Marmaray statement from Trabzonspor: We are worried about the increased tension

The banner hung in the stadium during the Antalya match, where Tranzonspor won the championship, caused the tension between Fenarbahçe and the burgundy blue team to rise. Finally, after the attack on the fans who wanted to return home after the Trabzonspor-Altay match played in Istanbul yesterday and who were wearing Trabzonspor jersey, Trabzonspor President Ahmet Ağaoğlu made a statement stating that he was worried about the increased tension.

Trabzonspor-Fraport TAV Antalyaspor in the stands in the 35th week of Spor Toto Super League pop up banner Fenerbahce his reaction and caused the two teams’ supporters and managers to come face to face.

Finally, after the Trabzonspor-Altay match played in Istanbul, Trabzonspor fans wanted to return home. being attacked Afterwards, a statement came from Trabzonspor President Ahmet Ağaoğlu.

Stating that he was worried about the ‘raised’ tension, Ağaoğlu said, “I am following with great sadness the events that show that this tension has turned into verbal and physical violence between the supporters of the two teams.”


Ağaoğlu said, “Football is of course a sport where struggle and competition are high not only on the field, but also outside the field.”

“It is perfectly natural for the fans to compete with each other, as well as the football players.

Fan and football competition is one of the most beautiful colors of social life as long as it can be lived in peace by respecting different belongings.

However, it is unacceptable that competition loses its basic values ​​such as respect and sportsmanship, turns into violence and outrage, and confronts us with different manifestations in social life.


At this point, the responsibility of those who assume the presidency of clubs should come to mind.

We respect different colors and competitors; We should be an example and pioneer for the football community by avoiding discriminatory and hateful speech and approaching issues with common sense.


In this context, I condemn the provocative language that has been used persistently for weeks and the violence we face today as an inevitable result of this hateful language.

We will follow the legal events and take all necessary steps.

However, I owe it to the football public to call for common sense so that similar incidents do not happen in the future: Love for the game of football and respect for the opponent should be common values ​​for all communities.

Please do not let provocative statements get in the way of our common values.


Finally, we would like to thank once again to our esteemed fans, who have left the whole world in awe by celebrating their championship with great enthusiasm without causing any outrage or any public order incident; I sincerely wish them to keep their common sense and enjoy the championship to the fullest from now on.”

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