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 By Ian Holyman

Samir Nasri will only return to Marseille in coaching role, not as a player

Samir Nasri left Manchester City for Turkish club Antalyaspor in the summer.

Samir Nasri has ruled out returning to play for Marseille, but told Canal+ that he could one day take up a coaching role.

Nasri made his name with his hometown club before leaving for Arsenal in 2008. Despite subsequent moves to Manchester City, Sevilla and his current team, Turkish outfit Antalyaspor, he has been continually linked with a switch back to Marseille.

The former France international admitted he had been contacted by OM this summer, but ruled out a comeback.

"We talked, but it didn't...

Tony Popovic will find Turkey 'tough' says Socceroos MF James Troisi

Jason Dasey and Nick Ward give their early thoughts and predictions ahead of the 2017/18 A-League.
Tomi Juric was on the scoresheet as Australia now are made to wait over their 2018 World Cup hopes.
Australia's Tomi Juric feels his side could have easily won by five goals and now anxiously await Japan's result.
Mile Jedinak returns to Australia's squad set to face Syria, while Nikita Ruka Rukavytsya rejoins after a 3-year absence.

Australia midfielder James Troisi says that if Tony Popovic can make it in Turkey, he can make it anywhere.

And the Socceroos playmaker would know, having spent four years of his career in the country's unforgiving top tier.

If spells at Genclerberligi and Kayserispor taught Troisi anything about the fate of Western Sydney's suddenly departed coach, it's that Popovic's transition from A-League heavyweights to Super Lig battlers Karabukspor promises to be a baptism of fire.

"I don't know what his...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tony Popovic quits Western Sydney to join Turkey's Karabukspor

Jason Dasey and Nick Ward give their early thoughts and predictions ahead of the 2017/18 A-League.
Tim Cahill discusses his new role with Australia and praises Thailand's resilience in their World Cup Qualifier.
Tomi Juric was on the scoresheet as Australia now are made to wait over their 2018 World Cup hopes.
Australia's Tomi Juric feels his side could have easily won by five goals and now anxiously await Japan's result.
Mile Jedinak returns to Australia's squad set to face Syria, while Nikita Ruka Rukavytsya rejoins after a 3-year absence.

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Tony Popovic quit the A-League club on Sunday just five days before the start of the new season.

After five seasons at the Wanderers, Popovic will join Turkish club Karabukspor.

After finishing 12th in the Turkish top flight last season, Karabukspor have made a disastrous start to their 2017-18 campaign, with one win in their first seven games.

The former Australia international defender replaces Erkan Sözeri, who quit with the club sitting third from bottom in...

 By Eren Sarigul

Fenerbahce-Besiktas: View from Istanbul after five sent off in derby

Besiktas' Ricardo Quaresma reacts to referee during Istanbul derby against Fenerbahce
Ricardo Quaresma was one of five players sent off in a fiery Istanbul derby between Fenerbahce and Besiktas

Istanbul derbies are always heated affairs and while the "Intercontinental Derby" between Galatasaray and Fenerbahce has international notoriety, there is a new contender in town as the Besiktas-Fenerbahce derby has now emerged as a worthy competitor.

After this weekend's wild 2-1 result in which five players were sent off, Eren Sarigul explains its explosion in both popularity and entertainment.

Why are they such big rivals?

Besiktas and Fenerbahce have always been rivals but the sheer...

 By Eren Sarigul

Besiktas' Cenk Tosun open to England move despite Crystal Palace failed bid

Cenk Tosun Besiktas
Cenk Tosun has reportedly attracted interest among a number of Premier League sides.

Besiktas striker Cenk Tosun has told ESPN FC that Crystal Palace failed in a bid to sign him this summer, but added he would like to move to the Premier League one day.

Palace made Besiktas a €13.5 million offer on the final day of the transfer window for Tosun, 26, but saw the bid knocked back by the Turkish club.

"Crystal Palace offered €13.5m on transfer deadline day," Tosun said. "Had they made the bid a week earlier I would be playing in the Premier League right now. I would only...