‘F*** your justice’, say furious Trabzonspor as European giants slam Turkish chiefs over punishment for massive scrap

TRABZONSPOR told Turkish football bosses “f**k your justice” after being ordered to play their next six home matches behind closed doors.

They have been slapped with the punishment for their involvement in a huge brawl involving their fans and Fenerbahce players.

Trabzonspor vs Fenerbahce descended into chaos at the end of the gameCredit: Getty
Fans rushed onto the pitch and attacked Fenerbahce starsCredit: Rex
Trabzonspor have been hit with a six-match stadium banCredit: AFP
Bright Osayi Samuel punched a fan

Trabzonspor supporters stormed the pitch and fought with security forces and opposition stars after their team suffered a dramatic 3-2 home defeat.

It led to ex-Premier League striker Michy Batshuayi attempting a fly-kick on a fan and Bright Osayi-Samuel punched another.

As punishment, the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) disciplinary bosses yesterday ruled that Trabzonspor must play their next six home matches without fans.

And the club have also been fined £74,000.


Trabzonspor coach Egemen Korkmaz was also handed a dressing room and dugout ban for one match.

In a social media post yesterday, angry Trabzonspor said: “F**k your justice! Get up from your seats, resign!”

Meanwhile, the TFF have hit Fenerbahce duo Irfan Can Egribayat and Jayden Quinn Oosterwolde with a one-match ban.

Both have also been given minor fines over their involvement in the on-field fight.

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Fenerbahce initially said they were considering withdrawing from the top-tier Super Lig over the incident.

But they decided not to go through with the threat following a meeting with clubs.

Fenerbahce board members throw objects at Trabzonspor fans

Fenerbahce are in second place after 30 games – five points behind main rivals Galatasaray who have a game in hand.

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