Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Monday, July 19, 2010
Sharing the joy with Yellow Canaries fans around the globe, Fenerbahçe Worldwide proudly celebrates '19.07 World Fenerbahçe Day'. Growing bigger and reaching an even wider span across the world every day, Fenerbahçe Worldwide is proud to be the home for English-speaking Fenerbahçe fans around the globe. On behalf of Nathan and myself, we wish you all a Happy World Fenerbahçe Day!
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Monday, May 17, 2010
Last night, the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium witnessed Fenerbahçe's dramatic end to the 2009/10 Turkcell Süper Lig season. 55,000 spectators at Kadıköy, thousands watching the game on Bağdat Caddesi and many more Yellow Canaries supporters across Turkey and around the world were anticipating Fenerbahçe's 18th Turkish Championship. But sometimes, it's just not meant to be...
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Friday, May 14, 2010
In just two days, Fenerbahçe will embark on a colossal match against Trabzonspor which has the potential to lead the Yellow Canaries to their 18th championship. The club management issued an official statement on Friday afternoon, underlining the historical and sociocultural importance of Fenerbahçe's legendary striped shirt. "Supporters in the stands and fans all around the world, let's all wear our striped shirts on matchday; we will make history once again," read the statement.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Monday, May 3, 2010
The Yellow Canaries are commemorating the 92nd anniversary of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's visit to Fenerbahçe Sports Club. The great founder of the Republic of Turkey had visited the club headquarters on May 3rd, 1918. The date of Atatürk's visit was later dedicated as the club's foundation date, May 3rd, 1907. A ceremony will be held this afternoon to commemorate the historic event.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Friday, April 23, 2010
The Yellow Canaries commemorated the National Sovereignity and Children's Day with a photo of Atatürk and a celebratory message that were posted on the entrance page of the club's official website. We too, here at Fenerbahçe Worldwide pay respect to our great founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and commemorate this day dedicated to children all around the world.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Sunday, March 28, 2010
Have you ever wondered what it would have been like to watch Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray play in the early years of the now centennial history of Turkey's or even the World's biggest derby? In this derby special editorial, we take you back in time to the 1930's for some Turkish football nostalgia. We proudly present you a retrospect into the Fenerbahçe vs. Galatasaray derby through the eyes of the great Nâzım Hikmet Ran.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Tuesday, March 23, 2010
It's a mournful night for Turkish football... Our eternal friend Galatasaray has lost its former president Özhan Canaydın, at the age of 67. Canaydın was a very important figure during the six years of his presidency, notable for his exemplary character of sportsmanship and gentlemanliness that cherished the sheer friendship between Turkey's two biggest football clubs.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Thursday, December 24, 2009
Kadıköy's Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium got a glimpse of what Özer Hurmacı had in store for the Yellow Canaries in the coming years. The 23-year-old midfielder got a chance to play in the AMC position for the first time and he literally shined on the pitch. Two brilliant goals and an excellent command on the Fenerbahçe attack. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Özer Hurmacı.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Monday, December 21, 2009
Away games at Trabzon are always tough, but Fenerbahçe was able to keep calm and very cool on Sunday night as they took the Black Sea Storm down at the Avni Aker. Sunday's hero scored the only goal of the game, his seventh of the season and pushed the Yellow Canaries up to the top of the Turkcell Süper Lig standings. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Dani Güiza.
Commentary • Author: Mehmet Pozam • Sunday, December 13, 2009
Fenerbahçe came back from behind to beat MKE Ankaragücü on Saturday night, giving an end to their three-game losing streak. The Yellow Canaries are now back on top of the league standings and they owe major credit to one player who topped off his stunning performance with two goals and one assist. Fenerbahçe Worldwide Man of the Match: Alex de Souza.