A new season starts today. With all the hope, excitement and exhilaration in us, welcome to the Super League that has just come out of the package.
Before the death of the master Bedri Koraman, he loved to represent the New Year with “a strong baby left in place of his deceased grandfather” while painting Milliet…
An old man with a white beard goes, and a playful, cheerful, mischievous man comes out in the vignette. The old and new years were written on both similar shirts. So. I think it was these “welcome” messages from his pen that most clearly encapsulated the hope, excitement, refreshment and continuity that the new era brings. A new season starts today. With all the hope, excitement and exhilaration in us, welcome to the Super League that has just come out of the package.
When we part 10 months from now, I want to collect memories and beauty that I can say, “I’m glad I got to know him, and I’m glad I got to spend time with him.” There is no reason to worry about experiencing the opposite.
We have a fledgling federation that tries to solve the problem by going through the pandemic and the exchange rate without distinguishing between clubs shaken by the pandemic and the exchange rate.
Even those who were initially pessimistic changed their minds.
Time left the team unable to make up for the shortcomings, but he knew how to follow the rules of the trade, both buying and selling, and closed most of the gaps without spending a lot of money. Of course, there are other parameters, but in terms of individual abilities, it can be said that almost all of them were stronger than last season.
He has credentials signed by teachers, fans and management.
Like the “shocks” they experienced last season, such as the phrase “things that don’t die make the trauma stronger”, the referees have regained their sanity and are paying more attention.
Even in transfer season, the media managed to stay connected to reality.
What is left for the Super League to be as great as its name? and the referee is placed outside the range of the stand.
The Tribune, like a true Twelfth Man, was ferociously harassed and did not mix endorsement with stigma, keeping the club impervious to punishment. Is it difficult?
No… it’s actually easier today than before!
Over the past few years, the world has learned great lessons from the pandemic. Hard times, confined to four walls, sociopathic, and even dangerous to shake hands with, taught people the value of standing shoulder to shoulder. reminded me.
Last season was a time of readjustment.
Today’s Super League season of Old Man Whitebeard has left its place in a powerful prank. The influence of recent admiration has certainly been reflected in football, with all roles in football his players playing their part more carefully. he should
Then the new season will be refreshing, hopeful, and exciting.
“We all have authority and responsibility. Milliyet Sports Service wishes all clubs and communities the best of luck and is committed to doing everything in our power to ensure that the new season is exactly what we expected and will always be. To do.” “