|Full name||Cihat Arman|
|Date of birth||16 July 1915|
|Place of birth||Istanbul, Ottoman Empire|
|Date of death||14 May 1994(aged 78)|
|Place of death||Istanbul, Turkey|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He started playing football in his age of 15 and debuted in Ankaragücü. In 1936, Arman transferred to the Istanbul team Güneş. After the closure of this club, he moved to Fenerbahçe, where he uninterrupted played 308 games. He was nicknamed the "Flying goalkeeper". Him flying with his yellow shirt was the inspiration behind "The Yellow Canaries" ("Sarı Kanaryalar" in Turkish), the nickname for Fenerbahçe.
During the World War II years, international competitions were rarely held. So, Arman played only 13 games with the Turkey national football team during this time. After 1949, he served as the goalkeeper and captain. He also coached the Turkey national football team and qualified for the 1950 World Cup trashing Syria 7-0 but Turkey withdrew due to financial problems.
The sports journalist died on May 14, 1994 in Istanbul.