Japanese Non-league Football News

Rosso - First Friendly
Rosso Kumamoto began the preparations on Saturday for their forthcoming assault on the JFL with a creditable 1-1 draw against a young Nagoya Grampus 8 side.

SC Tottori - The Next Steps To The J-League
An important stage to report in the development of J-League hopefuls SC Tottori, who have just announced the establishment of the independent management structure that is a pre-requisite of entry into the professional ranks. With one full-time executive, the club are aiming to work towards the point where they have a playing staff of about thirty, while although they plan to use the Tottori Bird stadium in the short-term, there is talk that the overall aim is to develop a new ground for the club.

New coach Kei Kinoshita has meanwhile been informed in no uncertain terms that his target is to achieve a place in J2 in 2008, i.e. presumably by winning the JFL in 2007. In the forthcoming season, however, Tottori have stated that they are aiming for a top five finish.
Yokogawa In Friendly Win
On Saturday, Yokogawa Musashino won a pre-season friendly 3-0 against... hmmm, Yokogawa Musashino Youth. Well done.

04 Feb 06 - Yokogawa Musashino defender Hiromi Nishiguchi

Yokogawa Musashino defender and goalscorer Hiromi Nishiguchi
FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu Snap Up Yokogawa Forward
Striker Yuta Sueyoshi, 26, has moved from JFL side Yokogawa Musashino to FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu of the Kansai League Division 1 - previously mentioned on JNFN as a revamped Sagawa Kyubin Kyoto and ambitiously aiming for a J-League place.
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