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Manisaspor fell to the Regional Amateur League

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Competing in the 3rd League 1st Group, Manisaspor fell to the Regional Amateur League 4 weeks before the end of the season. The Aegean representative, who once had names such as Caner Erkin, Hakan Balta, Burak Yilmaz, Filip Holosko, Selcuk Inan and Arda Turan, received penalties due to economic difficulties and could not recover again.

Manisaspor, which was in the last place in the 3rd League 1. Group, lost to Çankaya FK 3-2 and it was certain to be released to the Regional Amateur League. Super LeagueThe Aegean representative, who took part in 6 seasons in 2011, said goodbye to the league in 2011/12.

STAR FOOTBALL PLAYERS WERE PLAYED

Manisaspor, with names such as Caner Erkin, Hakan Balta, Burak Yılmaz, Filip Holosko, Selçuk Inan and Arda Turan, and Mustafa Denizli and Ersun Yanal as coaches, could not overcome the economic difficulties they have experienced recently. The Aegean representative received penalties to delete points in various periods due to his debts to football players who played before.

Manisaspor fell to the Regional Amateur League

THEY CAN ONLY WIN 1 TIME

After 6 seasons in the Super League, Manisaspor died in 2011-2012, after falling from the TFF 1st League in 2014-2015, it was promoted to this league again, but TFF fell to the 3rd League. Manisaspor, which continued its struggle in the 3rd League with the removal of the fall in the leagues, despite completing the TFF 3rd League 1st Group in the last season, experienced 1 win, 9 draws and 15 defeats in the remaining 25 matches this season.

FROM SUPER LEAGUE TO AMATEUR

Recently, the Super League Orduspor located in Turkey and represented in Europe, Gaziantepspor, teams such as Kayseri Erciyesspor and Mersin Idmanyurdu fell by amateurs. Of the teams in the Super League, Adalet, Akçaabat Sebatspor, Aydınspor, Bakırköyspor, Beykoz, Beyoğluspor, Bucaspor, Diyarbakırspor, Erzurumspor, Feriköy, Gaziantepspor, Göztepe, İzmirspor, Kayseri Erciyesspor, Kırıkkalespor, Malatyaspor, Mersin İdmanyurdu, Ordus Şekpor, Siirt, Vanspor, Vefa, Yeşildirek, Yozgatspor, Zeytinburnuspor and Zonguldakspor had bid farewell to the professional leagues.

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