Journalist, columnist and sports commentator Khinkal Uluç, who was treated for health problems last July, has been treated for a long time. Although he was discharged after treatment he received during the summer months, he was placed under observation in the intensive care unit due to his deteriorating health. Journalist, columnist and sports commentator Hinkal Uluc, one of the most important names in the history of the Turkish press, has died at the age of 83. Journalist Faik Çetiner announced Uluč’s death on his social media account. Here are the headlines from the life of Hynkal Uluc, who left a mark on the history of the Turkish press…
Khyndzhal Uluch was born on November 1, 1939 in Kilis.
II. Hynkal Uluc’s father, who opened his eyes during World War II, served as an officer. II. He was on duty at the Bulgarian border during World War II. For this reason, Khinkal Uluch was raised by his mother and aunt until he was 3 years old.
Hınkal Uluç had to change cities frequently due to his father’s appointments.
He went to primary school in Bandirma. He received his primary education in Kilis in 1950. He later graduated from Ankara Kurtulus High School. After graduating from Istanbul University, Faculty of Literature, he studied at Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science.
He began his journalistic career at a young age, which he would continue throughout his life.
At the age of 17, he started working for the Yenigün newspaper, which is the press organ of the Hürriyet party, and produced the newspaper’s sports page. During this period, he had the opportunity to work with such names as Oktay Kurtboke, Gunesh Tecelli, Bashkurt Okeygun, Kurtan Fishek, Gungor Sayary and Ercan Tan.
After completing his military service in 1967, Uluc took part in the staff of the Yankı newspaper, which was published by the former Yenigün team under the leadership of Mehmet Ali Kishlaly.
Uluch, who gained experience in the press, especially in sports media, began writing sports articles twice a week for the Cumhuriyet newspaper.
In 1990, he began working for the Sabah newspaper.
Hyncal Uluc never left the Sabah newspaper, where he started working in 1990. From his column here, he continued his journalistic work in various fields and subjects, especially in sports and football. During his journalistic life, Uluch has written many articles in various fields.
For a long time she became a sought-after face of sports programs.
He took part in many sports programs on a variety of channels. He was a football commentator. Finally, he appeared before the audience in the program “Khinjal Uluch and face to face” on the screens of A Spor. Uluç made a significant contribution to the Turkish sports press as a journalist and TV presenter.
Defne Joy Foster’s posthumous question “What is this pressure from the neighbors?” Thanks to his article entitled, he did not fall out of the country’s agenda for a long time.
Defne Joy Foster died suspiciously at the home of Kerem Altan, who was the editor-in-chief of Taraf. However, Uluch, on Foster’s behalf, said, “Defne’s death is a typical jug of water smashed on the waterway!” he said. For this reason, Uluch became the center of the reaction.
Khinkal Uluch, who was hospitalized last summer due to health problems, has been under treatment for a long time.
He died at the age of 83 after a long course of treatment. Uluc has become one of the important figures in the Turkish sports press through his journalistic activities and television programs over the years.
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