Adapazarı

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played

. It was affiliated to İstanbul Technical University in 1982 as Sakarya Engineering Faculty in 1982. Finally, it left from İTÜ and became the Engineering Faculty of Sakarya University in 1992. Since there is a large student body of the university, the city of Sakarya is influenced by the university. Sports Adapazarı is home to Sakaryaspor. Sakaryaspor has won the Turkish Cup (Fortis Turkey Cup) once and has played in the Turkcell Super League for 11 seasons. They were promoted again

at a match against Samsunspor match in the Turkcell Super League in Adapazarı at the end of the 2003-04 season. The match was played in Adapazarı due to events at a previous match between Bursaspor and Çaykur Rizespor. Bursaspor were playing to avoid relegation. Bursaspor won 1–0 the but were relegated to Category A (Bank Asya First League) after rivals won. After the match, Bursaspor fans ripped out and threw seats at the Sakarya Atatürk Stadium ref name "clash after relegation

at the national level. 1984, he moved to Sakaryaspor in Adapazarı, Sakarya and turned professional (Football (soccer)). Then in 1988, Kocaman signed a contract with Fenerbahçe (Fenerbahçe S.K. (football)), where he played and contributed much to success of his club until he was transferred to İstanbulspor (İstanbulspor A.Ş.) in 1996.


playing

at a match against Samsunspor match in the Turkcell Super League in Adapazarı at the end of the 2003-04 season. The match was played in Adapazarı due to events at a previous match between Bursaspor and Çaykur Rizespor. Bursaspor were playing to avoid relegation. Bursaspor won 1–0 the but were relegated to Category A (Bank Asya First League) after rivals won. After the match, Bursaspor fans ripped out and threw seats at the Sakarya Atatürk Stadium ref name "clash after relegation

, a significant part of which originates from Sakarya (Adapazarı) Akyazi, Turkey. The city is located at latitude 48.21667, longitude 14.23333. '''Aykut Kocaman''' (born on May 5, 1965 in Geyve, Sakarya, Turkey) is a former Turkish footballer (Football (soccer)) in the striker position (striker) and current manager of Fenerbahçe (Fenerbahçe S.K. (football)). He is the first person in the club's history to have won the Süper Lig in his playing

October 8, 2011 agency Press Association accessdate October 8, 2011 Playing career Before he made his debut 1980 with the amateur club Kabataş Altınmızrak in Istanbul, Kocaman performed gymnastics at the club Eczacıbaşı, winning 40 medals and reaching second place at the national level. 1984, he moved to Sakaryaspor in Adapazarı, Sakarya and turned professional (Football (soccer)). Then in 1988, Kocaman signed a contract with Fenerbahçe S.K


professional debut

; ref Between 1983 and 1991, he worked at the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In 1991, he became a lecturer in International Management. Club career Born in Adapazarı, Sakarya Province, Şükür began his football career with local club Sakaryaspor, making his professional debut shortly after his 17th birthday. His first goal came in a match against Eskişehirspor on 26 February 1989: with the match tied 2–2, he entered the pitch


shooting skills

and age 1963 2 15 df yes birth_place Adapazarı, Turkey death_date Career Born in Adapazarı, Çetin began playing football with local side Sakaryaspor. He started to play regularly for Fenerbahçe (Fenerbahçe S.K. (football team)) in 1988. He became one of the franchise players for Fenerbahçe and Turkish football generally. He is well known for his superior ability to organize the midfield and also had decent vision, passing and shooting skills. He is known as "emperor" by Turkish soccer fans. Mostly walking on the pitch, Oguz Cetin was more of a distributor. Best known for his milimetric passes, he led Fenerbahçe to championship in 1995-96 season but Fenerbahçe chairman Ali Sen released Oğuz Çetin and his fellow striker Aykut Kocaman with the thought they have been destroying the harmony in the team. Çetin played for Istanbulspor and Adanaspor after he was released by Fenerbahçe in 1996. dateofbirth When they lived in Biga, her younger sister Nezihe was born to her father Ismail Hakki and his second wife. In 1920, she finished the six-years primary education. In 1921, they settled to Alanya. In 1922, she got a teaching qualification in Elmalı and was assigned as headteacher to Elmalı Girls' School. She graduated from the Bursa (Bursa, Turkey) Teachers College for Girls in 1925, and started to work as a primary school teacher in Izmir. She met Mustafa Kemal Atatürk the same year in October during his visit to Izmir. thumb left 250px Left to right: Rukiye (Erkin), Sabiha Gökçen Sabiha (Gökçen) (File:RukiyeSabihaAfetZehra.jpg), Afet (İnan), and Zehra Aylin. Hayhurum had a significant presence in Adapazarı where there had been an Armenian community since 1608. They have been included in the 1923 agreement for Exchange of Greek and Turkish Populations (Exchange of populations between Greece and Turkey) between Turkey and Greece, and settled in various parts of Greece. Precious objects of culture and else belonging to this small community is being displayed today in Athens Benaki Museum.


Vig contributed several electronic music soundtrack pieces to low-budget films, including one song on Slumber Party Massacre, a Hollywood B-Movie.


winning

as a substitute (Substitute (association football)) and scored the winning goal. He went on to score a further 18 Süper Lig goals in his three-year spell with the club. DATE OF BIRTH 1 September 1971 PLACE OF BIRTH Adapazarı, Turkey DATE OF DEATH Sakarya

and managerial career. His name Aykut is now associated with being given to children that are loved by their parents. Before he made his debut 1980 with the amateur club Kabataş Altınmızrak in Istanbul, Kocaman performed gymnastics at the club Eczacıbaşı, winning 40 medals and reaching second place

October 8, 2011 agency Press Association accessdate October 8, 2011 Playing career Before he made his debut 1980 with the amateur club Kabataş Altınmızrak in Istanbul, Kocaman performed gymnastics at the club Eczacıbaşı, winning 40 medals and reaching second place at the national level. 1984, he moved to Sakaryaspor in Adapazarı, Sakarya and turned professional (Football (soccer)). Then in 1988, Kocaman signed a contract with Fenerbahçe S.K


musical studies

birth, Hrant as a child sang in the choir of an Armenian Apostolic Church. His family fled to Konya in 1915 to escape the Armenian Genocide; there Hrant first studied the oud, with a teacher named Garabed. In 1918 the family returned west, first to Adapazarı and then to Istanbul, where Hrant continued his musical studies under some of the leading teachers of the time, including Kemani Agopos Ayvazyan, Dikran Katsakhian, and Udi Krikor Berberian. Somewhere along the way


playing years

four seasons for İstanbulspor (İstanbulspor A.Ş.) and, retired in 2000 as active player. Some say he played his last years to pass the '''200''' goal barrier. He was famous for a special move, where he would ease a high-pass on his chest and rocket the ball to the goal. In his playing years some fans named this move "Aykut" after him. * Tulcea, Romania


year spell

as a substitute (Substitute (association football)) and scored the winning goal. When they lived in Biga, her younger sister Nezihe was born to her father Ismail Hakki and his second wife. In 1920, she finished the six-years primary education. In 1921, they settled to Alanya. In 1922, she got a teaching qualification in Elmalı and was assigned as headteacher to Elmalı Girls' School. She graduated from the Bursa (Bursa, Turkey) Teachers College for Girls in 1925, and started to work as a primary school teacher in Izmir. She met Mustafa Kemal Atatürk the same year in October during his visit to Izmir. thumb left 250px Left to right: Rukiye (Erkin), Sabiha Gökçen Sabiha (Gökçen) (File:RukiyeSabihaAfetZehra.jpg), Afet (İnan), and Zehra Aylin. Hayhurum had a significant presence in Adapazarı where there had been an Armenian community since 1608. They have been included in the 1923 agreement for Exchange of Greek and Turkish Populations (Exchange of populations between Greece and Turkey) between Turkey and Greece, and settled in various parts of Greece. Precious objects of culture and else belonging to this small community is being displayed today in Athens Benaki Museum.


career

studied Economics at the Istanbul University. During his graduate education, he studied for two years in London and Exeter in the United Kingdom. He pursued an academic career after that and worked at the higher education facilities in Adapazarı, collaborating in the establishment of the Department for Industrial Engineering and teaching Management courses at the ITU Sakarya Engineering Faculty (Sakarya University), which later became the Sakarya University

; ref Between 1983 and 1991, he worked at the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In 1991, he became a lecturer in International Management. Club career Born in Adapazarı, Sakarya Province, Şükür began his football career with local club Sakaryaspor, making his professional debut shortly after his 17th birthday. His first goal came in a match against Eskişehirspor on 26 February 1989: with the match tied 2–2, he entered the pitch

and managerial career. His name Aykut is now associated with being given to children that are loved by their parents. Before he made his debut 1980 with the amateur club Kabataş Altınmızrak in Istanbul, Kocaman performed gymnastics at the club Eczacıbaşı, winning 40 medals and reaching second place

Adapazarı

'''Adapazarı''' ( ) is a city (List of cities in Turkey) in northwestern Turkey and the capital of Sakarya Province. The province itself was originally named Adapazarı as well. Adapazarı is a part of the densely populated region of the country, known as the Marmara Region. In 2011, the city had a population of 239,284

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