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Turkey 2004/06 Away kit Small

Turkey 2004/06 Away kit Small

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One of the most iconic Nike Total 90 templates, used perfectly for the Away kit of the Turkish National Team. It's in great condition and a size Small. 

In 2004, did not participate in the UEFA Euro tournament held in Portugal.

Moving to 2005, Turkey's performance was relatively quiet on the international stage. They did not participate in major tournaments like the FIFA Confederations Cup or the UEFA European Championship.

In 2006, Turkey aimed to qualify for the FIFA World Cup held in Germany. Despite their efforts during the qualification campaign, they fell short of securing a spot in the tournament. They faced disappointment in the playoffs, where they were unable to overcome Switzerland, missing out on the chance to compete in the World Cup.

During the early to mid-2000s, the Turkish national football team boasted several notable players who were pivotal to their successes and memorable performances:

  1. Hakan Şükür: A prolific striker, Hakan Şükür was one of Turkey's most celebrated footballers. He held the record for the fastest goal scored in a FIFA World Cup match, netting in just 11 seconds against South Korea in the 2002 World Cup. His goal-scoring prowess and experience made him a key figure in the Turkish squad during this period.

  2. Tuncay Şanlı: Known for his versatility and dynamic playing style, Tuncay Şanlı was a prominent figure in the Turkish national team. He played as both a forward and a winger, contributing goals and assists with his speed, skill, and agility.

  3. Emre Belözoğlu: A midfield maestro, Emre Belözoğlu was known for his technical ability, vision, and leadership on the field. He played a crucial role in orchestrating Turkey's midfield play and was renowned for his passing range and set-piece expertise.

  4. Fatih Tekke: Fatih Tekke was a clinical striker who made significant contributions to the Turkish national team during this era. His goal-scoring instincts and ability to find the back of the net made him a valuable asset in the attacking department.

  5. Ümit Davala: A versatile player capable of operating in defense or midfield, Ümit Davala was an integral part of the Turkish national team. His defensive solidity, tactical awareness, and ability to provide support in both defense and attack made him a valuable asset.

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