Şenes Erzik (born 18 September 1942, Turkey) is the vice president of the Union of European Football Associations UEFA since 1994.
He is an official club member of Fenerbahce SK
He first got involved in football in 1977 when he was brought onto the board of the Turkish Football Federation (TFF). He was elected as the president in 1989, a position he held for eight years until he passed the torch to Haluk Ulusoy. After this he concentrated on his position in UEFA, where he has served since 1990. He has been a UEFA vice president since 1994, and holds a position as the honorary president of the TFF.
His statements on 2011 Match-Fixing Scandal in Turkey
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