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    Gençlerbirliği S.K.


    Gençlerbirliği
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    Full name Gençlerbirliği Spor Kulübü
    Nickname(s) Ankara Rüzgârı
    (The Wind of Ankara)
    Founded 14 March 1923; 90 years ago (1923-03-14)
    Ground 19 Mayıs Stadyumu, Ankara
    Ground Capacity 19,209
    President İlhan Cavcav
    Manager Mehmet Özdilek
    League Süper Lig
    2012–13 Süper Lig, 11th
    Website Club home page
    Home colours
    Away colours
    Third colours

    Gençlerbirliği Spor Kulübü (pronounced [ɟent͡ʃˈleɾbiɾliː]) is a professional Turkish football club located in the city of Ankara, which is the capital of Turkey. Formed in 1923, Gençlerbirliği are nicknamed Ankara Rüzgârı (The Wind of Ankara). The club colours are black and red. They play their home matches at Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadium.Domestically, the club has won the Türkiye Kupası twice, in 1987 and 2001. The club also won the now-defunct Turkish Football Championship (twice) and Ankara Football League (ten times). Their greatest success continentally came in 2004. The club reached the fourth round of the UEFA Cup before losing to eventual champions Valencia CF.


    Genclerbirligi History


    Gençlerbirliği was founded in a slightly different way to many other football clubs, having been established by students from the high school, Ankara Erkek Lisesi (Sultani Mektebi). The students in question (Ramiz Eren, Mennan İz, Mazhar Atacanlı, Sait, Kenan, Nuri, Namık Katoğlu, Namık Ambarcıoğlu, Rıdvan Kırmacı, Hafi Araç, Ruhi, Sarı Ziya and Hakkı) had failed to be selected for their own school team, and asked one of their student friends, Asim, to talk with his father about setting up a football team for them to show how well they could play.

    On 14 March 1923, Asim's father, the member of parliament from Muş Province established the team for his son and his friends. Since all the members of the teams were students he chose the name 'Youth Union'. They elected Sarı Ziya's father Faik Bey as their first chairman.[1]

    Subsequently these young students wanted to play against the school team which had not selected them. Gençlerbirliği won the game, played at “Hamit tarlası”, 3–0. According to these young rebel players this victory forged the identity of their new team.

    They won Ankara Football League 10 times between 1923-1959. They entered the Turkish National League in 1959 and played 12 seasons until relegation in 1969-70 season. They played in the second level until relegation to third level in 1978-79 season. They came back to second level after merging third level with second level after finishing 1979-80 season. They finished second from last in A Group of Second League, Sakaryaspor won championship, and had to relegation to regional league. But, because of increasing teams of the second level, Gençlerbirliği was readmitted. Gençlerbirliği won D Group of it in 1982-83 season and returned to the top-flight after 13 years. They relegated again in 1987-88 season. Finally, Gençlerbirliği returned to the top-flight in 1988-89 season, in first return attempt. Gençlerbirliği's the most successful seasons were 1965-66 and 2002-2003. They had 3rd in these seasons.


    Genclerbirligi Colors


    There are two rumors about how Gençlerbirliği got its team colors, black and red:

    • The young students went to a local haberdashers and the only available colors were black and red. They purchased these colors to sew their own kit. [2]
    • The outskirts of Ankara during spring time sees plenty of Poppy flowers (Gelincik) blooming and Gençlerbirliği selected the red and black of this flower for its colors. Gençlerbirliği merchandise in its store is usually called Gelincik by its supporters.

    Genclerbirligi Rivalry


    Gençlerbirliği's arch-rival is the neighbouring club Ankaragücü and games between the clubs are considered as the "Derby of the Capital".


    Genclerbirligi Youth academy and scouting


    Gençlerbirliği has always been one of the teams in Turkey most notable for its talented young footballers that it procures through scouting both in Turkey and throughout Europe and Africa. For example Geremi was scouted and raised by the club, transferred to Real Madrid and later Chelsea. Another of Gençlerbirliği's young stars Promise Isaac received the 2005–2006 Turkcell Super League Individual Youth player of the year award.[1]

    Gençlerbirliği's state-of-the-art youth academy is in Beştepe, Ankara with 50 acres (200,000 m2) of training facilities (Beştepe İlhan Cavcav Tesisleri).

    Gençlerbirligi has been run by the current president İlhan Cavcav since 1977. With Cavcav's help, Gençlerbirliği have become one of the more stable clubs in Turkey. This has been achieved mainly through the departure of the most talented players every season to the other clubs in Turkey. Departing players are usually replaced with much cheaper imports from Turkey, Europe or Africa.


    Genclerbirligi Honours


    • Turkish Football Championship:
      • Winners (2): 1941, 1946
      • Runners-up (1): 1951
    • Turkish Cup:
      • Winners (2): 1987, 2001
      • Runners-up (3): 2003, 2004, 2008
    • Ankara Football League:
      • Winners (10): 1929–30, 1930–31, 1931–32, 1932–33, 1934–35, 1939–40, 1940–41, 1945–46, 1949–50, 1950–51
      • Runners-up (7): 1925–26, 1926–27, 1928–1929, 1933–34, 1936–37, 1942–43, 1947–48

    Genclerbirligi European participations


    UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:

    Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
    1987–88 1R Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk 1-2 0-2 1-4

    UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League:

    Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
    2001–02 1R Sweden Halmstad 1-1 0–1 1-2
    2003–04 1R England Blackburn Rovers 3-1 1–1 4-2
    2R Portugal Sporting CP 1-1 3–0 4-1
    3R Italy Parma 3-0 1–0 4-0
    4R Spain Valencia 1-0 0–2 (aet) 1-2
    2004–05 Q2 Croatia Rijeka 1-0 1–2 2-2 (ag)
    1R Greece Egaleo 1-1 0–1 1-2

    UEFA Intertoto Cup:

    Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
    1995 GS Israel Hapoel Petah Tikva 4-0 3rd place
    GS France Strasbourg 1–4
    GS Malta Floriana 3-0
    GS Austria Tirol Innsbruck 2-3

    Genclerbirligi League standings (1959–2013)


    League Standings (1959-2012)

    "*" : Second Level Division "**":Third Level Division


    Genclerbirligi Players



    Genclerbirligi Current squad

    Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    No. Position Player
    1 Turkey GK Ramazan Köse (captain)
    3 Serbia DF Duško Tošić
    4 Turkey DF Ahmet Çalık
    5 Turkey MF Nizamettin Çalışkan
    6 Croatia DF Ante Kulušić
    7 Serbia MF Nemanja Tomić
    8 Serbia MF Radosav Petrović
    10 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Ermin Zec
    11 Sweden FW Mervan Çelik
    13 Turkey MF Oktay Delibalta
    14 Turkey DF Ferhat Görgülü
    15 Belarus DF Artsyom Radzkow
    16 Turkey DF Serkan Kurtuluş
    No. Position Player
    19 Ivory Coast MF Jean-Jacques Gosso
    20 Turkey MF Doğa Kaya
    21 Sweden MF Jimmy Durmaz
    23 Turkey MF Deniz Naki
    24 Turkey MF Özgür İleri
    28 Romania FW Bogdan Stancu
    31 Serbia MF Milan Smiljanić
    34 Sweden GK Johan Dahlin
    35 Turkey GK Ferhat Kaplan
    40 Turkey MF Yusuf Emre Gültekin
    42 Turkey MF Hakan Aslantaş
    58 Turkey DF Uğur Çiftçi
    61 Turkey DF Sedat Bayrak

    Genclerbirligi Coaching staff


    Position Staff
    Head Coach Turkey Mehmet Özdilek
    Assistant Coach Turkey Şenol Fidan
    Assistant Coach Turkey Sedat Karabük
    Assistant Coach Turkey İlker Kıreker
    Assistant Coach Turkey Yusuf Tokaç
    Goalkeeping Coach Turkey Erdinç Mehmet Erol
    Match Analyst Turkey Murat Çalış
    A2 Team Head Coach Turkey Erkin Şimşir
    A2 Team Assistant Coach Turkey Gökhan Gedikali
     
    Position Staff
    A2 Team Goalkeeping Coach Turkey Murat Akarsu
    Elite 18 Team Head Coach Turkey Veyis Kanber
    Elite 18 Team Assistant Coach Turkey Mahmut Duran
    Eltie 17 Team Head Coach Turkey Aykın Demir
    Elite 17 Team Assistant Coach Turkey Erol Tokgözler
    Elite 16 Team Head Coach Turkey Tanser Aydın
    Elite 16 Team Assistant Coach Turkey Dünyacan Çiçekverdi
    Elite 15 Team Head Coach Turkey Tuncay Marancı
    Elite 14 Team Head Coach Turkey Cemil Aktaş

    Genclerbirligi Most capped players


    Player Caps Period
    1 Tevfik Kutlay 343 1959–72
    2 Selçuk Çakmaklı 337 1959–72
    3 Avni Okumuş 317 1983–93
    4 Zeynel Soyuer 291 1959–70
    5 Turkey Metin Diyadin 286 1988–98
    6 Turkey Nihat Baştürk 279 1994–04
    7 Okan Gedikali 274 1981–91
    8 Orhan Yüksel 235 1959–66
    9 Cemalettin Sakallıoğlu 235 1975–84
    10 Mehmet Şimşek 233 1993–01

    Genclerbirligi Top goalscorers


    Player Goals (Caps) Period
    1 Democratic Republic of the Congo Andre Kona N'Gole 73 (147) 1993–01
    2 Avni Okumuş 72 (317) 1983–93
    3 Orhan Yüksel 71 (235) 1959–66
    4 Turkey Ümit Karan 60 (150) 1997–01
    5 Guinea Souleymane Youla 56 (134) 2001–05
    6 Harun Erol 50 (193) 1979–91
    7 Muammer Nurlu 48 (150) 1983–89
    8 Turkey Abdullah Çevrim 48 (154) 1961–66
    9 Zeynel Soyuer 48 (291) 1959–70
    10 Tevfik Kutlay 47 (343) 1959–72

    Genclerbirligi Former players



    Genclerbirligi Managers


    • Yüksel Doğanay (1960–70)
    • Oktay Arıca (1970–71)
    • Kazım Türesin (1971–72)
    • Yüksel Doğanay (1972–73)
    • Fehmi Baştüzel (1973–74)
    • Tevfik Kutlay (1975)
    • Avni Bulduk (1975)
    • Fehmi Baştüzel (1975–76)
    • Avni Bulduk (1976)
    • Oktay Arıca (1976–77)
    • Ruhi Yavuz (1977–78)
    • Fehmi Baştüzel (1978–81)
    • Mümtaz Tümer (1981)
    • Fehmi Baştüzel (1981)
    • Enver Ürekli (1981)
    • Teoman Yamanlar (1981–82)

    Genclerbirligi Presidents


     
    Name Years
    Münif Kemal Ak 1923–36
    Saffet Gürol 1936–43
    Namık Ambarlıoğlu 1943–44
    Fevzi Magat 1944–46
    Namık Katoğlu 1947–48
    Yusuf Bahri 1948–49
    Orhan Şeref Apak 1949–50
    Reşat Taşer 1950–52
     
    Name Years
    Nuri Togay 1952–55
    Mümtaz Tarhan 1955–57
    Ahmet Salih Korur 1957–58
    Orhan Şeref Apak 1958–61
    Turhan Ogan 1961–63
    İbrahim Sıtkı Hatipoğlu 1964–65
    Muslihittin Yılmaz Mete 1965–66
    İsmet Sezgin 1966–67
     
    Name Years
    Hadi Özbay 1967–68
    Necip Türegen 1968–69
    Mehmet Ali Tuzcuoğlu 1969–70
    Adil Evrensel 1970–72
    Sezai Diblan 1972–74
    Hasan Şengel 1976–77
    İlhan Cavcav 1977–

    Genclerbirligi Further reading


    • (Turkish) Tanıl Bora.

    Genclerbirligi See also



    Genclerbirligi References


    1. ^ Genclerbirligi team profile turkish-football.com (English) accessed 27 Jan 2012

    Genclerbirligi External links




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