After 15 years in Japan, Mihailo Petrović proved to be the kind of foreign manager J. League needed for a step forward.

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At many turns of his life, Ryuho Kikuchi risked of losing his J. League dream, but he fought through to come this far.

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Life at 30

After years of personal success, but lesser fortune with his squads, Ataru Esaka is finally a key-player in a solid project.

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Scoring 101

From a university prospect to the best Japanese striker in J. League: it’s been a long road for Ayase Ueda, but it’s far from over.

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