a circulating web joke: the last FB fans who witnessed FB’s winning the Turkey cup…
This has become one of the major jokes of Turkish Super League. Although Fenerbahçe (FB) won championship several times- and this is definitely more precious than the Turkish Cup itself, FB just cannot win it. It is now 27 years. FB lost it in the final to Trabzonspor yesterday…
Fenerbahce this season was eager to get both of the cups , but coach Christoph Daum has only one price deal: the championship. They loss the Turkish Cup to Trabzon on Wednesday in Sanliurfa,Turkey,3-1.
The teams on top of the Turkish Turkcell super league, all won their matches in the 32th week.
Fenerbahce still leads the pack on top with 70 points…
Fenerbahce beat Eskisehirspor with clear 2-0 score and after the match Fenerbahce coach Cristoph Daum said “we played a very good first half, scored two goals and kept our opponent under pressure in the second half?
SUPER DUPER SATURDAY…..
If you remember, I have told you guys that we probably wont find out soon,who will be the Champion in the Turkey’s top league.
Three weeks to go, still ,we don’t know who will finish first, just yet…..
Beşiktaş beat Diyarbakırspor 3-1 in the week 32 away to remain in contention for third place and a good UEFA Europa draw next season.
Besiktas missed the chance to move level on points with third-placed Galatasaray in the Turkish Super Lig as they were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Sivasspor.
It was earlier announced that Besiktas had started negotiations with both Inter Milan and Quaresma, for the transfer of the Portuguese star.
Besiktas Football Company A.S, sent a special notification statement to the Press Clarification Platform (KAP) which said ?Negotiations have been started with Italian club, Inter Milan?s and their player Ricardo Quaresma for the transfer of the player,?
Fenerbahce?s Brazilian defender Fabio Bilica started digging the penalty spot with his foot after the Besiktas were awarded a penalty in the 64th minute of the derby game.
Fenerbahce heads to the weekend as the clear favorite to win the game in the critical derby of Turkcell Super League.
“…Firstly, and most impressively, it is Bursaspor in Turkey. Potentially the first club to ever break the stranglehold of the so-called ‘Big Four’ of Galatasaray, Fenerbahce, Besiktas (in the early 90s) and Trabzonspor (in the late 70s/early 80s), Bursaspor (who were only founded in 1963) are treading a well-worn path with sides such as Sivasspor mounting challenges to the established order in recent years, only to fall at the last hurdle.”