Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Galatasaray toppled Çaykur Rizespor 2-0 in a week 17 game at Türk Telekom Arena in Istanbul on Jan. 25, its first match of the second half of the Spor Toto Super League, continuing the club’s hot pursuit of league leaders Fenerbahçe.
Third-tier Amedspor upsets Galatasaray 2-0 in a Ziraat Turkish Cup tie at the Istanbul giant’s Türk Telekom Arena
The Turkish Football Federation has levied a 10,000-Turkish Lira fine against third-tier Diyarbakır-based club Amedspor on the grounds that it changed its name and emblem without official approval
Alexander Milosevic, the new arrival of Beşiktaş, has said this was not his first time in the country, as he tasted the police tear gas in the summer of 2013
Fed up with violence, tension, poor attendance, a much-debated e-ticket system and many other problems, one of Turkey’s largest football sponsors withdraws from the game
Galatasaray Liv Hospital players refused to attend a team training session late Jan. 19 in protest at a delay in wage payments.
A frustrated Fatih Terim says Turkish football is in a very bad state, adding that the system would even make a promising player with the skills of a young Lionel Messi vanish
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