Soccer / Football : Turkey : Super League 2015/2016


Fenerb. 28.8.15
Lazar Markovic to join Fenerbahce on loan

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed Lazar Markovic will leave the club to join Fenerbahce on a season-long loan. The 21-year-old, Liverpool's 25m signing from Benfica last summer, is being allowed to move to aid his development and the EPL side insist he will be returning to Anfield. The Serbia international made 34 appearances, including 11 league starts, last season.

Besiktas 26.8.15
Besiktas announce Victor Valdes deal

Besiktas have announced a deal for Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes. The 33-year-old Spaniard has been asked to find a new club by the Dutch manager Louis van Gaal after he reportedly refused to feature for the United reserves. Valdes, who was a free agent after leaving Barcelona last summer, was signed by Van Gaal during the January transfer window. Besiktas have reached an agreement for a two-year deal with the option of a third.

Trabzon 25.8.15
Trabzonspor sign Marin on loan

Chelsea have confirmed that midfielder Marko Marin, 26, has signed for Trabzonspor on a season-long loan. The Turkish side have the option to secure Marin on a permanent basis. Marin has made just six Premier League appearances for Chelsea and has been sent on loan to Sevilla, Fiorentina and Anderlecht in recent seasons.

Antalya 25.8.15
Mbolhi moves to Antalyaspor

Algeria goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi has signed for Antalyaspor after being allowed to leave MLS side Philadelphia Union. The 29-year-old was on trial with English Championship side Bolton Wanderers last week but has signed a three-year deal in Turkey instead. He joins Cameroon's Samuel Eto'o at the club, after he signed for them in July. Mbolhi impressed for Algeria at the 2014 World Cup as they reached the second stage.

Trabzon 11.8.15
N'Doye moves to Trabzonspor

Dame N'Doye has completed a 3.1m move from Hull to Trabzonspor. The Senegalese striker arrived from Lokomotiv Moscow on deadline day in January and made an immediate impact, scoring three times in his first four appearances. He went on to score both goals in the victory over Crystal Palace but ended the season on a five-game scoreless streak as the Tigers slipped out of the Barclays Premier League. The 30-year-old has agreed a three-year deal with Trabzonspor.

1Besiktas662-0-1 (3)
2Kasimp.642-0-0 (2)
3Antalya632-0-0 (2)
4Trabzon622-0-0 (2)
5Akhisar421-1-0 (2)
5Fenerb.421-1-0 (2)
7Rize411-1-0 (2)
8Osmanli411-1-0 (2)
9Eskisehir301-0-1 (2)
10Gaziantep3-61-0-2 (3)
11Kayseri200-2-0 (2)
11Konya200-2-0 (2)
13Galatas.1-10-1-1 (2)
14Siva1-20-1-1 (2)
15Basaksehir0-20-0-2 (2)
16Bursa0-20-0-2 (2)
17Gencler.0-30-0-2 (2)
18Mersin0-50-0-2 (2)

last results

28.8Gaziantep - Besiktas0:4
24.8Galatas. - Osmanli1:2
23.8Bursa - Gaziantep0:1
23.8Rize - Fenerb.1:1
23.8Antalya - Gencler.3:1
23.8Eskisehir - Siva4:2
22.8Besiktas - Trabzon1:2
22.8Kayseri - Konya1:1
22.8Akhisar - Mersin2:0

Turkish Super League stats

home wins32 %
draws26 %
away wins42 %

League format : Soccer / Football : Turkey : Super League 2015/2016

The Super League is the main national football competition in Turkey. The league consists of 18 teams. During the season, each team plays twice against each opponent on a home and away basis. So, the total number of games per team is 34. The points allocation system follows the international standard with three points for a victory and one for a tie. The club with the most points at the conclusion of the season becomes the Turkish champion.

The top two teams in the Super League also qualify for the UEFA Champions League, with the Turkish champion proceeding directly to the group stage. The second-place team enters in the second qualifying round of Europe's top football competition. At the end of each season, the bottom three teams of the Turkish Super League are directly relegated to the Second Division (Second League A). The top three finishers of the Turkish Second Division move into the Super League where they will compete in the next campaign.

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