Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Ankaragucu vs Gungorenspor match preview !

Just before we look at this weekends match between Ankaragucu vs Gungorenspor, we can confirm that the club have announced the signings of highly rated Batman Petrolspor midfielder Muhammed Gonulacar and 1923 Aydinspor player Omer Yalcin. Both are pictured above with President Mehmet Yiginer.

Ankaragucu have returned from their training camp in Antalya with a new look squad and its difficult to predict how the team will line up. One thing is for sure, President Yiginer has backed the club in their bid to win the title and strengthening the squad is a huge boost in this title race.

The last time the two sides met was on the first game of the season where Gungorenspor won 1-0 at the 19 Mayis Stadium in Ankara. The match on paper should be a pretty straight forward victory for Ankaragucu with the home side sitting bottom of the table with only 9 points. As we know anything can happen if you underestimate your opponents so thats something Fuat Aykuz will need to take into account.

Ankaragucu are on a 4 match winning run and with the team being strengthened in the winter break the will look to keep the run going and keep up the chase of Altinordu and Alanyaspor. Bayram Olgun looks set to keep his place in goal. In defence Emre Tasdemir and Mehmet Tasci will fight it out for the left back position, and in the centre new signings Erhan Guven and Serhat Aykuz will be looking to go straight into the team. Mehmet Cakir will remain a key player in midfield whilst Levent Kale and Umut Nayir will be looking to continue their good form from the first half of the season.

Hasan Ayaroglu has had a couple of impressive games in the friendly matches in Antalya, there is no doubting his talent and if the club can get him to find consistency then they have a very impressive young player on their hands. Young Gokhan Akkan will also be looking to get himself back into the team.  For the first time in about 4 years Ankaragucu have a squad full of players who will be on their toes fighting for their place.

Im going to predict a 4-0 win for Ankaragucu, i have a good feeling about the second half of the season.

1 comment:

  1. Wow. That's fighting talk from Bellshill Kanka !

    I'm also optimistic about Ankaragucu's hopes of winning the league. However, notwithstanding that the team have had some useful friendly matches to keep in shape, I'm also predicting a win for Ankaragucu, but it may take a few weeks to wind the team up from where they left off in December.

    I think Ankaragucu will shade it by the odd goal. 1-0 or 2-1.