Galatasaray Istanbul sacked its star coach Fatih Terim. The Turkish record champion announced this on Monday. Possible successors are Roger Schmidt and Dominic Torrent.
Galatasaray is looking for a new coach: Fatih Terim is no longer the traditional Turkish club coach. Istanbul Grand Club announced on Monday that they and Terim have agreed to go their separate ways with immediate effect.
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Galatasaray has had a very bad season so far, it is only 12th in the league and 22 points behind leaders Trabzonspor. In the Turkey Cup, shortly before the end of the year, there was an embarrassment against the second-tier club Denizlispor.
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Terim gave the team a makeover in the summer and got the full backing of new boss Burak Elmas.
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Due to lack of success, the board of directors recently wanted to change Terim’s coaching staff, among other things. “I don’t know anything,” Terim said on Saturday after the 0-1 win over newly promoted Denizlispor. He was traded as a potential assistant to Terim Domenec Torrent, who worked with Pep Guardiola at FC Bayern. He is now a candidate for the position of Technical Director.
Will Roger Schmidt succeed Fatih Terim?
According to the information received from Hurriyet But Roger Schmidt. The 54-year-old German is currently training at PSV Eindhoven. Galatasaray rival Fenerbahce has expressed interest in hiring the former Leverkusen coach.