J. League needs passionate, curious, and relaxed man, before players. And Emil Salomonsson is the epitome of this need.Read More Be Like Emil
So here we are with a new column, that we’ll try to extend until the end of the season. Every weekend I’ll try to watch two games, one from J1 and one from J2. Maybe sometimes there will be space for J3 in the int’l breaks, but those two will be our main topic. “The […]Read More The Regista Diaries – April 13, 2021
A close promotion race, a first title ever and some disappointments: these have been the awards for 2020 in the second division.Read More 2020 Regista Awards: J2 League
In the Silicon valley of Japan, the start-up built by Hasebe worked and Avispa are back in J1, against many odds.Read More Dreaming the year away
J.. League Summer and Fall market window might have been thin, but it has brought some nice moves.Read More Wait for it
From the 13-1 win of Kashiwa against Kyoto to the fascinating duels for promotion, playoffs and relegation: 2019 J2 League never ceased to amaze us.Read More 2019 Regista Awards: J2 League
Jon Ander Serantes didn’t seem like the ideal fit for Avispa, but his season in Fukuoka proves there’s space for more wonder-stories like his.Read More The Basque gatekeeper
Teruhito Nakagawa seemed out of J1 two years ago. Growing under Ange Postecoglou made him one of the most interesting players in the league.Read More MIP, MIP, MIP!
Among Japanese Prefectures, Fukuoka may be one of the few which didn’t get mentioned enough. In football, though, they could do better.Read More Fantasy Football – Fukuoka
I’m shamelessly lifting this segment from the MMQB American Football site (quite simply, the best sports site on the web) and using it to give a quick overview of the weekend’s football in Japan. 1. I think DAZN has to get its act together pronto. Judging by the uproar over the buffering/lack of stream […]Read More 5 Things I think I think….