Muhammet Demir

Muhammet Demir ( born January 10, 1992, Trabzon, Turkey) is a Turkish football player.



Demir began with the club football in the youth of Karadeniz Ereglispor. With this club he took part in a youth tournament and fell there on several talent scouts. The Turkish first division side Bursaspor responded to first and got the talent, 2005 in his youth. In summer 2007, Demir then received a professional contract, but continued to play exclusively for the youth and reserve teams.

During the winter break of the season 2008/ 09 Ertuğrul Sağlam took over Bursaspor at the office of the head coach. As one of his first acts involved he got some talent from the youth department as Eren Albayrak, Serdar Aziz and Muhammet Demir in the professional squad. These talents trained henceforth addition to her work in the youth and reserve teams also with the pros and sat in some league games of the professionals on the bench. So Demir gave penultimate matchday of the 2008/09 season at home against Gaziantepspor on 24 May 2009, his pro debut. He came on in the 86th minute for Veli Acar.

In the next season Demir continued to train with the pros and completed a league and a cup match for his team. His team led almost the entire season in the Super Lig and delivered himself up to the last match with Fenerbahce a thrilling head-to -head race which was decided for themselves. By -won championship you wrote Turkish football history by Trabzonspor after the second Anatolian club was one who could break the championship hegemony of the big three Istanbul clubs Fenerbahce, Galatasaray and Beşiktaş. Demir counted as part of the champion team as the entire team to one of the most legendary players in his club. In the first weeks of the season 2009/10 Demir was suspended along with Eren Albayrak from the Squad. The team boss Sağlam justified this decision by saying that both players were noticed in the players of the reserve league due to unsportsmanlike conduct against the other players.

During the winter break of the season 2010/2011 Turkish first division side Gaziantepspor Demir moved to. In return, joined Ahmet Arı Gaziantepspor to Bursaspor. In Gaziantepspor Demir came to the end of the season in two league games to two short sessions. In the new season, he came in the qualifying match for the UEFA Europa League against Legia Warsaw on a short-term mission and was then no longer considered by head coach Tolunay Kafka. After Kafka had resigned after the 4th match, from his office, Abdullah Ercan took over as coach. This trainer, with the Demir worked already in the Turkish youth national teams, let Demir in the league game against Gençlerbirliği 7 Round Ankara play in the starting lineup. Demir scored two goals in this game and prepared one before. He was instrumental in the 3-0 victory of his team, has been chosen by many magazines named player of the game day and thus achieved the hoped-for breakthrough by him. In the encounter of next game against the Turkish giants Galatasaray Demir also played from the beginning. In this section Demir succeeded in the 1-1 draw his team. Demir turned it a deep cross from the left with a backheel a goal and achieved one of the most prestigious goal of the game day. In the rest of the season go Demir another 7 league goals, so that he became the top scorer of his team with 10 hits. His performance in the 2011/12 season meant that at the time was 19 - jährigeDemir considered by many journalists as a striker hope. In the game the 12th Round of the 2012/13 season against Kayserispor Demir suffered a torn ACL and fell the rest of the season. Demir celebrated on Matchday 1 of the 2013/14 season in the away match against Galatasaray his comeback. In this game, he came on in the 67th minute and scored with a bicycle kick the first goal of his team for the 1:2 final score. This gate was chosen by many newspapers to the gate of the match.


  • Turkish champions: 2010
  • Spor Toto Cup: 2012
  • Semi-finalist of the U-17 Football Championship: 2008
  • Participants in the U-17 Football Championship: 2008, 2009
  • Quarter-finalists of the U-17 World Cup: 2009