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Are you sure there is a game?
 

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Since when was we in this Futures Cup!! :googly:

Ahh well, if we win we go 1st. :D
 

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Im booking a flight right away....:D
 

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What kind of a crazy tournament is this :D Every year one or two matches.

If we win this, we'll be leading the table :hopefull:

Tva said:
On March 15th, a wednesday our A2 will play the Scots in the Future Cup. It will be played in the Tulloch Caledonion Stadium and will start at 19:30. Our team will gather on sunday, March 12th at the İstanbul Crowne Plaza Hotel around 18:00.

The match squad:

Aykut Erçetin, Hasan Salih Kabze, Orhan Ak, Volkan Arslan (Galatasaray)
Hürriyet Güçer, Ersen Martin, Mustafa Sarp (Ankaraspor A.Ş.)
Umut Bulut, Sedat Bayrak (MKE Ankaragücü)
Fahri Tatan (Çaykur Rizespor)
İhsan Burak Özsaraç (Denizlispor)
Servet Çetin (Fenerbahçe)
Uğur Boral (Gençlerbirliği)
Muhammet Hanifi Yoldaş (Kayserispor)
Bilal Kısa (Malatyaspor A.Ş.)
Ceyhun Eriş (Samsunspor)
Hayrettin Yerlikaya (Sivasspor)
Tolga Zengin (Trabzonspor A.Ş.)
Sinan Kaloğlu (Vestel Manisaspor)
 

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Some of these players in that list will definetily be a part of the qualification to the next major tournament, so I hope they impress in this one.
 

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buzyb said:
i doubt that anybody from turkey would travel to scotland to watch this match.
There might be some Turkish people already in Scotland that are going. I think we took 100 or so to Turkey. Certainly 170 to Germany. With the price of flights these days it's cheaper than ever.
 

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God it's difficult to find info on this! :D

We won 3-2.

Short report:

SCOTS BEATEN IN FUTURE FAREWELL
Scotland's final Future Squad fixture ended in defeat as Turkey emerged victorious 3-2 to win the five-nation Future Cup.

The visitors raced into a two-goal lead thanks to Hasan Salih Kabze's sixth-minute opener and a 25th-minute strike by Sinan Kaloglu, before Steven Naismith pulled a goal back three minutes before the interval.

The Turks extended their advantage 16 minutes into the second period thank to substitute Fahri Tatan, but in the 72nd minute Lee Miller connected with a Barry Robson cross, before Ian Black and Orhan Ak were both dismissed in injury-time.
 
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