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In the 2010–11 Süper Lig season, Galatasaray had finished 8th in the league table with 14 wins, 4 draws and 16 losses, which was the worst outcome in the club's history of 107 years. Right after the last game of the season, the club announced a council meeting in order to elect a new board.

During his first month, the fledgling Galatasaray chairman Ünal Aysal's first task was to bring in İnan to the team. Although the previous Galatasaray board which was run by Adnan Polat already had an agreement with Trabzonspor in the Selçuk İnan case during the 2010–11 season, it was the new board that brought in the player for free as İnan's contract with Trabzonspor was over.

After the first 4 games of the new season, Galatasaray had 2 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, which didn't seem so promising to the fans, although there was a remarkable sense of change in the team, especially in the midfield area.

İnan started to lead the team as weeks went by, which finally enabled Galatasaray to have 10 wins in a row, finish the first half of the season with 37 points, on the top of the league. By the end of week 34, right before the Süper Final series, Galatasaray was the top scoring and least conceding team in the league, and had a 9-point gap with their closest competitors, Fenerbahçe.


Selçuk in a September 2011 match against Samsunspor
İnan scored his first official goal for Galatasaray against Samsunspor in September 18, 2011. His first free kick goal came against his former club Trabzonspor in December 11, 2011. The game resulted in a 3–0 win for Galatasaray. He scored his second free kick goal against Manisaspor December 21, 2011 which was also the winner for Gala, as the game finished 1–0. His third free kick goal came against Genclerbirligi on March 10, 2012 and the game ended as a 2–0 win for the lions. On April 28, 2012, İnan officially scored his 4th free kick goal of…...

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