Psychopathic: Amed SK Midfielder Mansur Calar Accused Of ‘Slashing Opponents With Hidden Razor Blade’ During Turkish Third Tier Match (Photos & Video)

Chris Wright

4th, March 2019


Image: V264 (via @yenisafakspor/Twitter)

There were scenes of a borderline psychopathic nature in the Turkish third tier this past weekend when Amedsporlu (better known as Amed SK) met Sakaryaspor.

While the match ended in a 1-1 draw, it was more notable for the unhinged behaviour of Amed midfielder Mansur Calar, who was caught on camera deliberately slashing and hacking at his opponents with a hidden razor blade.

Indeed, the 33-year-old appeared to grin and grimace as he repeatedly cut and jabbed Sakaryaspor players in the most sneaky, cowardly fashion imaginable…

After the final whistle, Sakaryaspor player Ferit Erisci took to Instagram from inside the dressing room to document some of the wounds both he and a couple of his teammates had sustained…

Photos: @feriteriscii/Instagram (via Daily Mail)

“These players who are allowed on the field, I hope you’ll see them,” Erisci wrote while taking care to tag the Turkish Football Federation into the caption.

According to the Daily Mail, Amed SK since issued a statement in which they claimed that the accusations being made against Calar are false and that the midfielder did not take a blade or sharp object onto the pitch specifically to harm opposing players.

The club also shared footage on social media of a livid mob of “rivals fans” attempting to storm the Amed dressing room after the match – conduct Amed chairman Nurullah Edemen reportedly denounced as “ugly, disgusting” and of an “immoral nationalistic [attitude]”, according to Kurdistan 24.

The relevant authorities are still deciding exactly what to do with Calar in terms of punishment, but as far as Pies are concerned (not very, granted) a lifetime ban from football should be a minimum.

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  1. Comfy Chair says:

    Three match ban.

  2. Aaron says:

    Just to clarify, the Turkish football federation and the pro-govt media in Turkey have been treating AMEDsport unfairly for the last 3 years. Every time they play against an opposition, they face either police brutality or fan abuse. YeniSafak is Erdogan government’s mouthpiece. Erdogan has accused kurdish politicians of treason and warned they would be kicked out of the country a few days before the match. I would read the incident within Erdogan’s polarising policy.

  3. Straight Dave says:

    Four-match ban for Evra

  4. Nuno says:

    South American countries, take note!

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