Yilmaz Vural throws his hat into the race to become Fenerbahce's next manager

Yilmaz Vural has expressed his interest in taking over the reigns at Fenerbahce following an interview with the Turkish newspaper HaberTurk.

The experienced coach stated that without spending a vast amount of money, he could provide Fenerbahce with success both domestically and in Europe.

“If I am appointed as manager I would make all 50 thousand fans in the stadium have an orgasm,” Vural told HaberTurk.


“Our supporters would love the football we play. Every single game will be played in-front of a sell-out crowd.”

Vural also went onto criticise Fenerbahce’s previous manager Ismail Kartal for his end of season remarks.

The 62-year-old has a longer C.V. then most in the business. The experienced manager has now managed 25 different sides including his current Karabükspor job.

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In total Vural has been appointed to 30 different managerial roles since starting at Malatyaspor in 1986.


Teams Yilmaz Vural has managed:
Malatyaspor, Antalyaspor, Samsunspor, Bursaspor, Karşıyaka, Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor, Eskişehirspor, Sarıyer, Trabzonspor, Gençlerbirliği, Konyaspor, Çanakkale Dardanelspor, Denizlispor, Diyarbakırspor, Çaykur Rizespor, Ankaragücü, Kocaelispor, Manisaspor, Kasımpaşa, Sakaryaspor, Elazığspor, Mersin İdmanyurdu and Osmanlıspor.