Yilmaz Vural agrees deal with Karabükspor

Yilmaz Vural agrees deal with Karabükspor


Yilmaz Vural’s is set to become Karabükspor’s new manager after agreeing personal terms with the Super Lig side.


The experienced manager confirmed the news to the Turkish newspaper HaberTurk and stated that he would be in charge for this weekends clash with Trabzonspor.

The Steelers recently parted ways with Tolunay Kafkas after a string of poor results.

Kafkas became the second Süper Lig manager to be sacked in 2015. The experienced manager was unable to record a single victory in his last seven games in charge.

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Karabükspor are currently in the relegation zone in 17th place. The Steelers have lost five and drawn two of their last seven games and have only recorded 17 points all season.

Vural recently resigned from his position as Osmanlıspor manager after just 17 games in charge.

Vural is a controversial figure in Turkish football, the experienced manager has coached 22 clubs and is renowned for his touchline antics.

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