1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season

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Mersin İdmanyurdu
1965–66 season
President Halit Gazioğlu
Coach Turkey Lefter Küçükandonyadis
Stadium City Stadium
Mersin, Turkey
Second League Red group: 3rd
Final group: 5th
Turkish Cup Did not participate
Most appearances Mehmet Diner "Mamik": 28
Top goalscorer Alp Sümeralp: 10
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Mersin İdmanyurdu (also Mersin İdman Yurdu, Mersin İY, or MİY) Sports Club; located in Mersin, east Mediterranean coast of Turkey in 1965-1966. The 1965–66 season was the 3rd season of Mersin İdmanyurdu football team in Second League, the second level division in Turkey.

The club had had name "Çukurova İdmanyurdu" again under Çukurova Group sponsorship and finished 5th. On 20 July 1965 the club and fans celebrated the 40th anniversary of their foundation. Executive committee comprised Mehmet Karametmet, Halit Gazioğlu, Sezai Sak.

At the beginning of the season Fahrettin Cansever was the coach of the team. In the half season Lefter Küçükantonyadis became the manager of the team (20 January 1966). Lefter signed for four months. One month later, Lefter had been stabbed by a fan (a restaurant owner, Fikri Özkörüklü) and hospitalized.[1] Many citizens, pupils, NGO representatives and sports people visited him in hospital and his room was filled with flowers. Lefter declared that he will not leave the team.[2] Fahrettin Cansever became the trainer of Beykozspor (12 January 1966).[3] On 7 June 1966 before the last match of the season, Lefter left Mersin. He said that he was compliant of the behaviours of executive committee member Sezai Sak.[4]

Pre-season[edit]

  • Preparation game: ÇİY-Türkocağı: 4-1.
  • Spor-Toto Cup: 15 August 1965 - Adana Demirspor-ÇİY: 0-2. Sunday, 17:00. City Stadium, Adana. Goals: Mehmet.
  • Spor-Toto Cup: 22 August 1965 - ÇİY-Adana Demirspor: 0-0. Sunday. Mersin.
  • Preparation game: 29 September 1965. ÇİY-Adana Milli Mensucat. Sunday.

1965–66 league participation[edit]

Second League 1965–66 was played by 22 teams in two groups (red and white), 11 in each. Top four teams played promotion group matches in league format. Bottom teams played relegation play-out. Top two teams promoted to First League 1966–67.

Results summary[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1965–66 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
Ranking group 2 20 9 7 4 26 13 +13 25 10 7 3 0 20 6 +14 17 10 2 4 4 6 7 -1 8
Final group 5 14 6 3 5 21 16 +5 15 7 4 1 2 11 7 +4 9 7 2 2 3 10 9 +1 6
Overall 34 15 10 9 47 29 +18 40 17 11 4 2 31 13 +18 26 17 4 6 7 16 16 0 14
Sources: 1965–66 Turkish Second Football League pages.[5]

Ranking group performance[edit]

The 1965–66 season Red Group (stage 1) matches of Çukurova İdmanyurdu (ÇİY) vs other team are shown in league table below.[6]

Pc Team Games Goals Pts Home Away
Pl W D L F A F–A R Pc F–A R Pc
1 Altınordu (Q) 20 13 5 2 31 9 31 1–0 8 3 0–1 15 4
2 Çukurova İdmanyurdu (Q) 20 9 7 4 26 13 25 9 4 14 3
3 Beyoğluspor (Q) 20 9 7 4 26 13 25 1–1 6 2 0–0 17 3
4 Sakaryaspor (Q) 20 9 5 6 20 19 23 3–0 19 2 0–1 4 2
5 Manisaspor 20 8 6 6 24 24 22 4–2 3 1 0–1 20 2
6 Bandırmaspor 20 7 5 8 22 27 19 0–0 13 3 1–1 10 5
7 Karagümrük 20 5 8 7 19 24 18 3–1 18 3 1–1 5 2
8 Petrolspor 20 6 3 11 21 33 15 4–0 12 2 2–0 1 2
9 Sarıyer 20 5 5 10 13 22 15 1–0 11 3 1–0 22 2
10 Altındağ 20 5 4 11 20 30 14 3–1 16 3 0–1 7 5
11 Ülküspor (R) 20 3 7 10 17 22 13 1–1 2 2 1–1 21 2

Two points for a win. Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored. First team is ÇİY in both cases, home and away.
(Q): Qualified for Final Group; (R): Relegated to Regional Amateur League after relegation play-outs.
Sources: 1965–66 Turkish Second Football League Cem Pekin Archives; and advanced searched performed in Milliyet online archive for 1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season.

Ranking group games

Sources: Cem Pekin Archives, Milliyet Online Archive, Maçkolik, Erbil (1975).[8]

Final group[edit]

The 1965–66 season promotion group (stage 2) matches of Çukurova İdmanyurdu (ÇİY) vs other team are shown in league table below.[6]

Pc Team Games Goals Pts Home Away
Pl W D L F A F–A R Pc F–A R Pc
1 Eskişehirspor (P) 14 8 5 1 22 7 21 1–2 13 5 1–1 6 2
2 Altınordu (P) 14 10 1 3 25 9 21 2–1 1 2 0–1 8 3
3 Bursaspor 14 8 3 3 23 9 19 0–0 7 3 0–4 14 5
4 Adana Demirspor 14 7 2 5 22 17 16 1–2 11 5 0–1 4 3
5 Çukurova İdmanyurdu 14 6 3 5 21 16 15
6 Sakaryaspor 14 4 6 4 15 15 14 2–1 9 4 0–0 2 1
7 Güneşspor 14 0 3 11 9 26 3 2–1 5 3 5–2 12 3
8 Beyoğluspor 14 0 3 11 6 44 3 3–0 3 1 4–0 10 2

Two points for a win. Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored. First team is ÇİY in both cases, home and away.
(P): Promoted to 1966–67 Turkish First Football League.
Sources: 1965-66 Turkish Second Football League Cem Pekin Archives; and advanced searched performed in Milliyet online archive for 1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season.

Final group games

Sources: Cem Pekin Archives, Milliyet Online Archive, and Maçkolik.[19]

1965–66 Turkish Cup participation[edit]

1965–66 Turkish Cup was the fourth cup and played by 71 teams: 16 First League teams (1), 20 Second League teams (2), 19 teams from regional leagues (R), and 16 amateur teams (A). Galatasaray has won the cup for the fourth time consecutively and became eligible for playing ECW next year. ÇİY and Yeşildirek were penalized due to last season draw outs. So ÇİY couldn't participated in fourth cup.[20]

Management[edit]

Club management[edit]

Executive committee:

  • President: Halit Gazioğlu. Deputy President: Mehmet Mehmetoğlu. General Secretary: Aydın Özlü. Members: Mahir Turan, Erol Tarhan, Sezai Sak, Victor Venüs, Sedat Gülergün.[21]

Coaching team[edit]

Head Coach: Fahrettin Cansever.[21]

1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu head coaches:

Nat Head Coach Period Pl W D L Notes
Turkey Fahrettin Cansever 01.08.1965 – 12.01.1966
Turkey Lefter Küçükandonyadis 20.01.1966 – 07.06.1966
Turkey 07.08.1965 – 12.06.1966 1 1
Note: Only official games were included.

1965–66 squad[edit]

Stats are counted for 1965–66 Second League matches.[22][23] 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 Booked Red card Season Notes
1 1 Turkey Yusuf Şimşek 02.11.1938 Samsun GK 13 13 1965 ST Şekerspor.[24]
2 2 Turkey Battal Toktay 1939 İstanbul DF 18 18 1965 ST Şekerspor.[25]
3 3 Turkey Mehmet Diner MF 28 5 28 5 previous season.[26]
4 4 Turkey Refik Çoğum 1940 MF 22 22 previous season.[27]
5 5 Turkey İbrahim Güner MF 19 1 19 1 [28]
6 6 Turkey Fuat MF 1 1 [29]
7 7 Turkey Alp Sümeralp 1938 FW 26 10 26 10 previous season.[30]
8 8 Turkey Hüseyin İlgin FW 20 4 20 4 previous season.[31]
9 9 Turkey Erol Yılmaz 1937 FW 12 2 12 2 previous season.[32]
10 10 Turkey Saba FW 1 1 previous season.[33]
11 11 Turkey Fikret FW 1 1 [34]
12 2 Turkey Emin Akkoç 1937 DF 26 26 previous season.[35]
13 5 Turkey Tarık Arıtan 1941 MF 22 3 22 3 previous season.[36]
14 9 Turkey Ayhan Öz 20.07.1945 Mersin FW 19 7 19 7 First time professional.[37]
15 11 Turkey Baha FW 4 1 4 1 [38]
16 5 Turkey Sami İlgin MF 12 1 12 1 previous season.[39]
17 7 Turkey Yalçın Uğraş 1936 FW 14 3 14 3 1965 ST Şekerspor.[40]
18 8 Turkey Olcay Cambaz FW 4 4 [41]
19 1 Turkey Doğan Ölçücü GK 6 1 6 1 previous season.[42]
20 10 Turkey Roni Kumdereli 1940 FW 5 5 previous season.[43]
21 11 Turkey Oktay Güneri MF 3 3 previous season.[44]
22 2 Turkey İhsan Tınaz DF 18 18 1966 WT Adana Demirspor.[45]
23 10 Turkey Münür Genç FW 2 2 previous season.[46]
24 7 Turkey Zafer Buran FW 1 1 1966 WT Beyoğluspor.[47]
25 6 Turkey Tevfik MF 2 2 [48]
26 11 Turkey Arif FW 1 1 [49]
27 1 Turkey Fikret Özdil 1943 GK 10 10 1966 WT PTT.[50]
28 5 Turkey Zeki MF 1 1 [51]
Source: 1964–65 season squad data from maçkolik com, Milliyet, and Erbil (1975). [23]

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "The restaurant owner who attacked Lefter was arrested". Lefter'i vuran lokantacı tevkif edildi. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 22 February 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 21 June 2011. (Turkish)
  2. ^ "Lefter gets discharged." Lefter yakında taburcu oluyor. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 23 February 1966. Retrieved on 3 August 2010, p. 8. (Turkish)
  3. ^ "Fahrettin became the trainer of Beykoz." Fahrettin Beykoz Antrenörü oldu. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 13 January 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 21 August 2010. (Turkish)
  4. ^ "İ.Yurdu's trainer Lefter resignes." İ. Yurdu antrenörü Lefter istifa etti. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 1 June 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 21 June 2011. (Turkish)
  5. ^ Standings, promotion and relegations from Cem Pekin Archives, retrieved on 26 August 2009. Standings and results from maçkolik.com Red Group page and maçkolik.com Final Group page, retrieved on 26 February 2015. Standings by rounds obtained from a search performed in Milliyet online archive performed on 12 August 2010.
  6. ^ a b See full table and results from Cem Pekin Archives
  7. ^ Round 22–12 February 1966 - Sarıyer-ÇİY: 0–1. Saturday, 12:30. Mithatpaşa Stadium, İstanbul. Referees: İbrahim Fırla, Salih Akkuş, Hıfzı Demirüstü. ÇİY: Doğan, Battal, Emin, İbrahim, Refik, İhsan, Hüseyin, Tarık, Mehmet, Alp (C), Sami. Goal: Alp 37'(F). Trainer: Lefter. Sarıyer: Nevriz, Recep, Cudi, Nuri, Gencer, Adnan, Turgut, Oktay, Erdil, Rull, Ahmet. "İ. Yurdu beat Sarıyer 1-0 and took place in first four." Sarıyer'i 1–0 mağlup eden İ.Yurdu dörtlere girdi. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 13 February 1966, pp. 7, 8. Retrieved on 22 August 2010. (Turkish)
  8. ^ 1965–66 Turkish Second Football League Cem Pekin Archives; and advanced searched performed in Milliyet online archive for 1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season; and 1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season page on [1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season mackolik.com]; some missing goals are added from Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 Years (Turkish). Retrieved on 29 August 2013 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, p. 55.
  9. ^ Round 01 - 6 March 1966 - ÇİY-Altınordu: 2–1. Sunday, 14:30. City Stadium, Mersin. Attendance: c. 25.000. ÇİY: Goals: Mehmet 19', İbrahim 23'(P). Altınordu: Goal: Neyir 78'(P). See: "İd. Yurdu: 2 A. Ordu: 1". İd. Yurdu: 2 A. Ordu: 1. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 7 March 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 13 June 2010 (Turkish)
  10. ^ Round 03 - 20 March 1966 - ÇİY-Beyoğluspor: 3–0. Sunday. Mersin. ÇİY: Goals: Mehmet 9', Ayhan 58', Doğan (GK) 88'(P). See: "Ç. İdmanyurdu: 3 Beyoğluspor: 0". Ç. İdmanyurdu: 3 Beyoğluspor: 0. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 21 March 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 21 June 2011. (Turkish)
  11. ^ Round 06 - 10 April 1966 - Eskişehirspor-ÇİY: 1–1. Sunday. Eskişehir. Eskişehirspor: Hakkı, Hasan, Mahmut, Ayhan, İsmail, Mehmet, Metin, Nihat, Fethi, Muzaffer, Kâmuran. Goal: Muzaffer 66'. ÇİY: Fikret, Battal, Emin, Hasan, Refik, Mehmet, Roni, Tarık, Ayhan, Alp, Yalçın. Goal: Ayhan 30'. Trainer: Lefter. See: "Eskişehir seizes against ÇİY: 1–1". Eskişehir Çukurova İ. Yurduna takıldı: 1–1. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 9 May 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 13 June 2010 (Turkish)
  12. ^ Round 07 - 17 April 1966 - ÇİY-Bursaspor: 0–0. Sunday. Mersin. ÇİY: Coach: Lefter Küçükandonyadis. Bursaspor: Coach: Muhtar Tunçaltan. Referee Rıfat Atakanı was knocked by fans after the match. It is claimed that the referee finished the first half 3 minutes earlier and did not counted ÇİY's goal valid 2 minutes before the end of the game. See: "Çukurova accuses the referee". Çukuroavalılar hakemi suçladı. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 19 April 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 21 June 2011 (Turkish)
  13. ^ Round 09 - 8 May 1966 - ÇİY-Sakaryaspor: 2–1. Sunday, 15:30. Mersin. Referee: Hamza Özdağ. ÇİY: Fikret, Erol, Emin, Tarık, Mehmet, İhsan, Ayhan, Alp, Yalçın, Sami, Hüseyin. Goals: Alp 16', Ayhan 58'. Coach: Lefter. Sakaryaspor: Fikret, Mikael, Beşir, Metin, Mehmet, Erdoğan, Fuat, Bultan, İsmet, Musa, Rıfkı. goal: Bultan 75'. See: "Çukurova İ. Yurdu: 2 Sakaryaspor: 1". Çukurova İ. Yurdu: 2 Sakaryaspor: 1. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 9 May 1966, p. 10. Retrieved on 13 June 2010. (Turkish)
  14. ^ Round 10 - 15 May 1966 - Beyoğluspor-ÇİY: 0–4. Sunday, 14:00. Mithatpaşa Stadium, İstanbul. Referees: Nadi Irmaklar, Celal Beken, Fahri Alpagut. Beyoğluspor: Yorgo, Panayot, Taki, Hikmet, Burhan, Kazancı, İbrahim, Hüseyin, Erol, K.Panayot, Kemal. ÇİY: Fikret, Emin, Sami, Tarık, Refik, İhsan, Ayhan, Roni, Mehmet, Alp, Hüseyin. Goals: Ayhan 9', Hüseyin 75', Alp 78', Hüseyin 87'. See: "ÇİY defeated Beyoğluspor: 4–0". İ. Yurdu B. Sporu sahadan sildi: 4–0. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 23 May 1966. Retrieved on 21 August 2010 (Turkish)
  15. ^ Round 11 - 22 May 1966 - ÇİY-Adana Demirspor: 1–2. Sunday. Mersin. Referees: Vovrer, Nevzat Tansuk, Yılgör Öktem. ÇİY: Fikret, Emin, Sami, Tarık, Refik, Mehmet, Ayhan, İhsan, Erol, Alp, Hüseyin. Goal: Erol 33'. Adana Demirspor: Ahmet, Yüksel, Yaşar, Metin, K.Yaşar, Ayhan, Selahattin, Yahya, Hasan, Selami, Özden. Goals: Hasan 72', Özden 85'. See: "Adana D.spor: 2 İ. Yurdu: 1". Adana D.spor: 2 İ.Yurdu: 1. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 16 May 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 3 August 2010 (Turkish)
  16. ^ Round 12 - 29 May 1966 - Güneşspor-ÇİY: 2–5. Sunday. Ankara. Referees: Ahmet Bagatır, Vahit Ataman, Muhsin Altıncıoğlu. Güneşspor: Ömer (Ertan), Yiğit, Erdal, Barış, Enver, Yaşar, Yunus, Atilla, Tevfik, Cahit, Ayhan. Goals: Cahit 26', 81. ÇİY: Fikret, Emin, Sami, Tarık, Refik, Mehmet, Yalçın, Hasan, Erol, Alp, Hüseyin. Goals: Tarık 51', Alp 59', Mehmet 66', Alp 76', Tarık 87'. It is said that, Manager Lefter Küçükantonyadis had spoken with the players in the locker room in a very aggressive way since ÇİY finished the first half of the game 0–1 back. Lefter said: "Shame on me for training you. You ratten the team. What am I going to do? Should I give my feet to you?." See: "ÇİY beats Güneş hollow: 5–2". İ.Yurdu Güneşe fark yaptı: 5–2 - Milliyet gazete arşivi, 30 May 1966. Retrieved on 2 August 2010 (Turkish)
  17. ^ Round 13 - 4 June 1966 - ÇİY-Eskişehirspor: 1–2. Saturday, 16:00. Mersin Stadium. Referees: P. Kamber (SUI), Sedat Özselçuk, Cemil Yıdız. ÇİY: Fikret (Doğan), Emin, Sami, Tarık, Refik, İrfan, Roni, Ayhan, Mehmet, Alp, Hüseyin. Goal: Ayhan 78'. Coach: Lefter (his last match in that season). Eskişehirspor: Hakkı, Hasan, Mahmut, Ayhan, İsmail, Mehmet, Metin, Nihat, Fethi, Muzaffer, Kamuran. Goals: Nihat 16', Fethi 88'. Coach: Abdullah Matay. After this game Eskişehirspor guaranteed to promote to First League (then top division). Match was played in a very friendly atmosphere. See: "Eskişehir beats İ.Yurdu 2–1". Eskişehir İ.Yurdu'na 2–1 galip. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 5 June 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 21 August 2010 (Turkish)
  18. ^ Round 14 - 12 June 1966 - Bursaspor-ÇİY: 4–0. Goals: Ersel, Mesut, Ayhan, B. Mustafa. See: "B.spor defeats i.yurdu 4-0". B.spor i.yurdunu 4–0 mağlup etti. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 13 June 1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 10 July 2011 (Turkish)
  19. ^ 1965-66 Turkish Second Football League Cem Pekin Archives; and advanced searched performed in Milliyet online archive for 1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season; and 1965-66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season on maçkolik.com on 29 August 2013.
  20. ^ See 1965–66 Turkish Cup pages at Cem Pekin Archives, retrieved on 23 July 2010, (English); and maçkolik Cup page, retrieved on 15 August 2015, (Turkish).
  21. ^ a b Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 Years (Turkish). Retrieved on 29 August 2013 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, p. 51.
  22. ^ Stats were not provided by TFF for this season. See TFF Club page. Search for 1965–66 squad and 1965–66 matches are not provided. Retrieved on 7 August 2015.
  23. ^ a b Stats were obtained from the following sources. Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 Years. Retrieved on 29 August 2013 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, p. 51-52. (Turkish). And an advanced search performed in Milliyet online archive for 1965–66 Mersin İdmanyurdu season. 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, 29 August 2013.
  24. ^ Yusuf Şimşek. Player signed on Summer 1965. Player's previous team was Şekerspor. At the end of the season player signed to Eskişehirspor for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  25. ^ Battal Toktay. Player signed on Summer 1965. Player's previous team was Şekerspor. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  26. ^ Mehmet Diner Mamik. In the team since Summer 1963. At the end of the season player signed to Adanaspor for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  27. ^ Refik Çoğum. In the team since Summer 1964. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  28. ^ İbrahim Güner. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  29. ^ Fuat. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  30. ^ Alp Sümeralp. In the team since Summer 1962. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  31. ^ Hüseyin Rıza İlgin. In the team since Summer 1962. At the end of the season player signed to Tarsus İdmanyurdu for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  32. ^ Erol Yılmaz. In the team since Summer 1964. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  33. ^ Saba. In the team since Summer 1964. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  34. ^ Fikret. In the team since Summer 1965. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  35. ^ Emin Akkoç. In the team since Summer 1963. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  36. ^ Tarık Arıtan. In the team since Summer 1964. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  37. ^ Ayhan Öz. In the team since Summer 1965. He grew up in MİY youth team. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  38. ^ Baha. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  39. ^ Sami İlgin. In the team since Summer 1964. At the end of the season player signed to Adana Demirspor for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  40. ^ Yalçın Uğraş. Player signed on Summer 1965. Player's previous team was Şekerspor. At the end of the season player signed to Galata Gençlik for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  41. ^ Olcay Cambaz. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  42. ^ Doğan Ölçücü. In the team since Summer 1963. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  43. ^ Roni Kumdereli. In the team since Summer 1963. At the end of the season player signed to Denizlispor for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  44. ^ Oktay Güneri. In the team since Summer 1962. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  45. ^ Hasan İhsan Tınaz. Player signed on Summer 1965. Player's previous team was Adana Demirspor. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page and maçkolik.com page. Data form these two pages were merged in the table.
  46. ^ Münür Genç. In the team since Summer 1964. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  47. ^ Zafer Buran. Player signed on Summer 1965. Player's previous team was Beyoğluspor. At the end of the season player signed to Tarsus İdmanyurdu for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  48. ^ Tevfik. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  49. ^ Arif. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  50. ^ Fikret Özdil. Player signed on Summer 1965. Player's previous team was PTT]. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  51. ^ Zeki. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.