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Turkey STRAIGHT UP RECORD

Turkey STRAIGHT UP STREAK

1 LOSS IN A ROW

Turkey AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD

Turkey AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK

2 WINS IN A ROW

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Turkey TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK

1 UNDER IN A ROW

Turkey AVERAGE GOALS FOR (GF)

1.5

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1.2

Turkey AVERAGE GAME GOALS TOTAL (GF+GA)

2.7

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Trabzonspor fans invade pitch, attack Fenerbahce players in Turkey. Police have detained 12 people

Mon, Mar 18, 2024
Soccer News (AP)

Trabzonspor fans invade pitch, attack Fenerbahce players in Turkey. Police have detained 12 people

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - Turkish police have detained 12 people after fans of top tier soccer club Trabzonspor invaded the pitch following a home loss against Fenerbahce, touching off violent scuffles between the fans and visiting players.

The Trabzonspor fans charged onto the pitch as Fenerbahce players celebrated their 3-2 win following the final whistle of the Turkish Superlig game in the Black Sea coastal city of Trabzon late Sunday.

Some Fenerbahce players hit back at fans who kicked or punched them, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported. Security staff later helped the Fenerbahce players down the tunnel into the locker rooms.

The incident came just months after the president of top-flight club Ankaragucu was arrested for punching a referee following a match, prompting the Turkish Football Federation to briefly suspend league games.

Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya announced on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Monday that police detained 12 people in connection with the violence.

Yerlikaya said among those detained were a person who threw a projectile at Fenerbahce coach Ismail Kartal during the match, a man who was the first to invade the pitch, a fan who grabbed the corner flag and charged toward the players and a person who hit Fenerbahce goalkeeper Dominic Livakovic,

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Earlier, Yerlikaya said an investigation was ongoing and that those who invaded the pitch would be identified.

"The occurrence of violence on football fields is not acceptable," he wrote.

The Turkish Football Federation also condemned the incident and said those responsible would be punished following an investigation.

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