Turkish season to start late
The Turkish FA have confirmed the new Super Lig season will begin over a month later than planned as a result of the match-fixing scandal that continues to grip the country.
The new campaign will now get under way on 9 September - pushed back from 7 August - allowing further time for authorities to investigate the corruption allegations.
Investigations included officials and players from a number of clubs and followed police raids across several cities.
Fenerbahce were crowned league champions last term, pipping Trabzonspor to the Super Lig title with a dramatic 4-3 win at Sivasspor on the final day.