Galatasaray's Sacha Boey is in the squad after two games

Galatasaray will face Kayserispor at home in week 20 of the Trendyol Super League. For the Yellow-Reds, coach Okan Buruk made four changes against Kayseri, compared to 11 in the last game against Sivasspor.

Sharp; He appointed Sacha Boey, Barış Alper Yılmaz, Tanguy Ndombele and Tete instead of Ali Turap Bülbül, Kazımcan Kartaş, Kerem Demirbay and Kerem Aktürkoğlu.

In Galatasaray, Mauro Icardi, Davinson Sanchez and Sergio Oliveira were not included in the squad due to their injuries, Kerem Aktürkoğlu was not included in the squad due to his red card suspension, and Hakim Ziyech and Cedric Bakambu were not included in the squad due to their injuries. They were with their national teams at the African Nations Cup. The Spanish left-back Angelino is also not in the squad due to the decision of the technical staff.

Galatasaray coach Okan Buruk has placed Brazilian footballer Tete on the attacking wing in the absence of Kerem Aktürkoğlu. The 23-year-old footballer, who started the last UEFA Champions League game against Copenhagen, took part in the team after four games.


Yellow-Reds' French right-back Sacha Boey returned to the field for the Kayserispor game. It was noteworthy that the French right-back, who had returned to the team after an injury, was struggling with a bandage on his right knee. Boey, who was suspended after receiving a yellow card in the derby against Fenerbahçe, did not play against Konyaspor due to his suspension. The 23-year-old footballer was unable to take part in the away game against Sivasspor last week due to his injury.

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Midfielder Berkan Kutlu, who was loaned to Italian club Genoa at the start of the season and returned to the team in the second transfer and registration period, was included in the 21-man squad for the Kayserispor game.

Yellow-red joins the fight; Fernando Muslera, Sacha Boey, Victor Nelsson, Abdülkerim Bardakcı, Barış Alper Yılmaz, Lucas Torreira, Tanguy Ndombele, Tete, Dries Mertens, Wilfried Zaha and Halil Dervişoğlu came out with their 11.

Günay Güvenç, Eyüp Aydın, Kerem Demirbay, Berkan Kutlu, Kaan Ayhan, Gökdeniz Gürpüz, Baran Demiroğlu, Ali Yeşilyurt, Hamza Akman and Kazımcan Karataş were waiting in the reserves.


Before the game, a minute's silence was observed for the Turkish soldiers who were martyred in the conflict with members of the treasonous terrorist organization in the Operation Claw-Lock area. Galatasaray players warmed up wearing T-shirts that read “Martyrs do not die, the homeland is indivisible” and players from both teams entered the field wearing black armbands. In the stands were banners that read, “May our beloved martyrs rest in peace” and “What defines flags is the blood on them; “Everyone who dies for the country is home.”

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Galatasaray fans showed great interest in the game against Kayserispor. Yellow and red fans filled the stands at RAMS Park, even though the weather in Istanbul was cold and it was a weekday. Before the game, fans called the players individually into the stands and chanted to prepare their teams for the game.

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