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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #50 on: May 15, 2017, 10:16:10 PM »
I hope King Kazu signs on for a season of J1 if Yokohama go up.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #51 on: May 19, 2017, 07:32:48 PM »
What's up with Sanfrecce this season?

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #52 on: May 20, 2017, 01:44:38 AM »
What's up with Sanfrecce this season?

Eddie Thompson coaching again?

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #53 on: May 20, 2017, 09:04:51 AM »
I have total faith in Hajime Moriyasu, but things look pretty grim at the moment.

Hoping for some good cup campaigns and just survival this season.

Things have been worse before and they always got better. I want to believe.
The worst of the Eight Hells is called Continuous Hell. It has the meaning of Continuous Suffering. Hence the name. He who is in Continuous Hell never dies. Longevity is a big hardship in Continuous Hell.


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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #54 on: May 24, 2017, 09:52:11 PM »
Things more entertaining than watching Sydney FC vs Liverpool, updating this thread!

J1 League Round 12:

Urawa Red Diamonds 3-3 Shimizu S-Pulse - 33,458
Yokohama F. Marinos 1-1 Vegalta Sendai - 16,758
Ventforet Kofu 1-2 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 8,653
Albirex Niigata 1-0 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 19,253
Jubilo Iwata 0-2 Kashiwa Reysol - 13,470
Omiya Ardija 0-3 Cerezo Osaka - 11,823
Gamba Osaka 3-0 Sagan Tosu - 21,366
Vissel Kobe 1-1 FC Tokyo - 24,814

Mitch Duke was a 62nd minute substitute for Shimizu. Milos Degenek started and played the full 90 minutes for Yokohama. Oliver Bozanic was a 73rd minute substitute for Ventforet. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad.

J1 League Round 12:

1. Gamba Osaka - 25
2. Kashiwa Reysol - 24
3. Urawa Red Diamonds - 23

4. Cerezo Osaka - 22
5. Kawasaki Frontale - 22
6. Kashima Antlers - 21
7. FC Tokyo - 20
8. Vissel Kobe - 20
9. Yokohama FC - 17
10. Jubilo Iwata - 15
11. Sagan Tosu - 15
12. Shimizu S-Pulse - 14
13. Vegalta Sendai - 14
14. Ventforet Kofu - 13
15. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 12
16. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 9
17. Albirex Niigata - 8
18. Omiya Ardija - 7


J2 League Round 15:

Matsumoto Yamaga 1-2 Shonan Bellmare - 13,343
Zweigen Kanazawa 0-5 Avispa Fukuoka - 3,454
Fagiano Okayama 2-1 Yokohama FC - 8,650
Montedio Yamagata 3-2 Renofa Yamaguchi - 6,936
Mito Hollyhock 1-1 Tokushima Vortis - 4,307
Kamatamare Sanuki 1-2 Thespakusatsu Gunma - 2,517
Tokyo Verdy 1-2 Kyoto Sanga - 5,435
Machida Zelvia 2-2 Oita Trinita - 3,528
Ehime FC 1-2 Nagoya Grampus - 7,863
JEF United Chiba 1-1 Roasso Kumamoto - 10,068
FC Gifu 4-4 V-Varen Nagasaki - 4,475

J2 League Round 15:

1. Avispa Fukuoka - 30
2. Shonan Bellmare - 30

3. Yokohama FC - 28
4. Nagoya Grampus - 28
5. Tokyo Verdy - 26
6. Oita Trinita - 24

7. V-Varen Nagasaki - 24
8. Ehime FC - 24
9. Tokushima Vortis - 23
10. Montedio Yamagata - 22
11. FC Gifu - 20
12. Kyoto Sanga - 20
13. JEF United Chiba - 20
14. Matsumoto Yamaga - 20
15. Mito Hollyhock - 19
16. Machida Zelvia - 18
17. Fagiano Okayama - 18
18. Roasso Kumamoto - 15
19. Zweigen Kanazawa - 13
20. Renofa Yamaguchi - 10
21. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 10
22. Kamatamare Sanuki - 9

J3 League Round 9:

Kataller Toyama 1-0 YSCC - 2,387
FC Ryukyu 1-1 SC Sagamihara - 1,968
Grulla Morioka 0-0 FC Tokyo U23 - 1,206
Blaublitz Akita 0-0 Nagano Parceiro - 2,379
Tochigi SC 2-1 Fukushima United - 4,120
Fujieda MYFC 2-0 Giravanz Kitakyushu - 1,085
Azul Claro Numazu 4-0 Gamba Osaka U23 - 3,056
Gainare Tottori 1-3 Cerezo Osaka U23 - 1,363

Kagoshima United sat out round 9.

J3 League Round 9:

1. Blaublitz Akita - 20
2. Tochigi SC - 19
3. Kataller Toyama - 18
4. Nagano Parceiro - 15
5. Azul Claro Numazu - 14
6. Fukushima United - 13
7. Kagoshima United - 12
8. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 11
9. Gainare Tottori - 11
10. Grulla Morioka - 11
11. SC Sagamihara - 10
12. FC Ryukyu - 10
13. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 9
14. FC Tokyo U23 - 8
15. Fujieda MYFC - 8
16. YSCC - 4
17. Gamba Osaka U23 - 3
The worst of the Eight Hells is called Continuous Hell. It has the meaning of Continuous Suffering. Hence the name. He who is in Continuous Hell never dies. Longevity is a big hardship in Continuous Hell.


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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #55 on: June 01, 2017, 10:37:53 PM »
I didn't realise, they have interestingly spiced up the format of the Levain Cup this season (which I think was necessary as it has always been a little dull to me). Rather than the top 2 of each group of 7 moving into the Quarter Finals to join the 4 ACL teams, only top 1 of each group automatically progresses. 2nd place in Group A will play 3rd place in Group B (and vice versa) in a two-legged playoff for a QF spot.

This was the last round of matches from the group stage, and the layout of what is to come.

Levain Cup Group A Round 7:

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 2-1 Kashiwa Reysol - 3,604
Shimizu S-Pulse 2-1 FC Tokyo - 4,633
Jubilo Iwata 1-2 Omiya Ardija - 6,329

Levain Cup Group B Round 7:

Yokohama F. Marinos 1-2 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 5,953
Ventforet Kofu 2-3 Sagan Tosu - 4,337
Albirex Niigata 0-1 Vissel Kobe - 5,764

Mitch Duke started and played the full 90 minutes for Shimizu S-Pulse. He was booked in the 49th minute. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad. Milos Degenek was an 85th minute substitute for Yokohama F. Marinos. Oliver Bozanic started and played the full 90 minutes for Ventforet Kofu.

Group A:

1. Vegalta Sendai - 13 {Qualified for Quarter Final}
2. FC Tokyo - 12
3. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 10

4. Jubilo Iwata - 9
5. Omiya Ardija - 8
6. Kashiwa Reysol - 5
7. Shimizu S-Pulse - 3

Group B:

1. Vissel Kobe - 15 {Qualified for Quarter Final}
2. Cerezo Osaka - 14
3. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 10

4. Yokohama F. Marinos - 9
5. Ventforet Kofu - 5
6. Sagan Tosu - 5
7. Albirex Niigata - 1

June 28th will see Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo vs Cerezo Osaka, and Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs FC Tokyo in the playoff to see who will join Urawa Reds, Kashima Antlers, Kawasaki Frontale, Gamba Osaka, Vegalta Sendai and Vissel Kobe in the final 8.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #56 on: June 21, 2017, 08:13:11 PM »
At this stage in the season as we have hit the summer break, all I ask is for Sanfrecce to be able to scrape together enough points to survive. Urawa have gone on a slide, they'll be glad for the break in their staggering momentum.

J1 League Round 15:

Kashima Antlers 3-0 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 20,826
Kawasaki Frontale 1-0 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 23,209
Ventforet Kofu 0-0 Kashiwa Reysol - 10,566
Albirex Niigata 1-2 Omiya Ardija - 27,605
Cerezo Osaka 1-1 Shimizu S-Pulse - 22,737
Vissel Kobe 0-1 Gamba Osaka - 24,522
Sagan Tosu 1-1 Vegalta Sendai - 10,265
FC Tokyo 0-1 Yokohama F. Marinos - 23,282
Urawa Red Diamonds 2-4 Jubilo Iwata - 34,766

Oliver Bozanic started and played 67 minutes for Ventforet Kofu. He was booked in the 5th minute. Mitch Duke started and played 92 minutes for Shimizu S-Pulse. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad.

J1 League Round 15:

1. Kashiwa Reysol - 31
2. Cerezo Osaka - 29
3. Gamba Osaka - 28

4. Kashima Antlers - 27
5. Yokohama F. Marinos - 26
6. Kawasaki Frontale - 25
7. FC Tokyo - 24
8. Urawa Red Diamonds - 23
9. Vissel Kobe - 23
10. Jubilo Iwata - 22
11. Vegalta Sendai - 21
12. Sagan Tosu - 20
13. Shimizu S-Pulse - 15
14. Ventforet Kofu - 15
15. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 12
16. Omiya Ardija - 11
17. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 10
18. Albirex Niigata - 8


J2 League Round 19:

Avispa Fukuoka 3-1 Nagoya Grampus - 13,281
Mito Hollyhock - 3-1 JEF United Chiba - 5,666
Yokohama FC 0-1 Montedio Yamagata - 5,113
Tokyo Verdy 3-3 Ehime FC - 6,057
Shonan Bellmare 1-0 Kyoto Sanga - 9,050
Zweigen Kanazawa 3-2 Renofa Yamaguchi - 4,283
Fagiano Okayama 1-1 FC Gifu - 8,855
Tokushima Vortis 3-0 Roasso Kumamoto - 3,873
V-Varen Nagasaki 0-0 Machida Zelvia - 5,687
Oita Trinita 2-1 Kamatamare Sanuki - 6,901
Thespakusatsu Gunma 0-2 Matsumoto Yamaga - 6,828

J2 League Round 19:

1. Avispa Fukuoka - 37
2. Shonan Bellmare - 37

3. Yokohama FC - 32
4. V-Varen Nagasaki - 32
5. Montedio Yamagata - 32
6. Tokyo Verdy - 31

7. Mito Hollyhock - 31
8. Nagoya Grampus - 31
9. Ehime FC - 31
10. Tokushima Vortis - 30
11. Oita Trinita - 29
12. Matsumoto Yamaga - 26
13. Fagiano Okayama - 26
14. Kyoto Sanga - 25
15. JEF United Chiba - 24
16. FC Gifu - 23
17. Machida Zelvia - 23
18. Zweigen Kanazawa - 19
19. Roasso Kumamoto - 15
20. Kamatamare Sanuki - 13
21. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 13
22. Renofa Yamaguchi - 10

J3 League Round 13:

Tochigi SC 2-1 Kagoshima United - 5,041
Gainare Tottori 0-1 Kataller Toyama - 2,054
YSCC 0-1 FC Tokyo U23 - 894
Fukushima United 0-3 Giravanz Kitakyushu - 1,304
SC Sagamihara 1-0 Fujieda MYFC - 2,347
Azul Claro Numazu 0-1 Blaublitz Akita - 2,491
Nagano Parceiro 1-1 Cerezo Osaka U23 - 4,169
Gamba Osaka U23 1-0 Grulla Morioka - 735

J3 League Round 13:

1. Blaublitz Akita - 30
2. Kataller Toyama - 25
3. Tochigi SC - 25
4. Azul Claro Numazu - 23
5. Nagano Parceiro - 20
6. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 20
7. Kagoshima United - 18
8. FC Ryukyu - 17
9. SC Sagamihara - 17
10. Fukushima United - 16
11. FC Tokyo U23 - 14
12. Gainare Tottori - 12
13. Fujieda MYFC - 12
14. Grulla Morioka - 11
15. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 11
16. YSCC - 8
17. Gamba Osaka U23 - 7
The worst of the Eight Hells is called Continuous Hell. It has the meaning of Continuous Suffering. Hence the name. He who is in Continuous Hell never dies. Longevity is a big hardship in Continuous Hell.


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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #57 on: June 22, 2017, 08:44:09 PM »
The 2nd Round of the 97th Emperor's Cup had some really fantastic results and wild cupsets. My favourite tournament in the world sure lived up to its fine legacy today! Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo were a major scalp, losing 5-2 to prefectural side Iwaki FC (after scores were level at 2-2 at fulltime). Mitch Duke was a 63rd minute substitute for Shimizu S-Pulse.

J3 team Nagano Parceiro eliminated FC Tokyo on penalties, Nathan Burns was not in the Tokyo matchday squad. The JFL team Honda FC took Jubilo Iwata to penalties and it went until the 9th kick each before Jubilo could finally put them down. Shonan Bellmare had to go through extra time to beat Kokushikan University. Vegalta Sendai lost 3-2 in regular time to Tsukuba University! Ventforet Kofu fell 1-0 at the hands of prefectural representative Vanraure Hachinohe. Oliver Bozanic was an 80th minute substitute for Ventforet.

Round 2 June 21st:

(J1) Kashima Antlers 5-0 FC Marayasu Okazaki (Aichi) - 2,273
(J2) Montedio Yamagata 1-0 V.Varen Nagasaki (J2) {a.e.t} - 1,887
(J1) Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 2-5 Iwaki FC (Fukushima) {a.e.t} - 1,674
(J1) Shimizu S-Pulse 4-1 Giravanz Kitakyushu (Fukuoka) - 1,623
(J1) Kashiwa Reysol 1-0 Briobecca Urayasu (Chiba) 2,577
(J2) Machida Zelvia 2-4 Oita Trinita (J2) - 931
(J1) FC Tokyo 1-1 Nagano Parceiro (Nagano) {Nagano win 5-4 on penalties} - 4,193
(J2) Fagiano Okayama 0-0 FC Imabari (Ehime) {Fagiano win 5-3 on penalties} - 2,564
(J1) Gamba Osaka 3-0 Verspah Oita (Oita) - 3,597
(J2) JEF United Chiba 1-0 Tokyo Verdy (J2) - 2,404
(J1) Jubilo Iwata 2-2 Honda FC (JFL seed) {Jubilo won 5-4 on penalties} 4,180
(J2) Shonan Bellmare 1-0 Kokushikan University {a.e.t} (Tokyo) 1,320
(J1) Omiya Ardija 3-0 Tonan Maebashi (Gunma) 1,847
(J2) Ehime FC 2-1 Kamatamare Sanuki (J2) 798
(J1) Vegalta Sendai 2-3 University of Tsukuba (Ibaraki) 2,017
(J2) Avispa Fukuoka 4-2 Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University (Miyazaki) 1,249
(J1) Urawa Red Diamonds 3-2 Grulla Morioka (Iwate) 5,038
(J2) Mito Hollyhock 1-2 Roasso Kumamoto (J2) {a.e.t} - 968
(J1) Albirex Niigata 2-1 Banditonce Kakogawa (Hyogo) {a.e.t} - 2,338
(J1) Cerezo Osaka 2-0 Niigata University of Health and Welfare (Niigata) 2,194
(J1) Vissel Kobe 3-1 Kataller Toyama (Toyama) - 1,805
(J2) Zweigen Kanazawa 2-0 Yokohama FC (J2) - 1,103
(J1) Yokohama F. Marinos 3-1 FC Osaka (Osaka) 2,468
(J2) Kyoto Sanga 0-1 Azul Claro Numazu (Shizuoka) - 1,067
(J1) Kawasaki Frontale 2-0 Tochigi Uva (Tochigi) - 4,155
(J2) Renofa Yamaguchi 1-2 Thespakusatsu Gunma (J2) - 2,015
(J1) Ventforet Kofu 0-1 Vanraure Hachinohe (Aomori) - 1,376
(J2) Nagoya Grampus 6-0 SRC Hiroshima (Hiroshima) - 2,268
(J1) Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3-2 Kagoshima United (Kagoshima) - 2,532
(J2) Tokushima Vortis 0-3 FC Gifu (J2) - 1,108
(J1) Sagan Tosu 3-0 Matsue City FC (Shimane) - 2,152
(J2) Matsumoto Yamaga 4-0 MD Nagasaki (Nagasaki) - 3,368

Round 3 July 12th:

(J1) Kashima Antlers vs Montedio Yamagata (J2)
(Fukushima) Iwaki FC vs Shimizu S-Pulse (J1)
(J1) Kashiwa Reysol vs Oita Trinita (J2)
(Nagano) Nagano Parceiro vs Fagiano Okayama (J2)
(J1) Gamba Osaka vs JEF United Chiba (J2)
(J1) Jubilo Iwata vs Shonan Bellmare (J2)
(J1) Omiya Ardija vs Ehime FC (J2)
(Ibaraki) University of Tsukuba vs Avispa Fukuoka (J2)
(J1) Urawa Red Diamonds vs Roasso Kumamoto (J2)
(J1) Albirex Niigata vs Cerezo Osaka (J1)
(J1) Vissel Kobe vs Zweigen Kanazawa (J2)
(J1) Yokohama F. Marinos vs Azul Claro Numazu (Shizuoka)
(J1) Kawasaki Frontale vs Thespakusatsu Gunma (J2)
(Aomori) Vanraure Hachinohe vs Nagoya Grampus (J2)
(J1) Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs FC Gifu (J2)
(J1) Sagan Tosu vs Matsumoto Yamaga (J2)
The worst of the Eight Hells is called Continuous Hell. It has the meaning of Continuous Suffering. Hence the name. He who is in Continuous Hell never dies. Longevity is a big hardship in Continuous Hell.


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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #58 on: June 22, 2017, 11:08:58 PM »
Good to see Grulla and Kagoshima pushing Urawa and Sanfrecce all the way.

Burns really needs out.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #59 on: June 24, 2017, 12:53:16 PM »
Death, taxes, and...

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #60 on: June 24, 2017, 02:54:16 PM »
It he wasn't leaving I'd propose it as the thread title.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #61 on: June 24, 2017, 05:20:47 PM »
Good to see Grulla and Kagoshima pushing Urawa and Sanfrecce all the way.

Burns really needs out.

Thankfully perhaps it's been confirmed he's leaving at the end of the month. Jets are hungry to get him as a marquee apparently.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #62 on: June 28, 2017, 07:06:21 PM »
Another week, another poor Sanfrecce performance. Got that sinking feeling for 2017. Urawa slipped up again, which is starting to make the early season hype about them being the best team ever look pretty comical now. The match between FC Gifu and JEF United Chiba in J2 equalled the record for most goals scored in a J2 game, it finished 6-4 to JEF. Things are very close in the J2 standings, the gap between 3rd and 11th place is just 3 points right now!

J1 League Round 16:

Vegalta Sendai 2-4 Cerezo Osaka - 15,530
Yokohama F. Marinos 2-0 Vissel Kobe - 16,673
Shimizu S-Pulse 1-0 Ventforet Kofu - 11,007
Jubilo Iwata 2-0 FC Tokyo - 13,816
Kashima Antlers 2-0 Albirex Niigata - 14,136
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 0-3 Omiya Ardija - 11,433
Kashiwa Reysol 2-1 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 9,769
Gamba Osaka 1-1 Kawasaki Frontale - 24,835
Sagan Tosu 2-1 Urawa Red Diamonds - 17,913

Oliver Bozanic started and played 67 minutes for Ventforet Kofu.

J1 League Round 16:

1. Kashiwa Reysol - 34
2. Cerezo Osaka - 32
3. Kashima Antlers - 30

4. Gamba Osaka - 29
5. Yokohama F. Marinos - 29
6. Kawasaki Frontale - 26
7. Jubilo Iwata - 25
8. FC Tokyo - 24
9. Urawa Red Diamonds - 23
10. Sagan Tosu - 23
11. Vissel Kobe - 23
12. Vegalta Sendai - 21
13. Shimizu S-Pulse - 18
14. Ventforet Kofu - 15
15. Omiya Ardija - 14
16. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 12
17. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 10
18. Albirex Niigata - 8


J2 League Round 20:

Montedio Yamagata 1-6 Tokushima Vortis - 5,795
Mito Hollyhock 2-1 Kamatamare Sanuki - 3,242
Machida Zelvia 2-4 Tokyo Verdy - 4,334
Yokohama FC 0-1 Shonan Bellmare - 8,656
Matsumoto Yamaga 1-1 Fagiano Okayama - 10,094
FC Gifu 4-6 JEF United Chiba - 4,521
Kyoto Sanga 1-3 Zweigen Kanazawa - 4,410
Ehime FC 0-1 Avispa Fukuoka - 7,117
Nagoya Grampus 2-0 V-Varen Nagasaki - 10,175
Roasso Kumamoto 0-2 Renofa Yamaguchi - 4,568
Thespakusatsu Gunma 0-4 Oita Trinita - 3,421

J2 League Round 20:

1. Avispa Fukuoka - 40
2. Shonan Bellmare - 40

3. Tokyo Verdy - 34
4. Mito Hollyhock - 34
5. Nagoya Grampus - 34
6. Tokushima Vortis - 33

7. Yokohama FC - 32
8. Oita Trinita - 32
9. V-Varen Nagasaki - 32
10. Montedio Yamagata - 32
11. Ehime FC - 31
12. Matsumoto Yamaga - 27
13. JEF United Chiba - 27
14. Fagiano Okayama - 27
15. Kyoto Sanga - 25
16. FC Gifu - 23
17. Machida Zelvia - 23
18. Zweigen Kanazawa - 22
19. Roasso Kumamoto - 15
20. Kamatamare Sanuki - 13
21. Renofa Yamaguchi - 13
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 13

J3 League Round 14:

Grulla Morioka 5-1 Fukushima United - 1,516
Fujieda MYFC 1-0 Cerezo Osaka U23 - 1,214
Blaublitz Akita 1-0 SC Sagamihara - 2,301
Kataller Toyama 2-0 Gamba Osaka U23 - 2,585
Giravanz Kitakyushu 1-2 Nagano Parceiro - 4,160
Kagoshima United 1-0 YSCC - 1,854
FC Ryukyu 2-1 Gainare Tottori - 1,813
FC Tokyo U23 1-6 Azul Claro Numazu - 1,735

J3 League Round 14:

1. Blaublitz Akita - 33
2. Kataller Toyama - 28
3. Azul Claro Numazu - 26
4. Tochigi SC - 25
5. Nagano Parceiro - 23
6. Kagoshima United - 21
7. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 20
8. FC Ryukyu - 20
9. SC Sagamihara - 17
10. Fukushima United - 16
11. Fujieda MYFC - 15
12. Grulla Morioka - 14
13. FC Tokyo U23 - 14
14. Gainare Tottori - 12
15. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 11
16. YSCC - 8
17. Gamba Osaka U23 - 7
The worst of the Eight Hells is called Continuous Hell. It has the meaning of Continuous Suffering. Hence the name. He who is in Continuous Hell never dies. Longevity is a big hardship in Continuous Hell.


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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #63 on: June 28, 2017, 07:10:59 PM »
I'll take Yokohama in the ACL, thx.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #64 on: June 29, 2017, 06:10:04 PM »
Nathan Burns has officially left. Looks like the running gag is over :(
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #65 on: July 01, 2017, 11:21:50 PM »
Promotion/relegation situation from J1 to J2 will be a little different from 2018, going back a ways to the old style.

17th and 18th will still go straight down from J1 to J2. 1st and 2nd will still be promoted straight up from J2 to J1.

But from next year, 3rd through 6th will have their playoff and the winner earns the right to battle the 16th placed J1 team for the final spot of J1 season. I remember Sanfrecce got relegated on a rel/pro playoff a few years before that system was scrapped. I kind of like the idea of a team that doesn't earn the top 2 spots having to fight that extra duel to earn their J1 spot.

In other breaking news, Blaublitz Akita (who are currently 1st in J3), have been denied a J2 license for next season. They're aiming to re-apply and be successful by 2019. I also think that the promotion from J3 to J2 has been rejigged this year, with 1st and 2nd going straight up with no playoff?
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #66 on: July 16, 2017, 03:43:12 PM »
Will catch up with J.League results tonight but the Emperor's Cup continued last week and some more major scalps took a tumble or went very close to. J3 team and Nagano prefectural representative Nagano Parceiro eliminated J2 Fagiano Okayama. Tando Velaphi is back! He was an unused substitute for Shonan Bellmare. Omiya Ardija scored a 119th minute equaliser and 120th minute winner to squeeze past Ehime FC. Milos Degenek started and played the full 90 minutes for Yokohama F. Marinos. Mitch Duke started and played the full 90 minutes for Shimizu S-Pulse.

The best result of the round was the University of Tsukuba eliminated Avispa Fukuoka to continue their giant killing cup run. They've now eliminated YSCC (J3), Vegalta Sendai (J1) and Avispa Fukuoka (J2).

(J1) Kashima Antlers 5-0 Montedio Yamagata (J2) - 5,211
(Fukushima) Iwaki FC 0-2 Shimizu S-Pulse (J1) - 3,238
(J1) Kashiwa Reysol 2-0 Oita Trinita (J2) - 3,715
(Nagano) Nagano Parceiro 1-0 Fagiano Okayama (J2) - 2,408
(J1) Gamba Osaka 2-0 JEF United Chiba (J2) - 8,048
(J1) Jubilo Iwata 4-1 Shonan Bellmare (J2) - 3,123
(J1) Omiya Ardija 3-2 Ehime FC (J2) {a.e.t} - 924
(Ibaraki) University of Tsukuba 2-1 Avispa Fukuoka (J2) 1,318
(J1) Urawa Red Diamonds 1-0 Roasso Kumamoto (J2) - 5,806
(J1) Albirex Niigata 2-3 Cerezo Osaka (J1) {a.e.t} - 3,104
(J1) Vissel Kobe 3-1 Zweigen Kanazawa (J2) - 3,066
(J1) Yokohama F. Marinos 4-2 Azul Claro Numazu (Shizuoka) - 4,458
(J1) Kawasaki Frontale 4-0 Thespakusatsu Gunma (J2) - 3,010
(Aomori) Vanraure Hachinohe vs Nagoya Grampus (J2) {POSTPONED DUE TO EXTREME WEATHER}
(J1) Sanfrecce Hiroshima 2-1 FC Gifu (J2) 2,649
(J1) Sagan Tosu 1-2 Matsumoto Yamaga (J2) - 5,037
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #67 on: July 16, 2017, 09:08:56 PM »
Nathan Burns has officially left. Looks like the running gag is over :(

Maybe not. We shall see. Not really sure Burns is the player who is gonna help Sanfrecce out of the rut, but who knows.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #68 on: July 16, 2017, 10:27:11 PM »
Just popping in to big up Cerezo Osaka. Absolutely on fire, such a joy to watch. Praying we make the ACL and are drawn in a group with Sydney.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #69 on: July 16, 2017, 10:44:49 PM »
Just popping in to big up Cerezo Osaka. Absolutely on fire, such a joy to watch. Praying we make the ACL and are drawn in a group with Sydney.

Hey nice to see you around these parts, nice to see you're not a twitter exclusive! Cerezo have been glorious so far, would love to see them manage to win the whole thing rather than one of the teams that has done it multiple times. If it can't be purple for the J1, might as well be pink.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #70 on: July 17, 2017, 11:30:23 AM »
Just popping in to big up Cerezo Osaka. Absolutely on fire, such a joy to watch. Praying we make the ACL and are drawn in a group with Sydney.

Hey nice to see you around these parts, nice to see you're not a twitter exclusive! Cerezo have been glorious so far, would love to see them manage to win the whole thing rather than one of the teams that has done it multiple times. If it can't be purple for the J1, might as well be pink.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #71 on: July 23, 2017, 11:23:59 AM »
Huge match last night - 4-2 over those cunts Urawa. Absolutely tore them apart in the first half. Still top of the league and the Osaka derby next week :scarf:

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #72 on: July 23, 2017, 11:29:57 AM »
That's a fantastic result, love seeing Urawa get rolled.  :beer:
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