Farewell to Mr. Sağlam…

Posted by on October 8th, 2008
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I don’t believe he was good for Beşiktaş, but he is not worse than the club administration. His biggest mistake was to accept the position in the beginning offered by the current administration that seems to occupy the club forever… He is good man, really good man, but goodness is not enough…. 

Sağlam bids farewell to Beşiktaş
UEFA.com – Nyon,Switzerland
Ertuğrul Sağlam has resigned as coach of Beşiktaş JK following their UEFA Cup exit last week. A 4-1 loss to FC Metalist Kharkiv in Ukraine on Thursday ended


BESIKTAS COACH ERTUGRUL SAGLAM RESIGNED!

By Ahmet Turgut

"Life goes on" these words said by Ertugrul Saglam, after the another disaster defeat in the European competition against Ukrainian team Metalist Kharkiv.

well, life will go on for him, not as the coach of Besiktas anymore!…..

On Tuesday, He resigned from the post after winning the League match against Hacettepespor.

The hammer came on Ertugrul Saglam, because of poor results in the European competition

Two unsuccessful season in the European competition under Saglam’s belt, cost him the job.

Tough Group for Galatasaray !….

By Ahmet Turgut

Matches begin on 23 October and continue on 6 and 27 November, then 3/4 and 17/18 December with each club in action on four of those match days and fixtures to be confirmed shortly. In the Round of 32 draw on 19 December, the teams finish first and third will be paired, with the runners-up meeting the sides currently competing in the UEFA Champions League. This is the last year that the tournament will be in its current format before being relaunched as the UEFA Europa League.

FIFA president defends ‘6+5 rule’ in Parliament

Sepp Blatter, the head of the world football governing body FIFA, yesterday (6 October) defended a proposed rule according to which no more than five foreign players per team would be allowed to start a match.

Blatter wants foreign owner rules

Fifa president Sepp Blatter calls for tighter controls on wealthy foreign owners in football.

Today’s Zaman

The third coming of coach Lucescu?
Today’s Zaman – Istanbul,Turkey
The elimination of Beşiktaş from the UEFA Cup by Ukraine’s Metalist Kharkiv could mean that when the Beşiktaş Black Eagles host Hacettepe, formerly known as

Four-goal defeat puts pressure on Aragones

Both Fenerbahçe’s coach and chairman are under pressure following Sunday’s disastrous 4-1 Turkcell Super League defeat at the hands of Kayserispor. Already having one of the worst possible starts to

Trabzon enjoys league lead after five years
Turkish Daily News (subscription) – Ankara,Turkey
Earlier this weekend, two title contenders, Fenerbahçe and Beşiktaş, suffered slumps. Fenerbahçe continued its poor run and was beaten 2-1 at the hands of

Beşiktaş coach under pressure
Turkish Daily News (subscription) – Ankara,Turkey
Beşiktaş arrived back in Istanbul on Friday amid increasing pressure on coach Ertuğrul Sağlam to resign. A group of protestors met the team at Atatürk

BESIKTAS COACH UNDER FIRE!….
By Ahmet Turgut(Ahmet Turgut)
Beşiktaş arrived back in Istanbul on Friday amid increasing pressure on coach Ertuğrul Sağlam to resign. A group of protestors met the team at Atatürk Airport, calling for the resignation of Sağlam and the Beşiktaş board.

Edu Keeps The Faith
Goal.com – Switzerland
After more than a month on the sidelines with a foot injury, Edu regained fitness in time to feature in tonight’s goalless draw in Istanbul.


Today’s Zaman

Eagles once again fail to conquer old nemesis
Today’s Zaman – Istanbul,Turkey
The Beşiktaş Black Eagles played against İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor in the Super League twice last season, and twice the Eagles left the pitch with

Rampaging Black Sea Storm stampedes to pole position
Today’s Zaman – Istanbul,Turkey
The Beşiktaş Black Eagles’ failure to beat İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor on Saturday means that the Trabzon Black Sea Storm, a 3-2 home winner over

 
Beşiktaş climbs to remain unbeaten on top
Turkish Daily News (subscription) – Ankara,Turkey
Many people thought that it would be difficult, but Beşiktaş had little trouble beating Gaziantepspor on Sunday to sit tight at the top of the Turkcell

Beşiktaş climbs to remain unbeaten on top

Many people thought that it would be difficult, but Beşiktaş had little trouble beating Gaziantepspor on Sunday to sit tight at the to
p of the Turkcell Super League. Beşiktaş broke the deadlock early

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