Beşiktaş v Dynamo Kyiv: line-ups, where to watch, form guide
Dynamo Kyiv “are no ordinary side” according to Şenol Güneş, Beşiktaş expecting no favours as the Black Eagles stage their first UEFA Champions League group stage home game in seven years.
- Beşiktaş boss Şenol Güneş tells his players: “Be patient and stay calm” against Benfica
- Black Eagles’ first UEFA Champions League group stage home game since 2009
- Dynamo have lost three of last five matches in all competitions and are one point behind Benfica
- Beşiktaş have kept just one clean sheet in seven games this season
- Ex-Fenerbahçe forward Serhiy Rebrov hopeful Andriy Yarmolenko will shake off back problem
Beşiktaş: Fabri; Beck, Marcelo, Tošić, Adriano; İnler, Hutchinson; Quaresma, Talisca, Erkin; Tosun.
Doubtful: Özyakup (ankle)
Dynamo Kyiv: Shovkovskiy; Morozyuk, Khacheridi, Vida, Makarenko; Rybalka; Yarmolenko, Garmash, Fedorchuk, González; Júnior Moraes.
Out: Sydorchuk (suspended), Danilo Silva (hamstring), Gusev (omitted)
Doubtful: Yarmolenko (back)
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Where to watch
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Şenol Güneş, Beşiktaş coach
Our opponents are a good side. They are good on the break and very disciplined, they help each other out on the pitch and run very hard. They have talented players as well – [Andriy] Yarmolenko and Júnior Moraes up front, and midfielders who can play at both ends, like [Serhiy] Rybalka and [Denys] Garmash.
They are no ordinary side – they are modest and hard-working. We will need to be sharp and break fast. We will have to be patient and stay calm, covering a lot of ground but without losing control of the game.
Serhiy Rebrov, Dynamo Kyiv coach
Beşiktaş are well-balanced team: they are champions of Turkey which speaks for itself. They score a lot of goals and concede a fair few too. It’s important that my players loosen up and play their football. It’s obviously important to get the points as well – any positive result will do.
We know how hard it is to play in Istanbul. I played here [for Fenerbahçe] and I remember that Turkey is a proper football country, where people are really passionate about their favourite teams. I always love returning to this beautiful city.
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Football, hugely popular in Turkey, was brought there in the second half of the 19th century when English tobacco and cotton traders visited the main harbour towns of the Ottoman Empire.
In the beginning they played football with each other, and later taught the game to their Turkish neighbours.The first football match on Turkish grounds was played in Salonika in 1875. After that, football was played in Istanbul and İzmir. But during this time, football was only played between English and Greek people. This was also the case in the first Turkish league, named the Istanbul Football League.But some young Turkish men, who loved this game at once, began to play football in open fields without observing any rules.
These young players formed the first Turkish team, playing their first match on 26 October, 1901, against a Greek team. Then the club Beşiktas, founded in 1903, became the first Turkish club to enter the Istanbul League.
When the clubs Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray also entered this league, the real period of Turkish football began.
A very strong love for football widened to the whole nation. After this period football in Turkey started to develop very fast and treating football like a “national matter” continued until now.
Turkey has a big potential in footbal. There are 4,956 football clubs organized in Turkey, and a registered 4,775 professional and 136,823 amateur players with 233 women. 796 male and 20 female football referees are licensed by the TFF.
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