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The seleccionador of Turkey attacks directly to Burn Turan

Published:12/06/2017 - 18:59h

Updated:12/06/2017 - 19:00h

"What did Burn deserved red card", affirmed the seleccionador of Turkey, Fatih Terim, referring to the last controversy starred by the midfield player of the FC Barcelona with a journalist of the country otomano. Burn Turan left the selection for that

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In Turkey do not stop of "atizarle" to the international midfield player of the FC Barcelona Burn Turan. The half received in this occasion words at all pleasant from his seleccionador Fatih Terim, that supports his exit of the combined otomano although no descarta that pued go back in the future.

A decision that Fatih aims that "it would have to be the cohesion of the team. Keep it is ours big priority". It was after the party valedero for the World-wide of Russia 2018, in which his won one to four to Kosovo, after which spoke of the sucedido.

"What did deserved a red card", began saying Terim, in reference to the aggression of the midfield player to a Turkish journalist in the aeroplane of return of Macedonia. "It can not remain in the field after a red card, but said him to Turan that could rescue him the future", aimed.

Burn Turan, immersed in a conspiracy?

This yes, the technician affirmed that "I do not think that his was a spontaneous action". It accused directly Fatih to "external strengths" that would have entormetido in the surroundings of the selection.

"It would have to see who is pleading for who and who embraced the mistaken behaviour", aimed to conclude insisting in a conspiracy against the team. "We have to be conscious and be prepared to go against the bad people and the bad situations", concluded.

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