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The leader of Turkey’s main opposition party will watch Beşiktaş’s UEFA Europa League tie against in the stadium alongside çArşı, as an act of solidarity with the supporters’ group whose members were recently charged with 'attempting to stage a coup'
ISTANBUL- Hürriyet Daily News
The decision of UEFA to ban two Turkish football clubs comes after Europe’s football governing body approved stricter sanctions against match fixing last year
Turkish football clubs Fenerbahçe and Beşiktaş are to appeal against a UEFA decision to bar...
Fans of Turkey's football giant Fenerbahçe took to the street today to protest UEFA's decision this week to ban the club from all competitions for two years
ISTANBUL – Doğan News Agency
Turkish football club Trabzonspor’s coach said he began reading the Bible for “a better communication” with his team’s foreigner players.
Beşiktaş's new Croatian coach Slaven Bilic arrived in Turkey
An Istanbul court has temporarily suspended three Fenerbahçe officials...
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