Ersan Gulum slams clubs that did not share stadium with Besiktas

Ersan Gülüm slammed rival Süper Lig clubs for not sharing their stadium with Beşiktaş this season.

“I want to say thanks to those clubs that did not let us share their stadium, we do not care, we will be champions in Ankara,” Gülüm told Milliyet.

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Beşiktaş rivals Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe did not allow the Black Eagles to share their grounds this season.

The Turkish giants are without a home stadium this season as the Inönü is being rebuilt.

The Inönü has been demolished and the Vodafone Arena is being constructed in its place.

The new stadium will be a 41,903 seater stadium based in the same location as the Inönü.

Beşiktaş have played home games at the Atatürk Olympic, Fatih Terim stadium, Torku Konya Arena and the Osmanlı stadium in Ankara.

The Eagles will play the remainder of their home games at the Osmanlı stadium.

Beşiktaş take on sixth placed Trabzonspor at the Avni Aker stadium next. The Eagles are currently first in the Süper Lig.