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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.

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Channels licensed to broadcast J. League Cup in United States

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Live matches involving Asian competitions.



KICK IT UP A NOTCH / Japan has no time to fret after disappointing Asian Cup
The Japan News
... loses the game. That's soccer,” said Japan forward Keisuke Honda of AC Milan. ... In the early months after taking over the Samurai Blue, Aguirre made bold national-team selections, adding new players who performed well in the J.League. However, at ...
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(AP Photo/Vincent Thian). Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland celebrates after defeating Kei Nishikori of Japan in their quarterfinal match at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015.
Aguirre says no contact from authorities in match-fixing case
The Japan Times
Aguirre, upon returning from Sydney where Japan was eliminated in the Asian Cup quarterfinals on Friday, addressed the issue for the first time since reports out of Spain said that a court in Valencia has accepted the case with the two-time World Cup ...
New Marinos manager Mombaerts ready to get ball rolling
The Japan Times
YOKOHAMA – New Yokohama F. Marinos manager Erick Mombaerts says his players have exceeded expectations after one week on the job, and is determined to make a swift start to the 2015 J. League season. Frenchman Mombaerts started work in ...
Marathon man Endo chalks up another milestone
Reuters UK
Gamba were hardly heavyweights at the time in Japanese soccer, but Endo joined them as Akira Nishino laid the foundations for a run of success that included their first J-League title in 2005 and the Asian Champions League in 2008. The dead-ball ...
Japan beats Auckland in Asian Cup warm-up
The Japan Times
“Finishing is the most difficult thing to improve in soccer. (Yoshinori) Muto can score goals, Keisuke (Honda) is scoring in Italy and Yatto (Endo) can score, so we have players that can get goals. “I will be happy if we take the chances that we didn't ...
Romario and Edmundo, the bad boys from Brazil
World Soccer (blog)
Edmundo was returning from a spell in the Japanese J-League, where had scored a hat full for Tokyo Verdy and the Urawa Reds before once more joining Vasco, for his third of five spells at the club. Romario, meanwhile, was continuing to prove that age ...
The Lowdown - Asian Cup: Japan v Jordan
Sydney Morning Herald
No wonder he's the reigning J-League player of the year. 2. Hamza al-Dardour (Jordan). The tournament's latest wonder boy flashed his name up across the continent with a four-goal haul against Palestine that has catapulted him out of nowhere to the top ...
Japan cruises past Palestine in opener
The Japan Times
NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA – Four-time champion Japan made the perfect start to its Asian Cup defense with a 4-0 whipping of tournament debutant Palestine on Monday. Yasuhito Endo marked his fourth Asian Cup with the opener after eight minutes, and ...
Asian Cup 2015: How Japanese football developed under the guidance of a ...
The Daily Telegraph
But just as impressive is the technique, the skill, the ease with which Japanese teams play football, and the strength of teams across the J-League. A revolution happened little more than two decades ago, and standing among it all was a journeyman ...
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