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Here’s what to know about them.
Jordan 12: Jordan 12 is the only team that plays on the Jordan 12 strip, the strip that’s located in a strip mall in the heart of Istanbul.
The strip has become a cultural hotspot for both fans and locals.
The name comes from the strip’s name of the team.
The original Jordan 12 jersey is a classic jersey with black piping and white sleeves.
The club was founded in 2009 by the Turkish businessman, Dursun Eseny, and his wife, Asliy.
They have since added a number of players, including the now-retired Dursunsat A.S.L. player Fikri Balogh, who became one of the top players in Turkish football.
The club won its first title in 2013.
The team’s home, the Almería Athletic Stadium, is the biggest soccer stadium in the country, hosting games for the Turkish Super Lig and Turkish Super Cup.
Jordan 10: The Jordan 10 strip is a strip that stretches from the northern part of Istanbul to the capital city of Ankara.
The team has had many different jerseys over the years, but its current jersey is one of their oldest.
It was retired by the club in 2014.
It featured the club’s crest and a yellow and white stripes.
The crest features a red lion, with a red and black snake symbol, and is used to represent the team’s fans.
The strip was originally located in the Alborz Square, where it has been since the 1920s.
In the 1990s, it was expanded to become a strip of hotels, restaurants and bars.
In 2000, the club was renamed to the Istanbul Bahçeliş Club.
Jordan 9: Jordan 9 is the oldest team in the world.
It started as the Aladdin Palace in Istanbul and grew into the club it is today.
The Aladdin palace has become the home of the Turkish National Football Team, which is owned by the Bahçelins family.
It has also hosted the UEFA Super Cup, which has been played there every year since 1989.
Jordan 8: The first Jordan 8 jersey was retired in 2008.
It features the club crest, the lion, a red eagle and a black snake.
The emblem also features a lion and a snake, which was the club motto from the early 1990s.
The crest was inspired by the famous cartoon strip The Lion King.
It is the second team to feature the lion on its crest, after the Los Angeles Galaxy, who adopted it in 2006.
Jordan 7: The team started as a smaller team that played in the Turkish Cup, a soccer tournament.
It then moved to the Algeria Cup in 2011, where the club played its first game in Istanbul.
In 2016, it moved to FIFA World Cup.
In 2017, it played in UEFA Europa League.
In its history, the team has won two European Cups, the European Super Cup and the UEFA Champions League.
Jordan 6: The club has won the Turkish title seven times.
It’s the oldest professional club in the football world, having been founded in 1888.
In 2004, the current team was renamed the Almirak team.
The name of Jordan 6 was taken from the name of an ancient Greek island, the island of Agathon in the Aegean Sea.
In 1854, the King of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, invited King George V to visit Agathon, and the island became the new country of Jordan.
Jordan 5: The most famous member of the Jordan 5 strip is the club captain, Yıldız Önder.
He is a former captain of the national team, playing for the national teams from 1986 to 1989 and for the first team in 1992.
He also has the nickname “Mamluk” or “Great Turk” in Turkish.
The other members of the club are: Fikram Arinc, Süleyman Demirci, Mehmet Akdogan, Ali Yılmaz, Emrah Öztürk, Muhsin Kocak, Ali Demirce, Mustafa Zeyrek, Ali Halko, Yusef Efendi, Aykan Erdem and Ziyad Yınal.