For the 11th time in his career, Turkish wrestler Kaya Alp wins the European Championship

For the 11th time in his career, Turkish wrestler Kaya Alp wins the European Championship Turkish athlete Reza Kaya Alp won the gold medal in the 130 kg category at the European Roman Wrestling Championships in Hungary, for the 11th time.  Turkish athlete Reza Kaya Alp won the gold medal in the 130 kg category at the European Roman Wrestling Championships in Hungary, for the 11th time.  Kaya Alp beat his Italian opponent, Danila Sotnikov, 4-0, to win the gold medal.   Thus, Kaya Alp won the European Wrestling Championship for the 11th time in its history, maintaining his record as the most Turkish player crowned with European championships.  Kaya Alp also won four world championships, finished second in an Olympic championship, and third in two Olympic championships.

Turkish athlete Reza Kaya Alp won the gold medal in the 130 kg category at the European Roman Wrestling Championships in Hungary, for the 11th time.

Turkish athlete Reza Kaya Alp won the gold medal in the 130 kg category at the European Roman Wrestling Championships in Hungary, for the 11th time.

Kaya Alp beat his Italian opponent, Danila Sotnikov, 4-0, to win the gold medal.


Thus, Kaya Alp won the European Wrestling Championship for the 11th time in its history, maintaining his record as the most Turkish player crowned with European championships.

Kaya Alp also won four world championships, finished second in an Olympic championship, and third in two Olympic championships.

Some of them congratulated in Arabic How did international stars and clubs interact with the advent of Ramadan? With most Arab and Islamic countries declaring Saturday the first day of the blessed month of Ramadan, a number of football stars and international clubs congratulated Muslims on the advent of the holy month.  Muslim players and European clubs posted, through their official accounts on social media, special congratulations to Muslims in different languages, including Arabic.  The German star, of Turkish origin, Mesut Ozil, was one of the first to congratulate, as he tweeted in Arabic, Turkish and English, congratulating Muslims on the month of Ramadan, and posted a picture of him on his accounts on the communication sites wearing a jacket with Ramadan Kareem written on it.   And the former star of the French national team and Bayern Munich, Franck Ribery in French, congratulated Muslims on the advent of Ramadan, and called for fasting and prayer to be accepted from them.   As for the Frenchman, Paul Pogba, the star of Manchester United, he tweeted through his account on Twitter and blessed Muslims during the month of Ramadan.   At the level of international clubs, the Spanish club Real Madrid participated in congratulating Muslims in Arabic, and said: "From the Real Madrid family, we congratulate you on the blessed month of Ramadan, and happy new year."  While the English club Arsenal wished a "safe and blessed life" for everyone who celebrates this month, while the Italian club AC Milan, wrote in its tweet, "Ramadan Mubarak, and we hope that this month brings prosperity and joy to all our fans."

Some of them congratulated in Arabic How did international stars and clubs interact with the advent of Ramadan?

With most Arab and Islamic countries declaring Saturday the first day of the blessed month of Ramadan, a number of football stars and international clubs congratulated Muslims on the advent of the holy month.

Muslim players and European clubs posted, through their official accounts on social media, special congratulations to Muslims in different languages, including Arabic.

The German star, of Turkish origin, Mesut Ozil, was one of the first to congratulate, as he tweeted in Arabic, Turkish and English, congratulating Muslims on the month of Ramadan, and posted a picture of him on his accounts on the communication sites wearing a jacket with Ramadan Kareem written on it.

And the former star of the French national team and Bayern Munich, Franck Ribery in French, congratulated Muslims on the advent of Ramadan, and called for fasting and prayer to be accepted from them.

As for the Frenchman, Paul Pogba, the star of Manchester United, he tweeted through his account on Twitter and blessed Muslims during the month of Ramadan.


At the level of international clubs, the Spanish club Real Madrid participated in congratulating Muslims in Arabic, and said: "From the Real Madrid family, we congratulate you on the blessed month of Ramadan, and happy new year."

While the English club Arsenal wished a "safe and blessed life" for everyone who celebrates this month, while the Italian club AC Milan, wrote in its tweet, "Ramadan Mubarak, and we hope that this month brings prosperity and joy to all our fans."
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