Tokyo Calling – Life of a J1 analyst

Football Radar’s Sam Robson has become one of the well-known voices about J. League in recent years: we talked with him to understand how this happened.

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MIP, MIP, MIP!

Teruhito Nakagawa seemed out of J1 two years ago. Growing under Ange Postecoglou made him one of the most interesting players in the league.

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J. League Worldwide #5

There’s nothing more legendary that seeing something becoming worldwide, property of everyone, global. J. League is trying to achieve that, but to do so, you need a global fanbase. And it’s there, although its numbers can certainly rise. In this series of pieces – which will all fall under the label “J. League Worldwide”, we’re […]

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Cambio de dirección

En los últimos años, la J.League fue dominada por jugadores sudamericanos, pero ahora Europa ha vuelto con prepotencia a desempeñar un rol importante en la liga profesional japonesa y España es la principal nación de este nuevo cambio de tendencia.

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Man of chances

Four years ago, he was a free agent; now he’s scoring regularly in the Japanese top tier. Noriaki Fujimoto’s wonder story is something unregular in today’s football.

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