Coach watches match from crane after stadium ban

Hamit Isik hired a crane to lift him outside the stadium to watch his side play after he was given a ban


Coaches over the years have devised several ways of watching and passing instructions to their players during a stadium ban.

Hamit Isik  who is the manager of Corum Beledivespor devised of Turkey has however taken the stadium ban evasion to a new level.

Isik was hit with a 285-day ban by Turkey's Professional Football Disciplinary Board after confronting a referee which prevented him from watching his side's third division play-off fixture with Darcia Genclerbirligi.

Due to the match not being televised live, Isik devised a very funny way to watch his team play.

He hired a crane which was raised outside the stadium to watch the game.

Watch the video below:


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