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Ahmet Suat Ozyazici

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Full name  Ahmet Suat Ozyazici
1953-1954  Trabzon Yolspor
1954-1967  Idmanocagi

Place of birth  Trabzon, Turkey
Name  Ahmet Ozyazici
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
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Awards  Milliyet Sports Award for Turkish Manager of the Year

Date of birth  January 1936 (age 79)

Ahmet Suat Özyazıcı (born 1 January 1936 in Trabzon) is a Turkish former footballer and a successful manager.


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Özyazıcı played football at the club İdmanocağı in his hometown Trabzon for several years. Following his retirement, he became a manager. In the 1975–76 season, he led Trabzonspor to its first league championship title. This was the first time, a team besides the Istanbul clubs Fenerbahçe SK, Galatasaray SK, and Beşiktaş JK (called the "Big Three") to win the Turkish Super League. Further titles came with Ozyazici in the seasons 1976–77, 1978–79 and 1979–80. Trabzonspor remained until 2010 the only team to win the league title besides the "Big Three".

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Özyazici's Trabzonspor showed success in the UEFA Champions League by beating English giant Liverpool F.C. in the late 1970s. After his successful years at Trabzonspor, he left his post to manage Bursaspor, Sarıyer, Vanspor and Sarıyer G.K. (Istanbul). He is considered as one of the most successful managers in the history of Turkish football gaining four Turkish Super League titles, a performance reached by Fatih Terim only. He has won three Turkish Cups and several other cups, all achieved with Trabzonspor.

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Ozyazici now lives in Trabzon.

As manager

Ahmet Suat Ozyazici ahmet suat zyazc uluda szlk
  • Trabzonspor
  • Turkish Super League
  • champion 1975–76 with Şükrü Ersoy
  • champion 1976–77
  • champion 1979–80
  • champion 1983–84
  • Turkish Cup
  • runner-up 1975–76 with Şükrü Ersoy
  • winner 1976–77
  • winner 1977–78
  • winner 1983–84
  • President's Cup
  • winner 1975–76 with Şükrü Ersoy
  • winner 1976–77
  • winner 1977–78
  • winner 1979–80
  • winner 1982–83
  • runner-up 1983–84
  • Prime Minister's Cup
  • winner 1975–76 with Şükrü Ersoy
  • winner 1977–78
  • Turkish Second League
  • champion 1973–74
  • References

    Ahmet Suat Özyazıcı Wikipedia