Turkey's coach Fatih Terim is seen during the match. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
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Turkish national team coach Fatih Terim resigned Wednesday, the country's football federation said, less than two weeks after he was reportedly involved in a fight at a kebab house.Terim, a talented central defender, played for the Turkish national team for 10 years from 1975-1985 . He managed top Istanbul team Galatasaray from 1996 to 2000, winning the league four years in succession, and guided them to victory over Arsenal in the 2000 UEFA Cup final.Former Fiorentina and AC Milan boss Terim has been consistently linked to a return to Galatasaray amid the team's current struggles.
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