2010–11 Mersin İdmanyurdu season

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Mersin İdmanyurdu
2010–11 season
President Turkey Ali Kahramanlı
Head coach Turkey Yüksel Yeşilova
(till 17 October 2010)
Turkey Nurullah Sağlam
(since 20 October 2010)
Stadium Tevfik Sırrı Gür Stadium
Mersin, Turkey
(Capacity: 10,128)
TFF First League 1st (Champions) (Promoted)
Turkish Cup Eliminated at Play-offs Round
Most appearances Turkey Kerem İnan (32)
Top goalscorer League:
Turkey Adem Büyük (10)

All:
Turkey Adem Büyük (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 2010-2011. The 2010–11 season was the 6th season of Mersin İdmanyurdu football team in TFF First League, the second level division in Turkey since 2001-02. MİY has taken place 33rd time in the second level football division since its foundation in 1963-64. At the end of the season the team finished the league at first place and promoted to Spor–Toto Super League after 28 seasons.

Ali Kahramanlı was president of the club. Yüksel Yeşilova was head coach at the start of the season. After 8th round Nurullah Sağlam took over the position. Goalkeeper and team captain Kerem İnan was the most appeared player with 32 appearances, while Adem Büyük, who was loaned in the mid-season became the season top goalscorer with 10 goals.

Pre-season[edit]

Pre-season preparation games resulted as follows (at Kızılcahamam camp):

  • 15.07.2010. MİY-Antalyaspor (then Turkish Süper lig team): 0–0,
  • 18.07.2010. MİY-Azal (Azerbaijan Super League team): 1–1.
  • 22.07.2010. MİY-Mogan (Azerbaijan Super League team): 1–2.

2010–11 TFF First League participation[edit]

TFF First League was played as "Bank Asya Birinci Lig" in 2010–11 due to sponsorship reasons. 17 teams attended. The winners and runners-up were promoted to 2011–12 Süper Lig. The third team to be promoted was determined through promotion play-off games. Bottom two teams were relegated to 2011–12 TFF Second League. MİY attended 6th time to the league in its 10th season and finished at top, gaining direct promotion to 2011–12 Süper Lig at the end of the season.

Results summary[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2010–11 TFF First League 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 9 16 6 5 5 15 20 -5 23 7 4 0 3 9 12 -3 12 9 2 5 2 6 8 -2 11
Second half 16 11 2 3 24 9 +15 35 9 6 1 2 16 6 +10 19 7 5 1 1 8 3 +5 16
Overall 1 32 17 7 8 39 29 +10 58 16 10 1 5 25 18 +7 31 16 7 6 3 14 11 +3 27
Sources: 2010–11 TFF First League pages.[1]

League table[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2010–11 TFF First League season standing in league table after normal season:

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 17 7 8 39 29 58 17 9 34 1
2 Samsunspor (P) 32 16 10 6 45 20 58 1–0 20 8 1–1 3 6
3 Gaziantep Büyükşehir Belediyespor (Q) 32 16 9 7 43 26 57 1–3 10 10 0–1 27 4
4 Çaykur Rizespor (Q) 32 15 9 8 36 24 54 3–0 28 3 0–3 11 13
5 Orduspor (Q) (P) 32 14 12 6 47 29 54 1–4 8 8 1–0 25 5
6 TKİ Tavşanlı Linyitspor (Q) 32 13 12 7 32 28 51 1–0 2 6 0–0 19 9
7 Boluspor 32 14 7 11 47 31 49 2–0 33 2 1–2 16 8
8 Kayseri Erciyesspor 32 11 15 6 40 29 48 1–2 24 6 1–1 7 6
9 Denizlispor 32 11 11 10 40 31 44 2–4 6 6 2–1 23 4
10 Karşıyaka 32 10 11 11 26 34 41 4–0 22 7 0–0 5 6
11 Giresunspor 32 11 5 16 27 32 38 1–0 14 7 2–1 31 2
12 Adanaspor 32 8 13 11 41 42 37 0–0 18 9 0–0 1 13
13 Kartalspor 32 7 13 12 21 29 34 2–1 32 2 1–0 15 5
14 Akhisar Belediye Gençlik ve Spor 32 8 9 15 27 39 33 2–1 12 10 1–0 29 2
15 Güngören Belediyespor 32 7 12 13 19 42 33 1–0 26 4 0–0 9 8
16 Altay (R) 32 7 10 15 27 43 31 2–3 30 2 2–1 13 9
17 Diyarbakırspor (R) 32 1 7 24 10 59 7 1–0 4 5 2–0 21 8
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 2011–12 Süper Lig;      (Q): Qualified to Promotion Play-offs;      (R): Relegated to 2011–12 TFF Second League.

Sources: 2010–11 TFF First League pages from TFF website, Turkish-Soccer website, and Maçkolik website.[1]

Results by round[edit]

Results of games MİY played in 2010–11 TFF First 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 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
Ground A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A B H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H B
Result D W D W D L D L D L L W W W W L D D W W W W L W W L W W L W W W
Position 8 5 5 5 6 6 6 8 8 9 13 10 9 7 5 8 9 9 9 8 8 7 4 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 1

Source: TFF League page u=16:10, 15 May 2011 (UTC)
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

First half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2010–11 TFF First League season first half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 2010–11 Süper Lig pages.[1]

Second half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2010–11 TFF First League season second half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 2010–11 Süper Lig pages.[1]

2010–11 Turkish Cup participation[edit]

2009–10 Turkish Cup was played with 71 teams in three stages. The 49th Cup was played as Ziraat Türkiye Kupası for sponsorship reasons. In the first stage 2 elimination rounds and a play-off round were played in one-leg elimination system. In the second stage 20 remaining teams played one-led round-robin group games in 4 groups, 5 teams in each group. In the third stage; quarter- and semifinals and finals played again in one-leg elimination rule. Final game was played at a neutral venue. MİY attended to 49th Turkish Cup in 2010–11 Turkish Cup at second round. First round played among teams from TFF Second League and TFF Third League in 2009–2010 season. 2009–10 TFF First League teams started from round two. MİY was eliminated at play-offs by Beşiktaş who later became winners of the Cup for 9th time.[5]

Cup track[edit]

The drawings and results Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) followed in 2010–11 Turkish Cup are shown in the following table.

Round Own League Opponent's League Opponent A/H Score Result
Round 2 First League Third League Torbalıspor H 3–2 Promoted
Play-offs First League Süper Lig Beşiktaş A 0–3 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) 2010–11 Turkish Cup game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Source: 2010–11 Ziraat Turkish Cup pages.[5]

Management[edit]

  • Club address was: "Hamidiye Mah., İsmet İnönü Blv., Sevim Çalışkan Apt. No: 3/3, Mersin. Tel. no: (324)2380332, fax: (324)2380341.[6]

Club management[edit]

  • Executive committee: President : Ali Kahramanlı since September 2008. Vice-president: Senan İdin. Deputy vice-presidents: Ayhan Erdem, Beşir Acar, Şerafettin Kadooğlu. Football division manager: Mehmet Hanifi Işık. Treasurer: Nafiz Deniz. General Secretary: Ali Sönmez. Member in charge of infrastructure and club director: Salih Baysal. Members: Mehmet H. Serdaroğlu, Cahit Yürümez, Naif Yavuz, İbrahim Çakar, Hanifi Çelik.

Mersin İdmanyurdu Sports Club president and managerial board members are elected by general vote of club members. Last election was held in September 2008.[7] Mersin İdmanyurdu football team has finished 2009–10 season in 13th place in TFF First League. The team was guaranteed non-relegation only at the last match of the season. Therefore president Ali Kahramanlı declared an extraordinary general meeting, in order to provide support for the club. However later he renounced that meeting will be held during the half-season due to lack of time to prepare team for next season.[8]

Coaching team[edit]

  • Before 17 October 2010: Headcoach: Yüksel Yeşilova [9] General manager: Serkan Damla. Trainer: Tekin İncebaldır.[10] Goalkeeper trainer: Okan Kopan.[11] Tactician: Dorel Chiriac. Analist : Mehmet Erben Arslan.
  • After 20 October 2010: Headcoach: Nurullah Sağlam[12] Trainer: İsmet Savcılıoğlu.[13] Goalkeeper trainer: Sadık Öztürk.[14] General manager: Serkan Damla.[15]

2010–11 Mersin İdmanyurdu head coaches

Nat Head Coach Period Pl W D L Notes
Turkey Yüksel Yeşilova 03.06.2010 – 17.10.2010 9 3 4 2 Resigned after 8th round.[9]
Turkey Nurullah Sağlam 20.10.2010 – 06.07.2011 25 15 3 7 Continued in the next season.[12]
Note: Only official games were included.

2010–11 squad[edit]

Appearances, goals and cards count for 2010–11 TFF First League and 2010–11 Turkish Cup games.[16] Serial penalties were not included in goal stats. Kit numbers were allowed to select by players. 18 players appeared in each game roster, three to be replaced. Only the players who appeared in game rosters were included and listed in order of appearance.

O N Nat Name Birth Born Pos LA LG CA CG TA TG YC Red card Season Notes
1 1 Turkey Kerem İnan (C) 25 Mar 1980 İstanbul GK 32 32 2 previous season.[17]
2 38 Turkey Tuna Kaya 3 Feb 1984 Tomarza DF 14 1 1 15 1 4 previous season.[18]
3 89 Turkey Mustafa Aydın 30 Apr 1986 Bakırköy DF 4 4 3 2010 SL MKE Ankaragücü.[19]
4 33 Turkey Fuat Onur 20 Jan 1987 Altınözü MF 15 1 16 4 previous season.[20]
5 16 Turkey Hüseyin Yoğurtçu 30 Jun 1983 Bursa DF 22 2 24 4 2010 ST Boluspor.[21]
6 6 Turkey Musa Kuş 20 Feb 1978 Kars DF 9 1 10 4 2010 ST Orduspor.[22]
7 11 Azerbaijan Ilgar Gurbanov 25 Apr 1986 Baku MF 7 1 1 8 1 2010 ST Olimpik Baku.[23]
8 20 Sierra Leone Al Bangura 24 Jan 1988 Port Loko MF 6 6 3 2010 ST FC Blackpool.[24]
9 5 Turkey Fatih Egedik 2 May 1982 Karşıyaka MF 25 1 1 26 1 7 previous season.[25]
10 39 Turkey Şehmus Özer 10 May 1980 Ergani FW 27 5 1 28 5 8 2010 ST Altay.[26]
11 9 Turkey Tunç Behram 21 Jul 1990 Mersin FW 3 1 4 previous season.[27]
12 82 Turkey Eser Altın 6 Oct 1980 Ankara GK 2 2 1 2010 ST Dardanelspor.[28]
13 8 Turkey Nurullah Kaya 20 Jul 1986 Batman FW 19 2 1 21 1 1 1 previous season.[29]
14 7 Turkey Veysel Kılıç 7 Sep 1987 Seyhan FW 10 2 1 1 11 3 previous season.[30]
15 26 Azerbaijan Ernani Pereira 22 Jan 1978 Belô DF 17 1 18 1 2010 ST Karvan FK.[31]
16 34 Turkey Yunus Altun 25 Aug 1977 Eyüp FW 15 1 16 1 2010 ST Bucaspor.[32]
17 62 Turkey Sertaç Şahin 23 Jul 1983 İnebolu MF 5 2 7 1 previous season.[33]
18 15 Turkey Hasan Üçüncü 16 Nov 1980 Sürmene MF 22 1 23 6 2 2010 ST Çaykur Rizespor.[34]
19 14 Turkey Erdal Güneş 29 Mar 1982 Eruh FW 27 2 1 28 2 3 2010 ST Diyarbakırspor.[35]
20 10 Turkey Fatih Şen 10 Aug 1979 Bafra FW 22 5 1 23 5 4 previous season.[36]
21 3 Cameroon Joseph Boum 26 Sep 1989 Yaoundé DF 23 1 24 6 previous season.[37]
22 21 Turkey Mehmet Budak 1 Aug 1980 Doğanşehir DF 10 2 12 1 1 2010 ST Altay.[38]
23 23 Romania Vlad Bujor 3 Feb 1989 Satu Mare FW 6 1 2 8 1 2010 ST CFR Cluj.[39]
24 91 Turkey Nezir Özer 10 May 1991 Ergani FW 3 1 4 1 2010 ST Pazarspor.[40]
25 55 Liechtenstein Cengiz Biçer 11 Dec 1987 Grabs GK 2010 ST Samsunspor.[41]
26 4 Germany Seyhan Çetinkaya 25 Jan 1987 Herne MF 2010 ST Rot-Weiss Essen.[42]
27 13 Turkey Vedat Çoban 8 Sep 1984 Tatvan DF previous season.[43]
28 17 Turkey Faruk Atalay 18 Mar 1981 Of MF 1 1 2 previous season.[44]
29 19 Turkey Birol Parlak 1 Mar 1990 Pazar MF previous season.[45]
30 2 Turkey Erman Özgür 13 Apr 1977 Kartal MF 12 1 12 1 1 2011 WT Gaziantepspor[46]
31 25 Turkey Burak Karaduman 23 Feb 1985 Ankara MF 8 8 4 2011 WT Konyaspor.[47]
32 27 Turkey Mehmet Polat 8 Jun 1978 Gaziantep DF 16 2 16 2 2 2011 WT Bucaspor.[48]
33 66 Turkey İlhan Özbay 19 Sep 1982 Şefaatli MF 16 16 2 2011 WT Sakaryaspor.[49]
34 99 Turkey Adem Büyük 30 Aug 1987 Hopa FW 14 10 14 10 4 2011 WL Manisaspor.[50]
35 28 Germany Eren Şen 23 Feb 1985 Hamburg FW 5 5 1 2011 WT 1. FC Magdeburg.[51]
36 77 Nigeria Nduka Ozokwo 25 Dec 1988 Enugu MF 15 3 15 3 2 2011 WT Enugu Rangers.[52]
37 18 Liberia Tonia Tisdell 20 Mar 1992 Liberia MF 11 1 11 1 2 2011 WL MKE Ankaragücü.[53]
38 29 Turkey Faruk Bayar 11 Oct 1981 Eskişehir MF 7 7 3 2011 WT Sivasspor.[54]
Sources: TFF club page and maçkolik team page.[55]

A2 team[edit]

A2 League was played in two groups, one with 20 teams and the second with 17 teams (originally second group was planned to be consisting of 18 teams, but after dismissal of Ankaraspor group was played by 17 teams). Süper Lig, Bank Asya First league and two TFF Second League teams which meet the conditions participated. Mersin İdmanyurdu took place in Group B.

League position

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
32 8 12 12 26 32  −6 36 3 9 4 13 16  −3 5 3 8 13 16  −3

Last updated: 17:30, 14 May 2011 (UTC).
Source: TFF A2 League page

Results by round

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 H A H A H B 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 A
Result L W L D L W L L L L D L W D D D D L L W D D D W D W D W W L D L
Position 13 5 11 9 13 8 12 13 14 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 13

Last updated: 17:30, 14 May 2011 (UTC).
Source: TFF A2 League page
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d 2010–11 Bank Asya First League Official page from TFF website; Qualifications and relegations from Turkish-Soccer; and detailed information and news from Maçkolik. Retrieved on 6 February 2015.
  2. ^ On September 13, Monday, manager Yüksel Yeşilova was repeatedly stabbed by his brother, during Samsunspor – Mersin İdmanyurdu match. For that reason the match was postponed and completed on November 3.
  3. ^ On September 26, Sunday, stopper Mustafa Aydın had a wreck due to adverse weather conditions. His fiancee died in the accident he was injured and being cured since.
  4. ^ After that match, coach Yüksek Yelşilova resigned. On October 22, new coach Nurullah Sağlam signed a 1,5 years contract. At the end of the season his contract was renewed.
  5. ^ a b See elimination games at tff.org.tr, official page of 2010–11 Ziraat Türkiye Kupası at TFF (Turkish Football Federation) website. An alternative source is maçkolik.com. Also Turkish Soccer provides information in English.
  6. ^ TFF team page Mersin İdmanyurdu
  7. ^ MİY official website (Turkish)
  8. ^ "Genel kurula gitmeden devam edeceğiz" President of the club renounces extraordinary general meeting. 30.05.2010 (Turkish)
  9. ^ a b Yüksel Yeşilova. MİY headcoach (signed on 3 June 2010).Yüksel Yeşilova ve Musa Kuş imzaladı. Yüksel Yeşilova and Musa Kuş have signed. (Turkish). Previous team was Giresunspor, see TFF Info Bank page for career details in Turkey.
  10. ^ Tekin İncebaldır. Previous team was Adana Demirspor. See TFF Info Bank page for career details in Turkey.
  11. ^ Okan Kopan. Previous team was Kastamonuspor, see TFF Info Bank page for career details in Turkey.
  12. ^ a b Nurullah Sağlam. His previous team was Denizlispor. His contract was for one and a half season and was later extended. He continued in the next season in the top level. Details from TFF coach page). Retrieved on 20 June 2015.
  13. ^ İsmet Savcılıoğlu. Signed on 22.10.2010. Previous team was Gaziantep Büyükşehir Belediyespor. See details from TFF manager page.
  14. ^ Sadık Öztürk. Signed on 22.10.2010. Previous team was Gaskispor. See details from TFF manager page.
  15. ^ Serkan Damla. Previous position was U-14 team trainer, see TFF Info Bank page for career details in Turkey.
  16. ^ Stats obtained from TFF team page Mersin İdmanyurdu 2010–11 team squad. Select season to see staff.
  17. ^ Kerem İnan. In the team since 19 August 2001. Player's contract was for two years. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Şanlıurfaspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  18. ^ Mustafa Tuna Kaya. In the team since 19 August 2001. Player's contract was for two years. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to İstanbul Güngörenspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  19. ^ Mustafa Aydın. He was loaned from MKE Ankaragücü and signed on 17 August 2010. He had been on loan to MİY in the second half of the previous season too. He had a wreck on 26 September 2010 in İzmir after an away game in 5th round and could not play once more. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  20. ^ Fuat Onur. In the team since 3 August 2006. Player's contract was for five seasons. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Göztepe for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  21. ^ Hüseyin Yoğurtçu. Player signed on 23 June 2010. Player's contract with his previous team Boluspor had been mutually terminated. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Kasımpaşa for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  22. ^ Musa Kuş. Player signed on 15 July 2010. Player's contract with his previous team Orduspor had ended. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he became free agent. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  23. ^ Ilgar Gurbanov. Player was a free agent foreign transfer from FK Olimpik Baku and signed on 15 July 2010 for two seasons. In the mid-season player's contract was terminated and he signed to Qarabağ FK for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  24. ^ Alhassan Bangura. Player was a free agent transfer from Blackpool F.C. and signed on 15 July 2010. In the mid-season player's contract was terminated and he signed to Gabala FC for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  25. ^ Fatih Egedik. In the team since 13 January 2010. Contract renewal on 15 July 2010 for two seasons. At the end of the season player's contract was terminated and he signed to Altay for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  26. ^ Şehmus Özer. Player signed on 15 July 2010. Player's contract with his previous team Altay had ended. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Akhisar Belediye for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  27. ^ Tunç Murat Behram. In the team since 2 April 2004. Professional since 19 February 2007. Contract renewal on 1 June 2009 for four seasons. He continued but was loaned to İstanbul Güngörenspor in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  28. ^ Eser Altın. Player signed on 15 July 2010 for two seasons. Player's contract with his previous team Dardanelspor had been mutually terminated. At the end of the season player's contract was terminated and he signed to Boluspor for the next seasons. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  29. ^ Nurullah Kaya. In the team since 2 August 2006. Contract renewal on 1 June 2009 for two seasons. At the end of the season player's contract ended but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  30. ^ Veysel Kılıç. In the team since 2 August 2006. Contract renewal on 19 August 2009 for two seasons. In the mid-season he was loaned to Şanlıurfaspor for the rest of the season. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to İstanbul Güngörenspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  31. ^ Ernani Pereira. Player signed on 15 July 2010. He was a free agent transfer from Azerbaijani side Karvan FK. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he became free agent. Later he turned back to his home country Brazil. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  32. ^ Yunus Altun. Player signed on 27 July 2010. Player's contract with his previous team Bucaspor had ended. In the mid-season player's contract was terminated and he signed to Karşıyaka for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  33. ^ Sertaç Şahin. In the team since 17 August 2006. Contract renewal on 1 June 2010. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Beypazarı Şekerspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  34. ^ Hasan Üçüncü. Player signed on 15 July 2010. Player's contract with his previous team Çaykur Rizespor had ended. At the end of the season player's contract ended but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  35. ^ Erdal Güneş. Player signed on 15 July 2010. Player's contract with his previous team Diyarbakırspor had ended. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Altay for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  36. ^ Süleyman Fatih Şen. In the team since 29 January 2010. Player had signed for one and a half seasons and continued in this season. At the end of the season player's contract ended but was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  37. ^ Joseph Boum II. In the team since 12 January 2010. Player had signed for one and a half seasons and continued in this season. At the end of the season player's contract ended but was renewed for two seasons. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  38. ^ Mehmet Budak. Player signed on 15 July 2010. Player's contract with his previous team Altay had ended. In the mid-season player's contract was mutually terminated and he signed to Tokatspor for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  39. ^ Vlad Alin Bujor. Player signed on 27 August 2010. He was a free agent transfer from Romanian side CFR Cluj. He had been on loan to FC Politehnica Iași in previous season. In the mid-season player's contract was mutually terminated and he signed to FC Universitatea Craiova for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  40. ^ Nezir Özer. Player signed on 24 July 2010 for three seasons. Player's contract with his previous team Pazarspor had ended. In the mid season he was loaned to Tokatspor for the rest of the season. At the end of the season player's contract was mutually terminated and he signed to Altay for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  41. ^ Cengiz Biçer. Player signed on 15 July 2010 for two seasons. Player's contract with his previous team Samsunspor had been terminated. He was playing for U-23 team. At the end of the season player's contract was renewed for three seasons. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  42. ^ Seyhan Çetinkaya. Player signed on 15 July 2010 for two seasons. He was a free agent transfer from German side Rot-Weiss Essen. He was playing for U-23 team. Player's contract was mutually terminated during the first half of the season and he signed to German side Recklinghausen for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  43. ^ Vedat Çoban. In the team since 27 January 2010. Player's contract was for one and a half season. He was playing for U-23 team. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Kahramanmaraş Belediyespor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  44. ^ Faruk Atalay. In the team since 20 August 2008. Contract renewal on 1 July 2010. In the mid-season player's contract was mutually terminated and he signed to Pursaklarspor for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  45. ^ Birol Parlak. In the team since 20 August 2002. Professional since 19 February 2007. Contract renewal on 1 June 2009 for two seasons. In the mid-season player's contract was mutually terminated and he signed to Tepecikspor for the rest of the season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  46. ^ Erman Özgür. Player signed on 5 January 2011 for one and a half season. Player's contract with his previous team Gaziantepspor had been mutually terminated. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  47. ^ Burak Karaduman. Player signed on 7 January 2011 for one and a half season. Player's contract with previous team Konyaspor had been mutually terminated. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  48. ^ Mehmet Polat. Player signed on 7 January 2011 for one and a half season. Player's contract with previous team Bucaspor had been mutually terminated. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  49. ^ İlhan Özbay. Player signed on 18 January 2011 for one and a half season. Player's contract with previous team Sakaryaspor had been mutually terminated. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  50. ^ Adem Büyük. Player was on loan from Manisaspor and signed on 7 January 2011. At the end of the season he turned back to his team. He was awarded as Man of the Season by the league committee. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  51. ^ Eren Şen. Player signed on 15 January 2011. He was a free agent transfer from German side 1. FC Magdeburg. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Iranian side Paykan F.C. for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  52. ^ Nduka Ozokwo. Player signed on 17 January 2011. He was a free agent transfer from Nigerian side Enugu Rangers. At the end of the season player's contract ended but was renewed for three seasons. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  53. ^ Tonia D. Tisdell. Player was on loan from MKE Ankaragücü and signed on 20 January 2011. At the end of the season player turned back to his team, but loaned again to MİY in the second half of the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  54. ^ Faruk Bayar. Player signed on 1 February 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Sivasspor had ended at the end of previous season. At the end of the seaso player's contract ended and he later signed to TKİ Tavşanlı Linyitspor9 in the mid of next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  55. ^ TFF club page (select season to confirm), retrieved on 24 February 2015 from tff.org; and maçkolik.com team page, retrieved on 24 February 2015 from maçkolik.com.