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The Scenes From Galatasaray's U19's Game Earlier Is Actually Insane

Jack Kenmare

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The Scenes From Galatasaray's U19's Game Earlier Is Actually Insane

A couple of weeks ago, a clip of Galatasaray's open training session at the Turk Telekom Stadium went viral.

The fans didn't disappoint for the entirety, lighting up the sky with their flares while making plenty of noise throughout. It really was something else.

The club captioned one of their posts on Twitter, "They call it The Hell. We call it heaven. Heaven of the yellow and red." and Manchester United fans will find the sentiment very reminiscent of their infamous Champions League match in Turkey in 1993.

Just look at the carnage at this TRAINING SESSION, for goodness sake:

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Now, another clip involving their dedicated fan base has emerged and it might be even better than the open training session - simply because they caused an absolute scene at Galatasaray's U19's game against Trabzonspor this week.

Seriously, you don't see this happen very often at youth level. In fact, you're lucky if there's a couple of hundred people at Premier League academy's.

Just check out the pyro here, wow.

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Galatasaray are currently one point ahead in the Super Lig table, as rivals Besiktas and Fenerbahce sit in third and fourth after 26 games played.

The Istanbul clubs don't get along too well and like to make a noise at the best of times but right now the Super Lig is one of the most competitive leagues in the top tier of European football.

Even the U19 games are getting a huge amount of coverage:

Unbelievable support!

Topics: Football News, Football, Super Lig, Galatasaray, Fans

Jack Kenmare
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