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Possessions belonging to Turkish football team Beşiktaş at its Istanbul headquarters have been confiscated as a result of legal proceedings launched by an advertising agency over the club’s unpaid debt.
The recent armed attack on the Fenerbahçe team bus should not be surprising, considering the worrying atmosphere of escalating tension around sport in Turkey, a prominent sports journalist has told the Hürriyet Daily News in an exclusive interview.
Fenerbahçe was determined not to go down in the title race without a fight, both literally and figuratively, as the last minutes of their 2-2 draw away at Başakşehirspor, which gave archrival Galatasaray the league title, ended with a spree of red cards and two Fener players dangerously kicking their rivals
The Turkish Football Federation has decided to suspend the top-tier Spor Toto Super League games for one week
Beşiktaş coach Slaven Bilic has confirmed that he will leave the club at the end of the season as media speculation grew that he may replace Sam Allardyce as West Ham United manager
Fenerbahçe has called for the suspension of the national league championship in response to an armed attack on its team bus
Turkey’s Beşiktaş has decided to part ways with Croatian coach Slaven Bilic at the end of the season, intensifying efforts to replace him after the last two games of the league campaign
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