2011–12 Mersin İdmanyurdu season

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Mersin İdmanyurdu
2011–12 season
President Turkey Ali Kahramanlı
Head coach Turkey Nurullah Sağlam
Stadium Tevfik Sırrı Gür Stadium
Mersin, Turkey
(Capacity: 10,128)
Süper Lig 13th
Turkish Cup 3rd Elimination Round
Most appearances Brazil André Moritz (33)
Top goalscorer League:
Brazil Márcio Nobre (10)

All:
Brazil Márcio Nobre (10)
Highest home attendance 10.128 vs Galatasaray
(Süper Lig, R 27)
Lowest home attendance 2.532 vs Ankaragücü
(Süper Lig, R 18)
Average home league attendance 5.064
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 2011-2012. 2011–12 season was the 12th season of Mersin İdmanyurdu football team in Süper Lig, the top level division in Turkey. Mersin İdmanyurdu football team has finished 2010–11 season at 1st place in TFF First League. The team has promoted to 2011–12 Süper Lig. The aim of team was remaining in the league for the first year after promotion. MİY finished season at 13th place and remained in the league. Team participated in 2011–12 Turkish Cup and was eliminated at Round 3.

Ali Kahramanlı was club president. Nurullah Sağlam who won the 2010–11 TFF First League championship has continued as head coach. 11 of the players were saved in the team and some known players from Beşiktaş, Bursaspor and Sivasspor were transferred in pre-season. Attacking midfielder André Moritz was the most appeared player with 33 apps. Márcio Nobre who known as Mert Nobre in Turkey was the top goalscorer with ten goals.

Pre-season[edit]

MİY team started to first preparation camp period in Isparta, Davraz on 27 June 2011. Preparation games:

  • 04.07.2011 - MİY-Metalurg (UKR): 1-1. Monday, 17:00. Isparta, Davraz. Goal: Andre Moritz.[1]
  • 06.07.2011 - MİY-Inter Baku (AZE): 3-3. Wednesday. Isparta, Davraz, Sirena Hotel. Goals: Kamanan 55', Erman Özgür 90' and Moritz 65'.[2]
  • 12.07.2011 - MİY-Terek (RUS): 1-1. Tuesday. Isparta, Davraz, Sirena Hotel. Goal: Moritz.[3]

First camp period ended on 12 July 2011. Second camp period started in Austria, on 17 July 2011. Planned preparation games could not be played during Austria camp due to several reasons. One preparation game was played:

Second camp period ended on 30 July 2011. A third camp period is being planned because a delay in the 2011–12 Süper Lig is in the concern due to manipulation matters which TFF deals with. Preceding to the third camp, MİY attended in a tournament in Ankara, which Ankaragücü club organized and the revenue obtained from the audience was donated to people suffering from famine in Somalia. The games played in this tournament were:[5]

  • 11.08.2011 - Gençlerbirliği-MİY: 1-3. Thursday, 19:00. Saray Spor Tesisleri, Ankara. Goals: Nduka 1', Kamanan 17', 32'.[6]
  • 12.08.2011 - Sivasspor-MİY: 2-2. Friday, 21:00. Saray Spor Tesisleri, Ankara. Goals: Nobre 32', Kamanan 48'.[7]
  • 14.08.2011 - MKE Ankaragücü-MİY: 4-0. Sunday, 21:00. classification game.[8]

After TRT Cup played in Ankara, MİY remained in Ankaragücü sports complex. Three more preparation games were played before the start of the season:

2011–12 league participation[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu participated in 2011–12 Süper Lig. The league was played as "Spor-Toto Süper Lig" in that season due to sponsorship reasons. 18 teams attended. A play-off system introduced for the first time in league history. Top four teams play two-leg league system play-offs. The winners and runners-up of the play-off were qualify for 2012–13 UEFA Champions League (ECL). The team who finished the league at first place qualifies for ECL even if they could not finish the play-offs at top two places. The third team qualifies for 2012–13 UEFA Europa League (UEL). Second team who qualifies for UEL is determined by another play-off which is played by the teams who finished the normal season at 5th through 8th places. Bottom three teams relegate to 2012–13 TFF Second League. The start date of the league is 10 September 2011 and end date of normal season is 8 April 2012.[12]

Mersin İdmanyurdu finished 2011–12 Süper Lig season at 14th place and did not participate in play-offs but remained in the league.

Results summary[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2011–12 Süper Lig season results 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 6 17 7 6 4 20 16 +4 27 9 3 3 3 8 8 0 12 8 4 3 1 12 8 +4 15
Second half 17 5 0 12 14 29 -15 15 8 2 0 6 7 16 -9 6 9 3 0 6 7 13 -6 9
Owerall 14 34 12 6 16 34 45 -11 42 17 5 3 9 15 24 -9 18 17 7 3 7 19 21 -2 24
Sources: 2011–12 Süper Lig pages.[13]

League table[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2011–12 Süper Lig 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 Galatasaray (C) (CL) 34 23 8 3 69 24 77 1–3 27 13 0–0 10 9
2 Fenerbahçe (CW) (CL) 34 20 8 6 61 34 68 1–2 6 6 1–2 23 13
3 Trabzonspor (EL) 34 15 11 8 60 39 56 1–1 11 9 3–2 28 11
4 Beşiktaş (EL) 34 15 10 9 50 39 55 0–1 7 10 1–0 24 11
5 Eskişehirspor 34 14 8 12 42 41 50 0–0 17 6 0–2 34 13
6 İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor 34 14 8 12 48 49 50 2–0 31 10 0–0 14 8
7 Sivasspor 34 13 11 10 57 54 50 1–5 25 13 0–1 8 12
8 Bursaspor (CR) (EL) 34 13 10 11 44 35 49 1–3 2 12 0–1 19 8
9 Gençlerbirliği 34 13 10 11 49 48 49 2–1 9 8 2–1 26 12
10 Gaziantepspor 34 13 9 12 39 33 48 2–0 4 4 0–1 21 8
11 Kayserispor 34 13 5 16 42 39 44 1–2 22 10 2–2 5 5
12 Kardemir D.Ç. Karabükspor 34 13 5 16 44 56 44 0–2 33 12 5–3 16 5
13 Mersin İdmanyurdu 34 12 6 16 34 45 42
14 Orduspor 34 10 12 12 28 34 42 1–0 29 10 1–0 12 7
15 Medical Park Antalyaspor 34 10 9 15 32 42 39 0–2 20 8 2–1 3 7
16 Samsunspor (R) 34 9 9 16 36 47 36 1–0 15 7 0–2 32 11
17 Manisaspor (R) 34 8 8 18 31 52 32 0–0 13 8 0–2 30 11
18 MKE Ankaragücü (R) 34 2 5 27 22 77 11 1–2 18 7 2–1 1 6
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;      (CL): Eligible for Champions League;      (EL): Eligible for Europa League; (CW): Cup Winners; (CR): Cup Runners-up;      (R): Relegated to TFF First League.

Sources: 2012–13 Süper Lig pages from TFF website, Turkish-Soccer website, and Maçkolik website.[13]

Results by round[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2011–12 Süper Lig season standing in league table after normal season:

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 H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H A
Result W L W W D L L L W D D W D D W W D L L L L L L W L W L W W L W L L L
Position 6 12 7 4 5 6 10 12 8 9 9 7 8 8 7 5 6 7 8 8 8 10 13 11 12 12 13 11 10 11 10 11 12 13

Source: TFF League page u=20:33, 8 January 2012 (UTC)
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

First half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2011–12 Süper Lig season first half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 2011–12 Süper Lig pages.[13]

Second half[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) 2011–12 Süper Lig season second half game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Sources: 2011–12 Süper Lig pages.[13]

2011–12 Turkish Cup participation[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu has participated in 2011–12 Turkish Cup from the third round. Turkish Cup has been played in its 50th season with 57 teams as Ziraat Türkiye Kupası for sponsorship reasons. It was played in four elimination rounds and finals in one-leg elimination system. MİY took place in third elimination round and eliminated to Sivasspor. Sivasspor has been eliminated by Galatasaray in the fourth elimination round and Galatasaray was eliminated by Bursaspor in quarterfinals. Bursaspor has lost finals to Fenerbahçe who won the cup for the 5th time. Fenerbahçe had won its 4th Cup 29 seasons before against MİY in finals of 1982–83 Turkish Cup.[15]

Cup track[edit]

The drawings and results Mersin İdmanyurdu (MİY) followed in 2011–12 Turkish Cup are shown in the following table.

Round Own League Opponent's League Opponent A/H Score Result
Round 3 Süper Lig Süper Lig Sivasspor H 1–3 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) 2011–12 Turkish Cup game reports is shown in the following table. Kick off times are in EET and EEST.

Source: 2011–12 Ziraat Turkish Cup pages.[15]

Management[edit]

  • Club address was: Hamidiye Mah., İsmet İnönü Blv., Sevim Çalışkan Apt. No: 3/3, Mersin. Tel. no: (324)2380332, fax: (324)2380341.[16]
  • Kit: Uniform Manufacturer: Hummel International. Chest Advertising's: SOIL. Back Advertising's: BPet. Shorts Advertising's: Özbal Çelik Boru.

Club management[edit]

  • Executive committee: Mersin İdmanyurdu Sports Club president and managerial board members are elected by general vote of club members. Last election was held in September 2008.[17] President: Ali Kahramanlı. Deputy Chairman: Abdi Kurt. Vice Presidents: Ayhan Erdem, Mustafa Ağaoğlu, Nuh Yüksel Güngör, Şerefettin Kadooğlu, Beşir Acar. Football Assistants in Charge of the Branch: Erhan Contar, Mehmet Hanifi Işık. Boxing Assistant in Charge of the Branch: Nafiz Deniz. Handball Assistant in Charge of the Branch: Onur Ünlü. Treasurer: M.Galip Akyollu. General Secretary: Senan İdin. General Manager: Salih Baysal. Press Agent: Celal Ata. Executive Committee Members: Ali Sönmez, H.Tufan Ballı, Sultan Torlak. Stadium Authority: İbrahim Çakar.
  • Other Personnel: General Manager: Murat Öğ. Financial Advisor: Sedat Aydöner. Club's Lawyer: Av.Osman Akgöç. Assistant General Manager: Burak Adanalı. Drivers: Ökkeş Aybar, Mustafa Kaya. Accountant: Özcan Ulusoy. Secretary: Duygu Gürani. Servant: Fatma Dağkaya.
  • Help Team: Physiotherapist: Mustafa Bozkurt. Interpreter: Berkant Demir. Masseurs: Ersoy Şenel, Kadir Ekinci. Outfitters: Ahmet Aksoylu, Ercan Şenol. Source: Club home page.[18]

Coaching team[edit]

  • During all season: Coach: Nurullah Sağlam.[19] Trainer:İsmet Savcılıoğlu.[20] Goalkeeper trainer: Sadık Öztürk.[21] General manager: Serkan Damla.[22]

2011–12 Mersin İdmanyurdu head coaches

Nat Head Coach Period Pl W D L Notes
Turkey Nurullah Sağlam 11.07.2011 – 31.05.2012 35 12 6 17 Continued in the next season.[19]
Note: Only official games were included.

2011–12 squad[edit]

Appearances, goals and cards count for 2011–12 Süper Lig and 2011–12 Turkish Cup games. Only the players who appeared in game rosters were included. Kit numbers were allowed to select by players. 18 players appeared in each game roster, three to be replaced. Players are listed in order of appearance.

O N Nat Name Birth Born Pos LA LG CA CG TA TG Booked Red card Season Notes
1 1 Turkey Hakan Arıkan 17 Aug 1982 Karamürsel GK 11 1 12 3 2011 ST Beşiktaş.[23]
2 3 Cameroon Joseph Boum 26 Sep 1989 Yaoundé DF 29 1 30 9 1 previous season.[24]
3 5 Turkey Erman Özgür 13 Apr 1977 Kartal MF 19 2 19 2 2 previous season.[25]
4 7 Nigeria Nduka Ozokwo 25 Dec 1988 Enugu MF 28 3 1 29 3 4 previous season.[26]
5 8 Argentina Christian Zurita 24 Jul 1979 Salta MF 25 25 9 2011 ST Gaziantepspor.[27]
6 10 Brazil André Moritz 6 Aug 1986 Florianópolis MF 32 4 1 33 4 10 2011 ST Kayserispor[28]
7 11 Brazil Márcio Nobre 6 Nov 1980 Jateí FW 26 10 1 27 10 7 2 2011 ST Beşiktaş.[29]
8 13 Tunisia Wissem Ben Yahia 9 Sep 1984 Tunis MF 25 2 25 2 8 2011 ST Club Africain.[30]
9 23 Turkey Mustafa Keçeli 15 Sep 1978 Ankara DF 29 1 30 9 2011 ST Bursaspor.[31]
10 44 Turkey Erhan Güven 15 May 1982 Ankara DF 28 1 1 29 1 3 2011 ST Beşiktaş.[32]
11 78 Turkey İbrahim Kaş 20 Sep 1986 Karabük DF 23 23 13 2 2011 SL Bursaspor.[33]
12 12 Bosnia and Herzegovina Ibrahim Šehić 2 Sep 1988 Rogatica GK 22 22 4 2011 ST Željezničar.[34]
13 19 Turkey Mehmet Polat 8 Jun 1978 Gaziantep DF 4 4 2 previous season.[35]
14 25 Brazil Beto 2 Oct 1981 São Carlos FW 18 4 18 4 2 2011 ST Gaziantepspor.[36]
15 39 Turkey Cenker Pehlivan 15 Nov 1990 Lüleburgaz FW 1 1 previous season.[37]
16 50 France Yannick Kamanan 5 Oct 1981 Saint-Pol FW 8 8 2011 ST Sivasspor.[38]
17 55 Turkey Hakan Bayraktar 11 Feb 1976 Samsun MF 23 23 2 2011 ST Samsunspor.[39]
18 66 Turkey İlhan Özbay 19 Sep 1982 Şefaatli MF 15 1 16 2 1 previous season.[40]
19 4 Turkey Çağdaş Atan 28 Feb 1980 İzmir DF 27 1 28 9 1 2011 ST FC Basel.[41]
20 14 Ghana Mathew Amoah 24 Oct 1980 Tema FW 5 5 1 2011 ST NAC Breda.[42]
21 15 Turkey Hasan Üçüncü 16 Nov 1980 Sürmene MF 10 1 1 11 1 4 previous season.[43]
22 22 Liechtenstein Cengiz Biçer 11 Dec 1987 Grabs GK 2 2 previous season.[44]
23 91 Turkey Emre Gürbüz 25 Mar 1991 Mersin MF previous season.[45]
24 27 Turkey Ferdi Coşkun 20 Apr 1987 Gaziantep MF 5 5 2011 SL Gaziantepspor.[46]
25 33 Turkey Nurullah Kaya 20 Jul 1986 Batman MF 9 1 1 10 1 2 previous season.[47]
26 21 Brazil Danilo Bueno 7 Dec 1983 São Paulo MF 15 1 1 16 1 7 2012 WT Étoile du Sahel.[48]
27 88 Turkey Tarık Altuntaş 23 Aug 1991 Bor MF 1 1 previous season.[49]
28 77 Bulgaria Spas Delev 22 Sep 1989 Petrich FW 12 2 12 2 2012 WT CSKA Sofia.[50]
29 17 Turkey Erdal Kılıçaslan 23 Aug 1984 Munich MF 8 1 8 1 1 2012 WT Gençlerbirliği.[51]
30 2 Liberia Tonia Tisdell 20 Mar 1992 Monrovia MF 8 1 8 1 1 2012 WL Ankaraspor.[52]
31 18 Turkey Barış Ataş 1 Feb 1987 Kulp MF 6 6 1 1 2012 WL Trabzonspor.[53]
Sources: TFF club page and maçkolik team page.[54]

U-21 team[edit]

Mersin İdmanyurdu U-21 team had participated in 2011–12 A2 League. League was played in three stages. In the first stage, 37 teams played ranking group games in 4 groups on regional basis. 3 consisted of 9 and 1 consisted of 10 teams. In the second stage winners and runners-up of each ranking group constituted final group while the rest played classification group games. In the third stage, winners of classification groups played quarterfinals with first four placed teams in final group. Mersin idmanyurdu U-21 team took place in Ranking Group 4 and finished 8th in the first stage. In the second stage the team took place in Classification Group 4 and finished 5th with 9 wins, 8 deuces and 15 losses.[55]

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Sporodasi.com. "Mersin starts". Mersin açılışı yaptı. Retrieved on 05.07.2011. (Turkish)
  2. ^ Spor33.com. "Mersin draws with Inter Baku". Mersin, İnter Bakü ile yanişemedi!. Retrieved on 06.07.2011. (Turkish)
  3. ^ Spor33.com. "Camp ends". Kamp sona erdi. Retrieved on 14.07.2011. (Turkish)
  4. ^ Spor33.com. "Mersin draws with Górnik Zabrze". Mersin, Gornik Zarbze ile yenişemedi!. Retrieved on 20.07.2011. (Turkish)
  5. ^ Ankara Turnuvası, Ağustos 2011 was played for preparation of the teams due delay in the league. See Spor Odası. Retrieved on 09.08.2011. (Turkish)
  6. ^ "Mersin beats Gençlerbirliği comfortably". Mersin Gençlerbirliği'ni rahat geçti. ntvspor.net. Retrieved on 12.08.2011. (Turkish)
  7. ^ "Neither Mersin nor Sivas". Ne Mersin, ne Sivas... ajansspor.com. Retrieved on 09.09.2011. (Turkish)
  8. ^ "Ankaragücü champions". Ankaragücü şampiyon oldu. ajansspor.com. Retrieved on 09.09.2011. (Turkish)
  9. ^ "Mersin draws with Psha! 1-1". Mersin, Paşa ile berabere kaldı! 1-1. spor33.com. Retrieved on 09.09.2011. (Turkish)
  10. ^ "They finished friendly". Dostça bitirdiler. ajansspor.com. Retrieved on 09.09.2011. (Turkish)
  11. ^ "Konyaspor beats Mersin". Konyaspor, Mersin'i devirdi. ajansspor.com. Retrieved on 09.09.2011. (Turkish)
  12. ^ TFF official page 2011–2012 Spor Toto Super League to start on 9 September. Retrieved on 26 June 2012.
  13. ^ a b c d 2011–12 Spor-Toto Süper lig Official page from TFF website; Qualifications and relegations from Turkish-Soccer; and detailed information and news from Maçkolik. Retrieved on 6 February 2015.
  14. ^ a b İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor appears as İstanbul Başakşehir in TFF reports. This is because İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyesi Sports Club separated its football section and renamed it İstanbul Başakşehir Football Club before the start of 2014–15 football season. When a team changed its name its name in pages for previous seasons also changed. Therefore all the team names except those appear in weekly game results changed as İstanbul Başakşehir. See TFF club page and seasonal league pages on tff.org.tr.
  15. ^ a b See official website at TFF 2011–12 Turkish Cup. Another site for verification is maçkolik.com. Still another site is Turkish Soccer website. (English) Retrieved on 4 February 2015.
  16. ^ TFF team page Mersin İdmanyurdu
  17. ^ MİY official website. (Turkish)
  18. ^ As of 24 May 2011. Retrieved from [1] on March 2012
  19. ^ a b Nurullah Sağlam. He continued from previous season. His contract was renewed on 11 July 2011. Sağlam completed the season and resigned in the next season. See coach page at TFF manager page.
  20. ^ İsmet Savcılıoğlu. Signed on 22.10.2010. Previous team was Gaziantep Büyükşehir Belediyespor. See coach page at TFF manager page.
  21. ^ Sadık Öztürk. Signed on 22.10.2010. Previous team was Gaskispor. See coach page at TFF manager page.
  22. ^ Previous position was U-14 team trainer, see TFF Info Bank page for career details.
  23. ^ Hakan Arıkan. Player signed on 29 June 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Beşiktaş had been mutually terminated. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed with Antalyaspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  24. ^ Joseph Boum II. In the team since 12 January 2010. Contract renewal on 1 June 2011 for two seasons. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  25. ^ Erman Özgür. Player signed on 5 June 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Gaziantepspor had been terminated mutually. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he signed to Adana Demirspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  26. ^ Nduka Morrisson Ozokwo. In the team since 17 January 2011. Contract renewal on 13 July 2011 for three seasons. He continued in the next season. Contract with player's previous team Boluspor had ended at the end of 2009–10, and player had remained unattached. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  27. ^ Christian Rodrigo Zurita. Player signed on 11 July 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Gaziantepspor 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.
  28. ^ André Francisco Moritz. Player signed on 24 June 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Kayserispor had been mutually terminated. Although player have signed for two seasons, at the end of the season player's contract was mutually terminated, and player signed to English side Crystal Palace F.C. for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  29. ^ Márcio Ferreira Nobre; in Turkey, Mert Nobre. Player signed on 7 July 2011 for two seasons. Player's contract with his previous team Beşiktaş had been mutually terminated. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  30. ^ Wissem Ben Yahia. Player signed on 15 June 2011 for three seasons. 400 thousands € transfer fee had been paid to player's previous team Tunisian side Club Africain. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  31. ^ Mustafa Keçeli. Player signed on 11 July 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Bursaspor had been terminated. At the end of the season player's contract ended but renewed on 16 July 2012 for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  32. ^ Erhan Güven. Player signed on 13 June 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Beşiktaş had ended. At the end of the season player's contract was ended and he signed to Sivasspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  33. ^ İbrahim Kaş. On loan from Bursaspor. Player signed on 25 August 2011. At the end of the season player turned back to his team and loaned out to Orduspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  34. ^ Ibrahim Šehić. Player signed on 29 June 2011 for five seasons. Player's previous team was Bosnian side FK Željezničar Sarajevo. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  35. ^ Mehmet Polat. In the team since 7 January 2011. Although his contract would end at the end of the season, terminated in the mid season on 12 January 2012, and player remained unattached, which was the end of his career. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  36. ^ André Roberto Soares da Silva. Player signed on 25 August 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Gaziantepspor had been mutually terminated. Before the end of the season player's contract was mutually terminated on 10 April 2012. Player signed to Azarbeijani side Khazar Lankaran FK for the next season. TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  37. ^ Cenker Pehlivan. In the team since 18 July 2008. Contract renewal on 1 June 2011. A2 team player. At the end of the season player's contract ended and he remained unattached. TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  38. ^ Yannick Étienne Stanislas Kamanan. Player signed on 13 June 2011 for two seasons. Player's contract with his previous team Sivasspor had been mutually terminated before the end of the previous season. In the mid-season player's contract was terminated mutually and he signed to Azarbeijani side Gabala FK. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  39. ^ Hakan Bayraktar. Player signed on 5 September 2011. Player's contract with his previous team Samsunspor had been mutually terminated. At the end of the season player's contract was renewed for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  40. ^ İlhan Özbay. In the team since 11 January 2011. Before the end of the season player's contract was terminated mutually and player signed to Denizlispor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  41. ^ Çağdaş Atan. Player signed on 25 August 2011. Player's previous team was Swiss side FC Basel. At the end of the season player's contract ended an he signed with Akhisar Belediyespor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  42. ^ Matthew Amoah. Player signed on 5 September 2011 for two seasons. Players previous team was Dutch side NAC Breda. At the end of the season contract with player was mutually terminated and player signed to SC Heerenveen for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  43. ^ Hasan Üçüncü. In the team since 15 July 2010. Contract renewal on 13 July 2011. 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.
  44. ^ Cengiz Biçer. In the team since 15 July 2010. Contract renewal on 19 July 2011 for three seasons. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  45. ^ Emre Gürbüz. In the team since 1 September 2009. Contract renewal on 29 August 2011. A2 team player. In the mid-season player was loaned out to Tarsus İdmanyurdu. At the end of the season player turned back and loaned to Pazarspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  46. ^ İbrahim Ferdi Coşkun. On loan from Gaziantepspor. Player signed on 19 July 2011. At the end of the season player turned back to Gaziantepspor. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  47. ^ Nurullah Kaya. In the team since 2 August 2006. Contract renewal on 1 June 2011. 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.
  48. ^ Danilo Petrolli Bueno. Player signed on 6 January 2012 for three and a half seasons. Player's previous team was Tunisian side Étoile du Sahel. He continued in the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  49. ^ Tarık Altuntaş. In the team since 26 September 2007. Amateur A2 team player. At the end of the season player signed a professional contract. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  50. ^ Spas Borislavov Delev. Player signed on 13 January 2012. At the end of the season player terminated his contract unilaterally and turned back to his previous team CSKA Sofia for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  51. ^ Erdal Kılıçaslan. Player signed on 18 January 2012. Contract with player's previous team Gençlerbirliği had been mutually terminated. At the end of the season player's contract ended but renewed on 20 June 2012. After first round games, on the other hand, player was transferred to Konyaspor. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  52. ^ Tonia Tisdell. On loan from Ankaraspor for the second half of the season. Player signed on 01 February 2012. At the end of the season player turned back to Ankaraspor and loaned out to Şanlıurfaspor for the next season. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  53. ^ Barış Ataş. On loan from Trabzonspor for the second half of the season. Player signed on 01 February 2012. At the end of the season player turned back to Trabzonspor. Details from TFF player profile and maçkolik page.
  54. ^ 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.
  55. ^ See details for 2011–12 A2 League TFF official page.