Sunday, June 01, 2014

Emre Tasdemir and Umut Nayir depart Ankaragucu !

Ankaragucu were today dealt a double blow with promising youngsters Emre Tasdemir and Umut Nayir agreeing moves away from the club. Emre has agreed a move to Super Lig side Bursaspor and becomes new coach Senol Gunes first signing. Former Ankaragucu winger Aydin Karabulut has also signed for Bursa from Sivasspor.

Emre had a fantastic season for Ankaragucu with his pace and skill causing all sorts of problems for opposing defences. Its no coincidence that Ankaragucu struggled at the end of the season in his absence. The fee is yet to be disclosed with Ankaragucu holding out for a mere 2 Million Lira which is a bargain for Bursaspor who were looking to take him on the cheap.

Umut Nayir is also believed to have agreed a move to Kayserispor in principle, with that move being completed over the next couple of days. The youngster was top scored for Ankaragucu this season and impressed scouts from the Super Lig and PTT Lig.

With the news this week that Mehmet Yiginer is conceded about the debt at the club and will discuss a possible merger with Ankaraspor, this is more bad news in a season that had promised so much. The Dirlis campaign was about the rebirth of Ankaragucu, sadly it could be heading towards the death of the club in an ironic twist.

1 comment:

  1. I know that a lot of the kankas disagree with my views, but I've always said that whatever happens 'behind the scenes', if the name of Ankaragucu lives on then that is my main concern.

    It's logical that if Ankaragucu is in debt then they will languish in the 2nd League or PTT and never return to their rightful position in the Super League. However, if a 'benefactor' comes along (and I'm NOT talking names here) then I for one will be happy with that.

    Any Club can't survive long-term if they are in debt !!!