Japanese Non-league Football News

Regional League News In Brief
... Fagiano Okayama of Chugoku defeated Shikoku's Nangoku Kochi 3-0 in their Sunday practice game... ... in Shikoku, Ehime's Ventana AC lost 4-2 on Sunday against Nitta High School in a 3 x 45 mins warm-up game... AC Nagano Parceiro of the Hokushinetsu League lost 3-2 to the JFL's Alo's Hokuriku on the same day... Nagano's rivals Matsumoto Yamaga Club went down 2-1 to Aoyama Gakuin University in a 3 x 45 mins encounter...

... the Hokushinetsu League is likely to be one of the most fiercely contested this season and Valiente Toyama are the latest club to enter the fray. They continued their preparations for the big kick off on 8th April with a 5-1 win on Saturday over Toyama University in a 2 x 45 mins + 1 x 30 mins match... on Sunday, they also drew 0-0 with Saurcos Fukui - formerly known as FC Kanazu - and 1-1 with Zweigen Kanazawa. Busy lads...

11 Mar 07 - No idea what’s going on here, but it’s one of the Valiente matches

No idea what’s going on here, but it’s one of the Valiente matches

... Kyushu League 2006 champions V Varen Nagasaki have released details of the squad they hope will retain the title this season, in the face of stiff competition from the likes of New Wave Kitakyushu and relegated Honda Lock. The 21-man squad includes nine players on what are described as pro contracts. Among them are 35-year-old midfielder Takeo Harada, who began his lengthy J-League career at the now-defunct Yokohama Flugels before moving to Cerezo Osaka, Kawasaki Frontale, Oita Trinita and Avispa Fukuoka. Harada is likely to play alongside Yoshiya Takemura, 33, who appeared in the J-League for Shonan Bellmare, Mito Hollyhock, Oita, Omiya Ardija and Sagan Tosu...

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