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Bülent on Galatasaray's 'biggest game'

Published: Saturday 3 November 2012, 13.21CET
"This is Galatasaray's biggest game this season," Bülent Korkmaz told UEFA.com as he looks ahead to their Group H trip to CFR 1907 Cluj in our latest quick-fire interview.
Published: Saturday 3 November 2012, 13.21CET

Bülent on Galatasaray's 'biggest game'

"This is Galatasaray's biggest game this season," Bülent Korkmaz told UEFA.com as he looks ahead to their Group H trip to CFR 1907 Cluj in our latest quick-fire interview.

With just one point from three UEFA Champions League Group H fixtures, Galatasaray AŞ visit CFR 1907 Cluj on Wednesday in what their former defender Bülent Korkmaz told UEFA.com is a "make or break" game.

Bülent is better placed than most to comment on Fatih Terim's side, having made over 400 appearances for the Istanbul club between 1986 and 2005 as well as winning 102 caps for Turkey during an established playing career.

However, with elimination from the competition a distinct possibility, the 43-year-old knows it is now or never for Galatasaray. "It will be make or break," he said. "It will be a decisive game to see if Galatasaray will continue playing in the Champions League. This is Galatasaray's most important game this season."

To watch the full interview, click play in the video box above.

Last updated: 27/11/12 4.37CET

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