Kasımpaşa predictions with latest odds and stats
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After years of switching between the first and second-tier leagues, Kaspimpasa have finally reached a point where they could earnestly be called a regular of the Super Lig.
They first went through a sharp rise to prominence following the 2011/12 season and the subsequent promotion. For a time, they hovered around 6th place, though those times seem distant nowadays.
The 2018/19 season was a particular disappointment with the 14th placement. They improved the overall impression last year and made it up to 10th, though. Still, this highlights a bit of a problem with consistency, which is a problem for Super Lig betting. In terms of outright Super Lig betting odds, the only available option with most bookies is egregious To Win bet at odds of 251.
Kasimpasa Key Players
Irfan Buz, the team’s new manager, might be angling for new, more ambitious goals in the coming 2020/21 season.
While last year they made precious little changes to the lineup and found limited success, Buz re-thought most of the current roster. The team seems to be adopting a more defensive strategy, which is common for league underdogs.
Florent Hadergjonaj is one of the summer’s bigger additions – the right-back joined for an as-of-yet undisclosed fee. Other new defenders include wingback Oussama Haddadi and centre-back Julian Jeanvier, who was loaned from Brentford. These changes make a lot of sense, given the team’s score record for the previous season. The 53 goals scored is quite respectable, but the 58 concessions were far from it.
As such, key members of the attacking formation are still around. This includes attacking midfielder Haris Hajradinovic and winger Yusuf Erdogan.
Kasimpasa’s greatest rivals from a historical point of view are Fatih Karagumruk, and the two clubs contest what is known as the District Derby in Istanbul. However, Fatih Karagumruk currently compete in TFF 1. Lig, and the last time they played in the top tier was in 1983/84, when Kasimpasa competed at Amateur Level. And given Kasimpasa’s current knack for Super Lig survival, it seems they won’t be facing each other on the pitch for a while yet.
The club was founded back in 1921 in Altintug. They joined the Istanbul First League in 1939 for the first time, and played there until the current TFF system was established in 1959, when they were immediately admitted to the Super Lig. However, they were relegated in 1965, and their road their led through some rough patches, including a five-year spell at Amateur Level, from 1979 to ’84.
The club returned to the Super Lig again in 2007, and after a few more tumbles, they managed to grab a firm foothold in the top flight and they aren’t letting go.
One of the more interesting facts about this club is that their stadium is named after the current president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The controversial politician, an unpopular figure in most European countries, comes from Kasimpasa in the Beyoglu district on the European side of Istanbul. Erdogan played football in his youth, and the people of Kasimpasa are obviously proud of the fact that one of their own now leads the country.
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