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Another Route To The J-League Opens Up?
J-League chairman Masaru Suzuki has indicated some possible changes to the way that the J-League is expanded over the coming few years, which differ from the most recent announcements as issued a couple of months ago. The most important of these new ideas could potentially have an enormous impact upon JFL and Regional League clubs, in that even though there are no plans to alter the target of 22 clubs in J2 (the new schedule suggests that the J-League will now aim to increase J1 to twenty teams rather than maintain the current eighteen), it will conceivably be possible for clubs to be promoted to J2 from leagues other than just the JFL, if the J-League's requirements are in place.

Moreover, clubs seeking full membership are now eligible for associate membership of the J-League, if their management by full-time executive directors is sound. The newly- established J-League's Advisor Team has been set up in order to aid Associate Members' entry into J2. Rosso Kumamoto, FC Ryukyu and Tochigi SC are the most likely beneficiaries of this arrangement.
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New Season, New Wave, New Hope
It seemed as if after a sudden burst of activity during the last couple of years, things would be quietening down again for 2006 as far as the Kyushu League was concerned. After all, since 2004, Honda Lock, FC Ryukyu and Rosso Kumamoto have all made the jump up to the JFL - and to all intents and purposes the feeling was that, with those teams effectively out of the way, the level of competition in Kyushu had peaked. V Varen Nagasaki were looking like hot favourites, with clubs such as Volca Kagoshima and New Wave Kitakyushu apparently lagging some way behind.

01 Mar 06 - New Wave Kitakyushu look forward to the 2006 season

New Wave Kitakyushu look forward to the 2006 season

But that idea has been blown out of the water following the announcement of Kitakyushu's squad for the forthcoming season. They have made a number of big -name signings from different parts of the J-League, most notably the hugely experienced veteran defender / midfielder Hiroyoshi Kuwahara from Albirex Niigata, but also 31-year-old midfield player Jun Mizukoshi from J1 newcomers Ventforet Kofu and three new players from J2. The club cannot match the budget of Rosso or Ryukyu from last season, but their intention is clearly on following them into the JFL as soon as they can. Look out V Varen.


New Wave Kitakyushu 2006 Squad

1 Katsuhiro Nishioka - GK - 10 Jul 74 - 174cm - 68kg - NSC八幡
2 Tsuyoshi Moriwaki - DF - 09 May 79 - 172cm - 68kg - Sagawa Kyubin Osaka
3 Masato Yamasaki - DF - 07 Apr 1980 - 174cm - 66kg - Mito Hollyhock
4 Daisuke Ueno - DF - 17 Feb 82 - 182cm - 73kg - Fukuoka U
5 Hiroyoshi Kuwahara - DF - 02 Oct 71 - 180cm - 72kg - Albirex Niigata
6 Jun Mizukoshi - MF - 10 Jan 75 - 171cm - 69kg - Ventforet Kofu
7 Ryuji Otsuka - MF - 01 Apr 80 - 171cm - 65kg - Alouette Kumamoto
8 Tomoki Hidaka - MF - 06 Apr 80 - 171cm - 65kg - Fukuoka U of Education
9 Junya Handa - FW - 23 Nov 84 - 174cm - 67kg - Seinan Gakuin U
10 Korehito Morimoto - MF - 09 Feb 82 - 172cm - 64kg - Alouette Kumamoto
11 Daisuke Miyakawa - FW - 06 Oct 79 - 181cm - 83kg - Thespa Kusatsu
13 Yohei Yamamoto - MF - 10 Jun 78 - 173cm - 67kg - Alouette Kumamoto
14 Hirotoshi Yamada - DF - 30 May 85 - 168cm - 63kg - Isahaya Commercial HS
15 Shunsuke Teshima - DF - 09 Jul 80 - 178cm - 71kg - Lanza Kumamoto
16 Kenichi Murayama - DF - 26 Jan 83 - 183cm - 76kg - Daiichi U
17 Takeya Shirozai - MF - 14 Sep 82 - 180cm - 68kg - Kyushu Kyoritsu U
18 Shingi Ono - MF - 09 Apr 74 - 178cm - 71kg - Yokohama FC
19 Kazuki Koga - FW - 26 Sep 84 - 174cm - 63kg - Hannan U
20 Shinji Yoshino - DF - 27 Apr 83 - 173cm - 65kg - Kyushu Kyoritsu U
21 Katsumi Nakamura - GK - 26 Jan 84 - 190cm - 83kg - Osaka Sangyo U
22 Shun Ichimura - DF - 17 Oct 86 - 174cm - 62kg - Horikoshi HS
23 Yukinori Ueda - FW - 03 Jul 85 - 182cm - 75kg - Takamatsu FC
24 Shinji Morita - MF - 24 Jun 87 - 172cm - 60kg - Horikoshi HS
25 Masashi Oba - GK - 02 Nov 83 - 181cm - 78kg - Daiichi U
26 Tatsuki Nagamine - FW - 23 Jan 80 - 170cm - 65kg - Shizuoka FC
31 Yuya Funatsu - GK - 22 Nov 83 - 181cm - 75kg - Rosso Kumamoto
Mitsubishi Mizushima - Mixed Matches
Two friendlies on the same day for the busy fellows of JFLers Mitsubishi Mizushima on Tuesday, as they took on Kansai League Division 1 side Sanyo Electric Sumoto and Kohga School, from Division 2 of the same Regional League. Goals from strike pair Kotaro Takamatsu and Koji Takahata gave the Okayama-prefecture based club a 2-0 win over Sanyo, but a Ryuta Takabatake strike couldn't save them from a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Kohga students.
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