Thomas Wyer takes a look at Turkish side Osmanlıspor who have reached the European stage just a few years after getting their house in order.
Posts Tagged ‘Turkish Super Lig’
Despite not living up to expectations at Old Trafford, Nani has a chance to reignite his career at Fenerbahçe, writes Rich Lloyd.
Vineet Varma discusses the monopoly that Galatasaray and Fenerbahce have in Turkish football and how that can hamper the sport as a whole.
Thomas Wyer discusses how Turkish giants Galatasaray must change how they are run and operated in order to avoid a path towards European irrelevance.
Thomas Wyer looks at the state of play in Turkey and explains some of the challenges that must be overcome for clubs to thrive.
Jonathan O’ Shea writes about the Turkish Super Lig derby between Fenerbache and Besiktas, a ferocious affair both on and off the pitch.
16th May 2010. The climax of the Turkish Super Lig sees Bursaspor aiming to become only the second team from outside of Istanbul to win the title, and only the fifth team to lift the trophy in the history of Turkish football. The Anatolian club, founded in 1963, could barely believe the position in which […]