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Japanese Football
เรียกดู: วันที่วางจำหน่าย:2022-11-22

and results on Japans J.League and the Japanese national team. All the action from J.1 and J.2, plus Japanese players overseas.

Japan national teamWorld Cup team profile.

Nagoya Grampusplay the semi-final of the ACL.

Gamba striker Leandroleaves Osaka for Qatari club al-Sadd.

Socceroosgrab the bragging rights with a 2-1 win at the MCG.

The revampedJ-League League Cupis facing an image crisis with clubs and fans.

J-League teamscrush their A-League counterparts in the latest round of Asian Champions League games.

2009 J. League preview- all the teams and their prospects ahead of the new season.

Stalematein the Japan v Australia qualifier in Yokohama.

Verbal spatsahead of the crucial Japan v Australia qualifier in Yokohama.

J. League Player Awards: The best 10 players in the 2008 J-League season.

J. League Awards: The best and the worst of the 2008 season.

Gamba Osaka v Kashiwa Reysol: Gamba claim the last trophy of the year after an exhausting season.

Oita Trinita v Shimizu S-Pulse: Oita win their first ever trophy at the National Stadium in Tokyo.

Interview with a Shimizu S-Pulse fan: Yuichi Korenaga discusses the J-League, Shimizu and Japans football culture.

Japan v Uzbekistan: only a 1-1 draw and the vultures are circling for the hapless Okada.

Japans national team coachTakeshi Okadais under pressure to get Japan to the 2010 World Cup.

Japan meet Australiain the final round of Asian qualification for the 2010 World Cup.

The best ofJ. League blogsand Japanese soccer fan sites.

Shimizu S-Pulse v Jubilo Iwataends all square at Nihondaira.

Gert Engelsis relieved after Urawa win their first game of the new season.

J. League previewwe look at all the J-1 teams and their prospects ahead of the new season.

Urawa Reds coach Osieckreflects on the Reds calamitous end to the J-League season.

Kashima Antlersare the 2007 J-League Champions.

Urawa Reds beat Sepahanin the Asian Champions League final.

Urawa Reds beat Seongnam Ilwhain a thrilling Asian Champions League semi-final.

Japan take on Australiain the most-eagerly awaited quarter-final of the Asian Cup.

Ivica Osimmeets the foreign press pack in Tokyo as Japan prepare for the 2007 Asian Cup.

Ardija On The Up- At last Robert Verbeeks hard work as Omiya Ardijas coach is showing signs of paying off as the team climbs out of the J-1 cellar.

Nagoya Grampus Dutch coachSef Vergoosendiscusses his three year plan for perennial underachievers Nagoya Grampus.

Omiya Ardijas new Dutch coachRobert Verbeekdiscusses his tough start to the season and his more famous brother Pim.

J. League Preview 2007- A look at the teams and their prospects ahead of the new J.League season.

All thelatest J-League transfer newsas Santos and Miyamoto leave for Austria and Paolo Wanchope joins FC Tokyo.

Urawa Reds edged theEmperors Cupin a disappointing match against Gamba Osaka at Tokyo National Stadium.

JEF United retained theNabisco League Cupin a hard-fought match against Kashima Antlers at Tokyo National Stadium.

J-League Soccer Stadiums- A travel guide to J-League soccer stadiums - getting there by public transport, ground capacity and history.

The J-League 13 Years On- The J-League reaches puberty at last. A personal look back at the last decade and a bit of Japans J.League.

Shimizu S-Pulsetake on local rivals Ventforet at Nihondaira Stadium (19/8/06).

Shimizu S-Pulsestarted the J-League second stage in style with a win over Sanfrecce Hiroshima at the Big Arch (12/8/06).

Japan had a poor World Cup in 2006 - John Herbert looks atthe reasons why.

J. League Preview 2006- C. Ogawa on the teams, the fans, the stadiums, and who will win it all.

Asian Teams Disappoint- Europe and South American teams have dominated at World Cup 2006; no Asian teams reached the second round with the exception, sort of, of new member Australia.

Japan Strikers Draw A Blank- Will Marquand onwa+ the group ethic = no great Japanese strikers.

John Herbert thinks confidence will be key for Zicos men in Germany.

Shunsuke Nakamuras first season at Glasgow Celtic.

J. League For Dummies- Liam Ring explains the names, the teams, the fans, the stadiums and how to get tickets.

J. League Preview 2005- Naheen Madarbakus & Liam Ring report on what to look for in the 2005 J.League season.

History of Japanese Soccer- Christopher Hood looks back at the history of Japanese football, on both club and national level.

Ex-Kyoto Purple Sanga coach, Gert Engels talked to Soccerphile in2002and again in2003.

Ex-Spurs and England midfielderSteve Perrymantalks about his time in the J.League with Shimizu S-Pulse and Kashiwa Reysol.

J. League Links- Links to J.League related sites.

Japans World Cup Venues and Stadiums- Japans 10 venues and stadiums for the 2002 World Cup.

Soccerphile interviewsLeslie Mottram- a former J. League referee and now refereeing inspector for the J.League.

KeeperYoshikatsu Kawaguchiendured an unhappy time in England with Portsmouth.

In the run up to the 2002 World Cup coach Philippe Trousier took the national team to Europe to playFranceandNigeria.

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