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Saffet Sancaklı

Saffet Sancaklı (Serbian Cyrillic: Сафет Санџакли, Bosnian: ''Safet Sandžakli'') (born 27 February 1966 in Tutin, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a retired Turkish footballer. He now is deputy for Nationalist Movement Party from Kocaeli. He played for Turkey national football team (23 matches with 6 goals) and was a participant at the 1996 UEFA European Championship. He scored 130 goals in Turkish Premiere League with different teams. He is the first player who played with Three Turkish... read more


Saffet is a Turkish given name mostly for males. People named Saffet include: read more

Sancaklı, İzmir

Sancaklı is a village in Karşıyaka district of İzmir Province, Turkey. (Karşıyaka is an intracity district of İzmir.) Sancaklı is situated to the north of İzmir at and to the south of Yamanlar Mountain. Distance to Karşıyaka is . The population of the village is 147 as of 2011. Main economic activity of the village is animal breeding and dairying . Beekeeping is also promoted.==References==Category:Populated places in Izmir Province read more

Saffet Kaya

Saffet Kaya (born 14 August 1981) is a Turkish footballer. He made his Süper Lig debut on 18 August 2001. read more

Saffet Pasha

Mehmed Esad Saffet Pasha (1814–1883) was a 19th-century Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire.İsmail Hâmi Danişmend, Osmanlı Devlet Erkânı, Türkiye Yayınevi, İstanbul, 1971 (Turkish) He has also been termed ''sadr-ı âlî'' ('high vizier'), ''vekil-i mutlak'' ('absolute attorney'), ''sâhib-i devlet'' ('holder of the state'), and ''zât-ı âsafî'' ('vizieral person').As grand vizier to the sultan, he was, in principle, dismissible only by the sultan himself. He held the imperial seal and... read more

Saffet Gurur Yazar

Saffet Gurur Yazar (born 16 April 1987) is a Turkish professional footballer who currently plays as a centre back for Ankara Demirspor in the TFF Second League.==References==Category:Turkey A2 international footballers read more

İstanbulspor A.Ş.

İstanbulspor is a Turkish football and sports club, founded by Istanbul High School students in 1926. It had an unsuccessful season in 2004–2005 and were relegated from the Turkish Süper Lig (Super League) to Bank Asya 1. Lig. It is the fourth most famous and well-developed professional football club from İstanbul, coming after Beşiktaş, Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe. After being bought by Uzan Family in 1990, it has been repossessed by the government and resold to third companies.==History==İstanbulspor... read more


Kocaelispor, is the football team of İzmit, Turkey. They were founded in 1966 and played in the top level between 1980–1988 and 1992–2003. The best result for them was the 4th position in 1992–93 season. They won Turkish Cup twice in 1997 and 2002. Gathering 20,152 spectators, Kocaelispor set a record of highest attendance at a Turkish Regional Amateur League encounter, on 8 January 2015.===Foundation===Prior to establishment of Kocaelispor, the Executive board representatives of Baçspor,... read more

Hasan Enver Pasha

Hasan Enver Pasha, (b. 1857 at Istanbul, d. 1929 at Istanbul) was an Ottoman Soldier and the only son of Mustafa Celalettin Pasha and Saffet Hanım, the daughter of Omer Pasha.He married Leyla Hanım, a daughter of Mehmed Ali Pasha (marshal) and of this marriage he had five Children, Celile who became the Mother of Nâzım Hikmet, Münevver who became the Mother of Oktay Rıfat Horozcu, Mustafa Celaettin, Mehmet Ali and Sara. read more


, or ''sōpu'', is a Japanglish word constructed from the two English words "soap" and "land" and is part of Japan's nighttime entertainment industry, also known as Mizu shōbai.Since sexual intercourse for money is officially prohibited in Japan, many different types of brothels in Japan have been developed. Although the main clientele for soaplands are males, there are also a few soaplands specifically for female clients.There are various kinds of soaplands, and they are usually located in complexes... read more

Sead Čelebić

Sead Čelebić (born 26 February 1956) is a former Bosnian football midfielder who played in the former Yugoslavia and Turkey.==Career==Born in Višegrad, Čelebić started playing football for the youth side of FK Sutjeska Nikšić. In 1977, he signed his first professional contract with the club, but would leave for Yugoslav First League side FK Borac Banja Luka in January 1980.He transferred to Sarıyer G.K. before the 1982-1983 season, playing five seasons with the club in the Süper Lig. After... read more

Barbaros Erköse

Barbaros Erköse (born 1936) is a Turkish clarinet player, ensemble leader, and composer. Erköse began to play the clarinet at age 9. While he was in secondary school, he was playing at wedding ceremonies. Around the same time, Erköse quit school. When he was 12, the musician took clarinet lessons from Saffet Gündeğer. Erköse played fasıls as an opening for plays at Şen Tiyatro (the theater where İsmail Dümbüllü appeared) in Ankara, and after working here for five years, he took the entrance... read more

Dinar (District), Afyonkarahisar

Dinar (formerly Ancient Greek: Celaenae-Apàmea, Κελαιναι-Απαμεια) is a town and large district of Afyonkarahisar Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 106 km from the city of Afyon. The mayor is Saffet Acar (MHP).The town is built amidst the ruins of Celaenae-Apamea, near the sources of the Büyük Menderes (Maeander) river. In ancient mythology this was the site of the musical duel between Apollo and Marsyas.Dinar today is a small town in a rural area, with limited amenities,... read more

Ali Rıza Seyfi

Ali Rıza Seyfi (1879-1958) was a Turkish novelist, historian and poet.He was born in Istanbul. His real surname was Seyfioğlu but he often wrote under the pen name of Ali Rıza. He was the brother of Süleyman Nutki, a naval history writer. He attended the Kasımpaşa Naval Elementary School and served at various posts in Basra, with the fleet in the Dardanelles, at the Naval Science Commission and at Tripoli as a naval officer after 1892. He started to work at the General Staff, Naval Department... read more

Mustafa Celalettin Pasha

Mustafa Celalettin Pasha, born as Konstanty Borzęcki (b. April 10, 1826 in Modrzewiec - d. 1876 in Novoselë, Kolonjë), was a participant uprisings Polish-Turkish general, strategist, and also a writer.He was the great grandfather of Nâzım Hikmet and Oktay Rıfat Horozcu.http://www.dunya.com/mobi/news_detail.php?id=182272He participated in the Greater Poland Uprising 1848 years (Poznan uprising against the Prussians) and the Hungarian revolution in the years 1848-1849 (Polish Legion fought in... read more


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