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Mustafa Kemal Ataturk – Our Red Line…!!!

Fenerbahcefootball.com Columnist and editor Onur Mutlu has commented about the Saudi Arabia Fiasco..!!

Unfortunately, the fiasco that occurred yesterday has been engraved in Turkish sports history with capital letters. It is absolutely unacceptable for individuals representing the Republic of Turkiye to negotiate with Arabian authorities on and then evaluate the outcome of this negotiation with the club presidents and try to convince them for to proceed with match.

We owe our gratitude to Fenerbahce and Galatasaray presidents and boards who did not change their stance in the aforementioned meeting. It was watched with great astonishment and sadness that an element as important as Ataturk, which should not be the subject of any negotiation, was not understood by the representatives of Turkiye in such a negotiation.

The damages suffered by both the clubs and the fans who are devoted to these clubs due to such a colossal mistake must be urgently compensated by the .

The Entire Federation Must Resign

In the last month, Turkish football has experienced chaos and fiascos like never before. First, the president of Ankaragucu punched referee Halil Umut Meler at the end of a match, then the president of Istanbulspor withdrew his team from the field during the second half of the league match against Trabzonspor, and finally, the Ataturk scandal during the Super Cup final was the last straw. It is quite obvious that the management of the football federation is not capable of performing this task, and the entire team must resign urgently.

Revolution is a Must in Turkish Football

The level Turkish football has reached has disappointed the entire Turkish nation. It is imperative to make an urgent revolution in both the federation management and the management and procedures of the Central Referee Board with a new administration and a new understanding. It is essential for the public to closely follow this issue and insist that the authorities take action.”

 

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