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Manisaspor

Manisaspor
Full name Manisa Spor Kulübü
Nickname(s) Tarzanlar (Tarzans)
Founded 15 June 1965 (1965-06-15)
Ground Manisa 19 Mayıs Stadium
Manisa, Turkey
Ground Capacity 16,597[1]
Chairman Emre Hasgör
Manager Tahir Karapınar
League Second League, Red Group
2014–15 First League, 16th (Relegated)
Website Club home page

Manisaspor is a professional Turkish football club located in the city of Manisa. Originally formed in 1931 as Sakaryaspor, the club changed its name to Manisaspor on 15 June 1965.[2] The club colours are red, white, and black. Manisaspor play their home matches at Manisa 19 Mayis Stadi.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Colours and badge 2
  • League participations 3
  • Manisali Tarzan 4
  • Current squad 5
  • Selected former players 6
  • Managers 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

History

Manisaspor was founded in 1931 as Sakaryaspor, although the club was not located in Sakarya. The original club colours were black and white. Sakaryaspor won the Manisa Amateur League 15 times, and finished 3rd in the Turkish Amateur League in 1954.[2]

The club ceased operations during World War II, but continued competing in 1946. In 1964, Manisaspor were allowed to compete professionally in the 1.Lig as Manisa Sakaryaspor.[3] In their first season, the club finished with 16 points, earning them relegation. However, on 15 June 1965 at 21:00, Sakaryaspor officially became Manisaspor, and the club was allowed tom compete in the 1. Lig again.[2]

Manisaspor spent the first forty years of their existence in the lower leagues of the Turkish football league system. In 2001, they received a financial boost from Zorlu Holding, who injected the club with money. In turn, Manisaspor were re-branded as Vestel Manisaspor. Their first promotion to the Süper Lig came in 2005 under the guidance of manager Levent Eriş.[2]

Ersun Yanal was named new manager for the 2005–06 season. At the end of the winter break in the 2006-07 season, Manisaspor were flying high in fourth position. However, they could not keep up the results, finishing in 12th place, four points away from relegation.[2][4]

Manisaspor finally relegated from First League after finishing it as 16th in 2014-15 season and returned to third level after 13 years.

Colours and badge

Manisa SK's classic home kit

Manisaspor originally wore black and white kits.[2] The club changed their badge, removing the Vestel moniker and replacing it with the clubs foundation year (1965).

League participations

  • Super League: 2005-2008, 2009-2012
  • First League: 1964-1978, 1980-1983, 1991-1993, 1994-1995, 2002-2005, 2008–2009, 2012-2015
  • Second League: 1978-1980, 1984-1991, 1993-1994, 1995-2002, 2015-
  • Amateur Level: 1931-1964, 1983-1984

Manisali Tarzan

The club has a loyal following in the city. Their ultras are known as ‘Tarzanlar’, named after a local hero known as ‘Manisa Tarzanı’ (Tarzan of Manisa). He was a veteran of WW1 decorated with military honors who gave up his privileges, giving all his money to the poor, to commit his life to the reforrestation of Manisa after most of the city's trees and green areas were burned down during WW1.[5]

Current squad

As of 17 October, 2015.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Bayram Olgun
4 DF Erdi Öner
5 DF Berk Neziroglulari
6 DF Ümit Yasin Arslan
7 FW Gökdeniz Varol
8 MF Metin Yüksel
9 FW Mertan Caner Öztürk
10 MF Sefa Küpeli
11 MF Ahmet Ayaloğlu
13 GK Murat Demir
14 MF Abdullah Berkay Velivar
17 FW Hasan Ahmet Sarı
19 MF Timur Karagülmez
20 MF Tolga Çandar
21 MF Oktay Günaydın
22 DF Nuri Terliksiz
No. Position Player
23 MF Barbaros Barut
26 DF Gökhan Dinçer
28 DF Erten Erenler
32 DF Yunus Yılmaz
33 DF Onur Sağlam
45 MF Hakan Turan
48 MF Ozan Sol
55 MF Sercan Türkeri
61 MF Savaş Yılmaz
66 MF Alper Mete
67 FW Alper Önal
74 GK Yağızcan Akyürek
77 MF Kaan Aşnaz
88 FW Bahattin Köse
90 DF Onur Kalafat

Selected former players

Managers

References

  1. ^ a b MANİSASPOR tff.org (Turkish), accessed 27 May 2010
  2. ^ a b c d e f TARİHÇE manisaspor.org.tr (Turkish), accessed 28 May 2010
  3. ^ 1964–1965 1. Lig turkish-soccer.com (Erdinç Sivritepe), accessed 28 May 2010
  4. ^ Süper Lig 2005–06
  5. ^ www.turkish-football.com

External links

  • Manisaspor and Turkish football club info and news in English (English)
  • Manisaspor's official web site (Turkish)
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