Trabzonspor announced that it had parted ways with coach Mustafa Akçay in the wake of a humiliating home defeat against minnow Akhisarspor
The mid-season transfer window for Turkish clubs passed at midnight on Feb. 4, with Galatasaray ending the period as the most active club, having made nine new signings.
Former coach Luis Aragones, the man who ended Spain’s 44-year wait for a major international trophy by winning Euro 2008 and sparking a golden era for the team, has died at the age of 75.
A late goal from Erkan Zengin gave Eskişehirspor a surprising 2-1 win over leader Fenerbahçe in the Spor Toto Super League Feb. 1.
Spor Toto Super League leader Fenerbahçe visits Eskişehirspor on Feb. 1, hoping to extend its domination despite troubles off the pitch.
Daily Hürriyet reported there were claims that the fans detained after chanting political slogans
Fenerbahçe's boss drew parallels between match-fixing case and the massive graft probe scandal
Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe are named in the top 20 list of European football’s moneymakers, marking the first time that two Turkish clubs have made it to the lucrative Deloitte Money League
The Saturday night game brings together two sides that have failed to play up to the expectations in the first part of the season
The head of Turkish football giant Fenerbahçe returned home in defiant mood just days after a court ruling upheld a jail term against him for match-fixing.
The polls were opened; Mehmet Haberal, Mustafa Balbay and Engin Alan, all under arrest at Silivri Prison, near Istanbul, as well as six candidates arrested under the KCK investigation were all elected as deputies
Fenerbahçe chairman Aziz Yıldırım reiterates his claims that the
match-fixing scandal is part of a political conspiracy. Yıldırım, who
is set to lose his chair, will hold a press conference this week
Aziz Yıldırım's lawyers appealed for a 'correction' of the decision to the Supreme Court of Appeals
Fenerbahçe deputy chairman, İlhan Ekşioğlu, says the club will “not respect” the Supreme Court’s ruling to uphold the prison sentence given to chairman Aziz Yıldırım over the match-fixing scandal.
Galatasaray will seek to make it two from two when it takes the pitch for Turkish Ziraat Cup group play against Antalyaspor on Jan. 19.
Aziz Yıldırım's conviction on match-fixing charges was upheld after appeal
The 14-time winners in the competition did not live up to their heavy favorite tag for most of the game and showed mid-season rust, but a penalty goal broke the deadlock
The Turkish Football Federation has ordered a replay of the game that was marred by a fan invasion and an error by the referee that affected the course of the contest
Beşiktaş midfielder Sezer Öztürk has been stabbed during a fight in a Germany night club, the Istanbul team confirmed on Jan. 5.
Both Anadolu Efes and Galatasaray lost their first Euroleague Top 16 games as the stage is organized for the first time in a two-groups-of-eight format
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