for the trust in him and saying he was happy to be coach of the national team and that work with the management was harmonious,"

After Turkey lost to Germany in their Euro 2008 semi-final, Terim said he would probably step down.

Now, I wonder what his British agentMel Goldberg will say about this?....

I wonder if Fatih Terim talked to Mr. Goldberg about this?...

These are the questions should answered by Fatih Terim and Federation in my opinion.

Lastly, I am the only one in the Turkish Media reported that Fatih Terim signed a contract with Mel Goldberg's sport management agency before the Euro 2008 Tournament.

Turkish Media was sleeping on this news!....

AHMET TURGUT