|Surname||Ali Şükrü Ersoy|
|birthday||December 1, 1931|
|place of birth||Istanbul , Turkey|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1962-1964||SV Austria Salzburg|
|1950||Turkey U-21||1 (0)|
|1951||Turkey A2||1 (0)|
|Stations as a trainer|
|1 Only league games are given.|
Ali Şükrü Ersoy (born December 1, 1931 in Istanbul ) is a former Turkish football goalkeeper . Through his many years of work for Fenerbahçe Istanbul , he is strongly associated with this club. On fan and club pages he is seen as one of the most important players in club history.
Ersoy started playing football in the youth of Fenerbahçe Istanbul and moved to Vefa Istanbul . For this club he played until 1953. Then he began his military service and therefore played for the military team of the ground forces , the Karagücü . Since he was doing his military service in the Turkish capital Ankara , he played for the club MKE Ankaragücü in addition to his work for Karagücü .
After completing his military service, he returned to his hometown of Istanbul and was hired by Fenerbahçe Istanbul . Here he fought for a regular place straight away and was twice champion of the regional İstanbul Futbol Ligi with his team . In the summer of 1959, the first championship of the newly founded and nationwide Süper Lig was won . Two years later, the team succeeded again in winning the championship.
In the summer of 1962 he moved to the traditional Austrian club SV Austria Salzburg . The decisive factor in this change was the fact that Austria was trained by Ignác Molnár , the long-time head coach of Fenerbahçe, and brought his old player Ersoy to his new club. He played the next two seasons for Salzburg and then ended his active football career.
Ersoy first played for the Turkish national team on October 28, 1950 in a friendly match against the Israeli national team . He then played once for the Turkish U-21 national team and the second selection of the Turkish national team.
With Turkey he qualified for the football world championship in 1954 and took part in it as a substitute goalkeeper . During the tournament he was used in the 2: 7 defeat on June 23, 1954 against the German national team.
After his active playing career, he decided to pursue a coaching career. So he took over the second division Balıkesirspor as the first activity in the 1967/68 season . In the 1975/76 season he took over Trabzonspor and coached this club until the winter break. In 1977 and 1978 he coached the western Turkish second division team Denizlispor twice .
In 1979 he took over Fenerbahçe Istanbul on an interim basis and looked after the team for 13 competitive games.
For the 1980/81 season he was introduced as the head coach of the traditional Altay Izmir club and looked after the club until the winter break. In 1982 he then trained the Istanbul second division club Karagümrük SK . He coached this club again in the period from 1988 to 1989.
- Fenerbahçe Istanbul:
- İstanbul Futbol Ligi : 1956/57, 1958/59
- Süper Lig : 1959 , 1960/61
- Turkish national team:
- Participation in the 1954 World Cup
- Şükrü Ersoy in the database of weltfussball.de
- Şükrü Ersoy (player profile) in the database of the Turkish Football Federation (English)
- Şükrü Ersoy (Trainer profile) in the database of the Turkish Football Federation (English)
- Şükrü Ersoy (player profile) in the database of mackolik.com (Turkish)
- Şükrü Ersoy (manager profile) in the database of mackolik.com (Turkish)
- Şükrü Ersoy in the database of EU-Football.info (English)
- ↑ mujdatyetkiner.com: Şükrü Ersoy Fenerbahçeli efsane futbolcu (accessed September 24, 2012).
- ↑ August 28, 1962, Milliyet, p. 8
- ↑ Germany - Turkey June 23, 1954 in tff.org.
- ↑ April 22, 1982, Milliyet Spor, p. 6
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Ersoy, Ali Şükrü (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Turkish soccer goalkeeper|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 1, 1931|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Istanbul , Turkey|