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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #25 on: March 19, 2017, 09:45:39 pm »
J1 League Round 4:

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 2-1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 12,624
Yokohama F. Marinos 1-1 Albirex Niigata - 20,191
Ventforet Kofu 1-0 Omiya Ardija - 10,079
Shimizu S-Pulse 2-3 Kashima Antlers - 16,951
Kashiwa Reysol 0-1 Vegalta Sendai - 9,905
Cerezo Osaka 1-0 Sagan Tosu - 13,086
Vissel Kobe 1-0 Jubilo Iwata - 17,027
FC Tokyo 3-0 Kawasaki Frontale - 36,311
Gamba Osaka 1-1 Urawa Red Diamonds - 34,733

Milos Degenek started and played the full 90 minutes for Yokohama F. Marinos. Mitch Duke was an 84th minute substitute for Shimizu S-Pulse as they threw away a 2-0 lead at 74 minutes to lose 3-2 to Kashima. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad.

J1 League Round 4:

1. Vissel Kobe - 12
2. FC Tokyo - 9
3. Kashima Antlers - 9

4. Vegalta Sendai - 9
5. Gamba Osaka - 8
6. Urawa Red Diamonds - 7
7. Yokohama F. Marinos - 7
8. Kawasaki Frontale - 7
9. Shimizu S-Pulse - 6
10. Cerezo Osaka - 5
11. Jubilo Iwata - 4
12. Sagan Tosu - 4
13. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 4
14. Ventforet Kofu - 4
15. Kashiwa Reysol - 3
16. Albirex Niigata - 2
17. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 1
18. Omiya Ardija - 0


J2 League Round 4:

Nagoya Grampus 2-1 Mito Hollyhock - 9,320
Oita Trinita 0-1 Tokushima Vortis - 7,150
V-Varen Nagasaki 2-1 Zweigen Kanazawa - 3,811
Fagiano Okayama 2-1 Kyoto Sanga - 10,214
Montedio Yamagata 0-0 Kamatamare Sanuki - 9,828
Thespakusatsu Gunma 0-1 Machida Zelvia - 4,694
Matsumoto Yamaga 3-1 JEF United Chiba - 15,688
FC Gifu 1-2 Yokohama FC - 11,040
Renofa Yamaguchi 0-2 Tokyo Verdy - 4,583
Avispa Fukuoka 2-1 Roasso Kumamoto - 9,008
Ehime FC 0-1 Shonan Bellmare - 3,493

Tando Velaphi was not in the Shonan Bellmare matchday squad.

J2 League Round 4:

1. Shonan Bellmare - 10
2. Yokohama FC - 10

3. Tokyo Verdy - 9
4. Tokushima Vortis - 9
5. Avispa Fukuoka - 9
6. V-Varen Nagasaki - 7

7. Matsumoto Yamaga - 7
8. JEF United Chiba - 7
9. Nagoya Grampus - 7
10. Montedio Yamagata - 6
11. Oita Trinita - 6
12. Roasso Kumamoto - 5
13. Machida Zelvia - 5
14. Ehime FC - 5
15. Fagiano Okayama - 5
16. Kamatamare Sanuki - 3
17. Mito Hollyhock - 3
18. Kyoto Sanga - 3
19. FC Gifu - 2
20. Renofa Yamaguchi - 1
21. Zweigen Kanazawa - 1
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 0

J3 League Round 2:

Kataller Toyama 1-0 Kagoshima United - 3,698
Fujieda MYFC 2-1 FC Tokyo U23 - 1,921
Azul Claro Numazu 1-2 Fukushima United - 3,089
Ryukyu FC 1-2 Grulla Morioka - 4,438
Nagano Parceiro 3-0 YSCC - 6,009
Gainare Tottori 1-1 Tochigi SC - 2,435
Cerezo Osaka U23 1-3 Blaublitz Akita - 1,083
Gamba Osaka U23 0-1 SC Sagamihara - 1,609

Giravanz Kitakyushu sat out round 2.

J3 League Round 2:

1. Nagano Parceiro - 6
2. Fukushima United - 6
3. Kataller Toyama - 6
4. Blaublitz Akita - 4
5. Gainare Tottori - 4
6. Grulla Morioka - 4
7. Kagoshima United - 3
8. SC Sagamihara - 3
9. Fujieda MYFC - 3
10. Tochigi SC - 2
11. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 1
12. FC Ryukyu - 1
13. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 1
14. Azul Claro Numazu - 0
15. Gamba Osaka U23 - 0
16. FC Tokyo U23 - 0
17. YSCC - 0
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #26 on: March 26, 2017, 08:44:43 pm »
No J1 due to the international break (are you looking, FFA?) but there was J2 and J3 action to look at.

J2 League Round 5:

Mito Hollyhock 1-0 Ehime FC - 4,011
Tokyo Verdy 1-0 FC Gifu - 3,331
Kyoto Sanga 0-1 V-Varen Nagasaki - 5,854
Shonan Bellmare 2-0 JEF United Chiba - 10,211
Yokohama FC 0-2 Tokushima Vortis - 4,124
Zweigen Kanazawa 2-2 Machida Zelvia - 2,830
Renofa Yamaguchi 1-0 Kamatamare Sanuki - 4,254
Roasso Kumamoto 0-1 Oita Trinita - 10,056
Montedio Yamagata 0-0 Avispa Fukuoka - 6,110
Thespakusatsu Gunma 1-2 Fagiano Okayama - 2,204
Matsumoto Yamaga 1-2 Nagoya Grampus - 15,509

Kazuyoshi Miura  :king: started and played the first half for Yokohama FC.

J2 League Round 5:

1. Shonan Bellmare - 13
2. Tokyo Verdy - 12

3. Tokushima Vortis - 12
4. V-Varen Nagasaki - 10
5. Nagoya Grampus - 10
6. Avispa Fukuoka - 10

7. Yokohama FC - 10
8. Oita Trinita - 9
9. Fagiano Okayama - 8
10. Matsumoto Yamaga - 7
11. Montedio Yamagata - 7
12. JEF United Chiba - 7
13. Machida Zelvia - 6
14. Mito Hollyhock - 6
15. Roasso Kumamoto - 5
16. Ehime FC - 5
17. Renofa Yamaguchi - 4
18. Kamatamare Sanuki - 3
19. Kyoto Sanga - 3
20. FC Gifu - 2
21. Zweigen Kanazawa - 2
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 0

J3 League Round 3:

Tochigi SC 1-0 YSCC - 2,758
Azul Claro Numazu 4-1 Fujieda MYFC - 2,947
Kagoshima United 1-0 Gamba Osaka U23 - 2,219
FC Tokyo U23 1-0 SC Sagamihara - 2,020
Grulla Morioka 0-3 Kataller Toyama - 1,018
Fukushima United 1-0 FC Ryukyu - 1,637
Gainare Tottori 1-0 Nagano Parceiro - 1,574
Giravanz Kitakyushu 1-0 Cerezo Osaka U23 - 4,455

Blaublitz Akita sat out the round.

J3 League Round 3:

1. Kataller Toyama - 9
2. Fukushima United - 9
3. Gainare Tottori - 7
4. Kagoshima United - 6
5. Nagano Parceiro - 6
6. Tochigi SC - 5
7. Blaublitz Akita - 4
8. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 4
9. Grulla Morioka - 4
10. Azul Claro Numazu - 3
11. SC Sagamihara - 3
12. FC Tokyo U23 - 3
13. Fujieda MYFC - 3
14. FC Ryukyu - 1
15. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 1
16. Gamba Osaka U23 - 0
17. YSCC - 0
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 #27 on: April 02, 2017, 08:38:58 pm »
It is tough being a Sanfrecce fan so far this season. A 4th loss in the opening 5 matches.

J1 League Round 5:

Vegalta Sendai 0-2 Kawasaki Frontale - 13,122
Albirex Niigata 2-3 Gamba Osaka - 20,043
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 0-2 Kashiwa Reysol - 13,639
Jubilo Iwata 3-1 Shimizu S-Pulse - 40,491
Cerezo Osaka 2-0 Yokohama F. Marinos - 14,455
FC Tokyo 3-3 Sagan Tosu - 19,669
Vissel Kobe 1-3 Urawa Red Diamonds - 18,889
Omiya Ardija 0-1 Kashima Antlers - 11,676
Ventforet Kofu 2-0 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 10,195

Mitch Duke was an 80th minute substitute for Shimizu S-Pulse. Milos Degenek started and played the full 90 minutes for Yokohama F. Marinos. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad. Oliver Bozanic started and played the full 90 minutes for Ventforet Kofu.

J1 League Round 5:

1. Vissel Kobe - 12
2. Kashima Antlers - 12
3. Gamba Osaka - 11

4. Urawa Red Diamonds - 10
5. FC Tokyo - 10
6. Kawasaki Frontale - 10
7. Vegalta Sendai - 9
8. Cerezo Osaka - 8
9. Yokohama F. Marinos - 7
10. Jubilo Iwata - 7
11. Ventforet Kofu - 7
12. Kashiwa Reysol - 6
13. Shimizu S-Pulse - 6
14. Sagan Tosu - 5
15. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 4
16. Albirex Niigata - 2
17. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 1
18. Omiya Ardija - 0


J2 League Round 6:

Mito Hollyhock 1-1 Renofa Yamaguchi - 3,072
JEF United Chiba 2-2 Kyoto Sanga - 7,716
Machida Zelvia 0-1 FC Gifu - 2,819
Tokushima Vortis 0-2 Matsumoto Yamaga - 4,782
Oita Trinita 1-1 Ehime FC - 6,788
Nagoya Grampus 5-1 Roasso Kumamoto - 11,554
Zweigen Kanazawa 2-0 Thespakusatsu Gunma - 3,480
V-Varen Nagasaki 2-0 Montedio Yamagata - 4,261
Fagiano Okayama 0-1 Tokyo Verdy - 8,551
Kamatamare Sanuki 3-0 Shonan Bellmare - 2,983
Avispa Fukuoka 0-0 Yokohama FC - 10,464

Kazuyoshi Miura  :king: started and and played 62 minutes for Yokohama FC.

J2 League Round 6:

1. Tokyo Verdy - 15
2. Nagoya Grampus - 13

3. V-Varen Nagasaki - 13
4. Shonan Bellmare - 13
5. Tokushima Vortis - 12
6. Avispa Fukuoka - 11

7. Yokohama FC - 11
8. Matsumoto Yamaga - 10
9. Oita Trinita - 10
10. JEF United Chiba - 8
11. Fagiano Okayama - 8
12. Mito Hollyhock - 7
13. Montedio Yamagata - 7
14. Kamatamare Sanuki - 6
15. Machida Zelvia - 6
16. Ehime FC - 6
17. FC Gifu - 5
18. Zweigen Kanazawa - 5
19. Renofa Yamaguchi - 5
20. Roasso Kumamoto - 5
21. Kyoto Sanga - 4
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 0

J3 League Round 4:

YSCC 2-2 Cerezo Osaka U23 - 559
SC Sagamihara 1-0 Giravanz Kitakyushu - 1,548
FC Ryukyu 3-0 Gamba Osaka U23 - 1,559
Blaublitz Akita 1-0 Grulla Morioka - 2,416
Nagano Parceiro 0-1 Fukushima United - 4,323
Kataller Toyama 0-3 Azul Claro Numazu - 3,008
Fujieda MYFC 2-2 Tochigi SC - 1,402
FC Tokyo U23 1-2 Kagoshima United - 1,876

Gainare Tottori sat out round 4.

J3 League Round 4:

1. Fukushima United - 12
2. Kagoshima United - 9
3. Kataller Toyama - 9
4. Blaublitz Akita - 7
5. Gainare Tottori - 7
6. Azul Claro Numazu - 6
7. Nagano Parceiro - 6
8. Tochigi SC - 6
9. SC Sagamihara - 6
10. FC Ryukyu - 4
11. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 4
12. Grulla Morioka - 4
13. Fujieda MYFC - 4
14. FC Tokyo U23 - 3
15. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 2
16. YSCC - 1
17. Gamba Osaka - 0
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 #28 on: April 08, 2017, 03:58:07 pm »
Urawa put a whooping on Sendai last night, 7-0. Good lord.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #29 on: April 08, 2017, 04:20:10 pm »
That's gotta be close to a club record?

Vegalta are in serious trouble this year I think.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #30 on: April 11, 2017, 09:51:44 pm »
Excitement on the weekend of J.League. Big scores, important results, Sanfrecce Hiroshima getting a win at last, gotta love it.

J1 League Round 6:

Gamba Osaka 0-1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 13,521
Urawa Red Diamonds 7-0 Vegalta Sendai - 25,372
Kawasaki Frontale 1-1 Ventforet Kofu - 19,867
Kashima Antlers 0-1 Cerezo Osaka - 21,078
Omiya Ardija 0-2 Vissel Kobe - 9,598
Kashiwa Reysol 0-2 Shimizu S-Pulse - 9,432
Sagan Tosu 3-0 Albirex Niigata - 8,990
Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 2-1 FC Tokyo - 16,948
Yokohama F. Marinos 2-1 Jubilo Iwata - 38,803

Oliver Bozanic started and played 64 minutes for Ventforet Kofu. Mitch Duke was an 82nd minute substitute for Shimizu S-Pulse, and scored a 92nd minute goal. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad.

J1 League Round 6:

1. Vissel Kobe - 15
2. Urawa Red Diamonds - 13
3. Kashima Antlers - 12

4. Gamba Osaka - 11
5. Kawasaki Frontale - 11
6. Cerezo Osaka - 11
7. FC Tokyo - 10
8. Yokohama F. Marinos - 10
9. Shimizu S-Pulse - 9
10. Vegalta Sendai - 9
11. Sagan Tosu - 8
12. Ventforet Kofu - 8
13. Jubilo Iwata - 7
14. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 7
15. Kashiwa Reysol - 6
16. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 4
17. Albirex Niigata - 2
18. Omiya Ardija - 0


J2 League Round 7:

Renofa Yamaguchi 1-1 Tokushima Vortis - 7,046
Matsumoto Yamaga 3-0 V-Varen Nagasaki - 11,215
Nagoya Grampus 2-1  Kamatamare Sanuki - 7,046
FC Gifu 2-1 Mito Hollyhock - 4,536
JEF United Chiba 1-1 Thespakusatsu Gunma - 7,361
Yokohama FC 2-0 Kyoto Sanga - 2,908
Avispa Fukuoka 1-3 Machida Zelvia - 6,021
Fagiano Okayama 0-1 Zweigen Kanazawa - 6,275
Tokyo Verdy 2-3 Shonan Bellmare - 5,879
Ehime FC 1-0 Roasso Kumamoto - 3,766
Montedio Yamagata 3-2 Oita Trinita - 4,822

Kazuyoshi Miura  :king: started and played 59 minutes for Yokohama FC. Yuki Nakashima scored an incredible hat trick for Machida Zelvia, striking in the 87th, 90th and 95th minute.

J2 League Round 7:

1. Nagoya Grampus - 16
2. Shonan Bellmare - 16

3. Tokyo Verdy - 15
4. Yokohama FC - 14
5. Matsumoto Yamaga - 13
6. V-Varen Nagasaki - 13

7. Tokushima Vortis - 13
8. Avispa Fukuoka - 11
9. Oita Trinita - 10
10. Montedio Yamagata - 10
11. Machida Zelvia - 9
12. Ehime FC - 9
13. JEF United Chiba - 9
14. FC Gifu - 8
15. Fagiano Okayama - 8
16. Zweigen Kanazawa - 8
17. Mito Hollyhock - 7
18. Kamatamare Sanuki - 6
19. Renofa Yamaguchi - 6
20. Roasso Kumamoto - 5
21. Kyoto Sanga - 4
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 1

There were no J3 matches last weekend due to Emperor's Cup qualification tournaments.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #31 on: April 13, 2017, 05:16:26 pm »
While the ACL was happening this week, the second round of Levain Cup also took place.

Levain Cup Group A Round 2:

Vegalta Sendai 2-0 Jubilo Iwata - 5,003
Omiya Ardija 0-0 Kashiwa Reysol - 5,717
Shimizu S-Pulse 0-1 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 5,658

Levain Cup Group B Round 2:

Ventforet Kofu 0-0 Cerezo Osaka - 5,257
Albirex Niigata 0-1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 6,931
Yokohama F. Marinos 0-2 Vissel Kobe - 5,314

Mitch Duke started and played the full 90 minutes for Shimizu S-Pulse. Oliver Bozanic was not in the Ventforet Kofu matchday squad. Milos Degenek was an unused substitution for Yokohama F. Marinos. FC Tokyo and Sagan Tosu sat out round 2.

Group A:

1.Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 6
2. Kashiwa Reysol - 4

3. FC Tokyo - 3
4. Vegalta Sendai - 3
5. Omiya Ardija - 1
6. Shimizu S-Pulse - 0
7. Jubilo Iwata - 0

Group B:

1. Cerezo Osaka - 4
2. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 4

3. Vissel Kobe - 3
4. Ventforet Kofu - 2
5. Sagan Tosu - 1
6. Albirex Niigata - 1
7. Yokohama F. Marinos - 0
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 #32 on: April 14, 2017, 12:44:20 am »
I love the "Aussie guy did nothing in the J-League this week" posts, promptly followed by the "Aussie guy played 90 mins in the Mickey Mouse Cup" posts.  :tops:

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #33 on: April 19, 2017, 05:42:35 pm »
Cerezo Osaka must have thought they'd stolen the Osaka derby with a goal to put them 2-1 up in the 86th minute. Yet the old "Gamba's curse" became "Gamba's friend" on this day as they equalised in the 93rd.

J1 League Round 7:

Ventforet Kofu 0-2 Albirex Niigata - 10,472
Shimizu S-Pulse 1-1 Omiya Arija - 16,277
Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 1-1 Kawasak Frontale - 18,155
FC Tokyo 0-1 Urawa Red Diamonds - 38,248
Cerezo Osaka 2-2 Gamba Osaka - 42,438
Jubilo Iwata 2-1 Sagan Tosu - 11,910
Vissel Kobe 1-2 Kashiwa Reysol - 14,377
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 0-1 Yokohama F. Marinos - 12,651

Oliver Bozanic started and played 76 minutes for Ventforet Kofu. Mitch Duke was an 81st minute substitute for Shimizu S-Pulse. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad. Milos Degenek started and played the full 90 minutes for Yokohama F. Marinos.

J1 League Round 7:

1. Urawa Red Diamonds - 16
2. Kashima Antlers - 15
3. Vissel Kobe - 15

4. Yokohama F. Marinos - 13
5. Gamba Osaka - 12
6. Kawasaki Frontale - 12
7. Cerezo Osaka - 12
8. FC Tokyo - 10
9. Shimizu S-Pulse - 10
10. Jubilo Iwata - 10
11. Kashiwa Reysol - 9
12. Vegalta Sendai - 9
13. Sagan Tosu - 8
14. Ventforet Kofu - 8
15. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 8
16. Albirex Niigata - 5
17. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 4
18. Omiya Ardija - 1


J2 League Round 8:

Montedio Yamagata 1-0 Tokyo Verdy - 4,677
Renofa Yamaguchi 0-1 JEF United Chiba - 4,287
Tokushima Vortis 2-2 Nagoya Grampus - 6,078
Oita Trinita 1-0 Zweigen Kanazawa - 6,136
Thespakusatsu Gunma 0-1 Mito Hollyhock - 5,802
Machida Zelvia 1-0 Yokohama FC - 5,034
Kyoto Sanga 3-2 Ehime FC - 5,429
Shonan Bellmare 3-3 FC Gifu - 7,375
V-Varen Nagasaki 0-1 Avispa Fukuoka - 5,340
Kamatamare Sanuki 1-1 Fagiano Okayama - 6,872
Roasso Kumamoto 2-0 Matsumoto Yamaga - 13,990

Kazuyoshi Miura  :king: started and played the first half for Yokohama FC. Former national team star Tulio struck a hat trick for Kyoto Sanga including a 92nd minute winner.

J2 League Round 8:

1. Nagoya Grampus - 17
2. Shonan Bellmare - 17

3. Tokyo Verdy - 15
4. Tokushima Vortis - 14
5. Yokohama FC - 14
6. Avispa Fukuoka - 14

7. Matsumoto Yamaga - 13
8. V-Varen Nagasaki - 13
9. Oita Trinita - 13
10. Montedio Yamagata - 13
11. Machida Zelvia - 12
12. JEF United Chiba - 12
13. Mito Hollyhock - 10
14. FC Gifu - 9
15. Ehime FC - 9
16. Fagiano Okayama - 9
17. Roasso Kumamoto - 8
18. Zweigen Kanazawa - 8
19. Kamatamare Sanuki - 7
20. Kyoto Sanga - 7
21. Renofa Yamaguchi - 6
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 1

J3 League Round 5:

Gamba Osaka U23 0-2 Nagano Parceiro - 1,427
Cerezo Osaka U23 0-1 FC Tokyo U23 - 1,375
Grulla Morioka 1-0 Fujieda MYFC - 805
Blaublitz Akita 3-1 Gainare Tottori - 1,518
Fukushima United 1-1 SC Sagamihara - 1,341
Tochigi SC 2-1 Azul Claro Numazu - 3,591
Kataller Toyama 0-0 FC Ryukyu - 3,041
Kagoshima United 2-1 Giravanz Kitakyushu - 5,157

FC Tokyo Under-23 striker Takefusa Kubo became the youngest player to score a goal in a J.League match on Saturday during his teamís J3 League match against Cerezo Osaka U-23. Kuboís 38th-minute goal came at 15 years, 10 months and 11 days, besting the previous J3 record held by Cerezoís Reiya Morishita of 17 years, five months and one day.

YSCC sat out round 5. Gamba Osaka U23 remain the only team in J1, J2, J3 yet to gain a point this season.

J3 League Round 5:

1. Fukushima United - 13
2. Kagoshima United - 12
3. Blaublitz Akita - 10
4. Kataller Toyama - 10
5. Nagano Parceiro - 9
6. Tochigi SC - 9
7. Gainare Tottori - 7
8. SC Sagamihara - 7
9. Grulla Morioka - 7
10. Azul Claro Numazu - 6
11. FC Tokyo U23 - 6
12. FC Ryukyu - 5
13. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 4
14. Fujieda MYFC - 4
15. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 2
16. YSCC - 1
17. Gamba Osaka U23 - 0
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 #34 on: April 20, 2017, 06:59:42 pm »
I actually watched the Osaka game (because i've become the dude who updates the A-League subreddits joke world title thing). Pretty fun game.

On another note, i laugh at the predictability of Bellmare. Get flogged in J1, do well in J2 immediately. Like clockwork.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #35 on: April 21, 2017, 01:24:05 pm »
My favourite competition in world football, the Emperor's Cup, begins its 97th edition tomorrow.

The qualifiers have worked their way through the prefectural tournaments and the road to New Year's Day begins now! Any prefecture or city that you've spent time in made it this far? Any sentimental favourites or underdogs you're hitching along for the ride with this year? Let's enjoy this great tournament. In brackets is either the division the team is in, or the prefecture they are representing this year.

97th Emperor's Cup 1st Round:

(Wakayama) Arterivo Wakayama vs FC Marayasu Okazaki (Aichi)
(Fukushima) Iwaki FC vs Norbritz Hokkaido (Hokkaido)
(Fukuoka) Giravanz Kitakyushu vs Alvero Takamatsu (Kagawa)
(Yamanashi) Azusaki Astros vs Briobecca Urayasu (Chiba)
(Nagano) AC Nagano Parceiro vs Suzuka Unlimited FC (Mie)
(Okinawa) FC Ryukyu vs FC Imabari (Ehime)
(Oita) Verspah Oita vs Kochi United (Kochi)
(JFL seed) Honda FC vs Biwako Seikei Sport College (Shiga)
(Akita) Blaublitz Akita vs Kokushikan University (Tokyo)
(Gunma) Tonan Maebashi vs Tokyo International University (Saitama)
(Kanagawa) YSCC vs University of Tsukuba (Ibaraki)
(Miyazaki) Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University vs Tokuyama University (Yamaguchi)
(Iwate) Grulla Morioka vs Sony Sendai (Miyagi)
(Ishikawa) Hokuriku University vs Banditonce Kakogawa (Hyogo)
(Gifu) Gifu Keizai University vs Niigata University of Health and Welfare (Niigata)
(Toyama) Kataller Toyama vs Amitie SC (Kyoto)
(Osaka) FC Osaka vs Saga University (Saga)
(Shizuoka) Azul Claro Numazu vs Saurcos Fukui (Fukui)
(Tochigi) Tochigi Uva vs FC Parafrente Yonezawa (Yamagata)
(Nara) Nara Club vs Vanraure Hachinohe (Aomori)
(Hiroshima) SRC Hiroshima vs Mitsubishi Mizushima FC (Okayama)
(Tottori) Gainare Tottori vs Kagoshima United (Kagoshima)
(Kumamoto) Kumamoto Teacher Kick Fighter vs Matsue City FC (Shimane)
(Tokushima) FC Tokushima Celeste vs MD Nagasaki (Nagasaki)
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #36 on: April 21, 2017, 06:27:14 pm »

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #37 on: April 21, 2017, 08:04:23 pm »
Gamba Osaka in a little strife as there have been fans waving flags and wearing attire that sports an SS style insignia.

Unlike some football clubs in Australia, J.League clubs have not a lot of tolerance for this and have acted immediately.

60-70 members of Sledgehammer Bros, supporter group who used SS logo, banned indefinitely. Group has not yet named member who waved flag.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #38 on: April 21, 2017, 08:07:41 pm »
Also at some point tonight as two J1 games are taking place as we speak, the 20,000th J.League goal will be scored.

Will it be a player from Gamba Osaka, Omiya Ardija, Kawasaki Frontale, or Shimizu S-Pulse?

EDIT:

21 year old Shota Kaneko of Shimizu S-Pulse just scored the 20,000th goal in J.League history. Congratulations young man!
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #39 on: April 22, 2017, 11:24:50 am »
Any SFCU folks happen to be in Japan right now and can get to Shizuoka next weekend?

J3 side Fujieda MYFC are having a special "All you can drink Sake" event at their next home game.  :pub:
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #40 on: April 22, 2017, 02:54:52 pm »
As Emperor's Cup results come in today and tomorrow I'll put them in here and start filling out the picture for Round 2.

Round 1:

(Wakayama) Arterivo Wakayama 2-3 FC Marayasu Okazaki (Aichi) {a.e.t}
(Fukushima) Iwaki FC 8-2 Norbritz Hokkaido (Hokkaido)
(Fukuoka) Giravanz Kitakyushu 10-0 Alvero Takamatsu (Kagawa)
(Yamanashi) Azusaki Astros 1-5 Briobecca Urayasu (Chiba)
(Nagano) AC Nagano Parceiro 1-0 Suzuka Unlimited FC (Mie)
(Okinawa) FC Ryukyu 5-5 FC Imabari (Ehime) {Imabari win 5-3 on penalties}
(Oita) Verspah Oita 2-1 Kochi United (Kochi)
(JFL seed) Honda FC 3-1 Biwako Seikei Sport College (Shiga) {a.e.t}
(Akita) Blaublitz Akita 1-2 Kokushikan University (Tokyo)
(Gunma) Tonan Maebashi 1-0 Tokyo International University (Saitama)
(Kanagawa) YSCC 1-2 University of Tsukuba (Ibaraki)
(Miyazaki) Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University 2-1 Tokuyama University (Yamaguchi)
(Iwate) Grulla Morioka 2-0 Sony Sendai (Miyagi)
(Ishikawa) Hokuriku University 0-2 Banditonce Kakogawa (Hyogo) {a.e.t}
(Gifu) Gifu Keizai University 1-3 Niigata University of Health and Welfare (Niigata)
(Toyama) Kataller Toyama 1-0 Amitie SC (Kyoto)
(Osaka) FC Osaka 4-1 Saga University (Saga)
(Shizuoka) Azul Claro Numazu 1-0 Saurcos Fukui (Fukui)
(Tochigi) Tochigi Uva 6-1 FC Parafrente Yonezawa (Yamagata)
(Nara) Nara Club 0-1 Vanraure Hachinohe (Aomori) {a.e.t}
(Hiroshima) SRC Hiroshima 1-0 Mitsubishi Mizushima FC (Okayama)
(Tottori) Gainare Tottori 0-1 Kagoshima United (Kagoshima)
(Kumamoto) Kumamoto Teacher Kick Fighter 0-1 Matsue City FC (Shimane)
(Tokushima) FC Tokushima Celeste 1-2 MD Nagasaki (Nagasaki)

Round 2 June 21st:

(J1) Kashima Antlers vs FC Marayasu Okazaki (Aichi)
(J2) Montedio Yamagata vs V.Varen Nagasaki (J2)
(J1) Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo vs Iwaki FC (Fukushima)
(J1) Shimizu S-Pulse vs Giravanz Kitakyushu (Fukuoka)
(J1) Kashiwa Reysol vs Briobecca Urayasu (Chiba)
(J2) Machida Zelvia vs Oita Trinita (J2)
(J1) FC Tokyo vs Nagano Parceiro (Nagano)
(J2) Fagiano Okayama vs FC Imabari (Ehime)
(J1) Gamba Osaka vs Verspah Oita (Oita)
(J2) JEF United Chiba vs Tokyo Verdy (J2)
(J1) Jubilo Iwata vs Honda FC (JFL seed)
(J2) Shonan Bellmare vs Kokushikan University (Tokyo)
(J1) Omiya Ardija vs Tonan Maebashi (Gunma)
(J2) Ehime FC vs Kamatamare Sanuki (J2)
(J1) Vegalta Sendai vs University of Tsukuba (Ibaraki)
(J2) Avispa Fukuoka vs Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University (Miyazaki)
(J1) Urawa Red Diamonds vs Grulla Morioka (Iwate)
(J2) Mito Hollyhock vs Roasso Kumamoto (J2)
(J1) Albirex Niigata vs Banditonce Kakogawa (Hyogo)
(J1) Cerezo Osaka vs Niigata University of Health and Welfare (Niigata)
(J1) Vissel Kobe vs Kataller Toyama (Toyama)
(J2) Zweigen Kanazawa vs Yokohama FC (J2)
(J1) Yokohama F. Marinos vs FC Osaka (Osaka)
(J2) Kyoto Sanga vs Azul Claro Numazu (Shizuoka)
(J1) Kawasaki Frontale vs Tochigi Uva (Tochigi)
(J2) Renofa Yamaguchi vs Thespakusatsu Gunma (J2)
(J1) Ventforet Kofu vs Vanraure Hachinohe (Aomori)
(J2) Nagoya Grampus vs SRC Hiroshima (Hiroshima)
(J1) Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Kagoshima United (Kagoshima)
(J2) Tokushima Vortis vs FC Gifu (J2)
(J1) Sagan Tosu vs Matsue City FC (Shimane)
(J2) Matsumoto Yamaga vs MD Nagasaki (Nagasaki)
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #41 on: April 22, 2017, 04:53:09 pm »
Any SFCU folks happen to be in Japan right now and can get to Shizuoka next weekend?

J3 side Fujieda MYFC are having a special "All you can drink Sake" event at their next home game.  :pub:

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #42 on: April 28, 2017, 12:15:18 pm »
J.League action last weekend and a midweek Levain Cup, it's all good! (Except for Gamba Osaka fans...but that can save for another post)

J1 League Round 8:

Kawasaki Frontale 2-2 Shimizu S-Pulse - 17,358
Gamba Osaka 6-0 Omiya Ardija - 13,074
Urawa Red Diamonds 3-2 Consadole Sapporo - 36,880
Ventforet Kofu 1-1 Cerezo Osaka - 11,038
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3-3 Vegalta Sendai - 10,814
Kashima Antlers 0-3 Jubilo Iwata - 18,276
Kashiwa Reysol 2-0 Yokohama F. Marinos - 10,268
Albirex Niigata 0-3 FC Tokyo - 18,292
Sagan Tosu 1-0 Vissel Kobe - 11,088

Mitch Duke was an 84th minute substitute for Shimizu S-Pulse. Oliver Bozanic was a 72nd minute substitute for Ventforet Kofu. Milos Degenek started and played the full 90 minutes for Yokohama F. Marinos. Nathan Burns was not in the FC Tokyo matchday squad.

J1 League Round 8:

1. Urawa Red Diamonds - 19
2. Gamba Osaka - 15
3. Vissel Kobe - 15

4. Kashima Antlers - 15
5. FC Tokyo - 13
6. Jubilo Iwata - 13
7. Kawasaki Frontale - 13
8. Cerezo Osaka - 13
9. Yokohama F. Marinos - 13
10. Kashiwa Reysol - 12
11. Shimizu S-Pulse - 11
12. Sagan Tosu - 11
13. Vegalta Sendai - 10
14. Ventforet Kofu - 9
15. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 8
16. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 5
17. Albirex Niigata - 5
18. Omiya Ardija - 1


J2 League Round 9:

Mito Hollyhock 1-1 Avispa Fukuoka - 3,023
Nagoya Grampus 0-2 Renofa Yamaguchi - 8,883
Tokyo Verdy 3-1 Thespakusatsu Gunma - 2,786
Machida Zelvia 0-1 Tokushima Vortis - 2,710
Kyoto Sanga  1-1 Matsumoto Yamaga - 7,625
Ehime FC 1-0 V-Varen Nagasaki - 2,280
Shonan Bellmare 0-1 Oita Trinita - 7,101
Yokohama FC 4-0  JEF United Chiba - 5,367
Fagiano Okayama 2-1 Montedio Yamagata - 8,104
Kamatamare Sanuki 1-3 FC Gifu - 3,006
Zweigen Kanazawa 0-2 Roasso Kumamoto - 3,322

J2 League Round 9:

1. Tokyo Verdy - 18
2. Yokohama FC - 17

3. Nagoya Grampus - 17
4. Tokushima Vortis - 17
5. Shonan Bellmare - 17
6. Oita Trinita - 16

7. Avispa Fukuoka - 15
8. Matsumoto Yamaga - 14
9. V-Varen Nagasaki - 13
10. Montedio Yamagata - 13
11. FC Gifu - 12
12. Machida Zelvia - 12
13. Ehime FC - 12
14. Fagiano Okayama - 12
15. JEF United Chiba - 12
16. Mito Hollyhock - 11
17. Roasso Kumamoto - 11
18. Renofa Yamaguchi - 9
19. Kyoto Sanga - 8
20. Zweigen Kanazawa - 8
21. Kamatamare Sanuki - 7
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 1

No J3 League last weekend due to Emperor's Cup 1st Round.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #43 on: April 29, 2017, 03:47:04 pm »
Wasn't looking forward to updating the latest Levain Cup results, as Sanfrecce continue to plunge ever more gloriously into the depths of despair.

Levain Cup Group A Round 3:

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 1-1 Omiya Ardija - 6,611
Vegalta Sendai 3-1 Shimizu S-Pulse - 5,092
Jubilo Iwata 3-1 FC Tokyo - 5,638

Levain Cup Group B Round 3:

Vissel Kobe 4-1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 5,095
Sagan Tosu 4-4 Cerezo Osaka
Yokohama F. Marinos 4-1 Albirex Niigata - 5,538

Mitch Duke started and played 90 minutes for Shimizu S-Pulse. Nathan Burns started for FC Tokyo but was tactically substituted after only 21 minutes as a result of a red card to Tokyo. Milos Degenek was an unused substitute for Yokohama F. Marinos. Kashiwa Reysol and Ventforet Kofu sat out round 3.

Group A :

1. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 7
2. Vegalta Sendai - 6

3. Kashiwa Reysol - 4
4. FC Tokyo - 3
5. Jubilo Iwata - 3
6. Omiya Ardija - 2
7. Shimizu S-Pulse - 0

Group B:

1. Vissel Kobe - 6
2. Cerezo Osaka - 5

3. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 4
4. Yokohama F. Marinos - 3
5. Sagan Tosu - 2
6. Ventforet Kofu - 2
7. Albirex Niigata - 1
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #44 on: April 29, 2017, 10:25:07 pm »
Burns really needs to move.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #45 on: May 02, 2017, 09:17:23 pm »
Just amazing looking at some of the chaotic stuff that is going on in J.League in the stands lately, and how it is being dealt with.

It is worlds apart from the kid gloves treatment some of the childish pricks in the A-League stands are treated with.

Firstly, Gamba Osaka supporter group waving a flag with insignia that are practically identical with the insignia of the SS, and having it on their merch.

The supporters group has been ordered to disband.

The homepage of the Gamba Supporter Alliance has been closed and now only bears a message from former BROS call leader Michel. Michel reveals that he has gotten a lifetime ban, while the rest of the group has received an indefinite ban in addition to their disbanding. "There was no intentional political ideology, but we are responsible for letting this problem develop and apologize to those affected." "I keenly realize how much trouble we have caused in our efforts to support (the club) and sincerely apologize."

Gamba have also announced start of "Project Team" between club & supporters to re-evaluate and re-establish active support going forward. Gamba Osaka chairman has suggested he will take a pay cut over the scandal.

J.League chairman Murai: "What we (Japan) accept is starting to differ from rest of world. We have to accept that environment is changing." Sports journalist writes "This is Japan' no longer an excuse for (conduct) seen as discriminatory/provocative"


A Tokushima Vortis fan who threw a beer at a player has been banned from attending matches indefinitely as soon as he was identified. The fan actually called the club to confess.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #46 on: May 06, 2017, 11:30:16 am »
I stop paying attention to sport for a few months and everything goes to hell for Gamba off the field. At least we seem to be doing ok in the league.

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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #47 on: May 11, 2017, 09:58:40 am »
Is there a decent (ideally legitimate, ideally in English) way of actually watching J-League games?
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #48 on: May 11, 2017, 10:33:34 am »
Is there a decent (ideally legitimate, ideally in English) way of actually watching J-League games?

Bet365 stream a lot of J1 and J2 games if you chuck a few bucks in an account. It's not in English though.
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Re: J.League 2017 (Split season is gone!)
« Reply #49 on: May 15, 2017, 07:33:07 pm »
All of the Grand Final excitement and drama left me completely oblivious to any other football going on across the world, I'm a couple of rounds behind but I'll zoom straight to the most recent round of matches completed. Life is still tough for Sanfrecce but Urawa are looking more and more menacing, despite a couple of blips in recent weeks.

J1 League Round 11:

Shimizu S-Pulse 1-1 Sagan Tosu - 14,172
Kashima Antlers 1-2 Vissel Kobe - 18,626
Yokohama F. Marinos 1-0 Ventforet Kofu - 11,036
Albirex Niigata 1-6 Urawa Red Diamonds - 30,864
FC Tokyo 1-2 Kashiwa Reysol - 23,950
Jubilo Iwata 0-2 Kawasaki Frontale - 13,782
Cerezo Osaka 5-2 Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 14,351
Omiya Ardija 2-1 Vegalta Sendai - 9,920
Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 0-2 Gamba Osaka - 21,174

Mitch Duke was not in the Shimizu matchday squad. Milos Degenek started and played 71 minutes for F. Marinos. Oliver Bozanic was an unused substitute for Ventforet.

J1 League Round 11:

1. Urawa Red Diamonds - 22
2. Gamba Osaka - 22
3. Kashiwa Reysol - 21

4. Kashima Antlers - 21
5. FC Tokyo - 19
6. Cerezo Osaka - 19
7. Kawasaki Frontale - 19
8. Vissel Kobe - 19
9. Yokohama F. Marinos - 16
10. Jubilo Iwata - 15
11. Sagan Tosu - 15
12. Shimizu S-Pulse - 13
13. Ventforet Kofu - 13
14. Vegalta Sendai - 13
15. Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo - 12
16. Omiya Ardija - 7
17. Sanfrecce Hiroshima - 6
18. Albirex Niigata - 5


J2 League Round 13:

Renofa Yamaguchi 1-1 Kyoto Sanga - 4,220
Mito Hollyhock 0-0 Yokohama FC - 3,028
Thespakusatsu Gunma 0-3 Ehime FC - 1,402
Matsumoto Yamaga 1-1 Machida Zelvia - 9,389
Kamatamare Sanuki 0-0 Tokyo Verdy - 2,309
Avispa Fukuoka 1-0 Fagiano Okayama - 6,223
Oita Trinita 4-1 Nagoya Grampus - 8,024
JEF United Chiba 5-0 V-Varen Nagasaki - 6,230
Zweigen Kanazawa 1-1 Montedio Yamagata - 2,780
Tokushima Vortis 1-1 FC Gifu - 3,762
Roasso Kumamoto 0-1 Shonan Bellmare - 4,579

J2 League Round 13:

1. Shonan Bellmare - 27
2. Yokohama FC - 25

3. Avispa Fukuoka - 24
4. Tokyo Verdy - 23
5. Oita Trinita - 23
6. Nagoya Grampus - 22

7. Tokushima Vortis - 21
8. Ehime FC - 21
9. V-Varen Nagasaki - 20
10. Matsumoto Yamaga - 19
11. FC Gifu - 19
12. JEF United Chiba - 19
13. Machida Zelvia - 17
14. Mito Hollyhock - 17
15. Kyoto Sanga - 16
16. Montedio Yamagata - 16
17. Fagiano Okayama - 15
18. Zweigen Kanazawa - 12
19. Roasso Kumamoto - 11
20. Renofa Yamaguchi - 10
21. Kamatamare Sanuki - 9
22. Thespakusatsu Gunma - 4

J3 League Round 8:

Nagano Parceiro 2-1 Kagoshima United - 2,652
FC Tokyo U23 0-1 Tochigi SC - 884
Cerezo Osaka U23 1-1 Kataller Toyama - 748
FC Ryukyu 2-2 Azul Claro Numazu - 1,365
Fukushima United 0-2 Blaublitz Akita - 1,494
SC Sagamihara 1-1 Grulla Morioka - 3,898
Gamba Osaka U23 1-2 YSCC - 1,004
Giravanz Kitakyushu 2-0 Gainare Tottori - 4,395

Nathan Burns started and played the full 90 minutes for FC Tokyo U23. Fujieda MYFC sat out round 8.

J3 League Round 8:

1. Blaublitz Akita - 19
2. Tochigi SC - 16
3. Kataller Toyama - 15
4. Nagano Parceiro - 14
5. Fukushima United - 13
6. Kagoshima United - 12
7. Azul Claro Numazu - 11
8. Giravanz Kitakyushu - 11
9. Gainare Tottori - 11
10. Grulla Morioka - 10
11. SC Sagamihara - 9
12. FC Ryukyu - 9
13. FC Tokyo U23 - 7
14. Cerezo Osaka U23 - 6
15. Fujieda MYFC - 5
16. YSCC - 4
17. Gamba Osaka U23 - 3
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