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    Kayserispor


    Kayserispor
    Kayserispor.png
    Full name Kayserispor
    Nickname(s) Anadolu Yıldızı (Anatolian Star)
    Founded 1975 (as Kayseri Emniyetspor)
    Ground Kadir Has Stadium
    Kayseri
    Ground Capacity 32,864[1]
    Chairman Recep Mamur
    Manager Vacant
    League Süper Lig
    2012–13 Süper Lig, 5th
    Website Club home page
    _kayserispor1011h
    Home colours
    Away colours

    Kayserispor is a professional Turkish football club located in the city of Kayseri. Formed in 1975 as Kayseri Emniyetspor (Real Kayserispor was founded in 1966 became Kayseri Erciyesspor in 2004), Kayserispor are nicknamed Anadolu Yıldızı (The Star of Anatolia). The club colours are red and yellow, and the club play their home matches at Kadir Has Stadium.[1] The club have won one Türkiye Kupası, in 2008. They also finished runners-up for the Süper Kupa in 2008, and have finished fifth in the Süper Lig four times, in 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, and Süper Lig 2012-13. In continental competition, the club have won the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2006. The club switched names with crosstown club Kayseri Erciyesspor in 2004.[2]


    Kayserispor History


    In 1965, Orhan Şefik Apak, then president of the Turkish Football Federation, asked cities in Turkey to combine their amateur football clubs into one singular club that would represent their communities. These new clubs would compete in the newly created 2.Lig (Second Division). After several meetings, representatives of the city merged Erciyesspor, Sanayispor, and Ortaanadoluspor to form Kayserispor. The club submitted the required paperwork and were officially founded as Kayserispor on 1 July 1966. They began competing in the 1966–67 2.Lig. Erdoğan Gürhan was the first manager, signing a contract worth 1,500 TL. In their first season, the club competed in the Beyaz Grup (White Group). Yener scored the first goal in club history when he netted a shot in the 17th minute against Ankara Toprakspor. The club finished with a nine win, nine draw, and twelve loss record in 30 matches while scoring 21 goals and conceding 33. They finished in ninth place.[2][3]

    Kayserispor were promoted to the 1.Lig for the first time at the end of the 1972–73 season.[4] They were also relegated for the first time in 1974–75, and competed in the 2.Lig until 1979–80.[5] Kayserispor defeated Galatasaray in the quarter-finals of the 1977–78 Türkiye Kupası, and reached the semi-finals for the first time. They went on to lose to Adana Demirspor.[6] In 1978, Tamer Kaptan, manager of the club at the time, brought Johan Cruyff's Total Football system to Kayserispor after watching the Netherlands national football team in the 1978 FIFA World Cup. The club proceeded to score 66 goals that season, which ranked them second in Europe behind English club Liverpool F.C. The club were promoted again at the end of the 1978–79, but were relegated at the end of the following season.[2] Kayserispor were promoted to the 1.Lig again in 1984–85, but were once again relegated the following year. They would continue competing in the 2.Lig until the end of the 1991–92 season. The club set a record for most managers in a season when they hired and fired eight coaches throughout the 1988–89 season. Kayserispor reached a low point when they were relegated to the 3.Lig the following season. The club continued to yo-yo between divisions before their most recent promotion to the Süper Lig began in 2004–05. It was at this time that Kayserspor switched names with Kayseri Erciyesspor. Manager Hüsnü Özkara was fired after seven matches into the season after accumulating two points out of a possible twenty-one. Hikmet Karaman took over as manager and guided the club to a 14th place finish, two places above the relegation zone.[2]

    Ertuğrul Sağlam, former Samsunspor and Beşiktaş player, took over for Karaman at the end of the season. Sağlam lead the club to fifth place in the league and Gökhan Ünal won the Gol Kralı (Top Goal Scorer) award after netting 25 goals in 32 matches.[7][8] The club qualified for European competition for the first time. The club would go on to win the 2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup and qualified for the 2006–07 UEFA Cup, where they lost to AZ in the second round.[9] Kayserispor finished fifth for the second time in a row at the end of the 2006–07 season. Sağlam moved to Beşiktaş over the summer, with Tolunay Kafkas being his replacement. Kafkas lead the club to a third straight fifth place finish, as well as the clubs first Türkiye Kupası title in 2008.On 15 October 2012,it was confirmed that Robert Prosinečki signed two-year coaching contract with Kayserispor.It was also confirmed that his assistants at Kayserispor will be Gordan Ciprić and Dragan Spasić.


    Kayserispor Stadium


    Kadir Has Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Kayseri, Turkey. It is part of complex of sports venues that are planned on the outskirts of the city, as part of the Atatürk Sport Complex. It replaced Kayseri Atatürk Stadium, which had been in use since 1964. It was completed in early 2008, and has primarily been used to host the home matches of Kayserispor and Kayseri Erciyesspor. The stadium has a capacity of 32,864 (all-seated) and is covered. The stadium contains several restaurants, cafes, and VIP areas for fans. Two shopping centres are also located nearby, and the parking lot holds 1,785 cars.[10] The light-rail system of Kayseri, Kayseray, passes near the stadium complex, allowing the fans an alternative to traveling by car or bus.


    Kayserispor Club emblem


    The mountains in the emblem represent Kayseri's landmark Mount Erciyes, the K represents Kayseri, the S represents Spor and 1966 signifies the year the club (now Kayseri Erciyesspor) was founded.[11]


    Kayserispor European history



    Kayserispor UEFA ranking

    As of 26 April 2013[12]
    Rank Country Team Points
    178 Turkey Eskişehirspor 7.900
    179 Turkey Gaziantepspor 7.900
    180 Turkey Kayserispor 7.900

    Kayserispor Matches

    Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
    2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup 2R Hungary Sopron 3–3 1–0 4–3
    3R Greece Larissa 2–0 0–0 2–0
    2006–07 UEFA Cup 2Q Albania Tirana 3–1 2–0 5–1
    1R Netherlands AZ Alkmaar 1–1 2–3 3–4
    2008–09 UEFA Cup 1R France Paris S.G. 1–2 0–0 1–2
    Notes
    • 1R: First round
    • 2R: Second round
    • 3R: Third round
    • 2Q: Second qualifying round
    • PO: Play-off round

    Kayserispor Players



    Kayserispor 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 Ertuğrul Taşkıran (on loan from Fenerbahçe)
    4 Turkey DF Cüneyt Köz
    5 Portugal DF Henrique Sereno
    6 Georgia (country) DF Zurab Khizanishvili (Captain)
    7 Turkey MF Sefa Yılmaz
    8 Turkey MF Abdullah Durak
    9 Brazil FW Bobô
    11 Turkey FW Mert Nobre
    12 Turkey FW Sinan Bakış
    13 Senegal FW Babacar Diop
    14 Turkey MF Yener Arıca
    15 Montenegro DF Marko Simić
    16 Serbia MF Srđan Mijailović
    No. Position Player
    17 Argentina FW Pablo Mouche
    20 Turkey MF Bilal Gülden
    21 Netherlands MF Diego Biseswar
    23 Turkey MF Taner Yalçın
    24 Turkey MF Salih Dursun
    25 Turkey MF Alper Uludag
    27 Turkey DF Erdal Akdarı
    28 Turkey MF Engin Bekdemir
    30 Turkey MF Okay Yokuşlu
    34 Turkey GK Deniz Mehmet
    35 Turkey GK Gökhan Değirmenci
    38 Turkey MF Ömer Bayram
    42 Turkey DF Mehmet Kalem

    Kayserispor Players out on loan

    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
    Turkey DF Nurettin Kayaoğlu (at Adana Demirspor until 30 June 2014)

    Kayserispor Honours



    Kayserispor League


    Kayserispor Cup


    Kayserispor Managers



    Kayserispor References


    1. ^ a b KAYSERİSPOR tff.org (Turkish), accessed 16 July 2010
    2. ^ a b c d Kayserispor Kulübü Tarihçesi kayserispor.org.tr (Turkish), accessed 16 July 2010
    3. ^ Pekin, Cem 1966–1967 Türkiye 2. Ligi turkish-soccer.com, accessed 16 July 2010
    4. ^ Pekin, Cem 1972–1973 Türkiye 2. Ligi turkish-soccer.com, accessed 16 July 2010
    5. ^ Sivritepe, Erdinç 1974–1975 1.Lig turkish-soccer.com, accessed 16 July 2010
    6. ^ Pekin, Cem 1977–1978 – 16. Türkiye Kupası turkish-soccer.com, accessed 16 July 2010
    7. ^ Sivritepe, Erdinç 2004–2005 1.Super League turkish-soccer.com, accessed 16 July 2010
    8. ^ Ligin Gol Kralları tff.org (Turkish), accessed 9 July 2010
    9. ^ UEFA European Competitions 2006–07 rsssf.com, accessed 16 July 2010
    10. ^ Yeni Kayseri Atatürk Stadyumu damacana.org (Turkish), accessed 16 July 2010
    11. ^ Kayserispor team profile turkish-football.com (English) accessed 07 Feb 2012
    12. ^ UEFA Club Coefficients – UEFA.com

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