Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Friday, December 4, 2009
With one game week to go in the Europa League group stage, the Yellow Canaries have already clinched the top spot in Group H. Fenerbahçe have thus guaranteed group leadership and won't be facing tough opponents from the Champions League in the next round. Things are also starting to fall into place in the other Europa League groups, so here is a quick overview of Fenerbahçe's possible opponents in the Round of 32.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Thursday, December 3, 2009
Fenerbahçe qualified through to the next round of the UEFA Europa League, as they beat Eredivisie leaders FC Twente on their home ground. With the Yellow Canaries back to their winning ways, it's also the return of our Player Ratings! Fenerbahçe got their revenge against the Dutch side and there was one fighter who kept the Canaries defence solid. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Fabio Bilica.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Sunday, November 15, 2009
Through a prescheduled fixture against relegated Ankaraspor and international friendlies, Fenerbahçe has been missing league play for two weeks now. We know that you are all hungry for football and with the Beşiktaş derby coming around the corner, let's take you back to three weeks ago to the atmosphere of the World's greatest derby in Kadıköy. Courtesy of FBWW reader Morten Galåsen, we present you an enjoyable read, a spectacular account of Fenerbahçe vs. Galatasaray.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Friday, November 6, 2009
The Yellow Canaries were solid in front of their home support on Thursday night, as they strolled to their third consecutive win in the UEFA Europa League. Once again, it was the Canaries captain that gave Fenerbahçe an edge over Steaua Bucharest with one goal and one assist. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Alex de Souza.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Monday, November 2, 2009
The Yellow Canaries took their second blow of the season with a 1-1 draw against Kayserispor on Sunday night. After a week-long celebration of the Galatasaray win, Fenerbahçe stumbled at Kayseri's Kadir Has Stadium. One man on the field stood out for the Canaries, one silent assassin who struck the ball and scored impressively. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Cristian Baroni.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Monday, October 26, 2009
The Yellow Canaries continued their ten-year tradition of beating archrivals Galatasaray at Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium. Tensions were high before the game, as both teams had come into the game following strong performances. However, once again it was the Fener captain who took the reins and led his team to another classic victory over Galatasaray. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Alex de Souza.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Thursday, October 22, 2009
The time has come for Matchday Three in the UEFA Europa League! Fenerbahçe pay a visit to Steaua Bucharest on Thursday night, as they try to add onto their existing three points and also claim a serious advantage over the Romanian side to advance from the group stage. Let's take a sneak peak at Steaua Bucharest, before tonight's match.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Monday, October 5, 2009
Fenerbahçe made it eight wins out of eight, 24 points out of 24 on Sunday night. A perfect start to the league and a brand new record set in Turkish football history... Yellow Canaries team captain Alex de Souza proved by scoring twice on the night, that he's not only the star of the team, but also unarguably a legend in Fenerbahçe history. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Alex de Souza.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Friday, October 2, 2009
Fenerbahçe picked up their first three points in the UEFA Europa League, beating FC Sheriff with a single goal on Thursday night. There was not much to comment about tactics or any productive offensive set pieces. Fenerbahçe just had no pulse on the pitch. However, there was one man who put his heart out and tried to create and manage all the organizations. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Emre Belözoğlu.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Tomorrow night, the Yellow Canaries will play their second group match in the UEFA Europa League as they take on FC Sheriff in Tiraspol, Moldova. Sheriff were drawn from the fourth pot and for many spectators they remain to be a 'Pandora's box'. Before the squad takes their trip to Moldova, let's take a closer look at Fener's second opponent in Group H, FC Sheriff Tiraspol.