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JFL Best Eleven, Player of the Year
The JFL have announced their Best Eleven team of the year for 2005, with players from six different clubs winning a place in the side. Champions Ehime FC and runners up YKK AP are each represented by three players - including overall Player of the Year, Ehime midfielder Kazuhisa Hamaoka - while Hiroki Kishida, YKK AP's young striker, won Rookie of the Year. Alo's Hokuriku's fine defensive record sees them take up two of the back four positions and Honda FC, who slumped to a disappointing fifth place finish, have star midfielder Jun Uruno included alongside Tochigi SC's Toshiaki Hotta and the league's top scorer - Hirokazu Otsubo of Sagawa Kyubin Osaka also finds a place in the team.

08 Dec 05 - Oh, very smart, gentlemen

Oh, very smart, gentlemen

08 Dec 05 - Takuji Miyoshi wins a header for Alo's against Nagoya Grampus 8

Takuji Miyoshi wins a header for Alo's against Nagoya Grampus 8

GK - Keisuke Hada (Ehime FC)
DF - Yuki Hamano (YKK AP)
DF - Tomoya Hanamori (Ehime FC)
DF - Rikiya Kawamae (Alo's Hokuriku)
DF - Takuji Miyoshi (Alo's Hokuriku)
MF - Jun Uruno (Honda FC)
MF - Takeshi Ushibana (YKK AP)
MF - Kazuhisa Hamaoka (Ehime FC)
MF - Toshiaki Hotta (Tochigi SC)
FW - Mitsuru Hasegawa (YKK AP)
FW - Hirokazu Otsubo (Sagawa Kyubin Osaka)

08 Dec 05 - Keisuke Hada scares off opposing strikers

Ehime keeper Keisuke Hada scares off opposing strikers
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