Ramazan Tavşancıoğlu

Ramazan Tavşancıoğlu

Football player infobox
playername= Ramazan Tavsancioglu
fullname = Ramazan Tavsancioglu
nickname = Rama

dateofbirth = birth date and age|1984|6|7
cityofbirth = Melbourne
countryofbirth = Australia
height = height|m=1.84
currentclub = South Melbourne
clubnumber = 14
position = defender
youthyears = 2002-2003
youthclubs = Melbourne Knights
years = 2003-2005
clubs = Ankaragücü
South Melbourne
Melbourne Victory
South Melbourne
caps(goals) = ? (?)
26 (2)
4 (0)
23 (1)
nationalyears =
nationalteam =
nationalcaps(goals) =
pcupdate = January 24, 2007
ntupdate =

Ramazan Tavsancioglu (Turkish: Ramazan Tavşancıoğlu) (born June 7, 1984 in Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian football (soccer) player of Turkish descent.

A youth player at the Melbourne Knights, in 2003 he received a two-week trial with Turkish Super League club Ankaragücü in his ancestral country of Turkey. After impressing coaching staff at the club he signed a four year deal. However, he left after just one year at the club after feeling unsettled, possibly due to the amount of managers the club received in that one year.

Upon returning to Australia, Tavsancioglu began playing with South Melbourne in the Victorian Premier League. Tavsancioglu was invited to join A-League club Melbourne Victory on a short term contract on December 30, 2005. He played four games as a reserve player for the Victory due to injuries to regular squad members, before recommencing his tenure with South Melbourne in the VPL, where he played in South Melbourne's victory over Altona Magic in the 2006 Grand Final.


* [http://www.mvfc.com.au/default.aspx?s=newsdisplay&id=3069 Ramazan Tavsancioglu Melbourne Victory profile]
* [http://aus.weltfussball.com/spieler_profil/ramazan-tavsancioglu/ Ramazan Tavsancioglu profile at Weltfussball.de]

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