Fenerbahçe’s Dutch striker Dirk Kuyt has described the crowd trouble in the recent Trabzonspor match as the most precarious moment he has ever experienced in his career.
A March 10 Turkish league match between Trabzonspor and Fenerbahçe was halted after fans repeatedly threw objects on the pitch
Slaven Bilic stormed out of a press conference following his team’s last-minute victory over Eskişehirspor in protest at recent refereeing decisions
Didier Drogba and new recruit Alex Telles scored braces as Wesley Sneijder and Burak Yılmaz also added goals to the Lions’ feast
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Metin Külünk, AKP member of Parliament, made a philosophical comment on TV. He said: People have the freedom to sin.
A film on Istanbul United, an alliance of rival football fans that formed during last year’s Gezi Park protests, will be shown at the Istanbul Film Festival next month
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“The year was 1942 … My father was the prime minister … At the same time he was the chair of Fenerbahçe [football club]. We lived in Ankara.
Turkish national football team bids to boost its popularity and shoots a ‘selfie’ before tonight’s friendly fixture against Sweden
Title hopefuls Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray take on relegation battlers in two Super League games over the weekend.
Beşiktaş takes on Antalyaspor tonight, hoping to bounce back from a Spor Toto Super League defeat against one of its greatest rivals.
Galatasaray hosts Chelsea tonight in a Champions League game that will mark Didier Drogba face his former team.
A battle between PM Erdoğan and Islamic scholar Gülen over how to handle the match fixing scandal amounted to a struggle for control over Fenerbahçe
The Lions prevailed against the Black Eagles with a single goal from a penalty and move to 44 points, three behind Fenerbahçe
Galatasaray hosts Beşiktaş in the game of the weekend as the two rivals will not only fight for a derby win but also continue chasing leader Fenerbahçe
Fenerbahçe beat Kasımpaşa 2-1 to break its two-game losing streak in a politically charged Spor Toto Super League match on Feb. 16.
Thousands of fans gathered to protest a match-fixing verdict putting the club’s chairman at risk of a lifetime ban from football
Fenerbahçe Chairman Aziz Yıldırım has appealed to the Constitutional Court to battle his match-fixing conviction, as the club’s fans prepare for a rally ahead of their match this weekend.
Fenerbahçe chairman Yıldırım has reiterated his claim that the investigation was a plot against him and the club
Beşiktaş have rejoined the title race, thanks to a commanding 3-0 victory over Kasımpaşa in the replay of a controversial game in December marred with incidents
Trabzonspor announced that it had parted ways with coach Mustafa Akçay in the wake of a humiliating home defeat against minnow Akhisarspor
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