Thursday, October 27, 2011

Turkish derby rivals without spectators in the stands

The Turkish football derbies are played without spectators rivals to prevent disturbances, starting with the Besiktas-Fenerbahçe to be held tonight at the Inonu Stadium, reported the Turkish sports press.

The decision was taken by leaders of these two teams estambulíes in the context of a meeting of the Security Council Sports Government Delegation in Istanbul.

"The agreement between both teams the same way, Besiktas fans can not attend the match between Fenerbahce and Besiktas to be held in the second half of the league in the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium," said the manager of Besiktas Orhan Saka.

According to the Turkish press in the coming days will take similar measures for the matches between the so-called "big four" ( Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, Besiktas and Trabzonspor ), although this should enter into the negotiations the Union Club, as the fourth Istanbul team is not only in the northern Trabzon.

"This is a decision taken by the four biggest teams. That's why we respect it. Do not think it will be no injustice if the major parties do not allow the entry of rival fans, as they apply to all (the big teams ) alike, "said Fenerbahçe coach Aykut Kocaman.

The amount of 1600 tickets were sold for the meeting tonight through Fenerbahçe will be returned to their buyers.


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