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Diyarbakır-Konya maçı tatil edildi
Turkcell Süper Ligi’nde Diyarbakırspor’un Konyaspor’u ağırladığı maçın 87. dakikasında çıkan olaylar nedeniyle maç tatil edildi. 87. dakikada Konyaspor 1-0 öndeydi.



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Güncelleme: 16:36 26 Şubat 2006 PazarDİYARBAKIR - Karşılaşmanın 22. dakikasında Bebbe golüyle 1-0 öne geçen Konyaspor, soyunma odasına da bu skorla gitti. İkinci yarıda da tarafların karşılıklı atakları skoru değişmeye yetmedi. Maç gergin bir havada devam ederken, 86. dakikada kale arkası tribündeki bir grup taraftar kırdıkları koltukları sahaya ve polise attılar, daha sonra demir parmaklıkları kırarak saha içerisine girdiler; taraftarları dağıtmak için polis hava ateş açtı. Hakem ve Konyasporlu futbolcular soyunma odasına giderken olaylar yatıştırılamayınca maç, 87. dakikada hakem Kuddusi Müftüoğlu tarafından tatil edildi.
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The game was cancelled by Kuddusi Müftüoglu after fans invading the pitch. The police had to shoot warning shots.

Before this incident the same group of fans had destroyed the seats and thrown them onto the pitch and the police.
 

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I saw some highlights on ligtv....and it was disgusting to watch. They will shjow more of it later....but from the 30 seconds i saw it looked like the streets of bagdad.
 

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It's not the team's fault though....it's the local fans.
 

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Diyarbakirspor must be eliminated from the 1.League!
They did the same things 2 times. And now again.
If the TFF cant stop them, they will do it again and again.

I know its not easy, there are more politician reasons then from football.

There are many good fans to, who only want to support their team, but there are some "fans" who aren't support their team.
This fans are only "boohing" the Turkish anthem, throw things into the field, etc.

I think this groups arent football fans! Kahrolsun PKK!

But I think this has not to do anything with the Diyarbakirspor, they are playing a good football, but with this fan-groups, they cant be in this league longer!

Sad.......
 

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I remember a year or so ago, there was video footage of a young kid at a Diyarbakir match, probably no more then 11-12 years old with a gun under his shirt..
you can see this in almost every city in turkey.
 

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and? Is that something that should be accepted? I don't agree that nothing can be done!

Half-assed fines and bans that are cancelled for reasons that are never clearly explained is one example of the kind of thing that gets in fans mind that there really aren't serious consequences to their behavior...
 

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and? Is that something that should be accepted? I don't agree that nothing can be done!
did i say that it is something that should be accepted?

though it's a problem of turkey, not of diyarbakirspor IMO.
 

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Tolga said:
I remember a year or so ago, there was video footage of a young kid at a Diyarbakir match, probably no more then 11-12 years old with a gun under his shirt..
That was in a FB match... He actually lifted his shirt and made it "visable" to Ortega...
 

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Our league is such a ****ing joke, kick these loser teams out, i dont care if its not the team, your fans are your team as well. My Ultimatum if I was in charge: That idiotic team better get their fans together, start doing some precautions like metal dictators, frisking people at the entrance, whichever. And if that still doesn't work, well, you can play your games without fans for the rest of the season, and then they should discuss what to do with that team after.
 

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There's basically nothing in terms of security in most Turkish stadiums..

I remember after the Inonu thing they started getting strict on security, and it only lasted about a month (as I'm sure we all predicted). Fans were going into a Fener have and being searched by security, just a light touch over that took no more then a few seconds..

The fans went NUTS! The LigTV reporters done some good reporting by interviewing fans just after they got frisked, and most of them were complaining about how it's a waste of time.. Yeah, a waste of time, but they didn't hesitate to stop and give an interview for a minute or two, despite 10 seconds of their time being so precious :howler:

The steps that need to be taken are clear, but there's no one willing to take them. We need security at the entrances, get fans to walk through a metal detector gate to enter the stadium, if not that get guards to search them..

Cameras, very important. Eject rowdy fans, and if they do something really stupid take their season ticket off of them if they hold one.. Put up a disclaimer when they buy the tickets so that legally you can do just that..

Other very basic things, but none will be done..

The most important thing though is to punish the fans, not the team. Only punish the club when their security is not up to par, otherwise don't make a team play without fans for a çekirdek packet that they have no control over..
 

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I think Konyaspor is trying to keep things civil, but I'm sure nothing will change until some of the changes Tolga mentioned happen :frustrate:

Konya sends friendship message after Diyar violenceTuesday, February 28, 2006



ANKARA - Turkish Daily News
Diyarbakirspor supporters ran onto the field to attack Konyaspor's players in the Turkish League on Sunday, forcing the referee to abandon the match with Konya in the lead, but Konyaspor press spokesman Güven Öten said his team wants to continue friendly relations with its southeastern rival.

The supporters also fought with and threw stones at police outside Diyarbakirspor's stadium, causing them to fire warning shots in the air to disperse the crowd.

Konyaspor was leading 1-0 when Diyarbakirspor fans started ripping up seats to throw at the police, and some fans ran onto the field to attack Konyaspor's players, forcing the team and referee Kuddusi Muftuoglu to run to the locker room in the 87th minute.

Several fans were taken into custody, they said.

“Soccer is a game,” said Öten, adding that he never wanted to see anyone get hurt in such a fracas because human life comes before all else..

Stadium violence is not rare in soccer-mad Turkey, and bloody incidents between rival fans, notably during derby matches, are frequent.

Earlier this month, FIFA slapped heavy penalties on Turkey for violence that marred their November World Cup qualifier against Switzerland.

Turkey were ordered to play their next six official home games behind closed doors at a neutral venue and pay a fine of 200,000 Swiss francs. Three Turkish players were suspended.

Turkish Daily News
 

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Rioting supporters forced the referee to abandon Sunday's Turkish super league match between Trabzonspor and Besiktas in the 85th minute as an angry crowd in the Black Sea town of Trabzon threw debris onto the pitch. Istanbul side Besiktas led 5-0 when Trabzonspor fans lit small fires in the stands and called for the club's management to resign. The referee called off the match 20 minutes later after police in riot gear were unable to subdue the crowd. Turkey's soccer federation will decide the game's outcome at a meeting next week, the state-run Anatolian news agency said. Earlier, police seized stones, sticks, knives and swords from Besiktas supporters travelling on buses outside Trabzon, Anatolian said. Violence has broken out in the past at Turkish soccer matches, and police have confiscated knives outside stadia. Two Leeds United fans were stabbed to death ahead of a UEFA Cup match against Galatasaray in Istanbul in April 2000.

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Violence mars soccer
16/08/2003 15:17 - (SA)

Istanbul, Turkey - Dozens of people, including a small girl, were injured on Friday in a mass brawl during a Turkish first-division soccer match between powerhouses Fenerbahce and Trabzonspor as fans ripped out seats from the stands and hurled them at each other.

Police in riot gear used clubs to control the fans in the Black Sea city of Trabzon. Around 500 Fenerbahce supporters were expelled from the stadium and taken outside the city aboard eight buses, the Anatolia news agency reported.

The injured girl, whose age and identity were not available, was shown on TV still clutching a bag of snacks as her father, escorted by police, carried her from the stadium to an ambulance.

The fighting delayed the second half of the match about eight minutes. Fenerbahce defeated Trabzonspor 1-0 on goal from Dutch star striker Pierre van Hooijdonk, who recently joined the Istanbul club from Feyenoord Rotterdam.

Earlier this month, fans threw stones, stabbed each other, and beat each other with sticks at a practice match between Karsiyaka and Goztepe, two rival second-division clubs from the Aegean port city of Izmir. One fan was killed and dozens of others were injured.

The recent violence has prompted Turkish authorities to instruct imams across the country to preach against fighting and obscene chants during matches.

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Only happens in diyar lets kick trabzonspor to a lower division to
 
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