1991–92 Mersin İdmanyurdu season

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Mersin İdmanyurdu
1991–92 season
President Turkey Kaya Mutlu
Head coach Turkey Adnan Dinçer
Stadium Tevfik Sırrı Gür Stadium
Mersin, Turkey
Second League Group C: 10th
Turkish Cup Eliminated at R3
Most appearances Turkey Ömer Demir (33)
Top goalscorer League:
Turkey Yücel Çolak (15)

All:
Turkey Yücel Çolak (16)
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 1991–92. Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) participated in Second League 1991–92 season for the 18th time and finished tenth. The team also participated in Turkish Cup (Türkiye Kupası) in 1991–92 and was eliminated at Round 3.

Kaya Mutlu was the president of the club. Coach Adnan Dinçer managed the team during the season His assistant was Nasır Belci. Ömer Faruk Demir (33) and Faruk Özbekir (32) were most appeared players in the team rosters. While Yücel Çolak was top goalscorer with 16 goals.

1991–92 Second League participation[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu took place in 1991–92 Second League season. League played in three groups two with 17 teams and one with 18 teams. Bottom three teams relegated to Third League, whereas top team promoted to First League at the end of the season.[1]

Mersin idmanyurdu took place in 1991–92 Second League Group C. MİY didn't show previous year's performance and finished 10th with 12 wins and 44 goals.

Results summary[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1991–92 Second League Group C season 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 4 16 8 3 5 28 17 +11 27 8 6 1 1 19 5 +14 19 8 2 2 4 9 12 -3 8
Second half 16 4 3 9 16 22 -6 15 8 3 2 3 14 12 +2 11 8 1 1 6 2 10 -8 4
Overall 10 32 12 6 14 44 39 +5 42 16 9 3 4 33 17 +16 30 16 3 3 10 11 22 -11 12
Sources: 1991–92 Turkish Second Football League pages.[2]

League table[edit]

Mersin İY's league performance in 1991–92 Second League Group C season is shown in the following table.[3]

Pc Team Games Goals Pts Home Away
Pl W D L F A F–A R Pc F–A R Pc
1 Kayserispor (C) (P) 32 21 6 5 65 23 69 1–0 19 2 0–0 2 13
2 Petrolofisi 32 16 6 10 52 29 54 1–2 34 10 0–1 17 4
3 Adanaspor 32 15 6 11 53 40 51 1–0 16 3 1–2 33 8
4 Siirt Köy Hizmetleri YSE Spor 32 14 6 12 47 46 48 5–2 3 6 0–2 20 3
5 Malatyaspor 32 11 12 9 36 37 45 0–0 28 7 0–3 11 3
6 Muşspor 32 13 6 13 40 58 45 6–0 8 3 0–2 25 4
7 Keçiörengücü 32 12 8 12 41 43 44 2–3 26 5 3–3 9 4
8 PTT 32 11 11 10 33 36 44 4–3 22 3 0–2 5 12
9 Diyarbakırspor 32 12 7 13 44 50 43 2–2 32 6 2–1 15 4
10 Mersin İdmanyurdu 32 12 6 14 44 39 42
11 Erzurumspor 32 11 8 13 39 39 41 2–0 6 6 0–2 23 3
12 Tarsus İdmanyurdu 32 10 10 12 27 25 40 1–2 12 4 0–0 29 6
13 Kahramanmaraşspor 32 12 4 16 39 51 40 1–2 24 4 4–1 7 4
14 Vanspor 32 11 6 15 45 51 39 1–0 10 3 0–1 27 6
15 Hatayspor (R) 32 11 6 15 31 38 39 1–1 1 9 1–0 18 3
16 Elazığspor (R) 32 10 7 15 30 46 37 2–0 14 5 0–1 31 6
17 Şekerspor (R) 32 8 9 15 30 39 33 3–0 30 6 0–1 13 7
Three points for a win. Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) tie-break; 3) goal difference; 4) number of goals scored. In the score columns first scores belong to MİY.
(C): Champions;      (P): Promoted to 1992–93 Turkish First Football League;      (R): Relegated to 1992–93 Turkish Third Football League.
Source: 1990–91 Turkish Second Football League pages from TFF website, Turkish-Soccer website, and Maçkolik website.[2]

Results by round[edit]

Results of games 1991–92 Second League Group C 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 H A H B A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A B H A H A H A H A H A H A H
Result D D W L W W W D W L L L W W W L W W L W L L L L L D D W L D L L
Position 9 13 6 9 12 6 4 3 4 3 3 4 7 5 4 3 4 3 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 6 6 6 6 8 10

Source: TFF official league page[4] u=13:10, 26 February 2015 (UTC)
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

First half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1991–92 Second League Group C season first half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 1991–92 Turkish Second Football League pages.[2]

Mid-season[edit]

  • Sinan's jubilee: 19.01.1992 - MİY-Galatasaray: 2–2. Referees: Altan Öncül, Can Erkman, Necmi Şahin. MİY: Atıf (İbrahim 46'), Selçuk, K.Faruk, Erol, B.Faruk, Sinan (Kurthan 12'), Bahadır (Ozan 84'), Necmettin (Mehmet 75), Tuncay (Şenol 46'), Yücel, Nurettin. Coach: Nasır Belci. Goals: Yücel 27'(P), Yücel 80'(F). Galatasaray: Hayrettin, Bülent (Tayfun 75'), Tugay, Yusuf, İsmail, Rotariu, Uğur, Mustafa Yücedağ, Kosecki (Şevket 46'), Iorfa (Selçuk 75'), Arif (Taner 70'). Coach: Mustafa Denizli. Subs: Nezihi, Erhan, Metin, Mert. Goals: Iorfa 10'(F), Taner 85(F).[6]

Second half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 1991–92 Second League Group C season second half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 1991–92 Turkish Second Football League pages.[2]

1991–92 Turkish Cup participation[edit]

1991–92 Turkish Cup was played by 105 teams in 6 rounds prior to quarterfinals in one-leg elimination system. Mersin İdmanyurdu had participated in 30th Turkish Cup (played as Federasyon Kupası) in 1991–92 from Round 2 and eliminated at Round 3. Both of the opponents were from the same group with MİY in Second League. Trabzonspor won the cup for the 4th time.[7]

Cup track[edit]

The drawings and results Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) followed in 1991–92 Turkish Cup are shown in the following table.

Round Own League Opponent's League Opponent A/H Score Result
Round 2 Second League Second League Adanaspor H 2–1 Promoted to R3
Round 3 Second League Second League Kayserispor A 1–2 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) 1991–92 Turkish Cup game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Source: 1991–92 Turkish Cup pages.[7] R3 goals are missing.[9]

Management[edit]

Club management[edit]

Kaya Mutlu, mayor of Mersin city was president of the club.

Coaching team[edit]

Adnan Dinçer managed the team as head coach during the season. Nasır Belci was in the coaching team.

1991–92 Mersin İdmanyurdu head coaches:

Nat Head Coach Period Pl W D L Notes
Turkey Adnan Dinçer 01.06.1991 – 31.05.1992 34 13 6 15 Contract ended at the end of the season.[10]
Note: Only official games were included.

1991–92 squad[edit]

Stats are counted for 1991–92 Second League Group C matches and 1991–92 Turkish Cup (Federasyon Kupası) matches.[11] Four substitutes were allowed in the team rosters, among who two 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 Ayhan Yakar 1 Mar 1964 Antalya GK 10 2 12 2 previous season.[12]
2 2 Turkey Özcan Kızıltan 12 Jul 1959 İstanbul DF 5 5 previous season.[13]
3 3 Turkey Kurthan Yılmaz 15 Sep 1969 Mersin FW 19 19 4 previous season.[14]
4 4 Turkey Erkan Serin 26 Aug 1961 Edirne DF 11 1 1 12 1 1 1991 ST Eyüpspor.[15]
5 5 Turkey Erol Kolcu 20 Apr 1962 Sakarya DF 27 1 28 4 1 1991 ST Sakaryaspor.[16]
6 6 Turkey Ömer Demir 31 Dec 1965 İstanbul MF 32 1 33 3 1991 ST Eyüpspor.[17]
7 7 Turkey Tuncay Şeker 24 Oct 1962 Nusaybin MF 22 1 23 4 1991 ST Bakırköyspor.[18]
8 8 Turkey Necmettin Sert 8 Dec 1963 Sakarya MF 27 6 1 28 6 7 1 previous season.[19]
9 9 Turkey Kenan Oktay 16 Feb 1962 İstanbul MF 6 2 8 1991 ST Eyüpspor.[20]
10 10 Turkey Sinan Turhan 10 Feb 1958 Bilecik FW 24 8 1 25 8 previous season.[21]
11 11 Turkey Yücel Çolak 13 Nov 1968 Samsun FW 30 15 1 1 31 16 2 1991 ST Galatasaray.[22]
12 12 Turkey Selçuk Yiğitlik 29 Apr 1964 Yalova DF 20 1 21 7 previous season.[23]
13 13 Turkey Faruk Özbekir 18 Apr 1968 Samsun DF 31 3 2 33 3 3 1991 ST K. Maraşspor.[24]
14 14 Turkey Nurettin Özlü 1 Apr 1969 Giresun FW 19 2 2 1 21 3 2 1991 ST Eyüpspor.[25]
15 15 Turkey Bahadır Çakır 12 Apr 1970 İstanbul FW 23 3 2 25 3 7 1 1991 ST Çengelköyspor.[26]
16 1 Turkey İbrahim Örenç 20 Aug 1961 Ordu GK 17 17 1 previous season.[27]
17 11 Turkey Mehmet Diner 1 Jul 1970 Hatay DF 25 4 2 27 4 5 previous season.[28]
18 12 Turkey Ömer Leylak 2 Jan 1963 Mersin DF 13 1 13 4 1991 ST Hatayspor.[29]
19 14 Turkey Şenol Kaba 5 Sep 1965 Ankara MF 20 1 1 21 1 4 previous season.[30]
20 1 Turkey Atıf Öztoprak 8 May 1952 Sakarya GK 2 2 1 1 previous season.[31]
21 8 Turkey Metin Erbilmiş 1 Sep 1962 Burdur MF 1 1 previous season.[32]
22 12 Turkey Osman Güler 30 Dec 1962 Adana DF 9 1 10 previous season.[33]
23 14 Turkey Aytümen Akyıldız 9 Sep 1967 Adana FW 1 1 First time professional.[34]
24 1 Turkey Yunus Tanış 19 Aug 1967 Mersin GK 4 4 previous season.[35]
25 13 Turkey Mesut Bilir 29 May 1964 Mersin DF 4 4 previous season.[36]
26 15 Turkey İbrahim Peynir 1 Jan 1969 Şanlıurfa MF 8 8 1991 ST Şanlıurfaspor[37]
27 11 Turkey Ozan Taga 22 Jan 1962 Muğla FW 2 1 2 1 1992 WT Muğlaspor.[38]
28 15 Turkey Özgür Yüksekdağ 3 Jun 1975 Samandağ MF 1 1 Amateur player.[39]
29 15 Turkey Sinan Tanış 1 Jun 1976 Mersin MF 4 4 Amateur player.[40]
30 13 Turkey Metin Çay 15 Oct 1976 Mersin MF 1 1 Amateur player.[41]

Sources: TFF club page and maçkolik team page.[42]

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Standings and results from Cem Pekin Archives. Retrieved on 25 August 2009. (English)
  2. ^ a b c d Official page for league is TFF league page. Standings, promotion and relegations from Cem Pekin Archives; and standings and results from maçkolik.com league page, retrieved on 26 February 2015.
  3. ^ Standings and results from TFF second league page
  4. ^ See Group C games week by week on TFF official page at 1990–91 Turkish Second Football League Group C page. Retrieved on 15 April 2015. (Turkish)
  5. ^ a b Kayserispor is seen as Kayseri Erciyesspor in TFF reports. At the end of 2003–04 season Kayseri Erciyesspor finished the TFF First League at second place and gained direct promotion to 2004–05 Süper Lig. The club interchanged their name and logo with those of Kayserispor (who finished 6th and could not promote) upon the request of 11th President of Turkey Abdullah Gül, then Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister and Member of Parliament for Kayseri. Therefore, in the pages belonging to seasons before 2004–05 season, season two teams take the place of each other in TFF archive pages. See [TFF website at http://www.tff.org.tr].
  6. ^ "Iorfa scored a goal". Iorfa gol attı. Milliyet gazete arşivi, 19.01.1992, p. 18. Retrieved on 06.11.2010. (Turkish)
  7. ^ a b TFF (Turkish Football Federation) has not got an official page of 1991–92 Federasyon Kupası on their website by 16 April 2015 (See TFF Cup archive (Turkish). An alternative source is maçkolik.com. Cem Pekin Archives at Turkish Soccer site provides information in English.
  8. ^ In TFF page the opponent team in R3 game is seen Kayseri Erciyesspor. This is because of the fact that two teams have switched their names in 2004. game details at TFF page. In maçkolik page same misrepresentation of "Kayseri Erciyesspor" is repeated. Retrieved on 16 April 2015. (Turkish)
  9. ^ In TFF website official game report does not include goals data. For Round 3 match goals data were also missing in maçkolik site game report. Retrieved on 16 April 2015. (Turkish)
  10. ^ See TFF coach page for other details at TFF coach page. Retrieved on 16 April 2015.
  11. ^ See official team page at TFF website. Mersin İdmanyurdu team page. Select season (1991–92 squad and 1991–92 matches) to view.
  12. ^ Mehmet Ayhan Yakar. Contract renewal on 16 July 1991. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and he signed to Antalyaspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  13. ^ Özcan Kızıltan. Contract renewal on 13 July 1991. In the team since Summer 1988. Player's first professional team was MİY. He played for Fenerbahçe and Sakaryaspor before his return. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  14. ^ Kurthan Yılmaz. Player was professionalized for the first time before the start of previous season. He signed on 13 August 1990 for two seasons. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  15. ^ Zafer Erkan Serin. Player signed on 15 July 1991. His contract with his previous team Eyüpspor had ended. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and player signed to Küçükçekmecespor (then second league team) for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  16. ^ Erol Kolcu. Player signed on 11 July 1991. His contract with his previous team Sakaryaspor had ended. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  17. ^ Ömer Faruk Demir. Player signed on 15 August 1991. His contract with his previous team Eyüpspor had ended. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and player signed to Antalyaspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  18. ^ Tuncay Şeker. Player signed on 11 July 1991. His contract with his previous team Bakırköyspor had ended. Athe end of the season player's contract ended and he finished his professional player career. TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  19. ^ Necmettin Sert. In the team since 15 August 1990. Contract renewal on 11 July 1991. He previously played for Karşıyaka. His contract ended at the end of the season but renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  20. ^ Kenan Oktay. Player signed on 15 July 1991. His contract with his previous team Eyüpspor had ended. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and player signed to İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  21. ^ In the team since Summer 1988. Previously he played for Galatasaray and Sakaryaspor. Contract renewal on 13 July 1991. Player's contract ended at the end of the season he signed to İçel Polisgücü for the next season. After the end of next season he finished his professional player career. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  22. ^ Yücel Çolak. Famous striker for national team and Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe Tanju Çolak is player's older brother. Player signed on 14 August 1991. He was on loan to Çengelköyspor in previous season. His contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  23. ^ Selçuk Yiğitlik. In the team since 15 August 1990 for two seasons. Player's previous team was Sakaryaspor. His contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  24. ^ Faruk Özbekir. Player signed on 14 August 1991. His contract with his previous team Kahramanmaraşspor had ended. His contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  25. ^ Nurettin Özlü. Player signed on 14 August 1991. His contract with his previous team Eyüpspor had ended. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  26. ^ Muzaffer Bahadır Çakır. Player signed on 15 July 1991. His contract with his previous team Çengelköyspor was terminated mutually. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and he signed to Tarsus İdmanyurdu for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  27. ^ İbrahim Örenç. In the team since 1 July 1989. Contract renewal on 9 July 1991. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  28. ^ Mehmet Diner. Player was professionalized in previous season. He signed on 24 August 1990 for two seasons. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  29. ^ Player signed on 13 July 1991. His contract with his previous team Hatayspor had ended. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  30. ^ Şenol Kaba. Player signed on 15 August 1990 for two seasons. His previous team was Sakaryaspor. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and he signed to PTT for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  31. ^ Atıf Öztoprak. In the team since 1 July 1989. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and player signed to İçel Polisgücü for the next season. After 192-93 season he finished his professional player career. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  32. ^ Metin Erbilmiş. In the team since 1 July 1989. Contract Renewal on 9 July 1991. He was loaned out to Nevşehirspor on 17 October 1991. His contract ended at the end of the season and he signed to Siirt Köy Hizmetleri YSE Spor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  33. ^ Osman Güler. In the team since Summer 1988. Contract renewal on 13 July 1991. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and he signed to Siirt Köy Hizmetleri YSE Spor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  34. ^ Aytümen Akyıldız. First time professionalized on 9 July 1991. He signed for two seasons. He was loaned out to Tarsus İdmanyurdu on 7 November 1991 for the rest of the season. Continued next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  35. ^ Yusuf Tanış. In the team since 31 December 1990. Contract renewal on 15 August 1991. Player's contract ended at the end of the season but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  36. ^ Mesut Bilir. Contract renewal on 9 July 1991. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and he signed to Siirt Köy Hizmetleri YSE Spor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  37. ^ İbrahim Peynir. Player signed on 15 July 1991. His contract with his previous team Şanlıurfaspor had ended. Although his contract was for two seasons, he was transferred to Yeni Salihlispor at the end of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  38. ^ Mustafa Ozan taga. Player signed on 24 October 1991. His contract with his previous team Muğlaspor had been terminated mutually. Player's contract ended at the end of the season and he signed to Fethiyespor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  39. ^ Özgür Yüksekdağ. He was an amateur player who found chance for playing in the prossional team after bad results. Player's profile in TFF website was empty by 19 April 2015. See TFF player profile. Details from maçkolik page.
  40. ^ Sinan Tanış. He was an amateur player who found chance for playing in the prossional team after bad results. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  41. ^ Metin Çay. He was an amateur player who found chance for playing in the prossional team after bad results. Details from details and maçkolik page.
  42. ^ TFF club page (select season to confirm), retrieved on 8 September 2013 from tff.org; and maçkolik.com team page, retrieved on 7 February 2015 from maçkolik.com.