Türk Futbolu 85/86

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fenerbahCHE

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I only see it now. Thanks much..

Still missing 6 stickers on this album..:-(

One of the most impossible unopened sticker packs. Its a privilege even just to be able to see it.
 

fenerbahCHE

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I just came back to this topic and read your full story on the Turkish Albums. Impressive information on this local Panini history. The German distribution of the album among the Turkish Community is very interesting.

I wanted to point out sth. based on my own experience. This album is the oldest, very good looking and full of good old days. ( I learned a childhood friend that turned a player in Samsunspor through this album) but not the rarest it seems. The 1999 4-team album ( 4 Büyükler) seems to be the rarest for some pervert reason. But in terms finding loose stickers Türk futbolu 86 is definitely the rarest.

I used to work for the Media Conglomerate that published the 99 album jointly with Panini. I could have gotten into the archives where i would find this album, too late now..
 

Ceesmk

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Hi Ali @fenerbahCHE

Here is the 98/99; if you have informations about it, you're welcome! And I will sum up this on my FB page.
 

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fenerbahCHE

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Very good looking images. You probably know more then i do. I always liked the 4 sets of the puzzles: the emblem, the team , the gates + the inside views of the stadium. (except GS)

There is one detail that i never understood though, that i am sure you also noticed : Nowhere on the album you see the company name, no "Panini" at all. The only place you see the word Panini is in the back of the stickers. If you find an album all stuck and complete you wouldnt even know its a Panini album. I didnt know myself for a while that it was a panini album.

I wonder why.
 

Ceesmk

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Exactly! Maybe you can translate what is written on the backside.
As for me, I dislike the last stickers; they could propose other stickers for the best 11. They are almost the same (and sometimes the same) as the normal pages!
 

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fenerbahCHE

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Nothing significant in the translation but it goes like this :
"Dear fan, trade your doubles with your friends. You can find the stickers and the albums at the grocery stores, stationaries, newspaper dealers and toyshops. You also have the chance to trade your doubles. Detailed information is in a form in the album."

I wonder if they meant trading the doubles in the shops or sending them with the form to get missing ones, not clear. Either way its unusual it seems.

I think i have also a German album, i will check if its a werbeexemplar or some other sticker.

You are so correct about those last stickers in the 99 album, very boring. Not a hint of creativity. But with your images i see that they are not 100% identical - at least.

I am adding another turkish label. I am sure this was a sister company or old name of ekip or sth. Also an advertisement in the back cover of an F1 album. I like this kind of side items. Needless to say i bought the F1 album for that ad.
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dantzig

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In these times of almost boredom and quietness, I enjoyed reading both @Ceesmk and @fenerbahCHE posts :)

Lovely old albums from turkish superleague... Who said 4-stickers puzzle was not fun, when it's about shiny logos? ;)
 

fenerbahCHE

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Thanks , good looking together.

Of course your other (moving) photo of all your albums piled per country is beyond impressive, and i am sure each pile was chronological.
 

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