1963–64 Mersin İdmanyurdu season

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Çukurova İdmanyurdu
1963–64 season
President Turkey Mehmet Karamehmet
Head coach Turkey İlhan Taşucu
Stadium Mersin City Stadium
Mersin, Turkey
Second League 5th
Turkish Cup Eliminated at R3
Most appearances Turkey Alp Sümeralp (18)
Top goalscorer League:
Turkey Hüseyin İlgin (6)

All:
Turkey Hüseyin İlgin (7)
Third colours

Mersin İdmanyurdu (also Mersin İdman Yurdu, Mersin İY, or MİY) Sports Club; located in Mersin, east Mediterranean coast of Turkey in 1963-1964. MİY was Turkey Amateur Champions in 1963. The 1963–64 season was the 1st season of Mersin İdmanyurdu football team in Second League, the second level division in Turkey. It was also the first season of the team in a professional league in Turkish football league system. The team also attended 1963–64 Turkish Cup (Türkiye Kupası) and was eliminated at third round.

MİY attended Turkish Second Football League in 1963–64 season as Çukurova İdmanyurdu (ÇİY) (due to sponsorship reasons). The president of the club was Mehmet Karamehmet. The season started with preparation games in August 1963 and ended on 31 May 1964 with the last round game of the second league. Head coach was İlhan Taşucu. He managed team with trainer Nazım Koka. Mostly appeared players were Alp Sümeralp and Muaammer Yapıcı (C), while top goal scorer was Hüseyin İlgin.

Pre-season[edit]

Preparation games: ÇİY-Tarsus İdmanyurdu: 7-0. ÇİY-Tarsus İdmanyurdu: 5-1. ÇİY-Türkocağı: 1-0. ÇİY-Doğanspor: 3-0.

1963–64 Second League participation[edit]

The 1963–64 was the first season of the league. ÇİY was one of two clubs became professional, which were coming from regional leagues other than Ankara, İstanbul and İzmir and participated in Second League. The other team was one of MİY's rivals, Adana Demirspor. Bursaspor was also formed by merging amateur clubs of the city and accepted to league at this season. The league season started with Çukurova İdmanyurduAdana Demirspor match in Mersin on 15 September 1964 and finished on 31 May 1965. The winner team promoted to 1964–65 First League and one bottom team relegated to regional league.

Çukurova İdmanyurdu finished fifth with 10 wins and 29 goals.[3]

Results summary[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1963–64 Second League league summary:

Overall Home Away
Stage Pc Pl W D L GF GA GD Pt Pl W D L GF GA GD Pt Pl W D L GF GA GD Pt
First half 5 12 5 3 4 14 17 -3 13 6 3 2 1 8 4 +4 8 6 2 1 3 6 13 -7 5
Second half 12 5 2 5 15 14 +1 12 6 5 1 0 12 4 +8 11 6 0 1 5 3 10 -7 1
Overall 5 24 10 5 9 29 31 -2 25 12 8 3 1 20 8 +12 19 12 2 2 8 9 23 -14 6
Sources: 1963–64 Turkish Second Football League pages.[4]

League table[edit]

Çukurova İdmanyurdu (ÇİY)'s position and results in 1963–64 Second League season league table:

Pc Team Games Goals Pts Home Away
Pl W D L F A F–A R Pc F–A R Pc
1 Şekerspor (P) 24 18 4 2 44 10 40 0–1 12 5 0–2 22 3
2 Adana Demirspor 24 17 4 3 30 10 38 0–0 1 1–2 15
3 Beylerbeyi 24 9 7 8 25 24 25 1–1 6 0–1 24 5
4 Vefa 24 9 7 8 27 28 25 2–1 7 1–3 23
5 Çukurova İdmanyurdu 24 10 5 9 29 31 25
6 Ülküspor 24 9 6 9 19 24 24 2–1 19 0–0 11
7 Sarıyer 24 6 10 8 23 25 22 1–0 14 6 2–1 2
8 Bursaspor 24 7 8 9 22 26 22 3–0 8 0–1 18
9 Karagümrük 24 7 7 10 30 29 21 2–2 13 0–7 3
10 Yeşildirek 24 7 6 11 26 31 20 2–1 9 2 1–1 21
11 Güneşspor 24 7 4 13 30 36 18 2–0 16 1–2 5 13
12 Altındağ 24 5 6 13 18 30 16 3–1 17 3 0–1 4
13 İzmir Demirspor (R) 24 6 4 14 26 45 16 2–0 20 3–2 10
Two points for a win. Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored. In the score columns first scores belong to ÇİY.
(P): Promoted to 1964–65 Turkish First Football League; (R): Relegated to Regional Amateur League.
Sources: 1963–64 Turkish Second Football League pages.[4]

Results by round[edit]

Results of games MİY played in 1963–64 Second League by rounds:

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Ground H A A A A H H H H A A H H H A H H A H H A A A A
Result D W L L L D W W W W D L D W L W W L W W D L L L
Position 13 2 5 6 3 3 5

Source: 1963–64 Turkish Second Football League pages.[4] u=14:10, 26 February 2015 (UTC)
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

First half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1963–64 Second League season first half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 1963-64 Turkish Second Football League pages.[6]

Mid-season[edit]

Preparation game:

Source: Milliyet online archive.[8]

Second half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1963–64 Second League season second half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 1963-64 Turkish Second Football League pages.[6]

1963–64 Turkish Cup participation[edit]

In 1963–64, Turkish Cup (Türkiye Kupası) was played for second time with 66 teams: 18 First League teams, 13 Second League teams, 20 regional league teams and 15 amateur teams. Three elimination rounds were played in one leg elimination system (in each round preliminary rounds were played), but if the result was a draw, a second game was played at second teams home. Quarterfinals, semifinals and finals were played in two leg (round-robin) elimination system. Galatasaray won the cup for second time and became eligible for 1963–64 ECW Cup. ÇİY participated at the cup starting form 2nd preliminary round of Round 3, and eliminated in original Round 3 game. PTT was eliminated in next round, i.e. quarter-finals.[11]

Cup track[edit]

The drawings and results Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) followed in 1963–64 Turkish Cup are shown in the following table.

Round Own League Opponent's League Opponent A/H Score Result
Round 3 Preliminary 2 Second League First League Ankara Demirspor H 2–1 Promoted to R3
Round 3 Second League First League PTT A 0–1 Eliminated
Note: In the above table 'Score' shows For and Against goals whether the match played at home or not.

Game details[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1963–64 Turkish Cup game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 1963–64 Turkish Cup pages.[11]

Management[edit]

Club management[edit]

Executive committee:

  • President: Mehmet Karamehmet (Mehmet Kemal Karamehmet); Deputy President: Sadık Eliyeşil; General Secretary: İbrahim Günay; General Captain: Kemal Evrim; Treasurer: Vecdi Mergen; Representative: Reşat Demir; members: Faruk Yunak, Edip Ergin, Halit Gazioğlu.[13]

Coaching team[edit]

Before the start of the season ÇİY was agreed with a Yugoslav manager, Dimitri Tadiç. Turkish Football Federation asked for Yugoslav federation for permission, but Yugoslavian side did not give. MİY's previous player İlhan Taşucu managed the team. Nazım Koka was trainer.

1963–64 Mersin İdmanyurdu head coaches:

Nat Head Coach Period Pl W D L Notes
Turkey İlhan Taşucu 01.08.1963 – 31.05.1964 36 11 5 10 Continued in the next season.
Note: Only official games were included.

1963–64 squad[edit]

Stats are counted for 1963–64 Second League matches and 1963–64 Turkish Cup (Türkiye Kupası) matches.[14][15] In the team rosters four substitutes were allowed to appear, two of who were substitutable. Only the players who appeared in game rosters were included and listed in the order of appearance.

O N Nat Name Birth Born Pos LA LG CA CG TA TG YC Red card Season Notes
1 1 Turkey Doğan Ölçücü GK 8 1 9 [16]
2 2 Turkey Muammer Yapıcı (C) 1937 DF 15 2 17 [17]
3 3 Turkey Emin Akkoç 1937 DF 13 2 15 1 [18]
4 4 Turkey Mehmet Diner MF 13 2 1 14 2 [19]
5 5 Turkey Ahmet Çubuk 1936 MF 4 4 previous season.[20]
6 6 Turkey Roni Kumdereli 1940 FW 9 3 1 10 3 [21]
7 7 Turkey Hüseyin İlgin FW 14 6 2 1 16 7 previous season.[22]
8 8 Turkey Oktay Güneri MF 13 1 2 15 1 previous season.[23]
9 9 Turkey Alp Sümeralp 1938 FW 16 4 2 18 4 previous season.[24]
10 10 Turkey Uğur Özalp FW 12 2 14 previous season.[25]
11 11 Turkey Faruk Yanardağ 1942 FW 14 3 1 15 3 [26]
12 5 Turkey Faruk Karadaoğan 1947 FW 11 4 2 1 13 5 [27][28]
13 4 Turkey Hakkı Uslan DF 2 2 [29]
14 3 Turkey Yalçın Sengel 1942 DF 3 3 [30]
15 8 Turkey Zafer Buran FW 2 2 [31]
16 1 Turkey Rızkullah Fakkusoğlu 1944 GK 3 3 previous season.[32]
17 4 Turkey Nejat Küçüksorgunlu 1933 İstanbul DF 8 1 1 9 1 1963 ST Vefa.[33][34]
18 6 Turkey Kemal Koska 1944 FW 1 1 [35]
19 8 Turkey Selahattin Yançatarol 1940 FW 10 2 12 previous season.[36]
20 1 Turkey Erdem Arat 1946 GK 5 1 6 [28][37]
Sources: 1963–64 season squad data from maçkolik com, Milliyet, and Erbil (1975).[15]

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Home colors were adapted from a picture on Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 Years, p. 46. Retrieved on 29 July 2011 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, (in Turkish).
  2. ^ Away colors were adapted from a picture on Milliyet online archive depicting two players from 2nd round game against Sarıyer. See K.gümrük, Sarıyer rakiplerine yenildiler (free membership is required to search). Retrieved on 7 August 2015.
  3. ^ See full table and results from Cem Pekin Archives. Retrieved on 26 August 2009. (in English).
  4. ^ a b c Standings, promotion and relegations from Cem Pekin Archives, retrieved on 26 August 2009. Standings and results from maçkolik.com league page, retrieved on 26 February 2015. Standings by rounds obtained from a search performed in Milliyet online archive performed on 12 August 2010.
  5. ^ Round 02 - 21.09.1963 - Sarıyer-ÇİY: 1-2. Saturday, 15:00. Mithatpaşa Stadium, İstanbul. Sarıyer: goal: Kaya 32'. ÇİY: Doğan, Emin, Muammer, Uğur, Ahmet, Oktay, Faruk I, Faruk II, Roni, Alp, Hüseyin. Goals: Faruk I 52', Roni 58'. See "Karagümrük and Sarıyer lost". K.gümrük, Sarıyer rakiplerine yenildi. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 22.09.1963, p. 8. Retrieved on 15.06.2011. (in Turkish)
  6. ^ a b See league table and results table at Cem Pekin Archives. Retrieved on 12 August 2010. (in Turkish). League table and round-by-round scores are available at maçkolik.com website. Retrieved on 15 January 2013. (in Turkish). The information which are not available in these sources (e.g. standings by rounds, attendances, time info etc.) were obtained through an advanced search performed in Milliyet online archive for 1963–64 Mersin İdmanyurdu season (Free membership is required to search). Retrieved on 12 August 2010. (in Turkish).
  7. ^ Mid-season - 10.02.1964 - ÇİY-National Youth Team: 1-0. Monday. Mersin. Referee: Kemal Bulu. Attendance: 3000. ÇİY: Doğan, Yalçın, Muammer, Mehmet, Nejat, Oktay, B.Faruk, Hakkı, Zafer, Hasan, Alp. Goal: Nejat 51'. National Youth Team: Erdem (Mete), Erol (Oktay), Faruk II, Selçuk (Necdet), İsmail (Mehmet), Yavuz, Ender (Teoman), Yusuf (İbrahim), Faruk (Fuat), Fuat (Tuncer), Atalay (Zeki). See "National youth team did not impressed". Genç Milliler göz doldurmadı. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 11.02.1964, p. 8. Retrieved on 15.06.2011. (in Turkish)
  8. ^ Information was obtained through a search performed in Milliyet online archive for 1963–64 Mersin İdmanyurdu season. Note: A free membership registration is required. Retrieved on 12 August 2010. (in Turkish).
  9. ^ Round 15 - 23.02.1964 - Adana Demirspor-ÇİY: 2-1. Tuesday. Konya. The game in Adana (23.02.1964) was delayed due to disorderly behaviors of the audience. Referee Tarık Yamaç has postponed the game at 81st minute. See "D.spor-İdmanyurdu event gets something". D.spor İdmanyurdu hadisesi büyüyor. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 05.05.1964, p. 8. Retrieved on 15.06.2011. (in Turkish). The game was played in Konya on 12.05.1964.
  10. ^ Round 22 - 16.05.1964 - Şekerspor-ÇİY: 2-0. Saturday, 14:00. 19 Mayıs Stadium, Ankara. Şekerspor: Yusuf, Süleyman, Aydın, Metin, Zafer, Selahattin, Yalçın, Ali, Mehmet, Muzaffer, İhsan. Goals: Ali 45', Muzaffer 86'. Penalty missed: Metin 88'. Sent off: Mehmet 66'. ÇİY: Erdem, Emin, Muammer, Mehmet, Nejat, Oktay, B.Faruk, Uğur, K.Faruk, Alp, Hüseyin. Sent off: Emin 66'. See "Şekerspor beat İd. Yurdu yesterday". Şekerspor dün de İd.Yurdu'nu yendi. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 17.05.1964, p. 8. Retrieved on 15.06.2011. (in Turkish)
  11. ^ a b TFF's official site does not have an official page for 1963–64 Turkish Cup. See round-by-round results and some details at Cem Pekin Archives. Retrieved on 23 July 2010. (in English). The information in more detail was obtained through an advanced searched performed in Milliyet online archive for 1963–64 Mersin İdmanyurdu season. Retrieved on 23 July 2010. (in Turkish).
  12. ^ Turkish Cup R3 - Only stadium, goal and teams were mentioned. See "Short News with Pictures". Resimli Kısa Haberler. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 19.03.1964, p. 8. Retrieved on 25.06.2011. (in Turkish)
  13. ^ See Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 Years (in Turkish). Retrieved on 29 July 2011 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, pp. 47-48.
  14. ^ Stats were not provided by TFF for this season. See TFF Club page. Search for 1963–64 squad and 1963–64 matches are not provided. Retrieved on 7 August 2015.
  15. ^ a b Stats were obtained from three sources. (1) Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 Years (in Turkish). Retrieved on 29 July 2011 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, p. 47. (2) An advanced search performed in Milliyet online archive for 1963–64 Mersin İdmanyurdu season. (3) Other appearance and goal stats were obtained from maçkolik.com. Appearance and goal stats obtained from maçkolik.com are not complete, because rosters of some games were not available at the date these stats were obtained, 15 January 2013.
  16. ^ Doğan Ölçücü. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  17. ^ Muammer Yapıcı. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  18. ^ Emin Akkoç. Emin received 45 days penalty from discipline committee. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  19. ^ Mehmet Diner Mamik. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  20. ^ Ahmet Çubuk. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  21. ^ Roni Kumdereli. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  22. ^ Hüseyin Rıza İlgin. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  23. ^ Oktay Güneri. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  24. ^ Alp Sümeralp. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  25. ^ Uğur Özalp. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  26. ^ Faruk Yanardağ K. Faruk. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  27. ^ Faruk Karadaoğan B. Faruk. At the end of the season player left and signed to Gençlerbirliği (1964). Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  28. ^ a b Goalkeeper Erdem and midfielder K.Faruk have been capped in Youth National Team against Romania National Youth team in Mersin 19 Mayıs Stadium in 12.02.1964, 14:30. Young national team played another game against Romania in Antalya in a few days later."Youth national team plays against Romania." Genç Milliler bugün Romanya ile oynuyor. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 12.02.1964. Retrieved on 14.06.2010. (in Turkish).
  29. ^ Hakkı Uslan. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  30. ^ Yalçın Sengel. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  31. ^ Zafer Buran. At the end of the season player left and signed to Beyoğluspor (1964). Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  32. ^ Rızkullah Fakkusoğlu. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  33. ^ Nejat Küçüksorgunlu. Player signed on 27 September 1963. He left at the end of the season. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  34. ^ Nejat was transferred from Vefa (27.09.1963). Nejat had problem with his club and became free agent with the decision of the Federation. See "Greetings from Vefa's Nejat." Vefalı Nejat'tan selam var. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 03.05.1964, Pazar ilavesi. Retrieved on 14.06.2010. (in Turkish)
  35. ^ Kemal Koska. Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  36. ^ Selahattin Yançatarol. At the end of the season player left and signed to Gençlerbirliği (1964). Details from maçkolik.com. page.
  37. ^ Erdem Arat. At the end of the season player left to sign to Galatasaray. Details from maçkolik.com. page.