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Ankaragücü coach Tolunay Kafkas: Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe are well above the league

In the 7th week of the Super League, MKE Ankaragücü lost 1-2 away against Galatasaray. After the game, MKE Ankaragücü coach Tolunay Kafkas evaluated the game at the press conference.

Kafkas explained that they made many passing errors in the first half and said: “They showed a good example of fighting. It is not easy. There are two teams that are above the league. We worked hard throughout the week. We changed the format” in the second half. Our plan worked. Then we had to take control of the game a little more and put pressure on it. “These types of teams are teams that cause problems when you play against them. I’m proud of my players for their fight,” he said.


About Erkan Özdamar, the referee of the MKE Ankargücü-Konyaspor game last week, Kafkas said: “They say that something happened before we conceded the first goal. I don’t comment on the referees. I made a comment about Erkan Özdamar last week. I “Say it again. You should pay attention to the performance of this referee,” he said.

“The game has turned in our favor”

Kafkas explained that they started the season with a difficult game: “I’m doing my job, I’m staying steadfast. The people who feel pressured are those who cannot make a living at home. It is at the president’s discretion. We.” There were no meetings. The President has done his part. It takes time for the teams to settle in. The 7th game, the 5th “We played away. These include Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe. It could have been better. We got 6 points.” “7 games. The game turned out to be in our favor. There are games we can win. Kayserispor, İstanbulspor, Samsunspor. I hope we can bring Ankaragücü to the place it deserves,” he concluded his words.

“They are way above the league”

Veteran coach Tolunay Kafkas said: “Both Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe have squads that are well above this league,” he said.

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