Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Just 24 hours before, he said, he was going to stay as a boss of Turkish Football Federation, despite the pressure from media and some teams!
What happened in the past 24 hours ,that changed, Mehmet Ali Aydinlar's opinion?
1- Attacks on his personal life and his dignity, by some Turkish media people....
2- UEFA officials attidute! (Double talk)
(He said, UEFA's standing between TFF and CAS(Court of Arbitration for Sport ) was different!)
And he said he was upset to find out, these papers came to Turkish Football Federation from UEFA, on September 6th and November 3rd and he found out this yesterday!
And he said,"He no longer had the patience to continue his work in an unethical environment."
Today's announcement came 24 hours after Mehmet Ali Aydinlar and his deputies would continue!
Besides Mehmet Ali Aydinlar, Goksel Gumusdag and Lutfu Aribogan also resigned from their duties at Turkish Football Federation...
Board member Husni Gureli will be in charge until ,TFF elects their new Chairman.....
Chaos goes on in the Turkish Football and Turkish Super League!
Monday, January 23, 2012
There are all kinds of chaos almost every day ,on Turkish TV's and Turkish News Papers, about Turkish football match-fixing scandal while Turkish Super League is going on.....
Jam packed fixture in the Turkish Super League, is very disturbing too...
There are games almost every day, in the league......
During the last week,the Union of Turkish Clubs met and after the meeting, Antalyaspor president and Union of Clubs Vice President Hasan Akıncıoglu said "federation plans to propose an amendment to Article 58 that would mean a point reduction instead of relegation for match fixers."
After this announcement, Fenerbahce vice president Nihat Ozdemir came out and lashed out Hasan Akincioglu for telling the meeting notes to Media!
And he also said,Fenerbahce does not want to make any changes to Article 58 of the disciplinary code and wants the article as it currently is to be applied in the case of Fenerbahce, which is accused of involvement in match-fixing.
BIG DAY IN TURKISH FOOTBALL... JANUARY 26,2012.....
TFF(TURKISH FOOTBALL FEDERATION) ,will hold a special meeting in Ankara on January 26th,2012!
The subject will be, the penalty for clubs involved in match-fixing activity.
Over 300 members who belong to Turkish Football Parliament in Turkey, will decide the future of Turkish football!
While this is going on, Turkish Super League matches are playing but we don't know what they are playing for?
That is why during last week Galatasaray president Unal Aysal send warning letter to TFF saying they do not want the article 58 to changed and they don't want to see Turkey getting banned by UEFA and FIFA in the European competitions....
So, what we will see after January 26,in the Turkish Football.....
More chaos or bright beginning ?
WE will find out.....
I know one thing, during this meeting there will be a lot of clashes and harsh words in this meeting !
While these things happening, Turkish Super matches taken place, almost everyday!
There are matches almost every day until February 5th,2012.......
Week 22th will take a start on Tuesday and end on Wendsday and and on the weekend, week 23, matches will be played.....
They are playing, but no body knows what will happen tomorrow, while this chaos is going on,in Turkey!
Whether article 58, changes or remains same, the chaos will go on in the Turkish Football!
If they change the Article 58, there will be point reduction before the playoffs start...
That means,the teams involved in this scandal, will lose a lot of points that they have earned!
Looking to Turkish Super League standings, out of the first eight teams, there are only two teams are not mention in this match-fixing scandal!..
First place Galatasaray and fourth place Genclerbirligi........
Fenerbahce, Besiktas,Sivasspor,Trabzonspor,Eskisehirspor and Mersin Idman Yurdu are the teams will find them self, in point reduction, if they agree to change the article 58 on January,26th!
So, that is why, what we see is not real, now!
Turkish Super League teams are playing but they don't know what they are playing for !
With this chaos going on, it is not pleasure to write and watch Turkish football....
1 Galatasaray 21 14 5 2 40-15 47
2 Fenerbahce 21 13 6 2 34-17 45
3 Besiktas 21 12 6 3 32-19 42
4 Genclerbirligi 21 10 5 6 30-24 35
5 Sivasspor 21 9 7 5 35-31 34
6 Trabzonspor 21 9 6 6 33-24 33
7 Eskisehirspor 21 9 5 7 21-20 32
8 Mersin 21 7 6 8 21-22 27
9 Antalyaspor 21 7 6 8 17-19 27
10 Buyuksehir 21 7 6 8 25-29 27
11 Kayserispor 21 8 2 11 22-25 26
12 Bursaspor 21 6 7 8 23-23 25
13 Manisaspor 21 6 7 8 20-23 25
14 Gaziantepspor 21 5 8 8 18-22 23
15 Orduspor 21 5 7 9 16-24 22
16 Karabukspor 21 5 3 13 23-37 18
17 Samsunspor 21 3 7 11 17-31 16
18 Ankaragucu 21 2 5 14 17-39 11
24 Jan 2012
17:00 CET Manisaspor ? : ? Samsunspor
17:00 CET Sivasspor ? : ? Antalyaspor
19:30 CET Besiktas ? : ? Gaziantepspor
19:30 CET Mersin ? : ? Kayserispor
25 Jan 2012
17:00 CET Buyuksehir ? : ? Fenerbahce
17:00 CET Orduspor ? : ? Karabukspor
17:00 CET Trabzonspor ? : ? Eskisehirspor
19:30 CET Galatasaray ? : ? Ankaragucu
19:30 CET Genclerbirligi ? : ? Bursaspor
28 Jan 2012
15:00 CET Antalyaspor ? : ? Genclerbirligi
18:00 CET Bursaspor ? : ? Galatasaray
29 Jan 2012
12:00 CET Eskisehirspor ? : ? Orduspor
12:00 CET Karabukspor ? : ? Manisaspor
12:00 CET Samsunspor ? : ? Buyuksehir
15:00 CET Ankaragucu ? : ? Trabzonspor
15:00 CET Gaziantepspor ? : ? Sivasspor
18:00 CET Fenerbahce ? : ? Mersin
30 Jan 2012
19:00 CET Kayserispor ? : ? Besiktas
Monday, January 16, 2012
Thousands of Fenerbahce fans and fans from several Turkish clubs, bid farewell on Sunday to Lefter Kucukandonyadis, one of Turkey's top football players, who has died at 86.
Thousands of football fans bid farewell to legendary Turkish footballer Lefter Kucukandonyadis, on Sunday, filling the stadium
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Egemen Bagis, Turkey's EU minister, atended the funeral ceremony at Fenerbahce's Sukru Saracoglu Stadium. Kucukandonyadis died of pneumonia Friday in Istanbul.
Küçükandonyadis was the captain of Turkey's national team, making 46 appearances for his country. His club career included Fenerbahçe, where he scored 423 goals in 615 games.
Born in 1925 in Istanbul to a fisherman father from Turkey's minority Greek community, Küçükandonyadis was the first player from Turkey to play abroad. He transferred to Italy's Fiorentina in 1951 followed by a spell with Nice in France.
LEFTER'S GOAL AGAINST KOREA IN 1954 WORLD CUP MATCH......
Monday, January 2, 2012
First,over the years, people who has follow me here,I would like to wish all of you Happy New Year and thank you, for following my blog...
The year 2011, was UGLY for Turkish Football!
The scandals,allegations,TFF's backtracks and uncertainty in Turkish Football, carried over to 2012!
With all this negative news about Turkish football, Turkish Super League is rolling some how!
The decision on January 26th by the TFF's "football general assembly" could well decide future of Turkish football!
WE all know, every member club, wants to change the bylaw (article) 58.....
Except, Galatasaray, Trabzonspor, Bursaspor and Orduspor.......
Fenerbahce fans does not want article 58 to be change, either....
Article 58 calls, for relegation....
They are about to change that on January 26th,2012!
WE will see what happens?
Anyway, with all this turmoil rocking Turkish football, the second half of the season starts on this Tuesday....
This week and this weekend will be jam packed with football matches....
The 18th week, will start on Tuesday and will finish on Wendsday ...
The 19th week matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday.....
There will be five matches on this Tuesday and four matches on Wendsday...
On Saturday there are three matches and five matches on Sunday in the league...
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03 Jan 2012
17:00 CET Kayserispor ? : ? Bursaspor
17:00 CET Sivasspor ? : ? Karabukspor
17:00 CET Trabzonspor ? : ? Manisaspor
19:30 CET Galatasaray ? : ? Buyuksehir
19:30 CET Mersin ? : ? Ankaragucu
04 Jan 2012
17:00 CET Genclerbirligi ? : ? Samsunspor
17:00 CET Orduspor ? : ? Fenerbahce
19:30 CET Besiktas ? : ? Eskisehirspor
19:30 CET Gaziantepspor ? : ? Antalyaspo
18:00 CET Ankaragucu ? : ? Besiktas
18:00 CET Antalyaspor ? : ? Kayserispor
18:00 CET Bursaspor ? : ? Mersin
18:00 CET Buyuksehir ? : ? Trabzonspor
18:00 CET Eskisehirspor ? : ? Sivasspor
18:00 CET Fenerbahce ? : ? Gaziantepspor
18:00 CET Karabukspor ? : ? Genclerbirligi
18:00 CET Manisaspor ? : ? Orduspor
18:00 CET Samsunspor ? : ? Galatasaray