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Rosso Grab Marinos Keeper
Rosso Kumamoto have announced a further signing, with the news that Hiroki Iikura, a 19-year-old goalkeeper, has joined them on loan from Yokohama F Marinos.

20 Jan 06 - Haven't you got homework to be getting on with?

Haven't you got homework to be getting on with?
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Kinoshita Takes Over At Tottori
19 Jan 06 - The really extraordinarily bald Kei Kinoshita

The really extraordinarily bald Kei Kinoshita

Following their decision to go for J-League entry by 2008, SC Tottori have named their new coach for the 2006 season as the club's own 34-year-old former Vissel Kobe and Seattle Sounders midfielder Kei Kinoshita. Kinoshita has in fact spent the largest single part of his footballing career in the US as a player and studying for his coaching qualifications while with Seattle and indeed he only returned to Japan at the beginning of 2005. Last year was spent with Tottori, for whom he played 25 JFL games, scoring two goals.

19 Jan 06 - Painting the town red, SC Tottori-style

Painting the town red, SC Tottori-style
Rosso Signings As JFL Kick-off Gets Nearer
New JFL side Rosso Kumamoto have announced a couple of new signings prior to the commencement of the 2006 season. 19-year-old forward Shinji Suzuki joins from J1's Shimizu S-Pulse, while 21-year-old former Montedio Yamagata defender Naoya Otaki makes the long journey down to Kyushu from Grulla Morioka in the Tohoku League.

19 Jan 06 - Young gun, go for it

Shinji Suzuki - young gun, go for it
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