socceroos.com.au If someone thought that the Coronavirus had forgotten about the J.League for this 2021, they were very wrong because, due to the state of emergency that was established in Japan last January 8, foreign players and coaches who don't have a visa residence (newcomers to the competition this year) won't be able to enter … Continue reading The J.League foreign players cannot enter to Japan for the beginning of the season.
Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images The legend of Kazuyoshi Miura (53) will continue alive at least for one season else after Yokohama FC decided to renew his contract. King Kazu recogized that last season was quite disappointing for him because only enjoyed 185 minutes on the grass but says that, after 36 years as professional, … Continue reading Kazu Miura renews his contract with Yokohama FC
Koki Nagahama, http://www.gekisaka.jp Yamanashi Gakuin has been proclaimed champion of the 99th edition of the Japan High School Soccer Tournament defeating Aomori Yamada on PK in the first Final in history without spectators. Hasegawa's squad beated the team from Aomori in the PK (4-2) after a 2-2, which means their first trophy in 11 years … Continue reading Yamanashi Gakuin beats Aomori Yamada in the Final
According to the Portuguese newspaper Record, Shoya Nakajima is leaving FC Porto to go on loan to Al-Ain until the end of the season with a buyout clause of € 40M. The Japanese had become an irrelevant footballer for Sergio Conceiçao, having played only 69 minutes so far this season, which could be due to … Continue reading Shoya Nakajima is set to join Al-Ain
As speculated in recent weeks, last year's J1 top scorer, Michael Olunga, is leaving to Al-Duhail after the Qatari team and Kashiwa Reysol agreed a transfer amount of €6M. It's also been revealed that the Kenyan forward will receive a salary of € 1.98M per season. Olunga arrived in Japan in August 2018 where played … Continue reading Olunga’s transfer to Al-Duhail is done
Too much shots out of the pitch.