Lokman Bekdemir

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Personal Information
Full name Lokman Bekdemir
Country  Nederland
Role Player
Position Defender/Wingback
Best Prestation HTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalfGrey.png
Club Information
Current club Suriname Rode Ster Paramaribo
Senior Clubs
Global Seasons Team GP (goals)
46-46 Nederland Bierdupkes _0_(0)
46-46 Italia Dopey85 _3_(1)
46-55 France Lespoypoy _58_(11)
55-62 Polska TS ROGER _105_(14)
62-64 Portugal Braço Prata FC _20_(2)
64-64 Schweiz Ballbuben Bleienbach _1_(0)
63-67 Suriname Rode Ster Paramaribo _39_(0)
Coach
Global Seasons Team Games
69- Suriname Rode Ster Paramaribo _65

Lokman Bekdemir (Rotterdam,  Nederland, born Season 28) is a Dutch former football player and current coach, who is the current coach of Rode Ster Paramaribo. As a player, he was a Defender and Wingback.

Early career[edit]

Bekdemir was recruited from the youth scouting network of his local Rotterdam team Bierdupkes in season 46, but never played there: he was transferred immediately to Dopey85 in Italy, where he would receive his first training. He even managed to play a few first-team matches, before he was transferred to Lespoypoy in France.

Career at Lespoypoy[edit]

Bekdemir really broke through as a first team player at the end of season 47, at his new team Lespoypoy in Lyon, France. He played a few matches in that season, and celebrated promotion to 7th division in season 48, only to relegate again to 8th division two seasons later. Season 50, a season in which he played less then before, his team promoted again to 7th division, and two seasons later, even to 6th division.

Although Lokman Bekdemir never broke through as a certainty for the first team, he managed to play the majority of the matches of the first team throughout seasons 51 to 53, mostly as a winger. At the end of that season, he increasingly got replaced by new, younger recruit, until he was finally sold in early season 55.

Career at TS ROGER[edit]

Lokman Bekdemir moved to TS Roger in Wrocław, Poland, where he would immediately become a key player on the wing. The team had been freshly promoted to division VII, and Bekdemir helped them immediately to a 3th place in the division, and a promotion playoff that was narrowly lost. The very next season, Bekdemir helped secure a 2nd place and immediate promotion to division 6, the season afterwards he helped the team win the demotion playoff after finishing 5th in division VI.438.

During season 59, Bekdemir was retrained to start playing as a wingback, instead of as a winger. His team perfectioned counter tactics, and Bekdemir's speed, tactical insight and accurate passing made him a perfect match on the right wing back. He continued on that position as a first team player until late season 61, and was sold at the beginning of season 62.

Portugal and Switzerland[edit]

Bekdemir was transferred to Ballbuben Bleienbach in Bleienbach, Switzerland, but would only play one single game there before being transferred outside Europe, to newly refounded Rode Ster Paramaribo.

Career at Rode Ster Paramaribo[edit]

First Team Player[edit]

Noah Wessel was recruited to Rode Ster Paramaribo at the end of Season 63 to support the defence of the team, and to become a future coach. He became the team's coach in early Season 65. From his recruitment on, he played most games of the team. During Season 66, Wessel was replaced as a player by new recruits, and focussed only on his coaching. He officially retired as a player in season 67, and started as an assistent coach to Noah Wessel.

Seasons Overview at Rode Ster Paramaribo[edit]

This tabel gives an overview of the matches Noah Wessel played through the seasons.

League Cup Total
Season League App. Goals App. Goals App. Goals
64 III.3 12 0 5 0 17 0
65 III.3 14 0 4 0 18 0
66 III.3 0 0 3 0 3 0
Total 26 0 12 0 38 0

Coaching carreer[edit]

Bekdemir started as a coach in Season 69, when his team Rode Ster Paramaribo had just promoted to the Hoofdklasse.



Rode Ster Paramaribo
Seasons: 52 - 53 - 63 - 64 - 65 - 66 - 67 - 68 - 69 - 70 - 71 - 72 - 73 - ...
See Also
Lunacharsky - Rode Ster Paramaribo - Red Star Brussels - Red Star Tunis