One of the main reasons why Turkish football has gone back so much in the last 5 years is the high debt of football clubs.
Failure in European cups in this process, which causes many clubs to experience financial difficulties, also shows the point where Turkish football has come.
DEBT UP TO 13.1 BILLION LIRA
In 2015, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, Beşiktaş and Trabzonspor had a total debt of 4.7 billion lira, while this figure rose to 13.1 billion lira after a 5-year period.
In addition to the increase in the euro and dollar exchange rate, poor management of clubs played a major role in the increase in debts.
With the new law, it is stated that the club directors will be responsible for the debts made.
Club directors will now be responsible for debts – NEWS