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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old October 31st, 2008, 19:25 Thread Starter
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Week 9: İstanbul BŞB - Trabzonspor

We play early tomorrow, against one of the lower teams in the league, Istanbul Belediyespor. GS, BJK, and FB are all playing tough teams in Gaziantep, Kayseri, and Eskisehir respectively, so we have to take advantage of this.

Huseyin and Cale are out for this one. Ceyhun will most likely replace Huseyin, but im curious to see what we'll do about the LB position.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old November 1st, 2008, 16:07
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A 4 goal win to TS, wonderful....and I am pleased that Selçuk is back in form
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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old November 1st, 2008, 16:40 Thread Starter
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A comfortable win (by the looks of it)... FINALLY!
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old November 1st, 2008, 16:48 Thread Starter
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Well it probably wasnt that easy of a game, most of our goals came towards the end of the game.

Selcuk's goal was a beauty
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A comfortable win (by the looks of it)... FINALLY!
Bro this game was anything but comfortable for T.S. IBB had atleast 5-6 very good scoring chances.

Excellent game to watch for any neutral. Ersun has some balls, T.S. was attacking kamakazi style and IBB looked very dangerous on the counter attack. Neither team was able to capitalize on their chances early on although IBB had the lions share of the chances.

Selcuk's goal was a beauty, he chipped the keeper from outside the box. For the first goal Coleman hit an awesome long ball to Tayfun who put it past the keeper.

Gokhan Unal did the one thing that pisses me off the most. T.S. had a break with Yattara on the right who passed to Gokhan Unal early. Gokhan looked up and saw Coleman WIDEEEE open at the edge of the area without any defenders in sight yet decided to dribble his mark and go on goal himself. The score was 2-0 at that point and he wanted to get greedy. There was no excuse what so ever not to pass that ball to Coleman who was extremely upset about the situation.

Later on when Coleman created a nice play and got taken down in the box for a penalty he stepped up to take it, Ersun hoca yelled from the sidelines for Yattara to take it. Again Coleman was pissed and for good reason. Yani the score was already 2-0 and it was already well past the 80th minute.

Ersun has to straighten afew things out. He really has to pull Gokhan's ear for being so goddamned selfish. He needs to tell Coleman to stop trying to dribble people in his own half. He does it so often and by losing it, it ends up being an instant attack for the other team. Coleman is very talented but it doesn't seem like he has a brain.

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Yeah my fault. I realized it was more of an equal match after seeing the stats.

Sounds like Colman is pretty pissed, hope Ersun sorts all that out. I personally believe the person who drew the penalty should be rewarded with the choice to take it or not, but I guess sometimes you gotta give the fans what they want, and let Yattara get on the scoresheet (He also had an assist which is pretty efficient considering he was in 15 minutes)

How was the lineup set-up btw? Did he have Selcuk as the holding mid and Colman farther up? Or was Serkan in the middle and Colman on the left side?
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He had Isaac floating from left the right. When Isaac would float to the left Serkan Balci would move to the right wing with Selcuk and Coleman in the middle. When Isaac would move to the right wing Coleman would shift left and Selcuk and Serkan would be in the middle.

It was a very rotating midfield without positions being set in stone.

That being said it seemed like nobody was playing holding midfield. The whole midfield was pushing up kamakazi style along with the left and right backs. This is why you guys ate so many counter attacks.

The old Ersun I'll attack like a madman from his gencler days is back lol

Fun to watch.

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Who saw the dance at the end of the match? Your whole team were at it and Song was embarrassing but im loving the chemistry your team has this season Kinda reminds me of Fener last season...
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Who saw the dance at the end of the match? Your whole team were at it and Song was embarrassing but im loving the chemistry your team has this season Kinda reminds me of Fener last season...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Il1-ZZ0mpE

The crowd erupted though p
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Love it!
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