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World Cup heroics earn Singapore stopper Izwan J. League trial
The Japan Times
Singapore – Singaporean goalkeeper Izwan Mahbud has been offered a trial by J. League side Matsumoto Yamaga after he foiled four-time Asian champion Japan with a dominating display in Saitama last week. The 24-year-old made 18 saves as minnow ...
The star of 2010's World Cup has met failure in Japanese soccer
When he arrived at Cerezo Osaka just ahead of Japan's 2014 J.League season, the Uruguayan star was supposed to be the final piece of the club's jigsaw, one that, when put together, would finally give the team its elusive league title. Now, with his ...
How The Women's World Cup Final Exposed Japan's Soccer Flaws
As was once noted on Beyond the Pitch, the Japanese sides can play extremely technical, organized football and do so very well in J. League play, but there seems to be too much celebration and too much respect for the opposition on and off the pitch.
World Cup soccer: U.S. women seeking their own historic moment
The United States and Japan will go at it again Sunday in the Women's World Cup finale -- meeting for the third consecutive time to decide a major championship. The second-ranked Americans must get past the team that defeated them in the 2011 final in ...
Leicester set to sign Japan goal machine Okazaki
Times of India
LONDON: Japan striker Shinji Okazaki is poised to join Leicester City from Bundesliga club Mainz 05 on a four-year deal subject to a work permit and clearance from soccer's governing body FIFA. The fee for the 29-year-old, who is prolific in ...
Soccer-Australia striker Burns on verge of joining Tokyo
WELLINGTON, July 3 (Reuters) - Australia striker Nathan Burns is on the verge of joining Tokyo FC after terms were agreed between the J-league side and his A-League team Wellington Phoenix, the New Zealand club said on Friday. Burns, who was part of ...
Women's World Cup: why the old myths about female sports won't stick
The Guardian (blog)
Sexist coverage of women's soccer is both dying off and the same as always. ... But the same people who believe this probably watch the Little League World Series or college football, or some version of any sport that is not the very highest level. If ...
Halilhodzic warns Japan not to fall into Singapore 'trap'
The Japan Times
SAITAMA – Japan manager Vahid Halilhodzic has warned his team not to take Singapore lightly in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier — or face the prospect of being embarrassed like France at the weekend. France was beaten 1-0 by Albania in a friendly on ...
About J. League Cup
J. League Cup (also known as Yamazaki Nabisco Cup or Nabisco Cup), is a Japanese competition organized by J. League. It is Japanese equivalent to league cup competitions played in many countries such as the Football League Cup in England.