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Sayonara Denso
JFL minnows Denso have confirmed the long-predicted news that they are going to change their name for the 2006 season to FC Kariya. This is a reflection of their move from being a company side to having non-profit organisation (NPO) status as a community-based club in their home city of Kariya in Aichi prefecture.

30 Nov 05 - The last ever photo of Denso?

The last ever photo of Denso?
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Shikoku League Promotion Play-offs 2005
The participants have been announced in the Shikoku Challenge League 2005 play-offs, seeking to gain promotion to the Shikoku League itself for 2006. The tournament will be staged in Takamatsu City, Kagawa prefecture, over 10th and 11th December.

Keen to have the opportunity to move back into the Shikoku League after a year's absence - and so potentially take on Kochi city rivals Nangoku Kochi and Showa Club - are FC Yanagimachi, second place finishers in this season's Prefectural League behind Kochi University. Similarly in Ehime, Ehime University won the league title but the prefecture will be represented in the play-offs by second place Hisaeda FC. Tokushima Caballos, an amateur outfit connected to J2 side Tokushima Vortis, step up to the plate alongside narrow winners of the Kagawa Prefectural League R. Velho.

01 Dec 05 - Outsiders R. Velho from Kagawa

Outsiders R. Velho from Kagawa

01 Dec 05 - FC Yanagimachi's top scorer this season, Kazuhisa Matsumoto

FC Yanagimachi's top scorer this season, Kazuhisa Matsumoto
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