(SPO) SOCCER: UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE -GALATASARAY: 6 - MACCABI NETANYA: 0 (RESULT).
ISTANBUL, Aug 7, 2009 (TUR) -- Galatasaray soccer team of Turkey qualified for the playoffs in the UEFA UEFA Union of European Football Associations
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Galatasaray defeated Maccabi Netanya of Israel 6-0 in a home UEFA Europa League third qualifying round game, and qualified for the playoffs.
In the away game, Galatasaray defeated its Israeli rival 4-0.
Stadium: Ali Sami Yen Ali Sami Yen, born in Kandilli, Istanbul, Turkey on March 20, 1886, is best known as the founder of Galatasaray Sports Club. His original name was Ali Sami and he is the son of Sami Frasheri, one of the most famous Albanians who lived during the national awakening.
Referees: Michael Leslie Dean, Darren Cann, Michael Mullarkey (Britain)
Galatasaray: Franco, Ugur, Emre Gungor, Emre Asik, Hakanx, Baris, Linderoth (Ayhan 61), Aydin, Arda (Serdar 74), Keita (Kewell 46), Nonda Non´da
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Maccabi Netanya: Lifshitz, Maabi, Fransman, Samia, Dgani (Shulkovskyy 70), Cohen cohen
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Goals: Baris 2,51, Keita 6, Nonda 56, 60, 90 (Galatasaray)
Yellow cards: Vaisberg 89, Fransman 90 (Maccabi Netanya)
Red cards: Samia 90+3 (Maccabi Netanya)
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