Celaleddin Koçak (born 24 November 1977 in West Berlin, West Germany) is a Turkish footballer. He began his career at Tennis Borussia Berlin but found little success there. Like many young footballers born to Turkish immigrant parents in Germany, he tried his chances by joining a Turkish team. In December 1999, he decided to join Altay S.K. of İzmir. Six months later he had been impressive enough to earn a place at Süper Lig side MKE Ankaragücü. He stayed there for two years, joining Diyarbakırspor in 2002. Here he helped the newly promoted side to remain in the top division.

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  • Celaleddin Koçak (* 24. November 1977 in Berlin) ist ein ehemaliger türkischer Fußballspieler. Koçak besitzt die deutsche Staatsbürgerschaft. Die ersten Jahre spielte er beim BSC Kickers 1900 in Berlin. In der C-Jugend wechselte er zu Türkiyemspor. Seine Profikarriere begann bei Tennis Borussia Berlin, dort spielte er in der Regionalliga und 2. Bundesliga. Wie so viele junge türkische Fußballspieler, die in Deutschland aufgewachsen sind, wechselte Koçak in die Türkei. Im Dezember 1999 unterschrieb Koçak einen Vertrag bei Altay İzmir. Durch seine guten Leistungen bei Altay wechselte er im Sommer 2000 zu MKE Ankaragücü. Das war sein erster Verein, der in der Süper Lig spielte. 2 Jahre lang trug Celaleddin Koçak das Trikot Ankaragücüs. 2002 wechselte er zur Diyarbakirspor in die zweite türkische Liga. Er hatte damals erheblichen Anteil am Aufstieg der Mannschaft in die erste Liga. Im Jahr 2003 ging Koçak zu Malatyaspor. Im UEFA-Pokal erzielte er beim FC Basel am 15. Oktober 2003 zwei Tore. 2004 wechselte Koçak mit seinem Trainer Ziya Doğan von Malatyaspor zu Trabzonspor. Schon im ersten Jahr in Trabzon wurde er Vize-Meister. Am 12. Januar 2008 wurde sein Vertrag bei Trabzonspor aufgelöst. Mit Ablauf der Saison 2009/10 beendete Koçak beim Ligakonkurrenten Diyarbakirspor seine Profi-Karriere. Für die Türkei hat Koçak am 18. Februar 1998 ein U21-Länderspiel gegen Rumänien bestritten. Am 10. Dezember 2003 spielte er in einem A2-Länderspiel für die Türkei gegen Schottland. Am 30. April 2003 war er im Aufgebot der A2 der Türkei gegen Deutschland, wurde aber nicht eingesetzt. (de)
  • Celaleddin Koçak (born 24 November 1977 in West Berlin, West Germany) is a Turkish footballer. He began his career at Tennis Borussia Berlin but found little success there. Like many young footballers born to Turkish immigrant parents in Germany, he tried his chances by joining a Turkish team. In December 1999, he decided to join Altay S.K. of İzmir. Six months later he had been impressive enough to earn a place at Süper Lig side MKE Ankaragücü. He stayed there for two years, joining Diyarbakırspor in 2002. Here he helped the newly promoted side to remain in the top division. In summer 2003, Koçak joined Malatyaspor and it was here that he really made a name for himself. As well as helping Malatyaspor to a mid table place, he was particularly impressive in their performances in the UEFA Cup. The next year, he joined Ziya Doğan, who had brought him to Malatyaspor a year earlier, at Trabzonspor. Again, he established himself in the team from the beginning and became a regular as Trabzonspor finished as runners up in the league. Koçak in a left sided player who can alternate between defence and midfield. At Trabzonspor, he was used primarily in defence. His abilities lie in his power and speed which help him to make forward runs as well as defending effectively. (en)
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  • Celaleddin Koçak (born 24 November 1977 in West Berlin, West Germany) is a Turkish footballer. He began his career at Tennis Borussia Berlin but found little success there. Like many young footballers born to Turkish immigrant parents in Germany, he tried his chances by joining a Turkish team. In December 1999, he decided to join Altay S.K. of İzmir. Six months later he had been impressive enough to earn a place at Süper Lig side MKE Ankaragücü. He stayed there for two years, joining Diyarbakırspor in 2002. Here he helped the newly promoted side to remain in the top division. (en)
  • Celaleddin Koçak (* 24. November 1977 in Berlin) ist ein ehemaliger türkischer Fußballspieler. Koçak besitzt die deutsche Staatsbürgerschaft. Die ersten Jahre spielte er beim BSC Kickers 1900 in Berlin. In der C-Jugend wechselte er zu Türkiyemspor. Seine Profikarriere begann bei Tennis Borussia Berlin, dort spielte er in der Regionalliga und 2. Bundesliga. Wie so viele junge türkische Fußballspieler, die in Deutschland aufgewachsen sind, wechselte Koçak in die Türkei. Im Dezember 1999 unterschrieb Koçak einen Vertrag bei Altay İzmir. Durch seine guten Leistungen bei Altay wechselte er im Sommer 2000 zu MKE Ankaragücü. Das war sein erster Verein, der in der Süper Lig spielte. 2 Jahre lang trug Celaleddin Koçak das Trikot Ankaragücüs. 2002 wechselte er zur Diyarbakirspor in die zweite türkis (de)
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