Mehmet Özdilek

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About Mehmet Özdilek Mehmet Özdilek (Born 1 April 1966, Samsun) Nicknamed Şifo Mehmet. He began his football life at Ladikspor/Samsun. When he was 16 Kahramanmaraşspor scouted him and transferred in. He was the topscorer in the season 1987-88 when Kahramanmaraşspor was the champion of the 2. Turkish League. After the promotion of his team he went to Beşiktaş J.K.. He played there for many successful years scoring many fantastic goals. He retired from football in 2001 when Beşiktaş J.K. played a match against the AC Milan side of Fatih Terim which Beşiktaş won 2-1. In 2005 during a World Cup qualifier between Turkey and Switzerland, he kicked a Swiss footballer which sparked a massive brawl between both sets of players and culminated in his resignation as assistant coach of the Turkish national team. The event was largely out of character for a man who didn't receive a single red card and was reputed for his great sportsmanship.

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Turkey Football Players Ranking

Rank Person Name Total
33. Hakkı Yeten 53
34. Ali Gültiken 49
35. Mehmet Topa 51
35. Tugay Kerimoğlu 50
36. Volkan Demirel 51
36. Nihat Kahveci 47
37. Hamit Altıntop 47
37. Gökdeniz Karadeniz 44
37. Mehmet Özdilek 45
38. Emre Belözoğlu 44
40. Halil Altıntop 41
40. Alpay Özalan 40
41. Yıldıray Baştürk 38

Football Players Ranking

Rank Person Name Total
393. Waseem AlBzoor 50
394. Goce Sedloski 50
395. Naif Hazazi 50
395. Azzam al-Ahmad 47
395. Ali Gültiken 49
396. Nihat Kahveci 47
396. Emre Belözoğlu 44
396. Lounès Gaouaoui 50
397. Yazid Mansouri 50
397. Gökdeniz Karadeniz 44
397. Mehmet Özdilek 45
397. Hamit Altıntop 47
398. Qurban Qurbanov 44
399. Milan Jovanović 44
400. Sasa Curcic 44
401. Novak Martinovic 44