Turkey Euro 2008 Live Online
Turkey enter into the upcoming Euro 2008 finals to be held in Austria and Switzerland as one of the dark horses of the tournament. The Turkish national soccer team has evolved from being no-hopers to an extremely competitive outfit and they will fancy their chances of causing an upset with a strong performance in the Euro 2008 finals.
Turkey qualified for the Euro 2008 finals with pomp after missing out narrowly on the Euro 2004 tournament in Turkey. They were knocked out by the co-hosts Switzerland that time around in an ill tempered match and the Turkey soccer team can expect a rather hostile treatment this time around. Turkey can boast of a number of talented players in different position including the likes of Nihat Kavechi of Villarreal and Altintop of Schalke. Those two make up for a smashing front two and they will be well complimented by the likes of Hamit, Basturk and Emre in the midfield. The defence will be weakened though due to absence of Alpay but there will be a continuing stability in the goalkeeping arena with Rustu Recber donning the Turkish colours yet again for the Turkish soccer team. The Turkey soccer league did make a strong impact this season with Fenerbache coming up all the way to the quarterfinals only to be knocked out by Chelsea and with an exciting young batch of players in their line up, the rest of Europe cannot afford to take the Turkey national soccer team lightly in the upcoming Euro 2008 tournament.
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