Rustu Recber Biography

Rustu Recber Biography
Rustu Recber 

Rüştü Reçber (born in Korkuteli, Antalya, Turkey, May 10, 1973, age 38 years) is a Turkish national soccer player who has defended the club Besiktas. He had defended the main clubs like Antalyaspor, Fenerbahçe, FC Barcelona, and Fenerbahçe.
In the Turkish national team, he played 119 times. Best result is to bring his country to win three FIFA World Cup 2002.

Having run aground in the semifinal against Germany, Turkey goalkeeper Rustu Recber was soon decided to retire from the international arena.

35-year-old goalkeeper has previously been announced would consider retirement when Euro 2008 is over. After Turkey lost 2-3 to Germany in the semifinals, the decision to resign from the international game Besiktas players is becoming more stable.

"I will end my international career, where I found the pride, glory and honor for 14 years. I want to say thank you to all who have helped me," said Recber media as reported by media on Thursday (6/26/2008).

In Turkey, Recber is not a player's name in vain. He is listed as the owner of the most caps for a total of 118 matches. Including when to bring Turkey took third in the 2002 World Cup.

In Euro 2008, is actually not the first choice Recber coach Fatih Terim. But lucky ", Volkan Demirel got a red card suspension from the time he gets beat Czech Republic 3-2. Former Barcelona player was also was asked to become the last bastion of defense of Turkey.

But unfortunately, even a hero in the penalty shootout round when Turkey beat Croatia 3-1, (1-1). Recber must acknowledge the greatness of Germany in the semifinals when Philipp Lahm successfully deceiving in the 90th minute

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