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The Super League change of direction is not interrupted

While 14 teams changed coaches in the 2021–22 season in Spor Toto Super League, the change of technical staff continued with Atakaş Hatayspor and VavaCars Fatih Karagümrük after the end of the season.

In the first half, Kasımpaşa, Yukatel Kayserispor, Adana Demirspor, Göztepe, Aytemiz Alanyaspor, Çaykur Rizespor, Medipol Başakşehir, Öznur Kablo Yeni Malatyaspor, Fraport TAV Antalyaspor, Beşiktaş, VavaCars Fatih Karagümrük and Fenerbahçe favored changes in their technical committees Galatasaray and Altai. parted ways with their coaches.

Ömer Erdoğan at Atakaş Hatayspor, Rıza Çalımbay at Demir Grup Sivasspor, Erol Bulut at Gaziantep FK, Hakan Keleş at GZT Giresunspor, İlhan Palut at Ittifak Holding Konyaspor and Abdullah Avci at champion Trabzonspor remained at the helm of their teams throughout the season.

CHANGE REGISTRATION IS TO NEW MALATYASPOR

Öznur Yeni Malatyaspor, the team that changed the most coaches, served with 5 temporary names. Although Malatya’s representative agreed with Adem Büyük, who was in the squad after İrfan Buz and Marius Sumudica, he parted ways after 3 matches. After Adem Büyük, Öznur Kablo Yeni Malatyaspor, managed by Cihat Gülenen for 1 game, ends the season with Cihat Arslan.

Altay, Göztepe and Kasımpaşa 4, Aytemiz Alanyaspor, Beşiktaş, Çaykur Rizespor and Fenerbahçe 3, Adana Demirspor, Fraport TAV Antalyaspor, Galatasaray, Medipol Başakşehir, VavaCars Fatih Karagümrük and Yukatel Kayserispor worked under two different names.

While Zeki Murat Göle had been working for 3 matches after Vitor Pereira at Fenerbahçe, one of these teams, Serdar Sabuncu, one of the infrastructure coaches, was working at Göztepe, whose relegation was finalized in the last 4 weeks.

EMPLOYEES IN TWO TEAMS

During the season, Bülent Korkmaz coached Aytemiz Alanyaspor and Çaykur Rizespor, Francesco Farioli coached VavaCars Fatih Karagümrük and Aytemiz Alanyaspor, Cihat Arslan Kasımpaşa and Öznur Kablo Yeni Malatyaspor.

AFTER THE END OF THE LEAGUE, 2 TEAMS SEPARATE FROM THEIR MANAGERS

After the end of the Spor Toto Super League season, Atakaş Hatayspor announced that they will not continue in the new season with Ömer Erdoğan and VavaCars Fatih Karagümrük with Volkan Demirel.

2021-2022 SEASON DIRECTORS

Besides the temporary league names, the coaches who have served this season and the number of matches they have played are as follows:

Adana Demirspor: Samet Aybaba (3), Vincenzo Montella (35)

Altai: Mustafa Denizli (20), Mert Nobre (3), Serkan Özbalta (7), Sinan Kaloğlu (8)

Atakas Hatayspor: Omer Erdogan (38)

Aytemiz Alanyaspor: Cağdaş Atan (3), Bülent Korkmaz (16), Francesco Farioli (19)

Beşiktas: Sergen Yalçın (15), Önder Karaveli (15), Valerin Ismael (8)

Çaykur Rizespor: Bulent Uygun (6), Hamza Hamzaoğlu (20), Bulent Korkmaz (12)

Demir Grup Sivasspor: Rıza Çalımbay (38)

Fenerbahce: Vitor Pereira (17), Zeki Murat Göle (3), Ismail Kartal (18)

Fraport TAV Antalyaspor: Ersun Yanal (8), Nuri Sahin (30)

Galatasaray: Fatih Terim (20), Domenec Torrent (18)

Gaziantep FK: Erol Bulut (38)

Goztepe: Unal Karaman (3), Nestor El Maestro (25), Stjepan Tomas (6), Serdar Sabuncu (4)

GZT Giresunspor: Hakan Keles (38)

Ittifak Holding Konyaspor: Ilhan Palut (38)

Kasımpaşa: Şenol Can (1), Cihat Arslan (9) Hakan Kutlu, (7), Sami Uğurlu (21)

Medipol Basaksehir: Aykut Kocaman (8), Emre Belözoğlu (30)

Öznur Kablo Yeni Malatyaspor: İrfan Buz (8), Marius Sumudica (15), Adem Büyük (3), Cihat Gülecek (1), Cihat Arslan (11)

VavaCars Fatih Karagumruk: Francesco Farioli (19), Volkan Demirel (19)

Yukatel Kayserispor: Yalçın Kosukavak (2), Hikmet Karaman (36)

Trabzonspor: Abdullah Avci (38)

Source: Cumhuriyet

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