Turkish Club Boss Hires Crane To Watch Match After Stadium Ban

Hamit Isik, manager of Turkish club Corum Beledivespor, may well have set a new precedent after taking ways to define a stadium ban to new heights with this ingenious idea.

Angrily confronting a referee saw Isik, manager of Corum Beledivespor in Turkey, hit with a 285-day (that’s nine-and-a-half months) ban by the country’s Professional Football Disciplinary Board.

This meant the boss would not be able to oversee the opening leg of a crucial third division play-off fixture with Darcia Genclerbirligi.

So instead of watching the Match from the comfort of his home or a hotel room, Isik did the next best thing, as you do, and hired a crane.

This allowed the manager to watch the clash, from a platform, above one of the stands – so technically not in the stadium.

With a friend or colleague in tow, the pair witnessed a goalless draw, so probably didn’t need to go to such efforts, anyway.

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Isik was one of the few people luckily enough to watch the match in person, because the game was played behind closed doors due to recent crowd disturbances.
Source: metro.co.uk

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