Yılmaz Vural resigns from Osmanlispor after 17 days in charge [divider]
Yılmaz Vural has resigned from his position as Osmanlıspor manager after just 17 days in charge.
“I had a meeting with the board and it became apparent that we would not be able to resolve our differences,” Vural said.
“We agreed to part ways and I resigned from my position, I will not be asking for compensation we parted on amicable terms.”
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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Osmanlispor (Ottoman spor) was founded as Ankara Belediye Spor Kulübü in 1978.
The club changed names to Osmanlispor in 2014 and replaced the club’s traditional blue colours and the Angora cat with five purple crescents.