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Japan, South Korea without stars for East Asian Cup
The absences give up and coming players the chance for some international time with vital 2018 World Cup qualifiers fast approaching. Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic named an entirely J-League based squad of 23 players and has called up Yuki Moto of ...
Determined Japan awaits start of East Asian Cup
The Japan Times
WUHAN, CHINA – Japan boss Vahid Halilhodzic says his players are fatigued but determined to defend the East Asian Cup ahead of their opening match of the four-team tournament against North Korea on Sunday. Japan's Europe-based stars are absent as ...
Christie Rampone returns home after World Cup triumph
Above left: Fans cheer for U.S. Women's World Cup soccer team member Christie Rampone, left, during a welcome home celebration at Jersey Shore University Medical Center's Kurr Atrium in Neptune on July 28. Above right: Rampone greets her ... PHOTOS BY ...
Nadeshiko must improve individual skills
The Japan News
By Kenji Kawashima / Yomiuri Shimbun Senior WriterThe Japan women's national soccer team, or Nadeshiko Japan, unfortunately came up short of its goal to win back-to-back championships at the FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada, finishing as the runner-up ...
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.
Could Robots One Day Beat Humans in a Game of Soccer?
The FIFA World Cup, founded in 1930, has been one of the most popular sporting events in the world, pitching national teams against one another in sometimes epic and occasionally embarrassing clashes. In June of 1993, a group of Japanese researchers ...
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.