Aziz Behich Biography
Aziz Behich was born on 16th December 1990, he is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a left back and left winger for Süper Lig club Bursaspor.
Aziz Behich Melbourne Victory
Behich made his debut for Melbourne’s first-team on 16 January 2010, in the 2009–10 A-League season, where he was substituted on to the field in the 83rd minute for Carlos Hernández in a 6–2 win against Perth Glory. His second appearance was on 23 January 2010, where he was substituted onto the field in the 91st minute, again for Carlos Hernández, in a 2–0 win against Adelaide United.
Despite Matthew Theodore being the only player to sign from Melbourne’s youth-team to its first-team in 2009, as of 2010 Behich was the only youth player to gain a first-team appearance and consecutive first-team appearances.
It was then announced, in January 2010, that Behich was named in Melbourne’s 2010 AFC Champions League squad. He was substituted on during the second half of the 2009–2010 A-League Grand Final when Melbourne lost on penalties to Sydney, and is notable for the narrowest miss of the match, which could have been the winner. Behich then signed to Hume City in the Victorian Premier League during the A-League off-season.
Aziz Behich Hume City
Behich debuted for Hume City in a 2–2 draw against Northcote City on 16 May 2010. Scoring on debut, he netted Hume city’s second goal on 81 minutes. He appeared 5 more times for the side, departing from the club in June, as they finished in second spot of the Victorian Premier League table.
Aziz Behich Melbourne Heart
By July 2010 he trialled with the Melbourne Heart squad where he took part in a round of warm up matches that the club played, including a 2–0 defeat against Everton. Behich, shortly after trialling with Melbourne Heart, signed a 7-week deal with the club as an injury replacement player for Kristian Sarkies until October 2010. After Dean Heffernan received a red card, Behich slotted into the starting lineup to cover his position, and started most games afterwards.
On 25 October 2010, he signed a full-time contract with the Melbourne Heart, becoming the first player to play for both Melbourne Victory and Melbourne Heart. At Heart, he was developed into more of a defensive player, a left back or left winger, as opposed to the striker position he played at Victory. He was the first player to be sent off in a Melbourne derby, given his second yellow in the very first encounter between the clubs, which Heart won 2–1.
In January Behich was awarded the A-League Young Footballer of the month. It was reported on 28 January 2012 by the Dutch media that Behich had attracted the interest of Eredivisie club Excelsior and Bundesliga 2 sides VFL Bochum and Eintracht Frankfurt.
Excelsior manager John Lammers spoke of his interest in the exciting youngster to Rotterdam newspapers Algemeen Dagblad and NRC Handelsblad. “We are looking to bring Aziz to the club, he’s an exceptional talent who we’ve been watching.”
Aziz Behich Bursaspor
On 29 January 2013, Behich signed to Turkish Süper Lig club Bursaspor. On 11 March 2013, Aziz Behich made his Turkish Süper Lig debut for Bursaspor against Fenerbahçe as a 69th-minute substitute for Tuncay Şanlı. On 4 March 2016, Behich signed three-year extension to his contract with Bursaspor, which was due to expire in May.
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Aziz Behich Fifa 18
His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 74 with a potential of 75. Behich has got a 3-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his left foot. His workrates are High / Medium. Behich’s height is 170 cm and his weight is estimated at 66 kg according to our database. Currently, Aziz Behich is playing with numbers 16 and 23. His best stats are: Acceleration: 84, Balance: 84, Agility: 84, Sprint Speed: 83, Stamina: 82.
Aziz Behich Parents
Behich is of Turkish Cypriot origin, son of immigrants to Australia from Cyprus. His father is Yasar Behc but the name of his mother is unknown.
Aziz Behich Salary
Behich’s annual salary is estimated to over €880,000 with a weekly salary of € 17,000 which he receives playing for Turkish club, Bursaspor and has a current market worth in the region of £2.48 million as of 2018. Looking his playing career combined with his assets, his net-worth is assumed to be above $ 1.5 million.
Aziz Behich Current Teams
#23 / Defender
- Australia national football team
#16 / Defender
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Aziz Behich Galatasaray
Galatasaray, Bursaspor’dan Aziz Behich’ya will offer to deal with Asamoah in the transfer of the left bek.
30.12.2017 (Kral SPOR)
If Jim-Bom can not bring Asamoah, we will go to the table with Bursaspor for Aziz Behich. This season, green-white uniform with 15 league games with 5 goals scored on the attention of the 27-year-old defensive playmaker coach Fatih Terim’in learned a lot liked.
Terim was reported to give instructions for this transfer, according to Asamoah. Behich, who is wearing Australian national team form, has a contract with Bursaspor until May 31, 2019.
Aziz Behich Nationality
Behich is of Turkish Cypriot origin, son of immigrants to Australia from Cyprus.
Aziz Behich Girlfriend/ Wife
‘I actually proposed to Rose not long ago. Just out of Bursa is a mountain called Uludag, where a lot of celebrities and other people go in the winter to ski or just be in the snow.
Once you’re up there, you get a great view of the city. It takes a good 15 or 20 minutes to get up there on the world’s longest gondola lift, and I actually proposed up there in the snow, which caught her off-guard
It was kind of funny. Just as I was about to do it, this snowstorm came in. She was saying, ‘What are you doing?’ I said, ‘Keep quiet for a second!’ I was nervous as I knelt down in the snow. It was a pretty
special moment. I’m just happy she said yes, really.’
Aziz Behich News
Jun 12 2018 (FFT)
Socceroos left-back Aziz Behich is confident the form he has displayed with Turkish Super Lig side Bursaspor can be transferred onto the world stage in their opening game of Russia 2018. Australia are set to face France on Saturday night (8pm AEST) and could line-up against Ousmane Dembele, Kylian Mbappe or Antoine Griezmann in Kazan.
Behich played 31 games for Bursapor and has featured in the last four warm-up games for Australia. He said the experience of playing against world-class opposition in the Super Lig has made him more comfortable for the game against France.
“It’s been a few good seasons in a tough league in Turkey,” Behich said on Tuesday.
“I’m at that age where I’m experienced enough to step up for the national team and it’s always been a goal of mine to represent my country. At the same time to have the opportunity to be at a World Cup.
“It’s something special. I’m really excited, I’m coming off a good season in Turkey and I’m in career-best form at the moment. If I’m called upon, I’m ready to go.”
The 27 year-old showed no signs of nerves on Tuesday and showed faith in Bert van Marwijk’s collective team mentality. And Behich had no doubts they would take it to the French in their opening game of Group C.
“We’re going to go out there and put in a good performance, I’m pretty confident in that,” he said.
“I can see it on the pitch every day that we’re building as a team and I can see our players are improving, so I just want to get out there and I’m raring to go.
“It’s 11 v 11, so I’m not afraid of anybody. We’ve got great players as well, the most important thing is we all know each other’s strengths after the last few weeks in camp.”
Socceroo midfielder Massimo Luongo said on Monday that they needed to take their chances when they came, but was also confident they would create opportunities. Behich said they had the speed and quality to hurt France in front of goal.
“They’ve got a whole lot of quality with their individuals on the pitch, but at the end of the day, it’s a team sport, we’ve got a good team and we’re going to try and become a great team,” Behich added.
“That’s one thing Bert has brought into us – a team always ends up winning the game, so it’s the mentality we’re trying to bring about and we’re improving every day on the pitch.
“Once we go out there, it’s a team against a team and of course individuals can change the game, but if we’re a good team, we have a high chance of getting a result.”