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Iran 2-4 Japan

Published on November 2, 2008 by in Iran, Japan

11/02/2008 the-afc.com DAMMAM – Kensuke Nagai struck a hat-trick as Japan claimed a thrilling 4-2 victory over Iran at Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium to book their place in the AFC U-19 Championship quarter-finals. Hiroki Miyazawa put Japan, who defeated Yemen 5-0 in their opening Group A fixture, ahead in the opening minute before Nagai

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Asia's Ten Hottest Properties

6/3/2008 John Duerden, Asian Editor goal.com There are more and more Asian stars plying their trade in some of Europe’s biggest leagues these days but there are hundreds of exciting talents still strutting their stuff out east. Goal.com takes a look at ten of the most exciting…

 
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Japan Soccer Tackles Pre-Teen Suicide

Published on March 27, 2008 by in Japan

Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:32am EDT By Alastair Himmer TOKYO (Reuters Life!) – Japan’s soccer chief has set a 2050 deadline for the country to win the World Cup. Japan Football Association (JFA) president Saburo Kawabuchi has a bigger dream — one the 71-year-old hopes will help save lives. In response to a wave of

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Japan get their revenge

Published on May 26, 2006 by in Futsal, Iran, Japan

5/26/2006 the-afc.com TASHKENT, Uzbekistan: Japan shattered Iran’s invincibility and took sweet revenge by ousting the seven-time consecutive champions 5-1 from the AFC Futsal Championship in the semifinals here at the Yunusabad Sports Complex on Friday.

 
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Japan look to end Iran's futsal supremacy

Published on May 26, 2006 by in Futsal, Iran, Japan

5/26/2006 the-afc.com Uzbekistan coach Shavkat Abduraimov, Iran coach Jurandir Dutra, Japan coach Sapo and Kyrgyzstan coach Nurtazin Djetybaev pose with the AFC Futsal Championship trophy on the eve of the semifinals. Photo by: AFC/Adnan Hajj Ali.

 
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Shamsaee, Kogure cross swords yet again

Published on May 26, 2006 by in Futsal, Iran, Japan

5/26/2006 the-afc.com TASHKENT: The keenly awaited semifinal between seven-time champions Iran and archrivals Japan in the AFC Futsal Championship on Friday will also see two of the continent’s best players – Vahid Shamsaee and Kenichiro Kogure – come face to face yet again.

 
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Iran and Japan set up for semifinal clash

Published on May 24, 2006 by in Futsal, Iran, Japan

5/26/2006 th-afc.com TASHKENT, Uzbekistan: Kogure Kenichiro was in outstanding form as Japan outclassed Tajikistan 11-6 and stormed into the semifinals of the AFC Futsal Championship on Wednesday, setting the stage for yet another grand showdown against archrivals and seven-time champions Iran.

 
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Tough day for Asians in Bundesliga

3/25/2006 Afshin Afshar, lastkick.com Saturday was not a good day for the Asian delegation in the Bundesliga. Of the four Asians who saw action, three had their teams badly defeated, and one could do no better than a draw. Mehdi Mahdavikia and Naohiro Takahara’s Hamburg were trashed by Dortmund 4:2. Mahdavikia started the game, but

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