[Sticky] Cebu FC
To Dynamic Herb Cebu, the goal is to build on its impressive showing last year, which yielded a place in the semi-finals. After a great debut that yielded a fourth-placed finish, the players and coaches from the team simply want to go further than that.
“This year we want to do better than last year’s Copa,” said club skipper Baris Tasci. “We are having some changes in the players’ lineup and the coaching staff but maybe around 70 to 80 percent, the players are still the same.”
Translated via Google Translate:
Football players Nazım Özcan, Arda Çınkır and Mert Altınöz, who play in the Hatayspor infrastructure, will run the ball in the PFL, the super league of the Philippines.
Hataspor continues to train young football players. Finally, the football players Nazım Özcan, Arda Çınkır and Mert Altınöz, who played in the infrastructure, were transferred to Cebu FC, the football club owned by the Hatay businessperson Uğur Taşçı. Mehmet Kakil, who is the coach of Hatayspor's infrastructure, and his assistant Levent Öztürk and Hatayspor Honorary President Lütfü Savaş came together and reported that these transfers took place.
Hatayspor Honorary President Lütfü Savaş stated that the transfer is a great opportunity for young football players to gain experience. Savaş said, "Dear sports fans, today is a very important day for Hatay and football. We are sending both coaches, assistant coaches and 3 athletes to the Cebu FC team of the Philippines. Uğur Taşçı, a business person from Hatay, is the owner of the team. They will coach the team. We are proud to send our youth from Hatay. Hatay football, Turkish football extends to the Philippines. I wish success to both our teachers and young people there," he said. Hatayspor Manager Aydın Toksöz and infrastructure manager Mithat Baklacı thanked President Savaş for their contributions and wished success to the transferred technical team and football players.