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post #1 of 57 (permalink) Old December 25th, 2011, 16:07 Thread Starter
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post #2 of 57 (permalink) Old December 25th, 2011, 16:10 Thread Starter
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Signs onto a 3.5 year deal. Just found out about his role in trying to sway some players decisions to go to Fenerbahce and that absolutely did it for me bulent uygun #2.

We've become Fenerbahce's farm team! look at this picture zafer tuzun and Ersun Yanal. First order of business he gives Alper the ok to be transferred, REALLY?!?!?! we're not in 4th place with 30 points right now?! sell your best player to what can be considered a rival this year? GREAT JOB!!

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post #3 of 57 (permalink) Old December 25th, 2011, 16:36
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ne yapsak ne etsek su halil unal'i gonderemedik Eskisehir'den adam sikti bizi en iyi futbolcularimizi satti, utanmadan bide fb'ye soz vermistim diyor. Aciklamaya bakarmisin?! soz vermis, ananida verseydin serefsiz.

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Well, he is a good manager. I still don't think the Alper transfer is done. Just rumours.

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post #6 of 57 (permalink) Old December 25th, 2011, 20:52
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WTF does Skibbe have to do to get a break in Turkey. Why is this puslama your coach?

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post #7 of 57 (permalink) Old December 26th, 2011, 07:13
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Are you guys kidding me?

If you get the chance to have ****ing Ersun Yanal as your coach, and you're Eskisehir, you virtually sack any person in charge.

Selcuk gercekten, I'm telling you this is the best ****ing move your team has ever made. He will turn this team into a machine. You know what the best part about it is? He won't take bullshit from anyone around. It's his way or no way, and he refuses to budge.

I guarantee to you that he either leaves this team with a championship foundation in place.. and most likely a championship within 3 years if he stays. I think this is a brilliant move.

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post #8 of 57 (permalink) Old December 26th, 2011, 14:04
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The whole Yanal thing is overhyped in my opinion. If he's never going to get a break in Turkey, he should have went abroad and proved himself. The same thing will happen, he'll build another side that punches above their weight, only for them to fall at last hurdle or him get sacked.

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post #9 of 57 (permalink) Old December 26th, 2011, 14:08
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The story is the same with Ersun every time. He'll get sacked within the next 18 months.

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SKibbe was working pretty well. I don't know how this guy is an upgrade over Skibbe..
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The whole Yanal thing is overhyped in my opinion. If he's never going to get a break in Turkey, he should have went abroad and proved himself. The same thing will happen, he'll build another side that punches above their weight, only for them to fall at last hurdle or him get sacked.
Yeah because Turkish managers are the talk of the town abroad, it's real easy for them to get jobs ... right?

Unless we're talking about Azerbaijan or something, it's virtually impossible for Turkish managers to go abroad and get jobs.

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Yeah because Turkish managers are the talk of the town abroad, it's real easy for them to get jobs ... right?

Unless we're talking about Azerbaijan or something, it's virtually impossible for Turkish managers to go abroad and get jobs.
Lol, in one of my FM games Ertugrul became the manager of Braga and he's been there for the past 2 seasons.

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post #13 of 57 (permalink) Old December 27th, 2011, 10:48
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Yeah because Turkish managers are the talk of the town abroad, it's real easy for them to get jobs ... right?

Unless we're talking about Azerbaijan or something, it's virtually impossible for Turkish managers to go abroad and get jobs.
Not necessarily, if they had the right agent and actually WANTED to do something I'm sure they could. Attitudes like that is probably why less Turk coaches/managers go abroad.

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post #14 of 57 (permalink) Old December 27th, 2011, 11:05
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If Ersun Yanal was born into any respectable footballing nation he'd be an instant managerial legend.

The guy's track record speaks for itself. The only reason he gets sacked within 18 months is because it's either his way or he leaves? That's how any normal footballing nation functions. In Turkiye we're slowly learning to let the managers do their business but even in 18 months he had the courage to take the initiative to transition the Turkish NT into an entire new era of footballers - that didn't turn out too well because people like Hakan Sukur, Fatih Terim, Orospu Cetin, and their supporters thought otherwise.

He also hands down, is the most responsible person for the success Trabzonspor have encountered of late.

The only thing that is over-hyped in Turkiye are obnoxious small minded people like Terim, Vural, and Uygun who cannot think 5 minutes into the future or begin to fathom what a system is.. also, let's not forget about the more low-key, virtually useless coaches/figures like Saglam, Ridvan, Avci, etc.

Ersun Yanal is a great coach and a WORLD CLASS scout. Not to mention he's calm, collected, proud, logical, and refuses to compromise long-term success for anything. Maybe he should start slapping players around and smashing shit like Uygun so he can finally earn the respect of Turkish fans who prefer Abdullah Avci to Guus Hiddink. Avci deemed a genius because he skipped out on an Istanbul derby to watch an Athletico - Real game to watch the 3 sure set selections. Hiddink was an idiot because 'he didn't care'.

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You're looking at it too simplistically.

It's quite similar to someone who doesn't speak English trying to go abroad in whatever field they specialise in. You don't leave Turkey as a specialist in your field if you can't speak a foreign language. People look at you and laugh because you don't speak their language and you bring in qualifications/experience from ... Turkey? What the hell do they care about that? Bring them a degree from Cambridge or Harvard with fluency in the English language, and suddenly they're listening.

In football terms, that means a relative nobody from Turkey is infinitely less valuable than a relative nobody from Spain, Italy or Portugal for example.

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The only thing that is over-hyped in Turkiye are obnoxious small minded people like Terim, Vural, and Uygun who cannot think 5 minutes into the future or begin to fathom what a system is
LOL Thanks for your post.. Good comedy
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Let me guess, he's the best coach to ever live again? .

You are exactly the reason why Turkish football is hopeless

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You are exactly the reason why Turkish football is hopeless
Coming from a guy who rates Ersun Yanal as the best coach in Turkey I'm not saying that he's a bad coach.. he's got eye for talent, but when was the last time he's achieved something in his career? Yes in the same country where Terim lifted 4 trophies in a row.. And then you go and mention his name in the same sentence with Yilmaz Vural .

Have you heard of this thing called logical thinking? You should check that out
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Ersun Yanal>Alex Ferguson>Jose Mourinho

but in the end Aykut Kocaman >>>>> ALL.

turkish football is hopeless because of orospu cocuklari like azize yildirim and nihat kelkafasina sicayim götdemir

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Terim is the most successful coach of all time. Senol Gunes comes second. Both guys have as many haters and as many fans.

Ersun Yanal is just unlucky, it's not that he has failed, it's the Turkish footballing culture that failed him. Aykut Kocaman is also unlucky that he doesn't have much to work with and seems a bit limited with his approach to the game, but that's also a part to do with what he has at his disposal and the external pressures surrounding Fenerbahce.

But yeah, looks like Terim is going to win the easiest championship in a loooooong time. Probably easier than the one BJK just won recently.

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