Burn Turan, in a concentration with the selection of Turkey

It left the selection of Turkey

It burn: "I Prefer to leave the selection before that ask pardon"

Published:9/06/2017 - 11:50h

Updated:9/06/2017 - 11:50h

The player of the FC Barcelona Burn Turan explained the sucedido and the reasons by which, after an incident with a journalist otomano, decided to leave the selection of Turkey. The midfield player called to the president of the federation to excuse but did not like him his reaction

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In statements for the newspaper "Hürriyet", Burn Turan explained the reasons that have carried him to leave the selection of Turkey. Everything after a rifirrafe with the journalist Bilal Mese and several members of the Turkish federation with which already had had problems.

"I committed an honest error, but what he did me was dishonest. I spoke with all the expensive world to face. Ojalá He had done the same, had been more honest", affirms the midfield player of the FC Barcelona, that was attacked by Mese does time with a relative information to the problems of the Turkish selection, attributing them to the premiums of the players.

This did to infuriate in his day to a Burn that enteró that two members of the federation, that work for communication, were those that filtered the information that attacked him directly to him. After asking him to the president of the same that sacked them, this answered him to Burn that no.

The president of the federation asked to Burn that it recessed

After this separated to Burn in several announcements with the combined national until his turn and the recent incident. After east, apologised to the president that urged him to make public them, thing by which denied .  "I preferred to leave before that react like this and ask pardon", concludes the half.

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