| Samet Aybaba|
| (1955-03-02) March 2, 1955 (age 60)|
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Samet Aybaba Wikipedia
Samet Aybaba (born 2 March 1955, Osmaniye) is a Turkish former football player and manager. He is currently in the charge of Sivasspor.
He was born 2 March 1955 in Adana. He began a football career in İskenderunspor. He transferred to Beşiktaş JK in 1977–78 season. He played as defender and midfielder in Beşiktaş JK. He played 334 matches for Beşiktaş and scored 7 goals. He won 2 League Championships, 1 Presidency Cup, 1 Prime Ministry Cup and 2 TSYD Cups and retired after finishing the 1987–88 season. He coached clubs such as Ankaragücü, Kayserispor, Vanspor, Adana Demirspor, Gençlerbirliği, Gaziantepspor, Trabzonspor and Ankaraspor. Aybaba won two Turkish Cups—one with Gençlerbirliği in a final against Fenerbahçe SK and one with Trabzonspor. He also won the Efes Pilsen tournament with Trabzonspor defeating Fenerbahçe SK in the final. He signed with Beşiktaş J.K. as a new coach on 16 June 2012. His contract was terminated on 20 May 2013.
Samet was a youth international for Turkey.Beşiktaş
Süper Lig (2): 1981–82, 1985–86
Turkish Super Cup (1): 1986
Chancellor Cup (2): 1977, 1988
Chancellor Cup (1): 1991
Turkish Cup (1): 2000–01
Turkish Cup (1): 2002–03
TFF First League (1): 2016-17