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Name  Sezer Badur
Career start  2003
1996–1999  Hertha Zehlendorf
Weight  76 kg

0000–1996  BSC Kickers 1900
Height  1.81 m
Current team  Antalyaspor
Role  Footballer
Position  Midfielder

Date of birth  (1984-06-20) 20 June 1984 (age 31)
Place of birth  West Berlin, West Germany
Number  5 (Antalyaspor / Midfielder), 26 (Trabzonspor / Midfielder), 26 (Elazigspor / Midfielder)
Similar People  Sakib Aytac, Emrah Bassan, Zeki Yildirim, Lamine Diarra, Omer Kandemir

Playing position  Central midfielder

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Sezer Badur (born 20 June 1984 in West Berlin) is a Turkish-German footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder.

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Club career

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During his youth Badur played for several local clubs in his hometown Berlin. 2002 he moved to the youth ranks of Borussia Dortmund, however left the club only after a year to join Turkish Manisaspor.

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His debut in Turkish football scene was with Vestel Manisaspor in 2003–04. He appeared in eight matches for Manisaspor but he could not score. Then he returned to Germany to play for the amateur side Berliner AK 07 since he was out of favor at Manisaspor, and Manisaspor were unwilling to let him out of his contract.

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He played two years in amateur division in Germany. After a short stint with SV Yeşilyurt he was transferred to Karşıyaka, a football team based in İzmir Province. After a while the team did not pay his salary. Therefore, he left the team. Subsequently, Sivasspor signed Badur where he began to shine and had two consecutive seasons where he and his teammates played the top of the table, missing the champion's trophy narrowly twice. After his successful time for Sivasspor, in January 2010, Trabzonspor acquired Badur's services for a transfer fee of €330,000.

References

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