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The Black Eagles of the Bosporus

Besiktas, the oldest sports club in Turkey, traces its origins to the autumn of 1902, when a group of 22 young men began gathering for physical exercise on certain days of the week in the Istanbul suburb which gives the club its name. Football was not part of the equation to start with. The young men kept their bodies and souls in shape through gymnastics, wrestling and weight-lifting……..

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Turkish Super League standings right before the 9th week:

Team O P
1.BEŞİKTAŞ A.Ş. 8 18
2.TRABZONSPOR A.Ş. 8 17
3.ANKARASPOR A.Ş. 8 16
4.SİVASSPOR 8 15
5.BURSASPOR 8 15
6.GALATASARAY A.Ş. 8 14
7.KAYSERİSPOR 8 14
8.GAZİANTEPSPOR 8 14
9.FENERBAHÇE 8 12
10.ESKİŞEHİRSPOR 8 12
11.KONYASPOR 8 10
12.BÜYÜKŞEHİR BLD.SPOR 8 9
13.GENÇLERBİRLİĞİ 8 9
14.DENİZLİSPOR 8 8
15.HACETTEPE SPOR 8
8
16.MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ 8 5
17.ANTALYASPOR A.Ş. 8 2
18.KOCAELİSPOR 8 1

 


Eagles went victory with 3 goals in 5 minutes

The first half of the match passed largely without incident, as both sides sized each other up. Neither team was even able to came closer to scoring, so the first 45 minutes completed in a goalless tie.

EUROPE’S COMEBACK KINGS, TURKS DOES IT AGAIN!..

By Ahmet Turgut

Turkey head coach Fatih Terim gestures to his player Arda Turan during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match with Bosnia Herzegovina at Inonu Stadium in Istanbul, October 11, 2008.
REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)

WATCH Turkey vBosnia Herzegovina 2-1 highlights…………..


Today’s Zaman

Beşiktaş signs contract with Mustafa Denizli
Today’s Zaman – Istanbul,Turkey
Mustafa Denizli, a former Galatasaray, Fenerbahçe and Beşiktaş coach, has agreed to train the Beşiktaş Black Eagles following the recent resignation of

MUSTAFA DENIZLI WILL BE THE NEW COACH FOR BESIKTAS!….
By Ahmet Turgut(Ahmet Turgut)
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UEFA could ban football clubs in debt

A senior UEFA official warned clubs with heavy debts yesterday that they could be excluded in future from European competitions. UEFA general secretary David Taylor said clubs face

 Galatasaray’s group determined in UEFA Cup
Today’s Zaman – Istanbul,Turkey
faces Portuguese Benfica, Greek Olympiakos, German Hertha Berlin and Ukrainian Metalist Kharkiv, which eliminated Beşiktaş in the first round

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