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Sergen Yalç?n
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Personal information
Full name Ali R?za Sergen Yalç?n
Date of birth (1972-11-05) November 5, 1972 (age 47)
Place of birth Istanbul, Turkey
Height 1.81 m (5 ft  in)
Playing position(s) Attacking midfielder
Club information
Current team
Be?ikta? (manager)
Youth career
1982-1991 Be?ikta?
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1991-1997 Be?ikta? 158 (46)
1997-1999 ?stanbulspor 40 (15)
1999-2002 Siirt Jet-Pa Spor 0 (0)
1999-2000 -> Fenerbahçe (loan) 24 (8)
2000 -> Galatasaray (loan) 21 (6)
2000-2001 -> Trabzonspor (loan) 21 (1)
2001-2002 -> Galatasaray (loan) 18 (7)
2002-2006 Be?ikta? 100 (30)
2006-2007 Etimesgut ?ekerspor 23 (13)
2007-2008 Eski?ehirspor 21 (6)
Total 426 (132)
National team
1989 Turkey U-16 2 (0)
1990 Turkey U-18 2 (0)
1992-1993 Turkey U-21 12 (5)
1994-2003 Turkey 37 (5)
Teams managed
2008-2009 Be?ikta? (U15)
2009-2010 Be?ikta? A2
2013-2014 Gaziantepspor
2014-2015 Sivasspor
2016 Gaziantepspor
2017 Kayserispor
2017 Eski?ehirspor
2018 Konyaspor
2018-2019 Alanyaspor
2019-2020 Yeni Malatyaspor
2020- Be?ikta?
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Ali R?za Sergen Yalç?n (born 5 November 1972), known as Sergen Yalç?n, is a Turkish football commentator, coach and former international footballer who played as a midfielder.

From the Be?ikta? Youth Infrastructure he entered at the age of 10, he rose to the A team and played for the club for 15 years.[1] He said that Serpil Hamdi Tüzün, who watched Sergen for 15 seconds and brought him to Be?ikta?,[2] drew 10 goal positions every day in line with his directive and applied them.[3] He took part in the squad which was the "Undefeated Champion" in 1992.[4]Turkey, 1993 Mediterranean Games France U21 team in the semifinals, was the owner of the gold medal finals, defeating Algeria.[5] In 1997, he transferred to Istanbulspor with a record transfer fee.[6] Wearing the uniform of the four largest in Turkey is the first of the two players. In 2000, The Guardian newspaper said, "He has an invaluable left foot, he can even put the ball in an ashtray 60 meters away." He also stated that Newcastle United coach Bobby Robson was a fan of Sergen Yalç?n.[7] In his album "On the Bosphorus" by jazz musician Önder Focan, he was inspired by producing "Negres" (reverse Sergen).[8]

Returned to Be?ikta? in 2002.[9] Be?ikta?'s top goal scorer of the squad which, became the champion in its 100th year was. In the match played between Be?ikta? and Galatasaray in the 33rd week of the season, he scored the goal that brought the 100th year championship, and he realized the classic saying of Ercan Taner; "Sergen scored, championship came".[10] He was selected as one of the best footballers of 100 years in 2003 as a result of the votes cast by the directors, media representatives and fans who were members of the Board of Directors, and the Board of Directors at Be?ikta? JK.[11] In 2003 Player of the Year in Turkey has been selected.[12] October 1, 2003 Chelsea-Besiktas in the Champions League group game Sergen Yalcin's 2 goals led the throw to break a lot of records Besiktas and Turkey.[13][14][15] In the 2003-04 season, with the Be?ikta? shirt, he got close to the penalty broadcast against Çaykur Rizespor with the ball he won from the back of the middle field and completed with a scoring goal with ?lhan Mans?z, he won the "Goal of the Year" award.[16] He came to Besiktas in 2002 and left in 2006.[17] He became one of the rare midfielder players, who exceeded 100 goals in the league. From the British press, in These Football Times magazine, in September 2017, "Sergen Yalç?n: He could have been the best player in the world." the article has been published.[18][19] He is the coach of Be?ikta? JK.[20]

Club career

"Talents like Sergen come to the Earth only once in 100 years."

--Be?ikta?'s former coach English Gordon Milne, 1994.[21]

Sergen began at Be?ikta? JK in 1991, and quickly became renowned for his skill and creativity. His first spell at the club saw him score 46 goals in 158 games - no mean feat for a midfielder. However, it was known that Sergen lacked professionalism. After a 4-1 defeat to Samsunspor, he was publicly criticised by the Be?ikta? deputy president due to his careless lifestyle. Sergen responded to the club official by insulting him.

If he doesn't leave the board, from tomorrow I will not turn out for training or for matches. Let him wear the No 10 shirt and play in the Be?ikta? midfield.[22]

Subsequently, Be?ikta? imposed a club-record fine of over £150,000. He was later forgiven after apologising but the fine stayed. Sergen then demanded a new and improved contract which was denied by the board.

"I don't have football intelligence in Sergen. I don't think he's, at Platini either."

--One of the most important players in the history of French football Jean Tigana, 2005.[23]

As expected, Sergen departed from the club and became Turkey's record signing when he moved to ?stanbulspor for £5.5m in 1997. Thereafter, Sergen now desired a move to the European fields and began contract negotiations with Internazionale and AC Milan.[24][25] Terms could not be met with the Italian giants. After struggling with his weight due to months of inaction, ?stanbulspor failed to offload him, so Jet-Pa (a sports company) bought his contract and arranged a loan deal with Fenerbahçe, which involved him wearing a personalised shirt promoting the company.

Under the coaching firstly from Joachim Löw and R?dvan Dilmen, he seemed to have buckled down to the task. But when Zdenek Zeman took over, Sergen was consistently engaged in trench warfare. Sergen publicly criticised Zeman for trying to play him on the wing, which he believed was not his best position, and was accused of faking injury to avoid training sessions. Along with many other incidents, the final straw came with the home game against Bursaspor. When he eventually came on as a substitute, Sergen missed a simple scoring chance, which many of the fans believe to have been a deliberate miss as an act of protest or just pure spite. In the late stages of the game, with the score locked at 2-2, he further infuriated the supporters by strolling across to take a corner as though he had all the time in the world. Midway through the 1999-2000 season, Sergen had his contract terminated by Fenerbahçe. Due to his terrific individual showings for the national team, Sergen attracted attention from several foreign clubs. There were speculations about a move to FC Barcelona, Bayern Munich or Borussia Dortmund.[26][27]

Despite heavy speculation, he finished the season at arch-rivals Galatasaray SK and displayed impressive showings to help Galatasaray do the domestic double. Sergen signed for the club too late in the season to be eligible for the UEFA Cup campaign, and as Galatasaray made the trip to Leeds for the second tie of the semi-final, Sergen was instructed to report to training in Istanbul. But instead of continuing his training in Istanbul, he took a little trip of his own to Northern Cyprus. While casinos were banned on the Turkish mainland, they remained open in Northern Cyprus which attracted quite a lot of gambling trade from Turkey. It attracted Sergen for precisely that reason and he spent much of his brief stay there in a casino. When he returned to Istanbul, he told manager Fatih Terim he was tired from the journey and asked if he could skip a training session. Terim is a fearsome disciplinarian and the reaction was predictably explosive. Sergen skipped title celebrations after the Galatasaray board made it clear they would not have him back next season.

After Euro 2000, Sergen was on the verge of a transfer to Newcastle United,[28] manager Bobby Robson being a long-time admirer.[29] The deal fell through and he instead moved to Trabzonspor and became the first player to have represented the big four clubs in Turkey. Sergen had never yet played for a club outside Istanbul and it was believed that removing him from the distractions of the big city would do good for his appalling disciplinary record. Ironically, it was the most unsuccessful season of his career. At the season's end, Trabzonspor did not wish to extend his loan deal.

Fatih Terim gave up on him at Galatasaray. Zdenek Zeman could not work with him at Fenerbahçe. He publicly criticised former national coach Mustafa Denizli after Euro 2000. British coach Gordon Milne worked with him at Be?ikta? and he too despaired of trying to get Sergen - and his magical left foot to the training ground on time. It was thought to be the end of Sergen Yalcin, the great enfant terrible of Turkish football.

"He's a pearl, superstar of the future. But, like any rare skill, he needs to be very careful about himself."

--French Football Magazine, 1994[30]

Ahead of the 2001-2002 season, Galatasaray manager Mircea Lucescu took a gamble and signed Sergen on loan (still from Siirt-Jet). He cast Sergen as the natural successor to Gheorghe Hagi.

This is his last chance and he is well aware of this. I wanted Sergen and I know he will truly show me who Sergen Yalç?n is. His talent is obvious and now he will finally be seen on the international stage. He will be born again.[31]

The move was rewarded as Sergen repaid his manager's faith by starring in the UEFA Champions League with 2 goals and 2 assists as Galatasaray progressed to the second group stage. Unfortunately, Sergen tore his knee ligaments and would miss the rest of the season. He was told to lose weight or never play football again. After elimination from the UEFA Champions League, Lucescu remained insistent that if Sergen had remained fit, Galatasaray would have gone on to win the tournament. Galatasaray did still go on to win the league title.
Centenary Champion Squad Be?ikta? J.K., 2003

In the 2002-2003 season, after years of wandering, Sergen returned home to Be?ikta?. Sergen was signed on a permanent deal by Lucescu, who had also moved to Be?ikta?. Under the tutelage of Lucescu, some whispered that, perhaps, the talent had been tamed. Sergen was finally maturing to fulfill some of his long-lost potential. Be?ikta? won the league, with Sergen the key instigator. The 2003-2004 season would see Be?ikta?' re-entry to the Champions League where Sergen was to feature in arguably the most memorable match of his career. Roman Abramovich became the owner of the English club, Chelsea FC, spending £112m on quality transfers. Chelsea's 'invincibles' were undefeated under the Abramovich-era ahead of the match with Be?ikta?, which was played at Stamford Bridge. With the odds stacked against them, Be?ikta? shocked the footballing world by winning 0-2, both goals courtesy of Sergen. Be?ikta? were eliminated in the group stage, but Sergen once again proved his class by scoring 2 goals and providing 3 assists in the six matches. He continued playing in Be?ikta? for another two years, becoming a fan-favourite of the club.

"Sergen was one of the most legendary football players I have ever seen. It would have been one of the icons of the world if it had played in Serie A."

--Former footballer of AC Milan and Be?ikta? Federico Giunti, 2008[32]

"I had the chance to play with him. When you touch the ball, you realize how special it is."

--Be?ikta?'s former footballer John Carew, 2005[33]

Before the 2006-2007 season, manager Jean Tigana did not see Sergen as part of his future plans and therefore, Be?ikta? terminated his contract with immediate effect. This enraged the fans, as Sergen was their greatest symbolic icon. Upon his departure, he stated that he would always be a Be?ikta? fan. He spent that season at lowly Etimesgut ?ekerspor in the TFF Second League, before moving to Eski?ehirspor of the TFF First League, retiring at the end of 2007-08 as his team achieved promotion to the top flight.

"Sergen is one of the most talented footballers in the world. I will not forget how Sergen passed me at Munich Olympic Stadium. He embarrassed us with his performance."

--Former captain of Germany national team and number 10 Lothar Matthäus October 9, 1999.[34]

When Sergen was asked why he never moved to Europe, he simply replied, "If I was 20 again, I would leave Turkey within 3 days."[35]

International career

"Sergen, if he lived professionally, he could do great things in European football. Bayern Munich wanted him. Beckenbauer especially."

--UEFA Vice President ?enes Erzik, 1999.[36]

Sergen made his debut in a friendly game against F.Y.R. Macedonia in 1994. He would represent his nation in Euro 1996 and 2000, but injury prevented him from featuring at the FIFA World Cup in 2002. For the Turkish national team, Sergen scored 5 goals in 37 matches.

Euro 1996
"Sergen for me Turkey 's best player. Football player who sees the game on the field and reads, bestowed gifted talents by God.Sergen for me Turkey 's best player. Football player who sees the game on the field and reads, bestowed gifted talents by God."

--Legendary footballer Gheorghe Hagi[37]

Euro 1996 was Turkey's first tournament appearance since 1954. Sergen played a key role in qualification, scoring two goals. Sergen featured in two matches at the finals where they fell at the first hurdle, pointless and goalless. After the tournament, Sergen received several offers from the European shores, including the likes of West Ham United. Sergen's refusal to move was made by the fact the clubs in pursuit were not bigger than Be?ikta?.[38]

FIFA World Cup 1998
"During my career, I have not seen such a football player. Turks must know what kind of player they have."

--Former footballer of Paris Saint-Germain Safet Su?i?, 1997[39]

Sergen was fairly inactive in the national team during this period. In the opening round of World Cup qualification, Sergen came on as a second-half substitute against Belgium. Sergen went from hero to villain in the space of five minutes by contriving to get himself sent off after initially scoring a splendid half-volley on the edge of the box. Turkey went on to lose the match 2-1 at Brussels. Manager Mustafa Denizli saw Sergen as a liability and did not select him for the next 13 months. Sergen's only other match during qualification was the 5-0 victory at San Marino, and Sergen was hugely disappointing. Turkey failed to make the finals.

Euro 2000
"Sergen Yalç?n: The man who couldve been the worlds best"

--These Football Times newspaper James Kelly, 2017[40]

To his detractors, Sergen was a luxury item in a team which could ill afford luxuries. Those who had a fondness for decrying Sergen's abilities have suggested that, when playing at the highest level, he glitters rather than shines. So when Sergen was given a second chance, many lashed out at Denizli's decision to select him. Having finally accepted that he was the linchpin of his national side, Sergen dedicated himself to banish bitter memories of his past.

"If he had never been born in Turkey, currently we have a 2nd Maradona would have is talking about."

--German sports magazine Kicker[41]

The opening match saw Sergen give a man of the match performance in a 3-0 victory over Northern Ireland, followed by a 1-0 victory against European champions Germany, but then shamefully defeated 1-3 to Finland. The next match against Moldova, Sergen was the maestro for the Turkish side, with his spectacular dribbling runs, shots at goal and his clairvoyant passes creating scoring chances for his teammates. It was from his corner kick that Turkey opened the scoring, and four minutes into injury time when Sergen took the stage, displacing the lead-footed Moldovan defenders one by one before slotting in a cracker from the edge of the area to give Turkey a 2-0 victory. Sergen also made history because his goal was the 400th scored in the history of the Turkish national team. Prior to the next match, Turkey had never defeated Finland in any official match since 1924. Outpaced and outplayed for 15 minutes, Turkey trailed 2-0 before Sergen intervened. The man of the match was involved in three goals as Turkey turned around a two-goal deficit to defeat Finland 2-4. Turkey gained five points from their final three matches to finish group runners-up. The final game with Germany ended 0-0, but is seen as one of the greatest individual displays in the history of the Turkish national team, as Sergen "pulled all the strings", according to the German manager Erich Ribbeck. As group runners-up, Turkey faced the Republic of Ireland in a play-off tie to qualify for Euro 2000. The Irish entered the match as favorites mainly due to their influential skipper, Roy Keane. In the first leg, Ireland could only do with a 1-1 draw in Dublin. Eamonn Sweeney of the Irish Examiner wrote the match report.

"I played in many important teams, including the English Premier League teams. Even today, the best football player I have seen is Sergen. It was something completely different. His goals, technique, left foot were incredible. How did he never play in Europe? I will never understand this."

--Manchester United ex footballer Ronny Johnsen[42]

Sergen Yalcin may play Fenerbahçe, but his midfield display was an unscheduled replacement for the top of the bill showing we'd been expecting from the Manchester United man. At times, Keane looked like someone who arrived at the podium to pick up an MTV award only to see someone else making off with it. Yalcin, without ever moving faster than a jogger, was always one step ahead, showing the ball to Keane like a matador brandishing a cape and then whisking it away as his dangerous foe arrived. The Turkish midfielder's technical brilliance, was merely one of the intriguing factors about his team's oddly diverse performance. Paradoxically, you could see how they defeated Germany, but also how Finland had upset them at home.[43]

The second leg ended 0-0, which was enough for Turkey to qualify through the away-goals rule. In the first 20 minutes of the second half alone, Sergen set up four clear scoring chances as he produced another man of the match performance.

Turkey opened their Euro 2000 campaign with a controversial 2-1 defeat to Italy. The Guardian writer Ian Ross recalled the game.

"Nobody told me about Sergen. It is really, really difficult to find great footballers like him."

--Czech-Italian coach Zden?k Zeman 1999.[44]

The bizarre interpretation of the shoulder-charge ruling by the Scottish referee Hugh Dallas may have presented Italy with the penalty that pushed Turkey to defeat in their opening Group B fixture, but Sergen's contribution was immense, an intoxicating cocktail of neatly threaded through-balls and passes so visionary they might have been delivered by Mystic Meg.[45]

It was his assist from a nicely flighted free-kick from which Turkey scored. Surprisingly, Sergen then came on as a substitute in their 0-0 draw with Sweden, and he didn't feature at all during the 2-0 victory over Belgium. In the quarter-finals, Sergen came on in the final few minutes as Turkey were defeated by Portugal. Sergen heavily criticised Denizli for not starting him in all of the matches, "He's got problems, he's not all there in the head. Don't ask me why I didn't play, ask him."[46]
FIFA World Cup 2002

Sergen missed most of 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification due to his dismal performances at club level. His transfer to Galatasaray and performances in the UEFA Champions League allowed him back into the team and he featured in the 5-0 thrashing of Austria to qualify for the World Cup. Tragically though Sergen had injured himself prior to the tournament and did not feature.

Euro 2004
"The technical capacity at Sergen is more than enough for him to play in one of the best teams in Europe."

--Former president of UEFA Lennart Johansson.[47]

Sergen again wasn't involved in most of the Euro 2004 qualification campaign, but due to his memorable performance against Chelsea, he was selected for the crucial final qualifying match against England. It was his final match for Turkey, which ended 0-0. Due to injury, he did not feature in the play-off ties against Latvia as Turkey were defeated.

Managerial career

He has signed a contract with Gaziantepspor for one and a half year after former manager Bülent Uygun's resignation.[48]

Statistics

"Sergen is one of the classy football players I really watch. I will come to Istanbul to watch."

--Chelsea Club owner Roman Abramovich, 2003[49]

Club

Professional Career League Cup Europe Total
Season Club Matches Goals Matches Goals Matches Goals Matches Goals
1991-1992 Be?ikta? JK
15
2
2
0
0001
0
0018
2
1992-1993
23
8
5
0
0001
0
0029
8
1993-1994
20
6
3
1
0004
1
0027
8
1994-1995
27
8
2
0
0003
0
0032
8
1995-1996
24
10
3
1
0002
0
0029
11
1996-1997
29
9
5
1
0004
0
0038
10
1997-1998 ?stanbulspor
28
10
4
1
0005
2
0037
13
1998-1999
8
4
-
-
0002
1
0010
5
Fenerbahçe SK
15
7
-
-
-
-
0015
7
1999-2000
9
1
-
-
2
0
0011
1
Galatasaray SK
18
4
3
2
-
-
0021
6
2000-2001 Trabzonspor
21
1
-
-
-
-
0021
1
2001-2002 Galatasaray SK
18
7
-
-
9
2
0027
9
2002-2003 Be?ikta? JK
28
11
1
0
9
1
0038
12
2003-2004
24
8
1
0
8
2
0033
10
2004-2005
22
3
-
-
5
0
0027
3
2005-2006
18
6
6
2
5
0
0029
8
2006-2007 Etimesgut ?ekerspor (Lig B)
22
13
1
0
000-
-
0023
13
2007-2008 Eski?ehirspor (1. Lig)
21
6
-
-
000-
-
0021
6
Total 390 124 36 8 60 9 486 141

International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 12 October 1994 ?stanbul, Turkey  Iceland 5-0 5-0 Euro 1996 Qualification
2. 29 March 1995 ?stanbul, Turkey  Sweden 2-1 2-1 Euro 1996 Qualification
3. 7 June 1995 Montreal, Canada  Canada 1-0 3-0 Friendly
4. 31 August 1996 Brussels, Belgium  Belgium 1-2 1-2 FIFA World Cup 1998 Qualification
5. 27 March 1999 ?stanbul, Turkey  Moldova 2-0 2-0 Euro 2000 Qualification

Managerial

As of 4 October 2020
Team From To Record
G W D L Win %
Gaziantepspor 2013 2014 16 8 3 5 050.00
Sivasspor 2014 2015 39 13 13 13 033.33
Gaziantepspor 2016 2016 4 1 1 2 025.00
Kayserispor 2017 2017 17 5 5 7 029.41
Eski?ehirspor 2017 2017 6 0 3 3 000.00
Konyaspor 2018 2018 10 4 3 3 040.00
Alanyaspor 2019 2019 26 9 9 8 034.62
Yeni Malatyaspor 2019 2019 24 9 8 7 037.50
Be?ikta? JK 2020 Present 21 11 4 6 052.38
Total 163 60 49 54 036.81

Honours

Be?ikta?
Galatasaray
Turkey U-21
Individual
  • Turkey has taken 400. goal in the history of the national team.
  • Süper Lig top assist provider (1): 2000 (14 assist)
  • In Be?ikta? silver 11 of the century: 2003
  • Milliyet Sports Awards Player of the Year in Turkey: 2003
  • Eminönü Belediyesi Century Footballer award: 2003[50]

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