| August 3, 1962 (age 53) (1962-08-03) Istanbul|
Istanbul High School (1980), Istanbul University
Milliyet Sports Award for Executive of the Year
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Ahmet Çakar Wikipedia
Ahmet Çakar (born August 3, 1962) is a famous Turkish sportscaster and a former football referee.
He is famous for the abrasive manner in which he presents the Show TV sports programme Altıpas, being described as "Turkey's most controversial football pundit". He also writes sports articles for Sabah newspaper. He is a medical doctor as well. Currently he is a commentator on the Turkish football television programme Beyaz Futbol, on Beyaz TV.
On March 2013, Çakar appeared on TV claiming that the draws for the quarter-finals of UEFA's club competitions had been fixed by those making the draw "carry[ing] metal objects that sensed vibrations in the balls being selected".
According to IFFHS, he is one of the world's best referees of the quarter of a century
He was born in Istanbul in 1962. He completed his high school education at Istanbul Erkek Lisesi in 1980. Then he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at Istanbul University.
In 2004, he was shot and wounded in the groin and abdomen in Istanbul.18 June 1996 – Romania – Spain (1-2) UEFA Euro 1996 1. round
1 March 1995 – A.C. Milan – Benfica (2-0) UEFA Champions League Quarterfinal
5 April 1995 – Bayern Munich – Ajax Amsterdam (0-0) UEFA Champions League Semi Finals
20 March 1993 – Ghana – Brazil (1-2) World Youth Cup (U-20) Final