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Fenerbahce ‘to forfeit matches and be relegated’ as club consider quitting Turkish league | Football | Sport

Fenerbahce are reportedly considering quitting the Turkish SuperLig in protest over their perceived poor treatment by the country’s football authorities. If the club goes through with their threat, they will face forfeiting all their league matches and will be relegated to the second tier.

The Turkish giants are reportedly unhappy that no action has yet been taken after Tranbzonspor fans streamed onto the pitch in their hundreds after the two clubs met at the weekend. Supporters goaded the players of Fenerbahce, who had just secured an important 3-2 victory. 

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