Association football

Fenerbahçe appeal to federation for pre-1959 titles

Turkish Süper Lig side Fenerbahçe have appealed to the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) to add titles to their record before the national league was established in 1959, the club announced on March 6.

Fenerbahçe requested that titles they won before 1959 should be added to the club's total Süper Lig titles.

Fenerbahçe struggle to get home draw, Özil injured

Fenerbahçe fought hard to get a 1-1 draw against Fraport TAV Antalyaspor in a Turkish Super Lig match on March 4, also the Istanbul club's German star Mesut Özil suffered a foot injury.

Former Real Madrid and Arsenal attacking midfielder Özil left the pitch with a stretcher in the minute 64 after Antalyaspor's Fredy tackled him.

San Remo Music Festival and Ibrahimovic Crazy Week – Four Trips and 1,162 km travelled

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is facing an action-packed week. The AC Milan forward will have his schedule altered in order to participate at San Remo festival, which will interfere with his training timetable.

Milan faced Roma last Sunday winning for the first win since February 7, having lost to Inter and Spezia in Serie A and drawn twice with Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League.

Fenerbahçe beats Trabzonspor to put troubles on hold

Fenerbahçe beat Trabzonspor 1-0 in a Turkish Süper Lig match on Feb. 28 to keep its title hopes alive, easing the pressure on coach Erol Bulut.

The visiting side's Greek midfielder Dimitris Pelkas scored the winner in the 76th minute when his long-range shot on a counterattack beat Trabzonspor goalkeeper Uğurcan Çakır.

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Number of Infected Grows – 1,800 in 24 Hours, Positivity Rate – 14 Percent

Within the past 24 hours 1,800 newly infected (of them 37 are medics, 81 children) and 17,163 vaccinated against coronavirus have been documented, show the data from the Single Information Portal.

In the same period 45 patients died and 471 were cured.

Morbidity data are based on the results of 13,026 tests, of them 14%  are positive.