Brazilian footballer Alex de Sousa revealed today his decision to leave the Turkish club Fenerbahce, where he played since 2004. "It was the saddest signing my life," said the South American in a brief statement Overall, one of the two most successful European nation.
Fenerbahce lost a player, but has gained a follower, said on his twitter account team captain blue-yellow. Alex made ​​the decision after all Turkish made ​​public on its website the separation of player in the squad, apparently indefinitely and without giving reasons. According to the Turkish press, the Brazilian coach Aykut Kocaman, and took several months with many differences and had even criticized the footballer the technician on twitter not let him play. But a sanction imposed by Kocaman finally align the fans of the club for the striker, one of the most popular players of Turkey and former member of the Brazilian national team from 1998 to 2005, plus Fenerbahce captain since 2007. Nevertheless, the team management has unanimously backed the coach, said the Turkish station NTV. Having participated in more than 330 games, the South American is legendary for Turkish fans, even erected last September, in Istanbul, a statue dedicated to the player.