NELSINHO SAYS HELLO AGAIN TO KASHIWA

September 6, 2013

The J League has gone into a brief recess while international soccer captures our focus, but the big news in the J League is the sudden resignation and subsequent backflip of Nelsinho, the manager of […]

URAWA MAKE GROUND ON J-LEAGUE LEADERS

August 27, 2013

J League big guns Urawa Reds faced up to Afshin Ghotbi’s Shimizu S Pulse over the weekend and returned to their Saitama home with three points. This was a feat which proved too difficult for […]

F-MARINOS ON HUNT FOR HIROSHIMA

August 11, 2013

Yokohama F Marinos have knocked off J League strugglers Sagan Tosu overnight, to further reinforce their credentials for the J League title. While the pink shirted Tosu side are in a relegation battle, Yokohama didn’t […]

NICHOLS AND SAITO SET FOR BRAZIL 2014

July 28, 2013

So Japan’s Blue Samurai defeated the Socceroos 3-2 in an almost empty Hwaseong Stadium, in South Korea. It was the second match of the East Asian Cup for both sides, with both coming off first […]

AXE THE COACH HYSTERIA

July 22, 2013

Cue the hysteria. Australia has had a dour 0-0 draw with Republic of Korea at the East Asian Cup and the fans and media report the match as a disaster. “Axe Holger,” is the cry. […]

J-LEAGUE RETURNS

July 10, 2013

Omiya Ardija remain top of the league despite taking only one point at home, from J League strugglers Sagan Tosu. The competition leaders failed to finish the solid first half and had their Slovenian manager […]

WANDERERS ONE YEAR ON: WHAT NEXT?

July 1, 2013

On April 4th, 2012 Ben Buckley fronted a Football Federation Australia press conference with the news that a second Sydney team would be coming to the A-League. Soon after a number of fan forums were […]

ASIAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER FINALS DRAW

June 25, 2013

The Asian Football Confederation has finalised the draw for the remainder of it’s burgeoning club competition, the Asian Champions League. The draw pitted east Asian clubs against west Asian clubs for the quarter finals, but beyond […]

ASIAN WORLD CUP HOPES ON TENTERHOOKS

June 18, 2013

Can the Socceroos finish the job? Is Uzbekistan set for its first appearance in a soccer World Cup? Which two Asian teams will play off to face South America’s fifth placed qualifier? All these questions […]

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