Emre Belözoğlu is a Turkish professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Fenerbahçe. A playmaker, his past clubs include Galatasaray, Inter Milan, Newcastle United, Atlético Madrid and Fenerbahçe. Belözoğlu has been a part of the Turkish national team since 2000, earning over 100 caps and helping the team to the semi-finals at the 2002 World Cup and at Euro 2008. Pelé named him in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 greatest living footballers as a part of FIFA's centenary celebrations.
About Emre Belozoglu
Midfielder who spent the first five years of his professional career with Galatasaray before going on to play for Internazionale, Newcatley United, Atletico Madrid and Fenerbahce. He became a member of the Turkish national team in 2000.
His father was a professional soccer player as well, and for that reason his mother did not want him to play the sport himself.
He found himself in trouble on several occasions for allegedly using racial slurs against opposing players.
He had a son with his wife, Tugba Gurevin.
He left Atletico Madrid in 2012, a year before David Villa was signed by the team.
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- Footballers from Istanbul
- Turkish expatriate footballers
- UEFA Euro 2008 players
- Fenerbahçe S.K. footballers
- Galatasaray S.K. footballers
- Turkey under-21 international footballers
- Turkey international footballers
- Atlético Madrid footballers
- Turkey youth international footballers