Trabzonspor stuns Inter in Champions debut
The Associated Press Sep 14, 2011 – 5:26 PM ET | Last Updated: Sep 14, 2011 6:10 PM ET
Trabzonspor marked its Champions League debut by stunning Inter Milan 1-0 away on Wednesday while English giants Manchester United and Manchester City were held to draws as they failed to transfer their domestic prowess to the European stage.
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from cafebabel.com by Culturissima
For more than a month now a new broom has been sweeping clean the streets of Istanbul – as well as the country’s football and armed forces. But who’s wielding the broom? What ‘rubbish’ are they trying to get rid of? ‘Turkey eats dirt’ is cafebabel.com’s response to the summer ‘dust up’ by the Turkish authorities. Read the first of three articles in a series on the shake-up of the nation’s football
Atletico Madrid attacker Arda Turan fails to convert a last-minute penalty depriving Turkey of a long-sought winning goal against Austria. With the 0-0 draw against Austria, Turkey remains on second spot, two points ahead of Belgium
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkish teams had varying fortunes in the Europa League, with Beşiktaş winning over Alania, Trabzonspor holding Athletic Bilbao to a draw and Bursaspor being beaten by Anderlecht. Beşiktaş’s win was an easy yet dramatic one, with its stars Guti and
UEFA Europa League: Besiktas – Alania Vladikavkaz 3-0 All goals and highlights … Fi-Yapı İnönü Stadı’nda oynanan ve ilk yarısı da …
by ISTANBUL – Reuters
The start of the Turkish season has been delayed a month until Sept. 9 because of the investigation into match-fixing allegations.
from BBC News | Europe | World Edition
Turkey’s football federation says it has postponed the start of the season by a month amid an investigation into alleged match-fixing.
from Hurriyet Dailynews by ISTANBUL – Hürriyet Daily News
Beşiktaş is set to sell 50 percent of the rights for its three top youngsters to an Irish company, the Istanbul football club announced Wednesday.