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 […]

SENDAI STAGNANT IN J-LEAGUE OPENER

March 2, 2013

After their round one clash with Ventrofet Kofu the message for Vegalta Sendai should be, you can’t go forward by standing still. Clearly though, Sendai have not made any significant changes to tactics and obviously squad members. […]

NIIGATA FAITHFUL GET THE MIRACLE THEY DESERVE

December 8, 2012

On J League 2012 final day Albirex Niigata came from the dead to save their J1 lives. Winning against the woeful Consadole Sapporo 4-1 in front of 28055 loyal fans wasn’t enough. Niigata also needed […]

HIROSHIMA TAKE J-LEAGUE TITLE

November 25, 2012

In front their home fans Sanfrecce Hiroshima walked away with the 2012 J League title. With one round remaining in the J League the purple archers secured the title due to their own comprehensive 4-1 […]

KOBE THE PLACE TO BE ON FINAL DAY

November 17, 2012

Promoters are salivating. Again! Last season the J League title came down to the last day of the season with three teams in the running on the final day (Kashiwa, Nagoya, G Osaka). This year we’re […]

HIROSHIMA EDGE CLOSER TO J-LEAGUE TITLE

October 2, 2012

They’ve been atop the table or thereabouts for the best part of 27 rounds, and now Sanfrecce Hiroshima have a five point margin between them and nearest rivals Vegalta Sendai and Urawa Reds. With seven […]

HIROSHIMA LEAD THE J-LEAGUE

September 19, 2012

With 25000 plus looking on at the Hiroshima Big Arch Stadium Sanfrecce Hiroshima were able to knock off top of the table Vegalta Sendai and leapfrog them into the top spot. The result would have […]

ADELAIDE UNITED CONFIDENT AGAINST NAGOYA

May 29, 2012

John Kosmina has made it clear he believes his men are in with a massive chance of knocking off Japan’s Nagoya Grampus tonight. “Any of the Japanese teams are beatable, they’ve got to make the […]

NAGOYA STARS IN CONTENDER CAPITULATION

May 20, 2012

Grampus manager Dragan Stojkovic was blunt in his assessment. “These kinds of mistakes in professional league is unacceptable.” The former Nagoya player witnessed his club nosedive from contention while Sendai stamped their credentials on the […]

NAGOYA IN GOSFORD

May 15, 2012

In other news Nagoya Grampus tonight play for survival in the ACL. Nagoya take on Australia’s Central Coast Mariners who are fresh from their biggest win in Asia, two weeks ago. They beat Chinese team […]

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