“If it wasn’t for me, Fenerbahce would have been the champion”

Former national football player Selçuk İnan, who played in Manisaspor, Trabzonspor and Galatasaray in the Super League, spoke to Assist Analysis.

Some of Selçuk Inan’s statements are as follows;

The difference between Şenol Güneş and Fatih Terim

Expressing his thoughts on the coaches Şenol Güneş and Fatih Terim he worked with, the experienced name said, “When I was working with Şenol Hoca, he trusted me so much that he left me at ease. He turned me into an incredible player in his eyes… Fatih Hoca also loved me, he trusted me a lot. … Fatih Hodja was a coach who played with more players, managed the player as he wanted, and could shape the position he wanted. Şenol Hoca is a coach who knows very well how to get efficiency from the player,” he said.

“We are waiting for the Pro license”

Stating that he created his team for coaching, Selçuk İnan said, “I did not create a team from my former teammates. It was a more experienced team that was not easy to come together. We became a nice team. I also got my A license. We are waiting for a Pro license. I will not name the team, but a foreign teacher. there is,” he said.

“It was my dream to play in Galatasaray”

Stating that the yellow-dark blue team would have been the champion if he had gone to Fenerbahce, not Galatasaray after leaving Trabzonspor, İnan said, “I have always been a humble person. But if there is a truth, I made significant contributions to Galatasaray that year in terms of score. Without them, Fenerbahce is the champion. “Maybe it could have affected the result. It’s not easy to get a player who has a testimonial now in Turkey, as I was then. Many managers have contributed to my coming to Galatasaray, but if I have made a decision in my life, I will go after it. Playing in Galatasaray.” “It was my dream and the only goal I wanted to achieve. When this opportunity came, I went there without thinking about anything else,” he said.

“I believe that Okan Buruk can be successful”

Sharing his thoughts on Galatasaray Coach Okan Buruk, İnan said, “I think because he knows the community, he has experience. I want him to be successful from my heart. Success is an important criterion. When grunts start when you can’t win a match, unfortunately, you can’t think very well. The perception of media power in Turkey is people’s perception. “The goals scored by Okan Hodja in the last minutes are very important. At least he can get things done in a shorter time,” he said.

“There were clubs from Europe that I rejected”

Noting that he received offers from Europe while wearing both Trabzonspor and Galatasaray jerseys, İnan said, “It happened when I was in Trabzonspor, too. The Leicester City incident happened after I put on the 4th star, I was 30 years old. It didn’t happen before I came to Galatasaray. “It was talked about at that time. While I had my testimonial in my hand, I received offers from 5 big leagues in Europe. But I’m glad I came to Galatasaray,” he said.

“It is easiest to talk from the outside about the change of teacher”

Evaluating the latest situation in the A National Football Team, İnan said, “I have said this before. We live in a success-oriented manner in our country. It is very normal for the teachers to be criticized or sent to the agenda in case of failure. After all, there are decision makers; it is the same in clubs and in the national team. wake up, you are appointing people you believe will lead you to success in the future to head the national team. Today, Hamit Altıntop approved this, past presidents saw Şenol Güneş as appropriate. After all, these are all our players, our children… We are going through a bad time. However, there are very good football players, He will be able to cope with this situation easily. It is easiest to talk from the outside about the change of teacher. The people inside will decide. I think the people who take on that task now will do what is necessary,” he said.

Selçuk Inan, “Selçuk – Melo – Sneijder – Drogba, Oliviera – Torreira – Mertens – Icardi?” To the question, “You have to ask the answer. [Gülerek]. It was not a team that would come together very easily. Sneijder, Drogba, Riera, Eboue, Ujfalusi, Melo, Muslera, Hamit… It was not an easy task, so that’s it.”