Japanese Non-league Football News

Banditonce Sign V Varen's Imaizumi
Kazuki Imaizumi of V Varen Nagasaki has left the Kyushu League title hopefuls to join Banditonce Kobe, where he will wear the number 23 shirt. The midfielder is 25 years old and has previously spent time playing in Germany with 1FC Reimsbach.

28 Jun 06 - Banditonce Kobe’s new signing Kazuki Imaizumi

Banditonce Kobe’s new signing Kazuki Imaizumi

JFL Squad Update
Sagawa Printing's goalkeeping coach Hideaki Shoji, who previously fulfilled the same role on the staff at J2 minnows Thespa Kusatsu, has joined the club's playing staff at the age of 36.
Fagiano Boost Squad For JFL Push
Takuya Ito, released last week by Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo, has joined Fagiano Okayama as they continue their push for the Chugoku League title. Ito, a 32-year-old defender, has J-League expereince with Omiya Ardija and played in the Kanto League for Saitama SC before moving to Sagawa Tokyo.
7th Eastern Japan Football Tournament

The details have been released of the 7th Eastern Japan Football Tournament, which will be played in Fukui prefecture over a long weekend of 15 - 17 July. Regular readers of JNFN may recall that the Western equivalent was held in Kumamoto pre-season and was won by FC Ryukyu. The format of the Western competition is such that the eight competitors are made up of the previous season's top two teams from the leagues in Kyushu, Shikoku, Chugoku and Kansai - but this is not replicated in the East, where the representation is as follows:

Hokkaido: Norbritz Hokkaido (2005 champions)
Tohoku: TDK Akita (2005 joint champions)
Hokushinetsu: Ishikawa Prefectural XI
Kanto: Gunma Prefectural XI
Tokai: Shizuoka FC (2005 champions)
Invitation: Fukui Prefectural XI

Results will of course be posted on these pages as they become available.
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