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Gökhan Emreciksin

Gökhan Emreciksin
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 8 June 2011.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 29 September 2010

Gökhan Emreciksin (born 10 September 1984) is a Turkish professional footballer. He currently plays as a winger for Göztepe in the TFF First League.


Emreciksin transferred from Turkish Super League side Ankaragücü, in which he scored 7 goals in 39 appearances, and moved to Fenerbahçe on January 3, 2009, signing a 4,5 year contract. He was signed together with Abdülkadir Kayalı, also transferred from Ankaragücü.[1] He previously played for Turkish teams Boluspor and Bandırmaspor before moving on to Ankaragücü. He was brought up through the youth ranks of Istanbul Sinopspor also spending about 2 years in the Galatasaray youth team. Emreciksin was handed the number 20 shirt, which was last held by former Fenerbahçe captain Alex, who now is with Brazilian team Coritiba, he was sent to Kayserispor in Exchange of Mehmet Topuz and € 9 million.


His first and currently only call up to the Turkish national football team was on March 26, 2008 which was a friendly against the Belarus national football team.[2]


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