1966–67 Mersin İdmanyurdu season

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Mersin İdmanyurdu
1966–67 season
President Nevzat Emrealp
Coach Turkey Fahrettin Cansever
till 20 January 1967
Turkey Lefter Küçükandonyadis
since 20 January 1967
Stadium Tevfik Sırrı Gür Stadium
Mersin, Turkey
Second League Red Group: 1st
Cup: Champions
Turkish Cup Eliminated at R3 P2
Chancellor Cup Champions
Most appearances Turkey Kadri Aytaç (31)
Top goalscorer Turkey Osman Arpacıoğlu (23)
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 1966-1967. The 1966–67 season was the 3rd season of Mersin İdmanyurdu football team in Second League, the second level division in Turkey. The team became the champions of the league and promoted to 1967-68 Turkish First Football League at the end of the season.

The team's name was changed to Mersin İdmanyurdu from Çukurova İdmanyurdu which was the name adopted under Çukurova Group sponsorship. This decision was made in the congress of the club held on 15.06.1966. In the congress, following were elected for executive committee: Nevzat Emrealp, Mehmet Karamehmet, Halit Gazioğlu, Mahir Turhan, Mustafa Sözmen, Faruk Niskavi, Ünal Şıhman, Erol Tarhan, Sungur Baydur, Sezai Sak, Aydın Özlü. The committee declared that an amount of TL 500.000 was allocated for transfers and Sabri Kiraz was decided to be spoken with as manager of the footbal team.[1] However, later, Lefter Küçükandonyadis has become the manager,[2] famous former player of Fenerbahçe and Turkey national football team. In the mid-season Küçükandonyadis left his previous team Feriköy and started his manager career in MİY on 16.02.1967. He demanded that existing coach Fahrettin Cansever should also remain as trainer.[3]

Executive committee at the beginning of the season had been consisted of: Nevzat Emrealp (president), Nail Turan (deputy president), Dr. Aydın Özlü (secretary), Sezai Sak (general captain), Sungur Baydur (accountant), Halil Gazioğlu, Ünal Şıhman (members).[4]

Mersin İdmanyurdu has won the league title in Turkish Second Football League, 1966–67 season. They finished the season in Red Group at first place. After season they won Second League Championship match against Bursaspor. As champions they were eligible to play Prime Minister's Cup (Chancellor Cup) against champions of the amateur leagues.

Pre-season[edit]

Spor–Toto Cup games:

  • 21.08.1966 - Adanaspor-MİY: 3–1. Sunday. Adana.
  • 28.08.1966 - Adana Demirspor-MİY: 0–0. Sunday. Adana.
  • 04.09.1966 - MİY-Kayserispor: 1–0. Sunday. Adana.

1966–67 Second League participation[edit]

Second League was played for the fourth time in 1966–67 season with 33 teams grouped in red (17) and white (16) groups. In each group top teams promoted to First League 1967–68 and last teams relegated to Third League 1967–68 formed that year. Mersin İY took place in Red Group and finished first. The most scorer player was Osman Arpacıoğlu with 23 goals. They won all the home games during the league.

Results summary[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1966–67 Second League Red Group 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 2 16 10 4 2 25 14 +11 24 7 7 0 0 16 4 +12 14 9 3 4 2 9 10 -1 10
Second half 16 12 2 2 37 7 +30 26 9 9 0 0 28 1 +27 18 7 3 2 2 9 6 +3 8
Overall 1 32 22 6 4 62 21 +41 50 16 16 0 0 44 5 +39 32 16 6 6 4 18 16 +2 18
Sources: 1966–67 Turkish Second Football League pages.[5]

League table[edit]

The final league table of Red Group of Second League in 1966–67 season and results of games played by Mersin İY are provided in the following table.[6]

Pc Team Games Goals Pts Home Away
Pl W D L F A F–A R Pc F–A R Pc
1 Mersin İdmanyurdu (C) (P) 32 22 6 4 62 21 50 6 7 25 1
2 Beykoz 32 15 9 8 42 31 39 1–0 5 5 1–1 22 1
3 Sarıyer 32 15 7 10 33 24 37 3–0 30 1 2–1 13 5
4 Zonguldakspor 32 12 13 7 37 30 37 2–0 28 1 1–1 11 6
5 Edirnespor 32 14 8 10 28 23 36 3–0 34 1 0–0 17 2
6 Sakaryaspor 32 12 10 10 28 31 34 5–1 18 2 2–2 1 11
7 Denizlispor 32 13 7 12 25 28 33 2–0 3 10 0–0 20 1
8 Bandırmaspor 32 12 8 12 34 24 32 3–0 19 1 0–3 2 14
9 Karagümrük 32 11 10 11 36 37 32 2–1 14 5 2–3 31 1
10 Antalyaspor 32 13 4 15 36 41 30 4–0 26 1 0–1 9 7
11 Manisaspor 32 11 8 13 28 41 30 5–1 16 2 1–2 33 1
12 Adanaspor 32 9 10 13 24 34 28 2–0 12 6 3–0 29 1
13 Ülküspor 32 10 7 15 35 37 27 2–1 10 5 1–0 27 1
14 Altındağ 32 9 9 14 34 43 27 2–1 8 5 1–0 24 1
15 Aydınspor 32 7 11 14 30 42 25 3–0 21 1 1–0 4 5
16 Petrolspor 32 5 14 13 18 27 24 2–0 32 1 2–1 15 3
17 Beyoğluspor (R) 32 5 13 14 24 40 23 3–0 23 1 1–1 7 4

Two points for a win. Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored. First team is MİY in both cases, home and away. Bye weeks are shown in team's raw.
(P): Promoted to 1967–68 Turkish First Football League; (R): Relegated to 1967–68 Turkish Third Football League.
Source: 1966–67 Turkish Second Football League in Cem Pekin Archives; and in mackolik.com; and advanced searched performed in Milliyet online archive for 1966–67 Mersin İdmanyurdu season.

Results by round[edit]

Results of games MİY played in 1966–67 Second League Red Group 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 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
Ground A A H A H B A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A B H A H A H A H A H
Result D L W W W D W L W D W W W W W D W W D W D W W W W W W W L W L W
Position 11 14 10 5 5 7 4 5 7 5 6 6 5 5 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Source: 1966–67 Turkish Second Football League pages.[5] u=14:10, 26 February 2015 (UTC)
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

First half[edit]

Second half[edit]

Championship match[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu won the second league championship against Bursaspor, the White Group's winner.[16]

1966–67 Chancellor Cup[edit]

MİY has won the Chancellor Cup (also called Prime Minister's Cup) in 1967 (as champions of second league against İzmir Denizgücü, amateur league winner).[19]

1966–67 Turkish Cup participation[edit]

The fifth Turkish Cup in 1966–67 was played as Türkiye Kupası by 81 teams: 17 from First league, 33 from Second league, 18 from regional leagues and 15 from amateurs. Three elimination rounds (including preliminary rounds) were played in one-leg elimination system at first team's grounds. QF, SF, and finals were played in two-leg elimination system. But starting from the previous Cup finals were played in single match if the finalist were from the same city. Two İzmir teams drew in the final match; and Altay won the fifth cup by casting lots after extra time against Göztepe and become eligible for ECW. Mersin İdmanyurdu participated in Turkish Cup (Türkiye Kupası) in 1966–67 and was eliminated at preliminary round 2 of round 3 by Gençlerbirliği.[21]

Cup track[edit]

The drawings and results Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) followed in 1966–67 Turkish Cup are shown in the following table.

Round Own League Opponent's League Opponent A/H Score Result
Round 2 Preliminary 2 Second League Red Group Second League White Group Adana Demirspor H 2–1 Promoted to R2
Round 2 Second League Red Group Amateur Kayseri Şekerspor A 5–2 Promoted to R3 P2
Round 3 Preliminary 2 Second League Red Group First League Gençlerbirliği 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) 1966–67 Turkish Cup game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Source: 1966–67 Turkish Cup pages.[21]

Management[edit]

Club management[edit]

Executive committee:

  • President: Nevzat Emrealp. Deputy President: Mahir Turan. General Secretary: Aydın Özlü. General Captain: Sezai Sak. Members: Halit Gazioğlu, Ünal Şıhman, Mustafa Sözmen, Faruk Miskavi, Erol Tarhan, Sungur Baydur, Sadettin Cömert.[22]

Coaching team[edit]

Head Coach: Lefter Küçükandonyadis. Trainer: Fahrettin Cansever.[22]

1966–67 Mersin İdmanyurdu head coaches:

Nat Head Coach Period Pl W D L Notes
Turkey Fahrettin Cansever 01.08.1966 – 20.01.1967 10 7 3 2 Replaced after 11th round
Turkey Lefter Küçükandonyadis 20.01.1966 – 31.05.1967 26 20 3 3 Started after 11th round
Note: Only official games were included.

1966–67 squad[edit]

Stats are counted for 1966–67 Second League matches and 1966–67 Turkish Cup (Türkiye Kupası) matches.[23][24] 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 17 17 previous season.[25]
2 2 Turkey Nihat Fırat 1936 DF 17 1 18 1966 ST PTT.[26]
3 3 Turkey Refik Çoğum 1940 MF 28 2 1 29 2 previous season.[27]
4 4 Turkey İhsan Tınaz MF 4 4 previous season.[28]
5 5 Turkey Tarık Arıtan 1939 MF 23 6 1 24 6 previous season.[29]
6 6 Turkey Ayhan Öz 20 Jul 1945 Mersin FW 18 5 1 19 5 previous season.[30]
7 7 Turkey Kadri Aytaç (C) 6 Aug 1931 İstanbul FW 30 9 1 31 9 1966 ST Galatasaray.[31]
8 8 Turkey Yahya Kurt 1941 FW 3 3 1966 ST Adana Demirspor.[32]
9 9 Turkey Vural Olşen 1936 FW 9 5 9 5 1966 ST Gençlerbirliği.[33]
10 10 Turkey Renda Dikmen FW 17 3 17 3 1966 ST Güneşspor.[34]
11 11 Turkey Uğur Yıldırım 1942 FW 11 1 11 1 1966 ST Gençlerbirliği.[35]
12 2 Turkey Mümtaz Sümer 1937 DF 20 1 21 1966 ST Ankaragücü.[36]
13 3 Turkey Selahattin Yapa MF 6 6 1966 ST [37]
14 6 Turkey Alp Sümeralp 1938 FW 25 5 1 26 5 previous season.[38]
15 8 Turkey Fikret FW 3 3 previous season.[39]
16 2 Turkey Battal Toktay 1939 İstanbul DF 27 1 1 28 1 previous season.[40]
17 5 Turkey Osman Arpacıoğlu 5 Jan 1947 Ankara FW 29 23 1 30 23 1966 ST Hacettepe.[41]
18 7 Turkey Mustafa Aksoy 1942 MF 10 10 1966 ST Galatasaray.[42]
19 9 Turkey Erol Yılmaz 1937 FW 2 2 previous season.[43]
20 2 Turkey Emin Akkoç 1937 DF 12 12 previous season.[44]
21 4 Turkey İhsan Temen 1938 DF 26 2 1 27 2 1966 ST Gençlerbirliği.[45]
22 10 Turkey Turan FW 2 2 1966 ST[46]
23 1 Turkey Fikret Özdil 1943 GK 19 1 20 previous season.[47]
Turkey Mustafa Özbor MF 1966 ST Feriköy.[48]
Turkey Abdurrahim Kaya MF
Sources: 1966–67 season squad data from maçkolik com, Milliyet, and Erbil (1975).[24]

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Milliyet haber arşivi, 17.06.1966. Retrieved on 12.06.2010. (in Turkish)
  2. ^ Mersin İdmanyurdu S.K. History Mersin İdman Yurdu S.K. Official Website[dead link]
  3. ^ Milliyet haber arşivi, 17.02.1967. Retrieved on 13.06.2010. (in Turkish)
  4. ^ "Milliyet Second League Sports Supplement". Milliyet 2. Lig Spor İlavesi, p. 4. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 10.09.1966. Retrieved on 28.10.2010. (in Turkish)
  5. ^ a b 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.
  6. ^ See full table and results from Cem Pekin Archives
  7. ^ 03 - 02.10.1966 - MİY-Denizlispor: 2-0. Mersin. Referee: Nevzat Tansuk. MİY: Doğan, Battal, Emin, Mustafa, Refik, Mümtaz, Erol, Kadri, Osman, Renda, Ayhan. goals: Ayhan 7', Osman 75'. pos: 10.Denizlispor: Nevzat, Mehmet, Ali, Bülent, İsmet, M.Ali, Ali, Erol, Muammer, Ünver, Bülent.Milliyet gazete arşivi - 03.10.1966 Retrieved on 16.07.2010. (in Turkish)
  8. ^ 06 - 30.10.1966 - BYE - In the bye week MİY played a friendly game in Mersin. MİY-Ankara Demirspor: 2-1. MİY: Goals: Selahattin, Renda. ADS: Goal: Özer. Source milliyet online archive on 31.10.1966. Retrieved on 16.07.2010. (in Turkish)
  9. ^ 07 - 05.11.1966 - Beyoğluspor-MİY: 1-1. Saturday, 13:00. Vefa Stadium, İstanbul. Beyoğluspor: Aleko, Panayot, Petridis, Taki, Maruli, Vecdi, Çetin, Kazancı, Avram, Necdet, Kalfin. Goal: Avram 5'(P). MİY: Doğan, Battal, Emin, Hasan, Vefik, Mustafa, Yahya, Ayhan, Osman, Renda, Alp. Goal: Osman 37'(F). pos: 4. "Beyoğluspor: 1 - İ. Yurdu: 1". Beyoğluspor: 1 - İ. Yurdu: 1. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 06.11.1966, p. 8. Retrieved on 13.06.2010. (in Turkish)
  10. ^ 13 - 29.01.1967 - Sarıyer-MİY: 1-2. Sunday. Mithatpaşa Stadium, İstanbul. Sarıyer: Goal: Ruli (1-1). MİY: Goals: Vural (1-0), Kadri Aytaç 84'. pos: 5. "Surprize in 2nd league: M.İdmanyurdu: 2 - Sarıyer: 1". II. ligde sürpriz: M.İdmanyurdu: 2 - Sarıyer: 1. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 30.01.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 09.02.2011. (in Turkish)
  11. ^ 15 - 11.02.1967 - Petrolspor-MİY: 1-2. Saturday, 14:15. 19 Mayıs Stadyumu, Ankara. MİY: Goals: Osman 30', 56'. Petrolspor: Goal: Burhan 85'. pos: 3. "Şekerspor saved leadership". Şekerspor liderliği korudu. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 12.02.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 09.02.2011. (in Turkish)
  12. ^ 22 - 02.04.1967 - Beykoz-MİY: 1-1. Sunday, 13:45. Ali Sami Yen Stadium, İstanbul. Beykoz: Sıtkı, Metin, İsmail, Adnan, Oral, Garbis, Mustafa, Ateş, Cemal, Harun, Rahmi. Coach: Şirzat Dağcı. Goal: Cemal 56'. MİY: Fikret, Battal, Nihat, Refik, İhsan, Mümtaz, Tarık, Ayhan, Kadri, Osman, Alp. Coach: Lefter. Goal: Adnan 74'(o.g.). pos: 1. "Candidates draw ...". Adaylar berabere kaldı .... Milliyet gazete arşivi, 03.04.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 03.11.2010. (in Turkish)
  13. ^ 24 - 16.04.1967 - Altındağ-MİY: 0-1. Sunday. Ankara. pos: 1. On return way MİY fans had a wreck, Corci Zaharyan died, 9 were injured." In an accident on return from match a fan died, 9 injured". Maç dönüşü kazaya uğrayan bir taraftar öldü, 9'u yaralandı. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 17.04.1967, p. 3. Retrieved on 10.02.2011. (in Turkish)
  14. ^ 32 - 11.06.1967 - MİY-Petrolspor: 2-0. Sunday. Mersin. Referee: Şani Güllü. MİY: Doğan, Battal, Nihat, Uğur, İhsan, Emin, Tarık, Ayhan, Refik, Kadri, Alp. Goals: Battal 80', Refik 85'. pos: 1. Petrolspor: Ercan, Burhan, Ahmet, K.Tamer, Acar, Tınaz, B.Tamer, Yücel, Süleyman, Mehmet, Yakup. "Mersin: 2 - P.spor: 0". Mersin: 2 - P.spor: 0. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 12.06.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 19.02.2011. (in Turkish)
  15. ^ 34 - 25.06.1967 - MİY-Edirnespor: 3-0. Sunday. Mersin. MİY: Alp, Kadri, Ayhan, Osman. Goals: Alp 24'(F), Ayhan 38'(H), Osman 83'(H). pos: 1. "M.İdmanyurdu won the last game 3-0". M.İdmanyurdu son maçını 3-0 kazandı. Milliyet gazetet arşivi, 26.06.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 09.02.2011. (in Turkish)
  16. ^ See details at Cem Pekin Archives
  17. ^ Championship game - 27.06.1967 - MİY-Bursaspor: 2-0. Tuesday, 19:30. 19 Mayıs Stadium, Ankara. Referees: Nevzat Tansuk, Fahri Alpagut, Cevdet Güvenli. MİY: Fikret, Battal, Nihat, Refik, İhsan, Mümtaz, Tarık, Ayhan, Osman, Kadri, Alp. Coach: Lefter. Goals: Alp 35'(F), Ayhan 38'(H). Bursaspor: Osman, Turgut, İrfan, İsmail, Müfit, Taner, Mesut, Vedat, Mustafa, Ersel, Riay. Coach: Sabri Kiraz. "M.İ.Yurdu, Turkish Second League Champions". M.İ.Yurdu II. Türkiye Ligi Şampiyonu. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 28.06.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 11.10.2010. (in Turkish)
  18. ^ CHP (Republican People's Party) General Secretary Bülent Ecevit, on behalf of a journal, gave cups to both MİY and Bursaspor. "Short news with picture". Resimli kısa haberler. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 29.06.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 29.10.2010. (in Turkish)0
  19. ^ See detailed information at Cem Pekin Archives
  20. ^ Chancellor Cup - 30.06.1967 - MİY-İzmir Denizgücü: 2-0. Ankara. Referees: Doğan Babacan, Servet Kaftancı, Cemil Yıldız. MİY: Fikret, Battal, Nihat, Refik, İhsan, Mümtaz, Tarık, Ayhan, Osman, Kadri, Alp. Goals: İhsan 38', Osman 59'. Penalty missed: Kadri 59' (Osman kicked the returning ball from Güngör). İzmir Denizgücü: Güngör, K.Ali, Cudi, B.Ali, Şakir, Mazlum, Yılmaz, Safa, Hayrettin, K.Orhan, B.Orhan. Mersin İdmanyurdu captain Kadri received the Cup from Primeminister Süleyman Demirel. "Chancellor's Cup won by Mersin". Başbakanlık kupası Mersin'in. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 01.07.1967, p. 8. Retrieved on 29.10.2010. (in Turkish)
  21. ^ a b TFF website does not have an official page for 1966–67 Turkish Cup, but results for finals at TFF Turkish Cup page, retrieved on 15 August 2015, (in Turkish). See details for 1966–67 Turkish Cup pages at Cem Pekin Archives, retrieved on 23.07.2010, (in English); and maçkolik.com Cup page, retrieved on 15 August 2015, (in Turkish).
  22. ^ a b Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 Years (in Turkish). Retrieved on 30 August 2013 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, p. 57.
  23. ^ Stats were not provided by TFF for this season. See TFF Club page. Search for 1966–67 squad and 1966–67 matches are not provided. Retrieved on 7 August 2015.
  24. ^ a b Erbil, Cihat (1975). Story of the 50 YearsRetrieved on 29 July 2011 from 50 Yılın Öyküsü, p. 57. And an advanced search performed in Milliyet online archive for 1966–67 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. Retrieved on 30 August 2013.
  25. ^ Doğan Ölçücü. In the team since Summer 1963. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  26. ^ Nihat Fırat. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was PTT. At the end of the season player signed to Aydınspor 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. ^ Hasan İhsan Tınaz. In the team since Winter 1966. Details from details, maçkolik.com page.
  29. ^ Tarık Arıtan. In the team since Summer 1964. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  30. ^ Ayhan Öz. In the team since Summer 1965. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  31. ^ Kadri Aytaç. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Galatasaray. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  32. ^ Yahya Kurt. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Adana Demirspor. At the end of the season player turned back and signed to Adana Demirspor for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  33. ^ Vural Olşen. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Gençlerbirliği. At the end of the season player signed to Karşıyaka for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  34. ^ Renda Dikmen. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Ankara Güneşspor. At the end of the season player signed to Karşıyaka for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  35. ^ Uğur Yıldırım. "B. Uğur". Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Gençlerbirliği. At the end of the season player signed to Kayserispor for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  36. ^ Mümtaz Sümer. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Ankaragücü. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  37. ^ Selahattin Yapa. In the team since Summer 1966. At the end of the season player signed to Malatyaspor for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  38. ^ Alp Sümeralp. In the team since Summer 1962. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  39. ^ Fikret. In the team since Summer 1965. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  40. ^ Battal Toktay. In the team since Summer 1965. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  41. ^ Osman Arpacıoğlu. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Hacettepe. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  42. ^ Mustafa Ender Aksoy. "B. Mustafa". Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Galatasaray. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  43. ^ Erol Yılmaz. In the team since Summer 1964. At the end of the season player signed to Karagümrük for the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  44. ^ Emin Akkoç. In the team since Summer 1963. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  45. ^ Ali İhsan Temen. Player signed in Summer 1966. His previous team was Gençlerbirliği. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  46. ^ Turan. In the team since Summer 1966. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  47. ^ Fikret Özdil. In the team since Winter 1966. He continued in the next season. Details from maçkolik.com page.
  48. ^ Mustafa Özbor. "K. Mustafa"