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Galatasaray

Table - Turkish Super Lig
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1 Galatasaray 76
2 Fenerbahce 71
3 Besiktas 69

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Galatasaray interested in Kevin Prince-Boateng, says agent

Schalke have clarified an initial club statement that they had released midfielders Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sidney Sam by confirming that the duo are instead suspended indefinitely.

Kevin-Prince Boateng's agent has confirmed that Turkish champions Galatasaray are interested in signing the suspended Schalke midfielder.

Boateng, 28, was suspended indefinitely by the German club -- along with Sidney Sam -- towards the end of the Bundesliga season, with Schalke claiming that the former Ghana international had been a bad influence on the dressing room.

The midfielder remains under contract until 2016, but Schalke are hoping to cash in on him this summer and relieve the wage bill...

 By PA Sport

Galatasaray claim Turkish Super Lig title after Fenerbahce draw

Galatasaray fans celebrated their team's title triumph in Istanbul on Monday.

Galatasaray were crowned Turkish Super Lig champions as Fenerbahce were held to a 2-2 draw at Istanbul Buyuksehir on Monday.

Galatasaray's 2-0 win over Besiktas 24 hours earlier meant Fenerbahce needed victory to ensure the title race went to the final day of the season, but the writing was on the wall for the defending champions when two goals in nine second-half minutes from Mehmet Batdal put Buyuksehir in control and Fener finished the game with just seven players.

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Match-fixing allegations vs. Galatasaray denied by Genclerbirligi

ANKARA, Turkey -- The president of Turkish club Genclerbirligi has denied accusations that his team's goalkeeper purposely gave away a decisive goal in a league game against Galatasaray.

The claim could implicate Galatasaray, who lead second-place Fenerbahce by three points with two matches remaining. Fenerbahce were barred by UEFA from three seasons of European competitions in a 2011 match-fixing scandal.

Genclerbirligi president Ilhan Cavcav says goalkeeper Ferhat Kaplan "could have reached out...