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Shimizu S-Pulse 2017 PUMA Home Kit

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Former AFC Champions League winners Shimizu S-Pulse are back in the Japanese J1 League after a one-year stint in J2 last season. The popular club that has featured Japanese internationals such as Shinji Okazaki (now at Leicester City), Alex andShinji Ono, recently unveiled their 2017 home kit from technical partner PUMA.

Shimizu S-Pulse 2016 PUMA Home and Away Kits

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Shimizu S-Pulse have revealed their 2016 PUMA home and away kits that will be worn [...]

Shimizu S-Pulse 2015 PUMA Home and Away Kits

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Shimizu S-Pulse has become the first Japanese J-League Division 1 club to unveil their home [...]

Shimizu S-Pulse 2014 PUMA Home and Away Jerseys

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Japanese J. League Division 1 stalwarts Shimizu S-Pulse have unveiled their 2014 home and away [...]

Shimizu S-Pulse 2013 PUMA Home and Away Jerseys

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Japanese J. League Division 1 club Shimizu S-Pulse recently unveiled its PUMA 2013 home and [...]

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Flown The Nest: United First Team Alumni News and Notes

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Dejan Jakovic and Andy Najar enjoy differing fortunes with Shimizu S-Pulse and Anderlecht respectively, Freddy Adu buys a watch and more!

Another weekly roundup of alumni news is here, as seasons in Europe come to a close while others are picking up steam, especially in Japan's J League.

Dejan Jakovic and Shimizu S-Pulse ride four-game winning streak

After some initial struggles, Shimizu S-Pulse of the J League in Japan have hit some scintillating form, recording four wins in a row as they surge up the league table.

Summer football heats up in Japan

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The first week of August means sweltering temperatures in Japan and the action in the J. League is also hotting up. Sanfrecce Hiroshima are the current league leaders just after the halfway point of the campaign, but second-placed Vegalta Sendai are hot on their heels.

Saturday's full round of action sees Sanfrecce host Shimizu S-Pulse in one of the day's highlight fixtures, while Urawa Reds welcome neighbours FC Tokyo to Saitama Stadium.

Gunners great undecided on future

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Former Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljunberg has revealed that he is eyeing next month as the time when he decides whether or not to continue playing football beyond the age of 35.

Ljunberg was only 21 when he became a Gunner in 1998 but after nine memorable years at the club, including the unbeaten Premier League title win with the "Invincibles" in 2003-04, the Swede has become more of a journeyman than a consistent contributor.

Ready to rock: J. League 2012 set for kick-off

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The 2012 J. League first division kicks off on March 10.

The fixture list has conjured a number of notable clashes, as Gamba Osaka welcome big-spending neighbours Vissel Kobe to Banpaku, Nagoya Grampus host Tokai rivals Shimizu S-Pulse at Toyota Stadium and Omiya Ardija entertain local rivals FC Tokyo at Omiya Park.

Freddie Ljungberg: Onwards & Upwards

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Perhaps you find projects like this a better fit for you, Freddie? We're fine with that.

Hot Hall of Famer Freddie Ljungberg has left J-League club Shimizu S-Pulse after only six months, stating that it "just wasn't the right project" for him.

If we were feeling inquisitive, we'd be obliged to probe deeper into Freddie's cryptic reason for leaving.

Shimizu S-Pulse PUMA 2012 Home and Away Kits

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Shimizu S-Pulse (清水エスパルス ) is a professional Japanese soccer club based in Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka. S-Pulse currently competes in the J. League Division 1 (J1). The team was in the news earlier this year for signing former Sweden and Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljungberg following his stints in MLS and with Celtic.

Three-way race for the J. League title

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And then there were three. Two familiar contenders, one plucky outsider and four league games are all that stand between Kashiwa Reysol, Gamba Osaka, Nagoya Grampus and the J. League title.
Autumn is especially beautiful across the Kantō Plain, when the deciduous leaves fall and a mellow sunlight light frames the back streets and alleys of one of the world's most populous regions.

Urawa Reds in trouble as J. League nears halfway point

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The nightmare continues for Saitama giants Urawa Reds after they were held to a scoreless draw away at fellow strugglers Montedio Yamagata overnight.
The Reds have recorded three straight draws since beating bottom club Avispa Fukuoka in June, leaving coach Zeljko Petrovic's side languishing in fifteenth.

Red Card in 0 to 5 Seconds

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This past week in the Japan's J-League, the match between Nagoya Grampus and Shimizu S-Pulse ended in an unremarkable 1-1 draw. What was remarkable about that match was that it only took 5 seconds for Grampus defender Takahiro Masukawa to get a red card.

I note that there is some dispute over whether this video depicts said teams and Masukawa.

J. League picks up the pieces after quake

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Five weeks after a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami caused widespread destruction in Japan's northern Miyagi Prefecture, the J. League finally resumes with five Round 7 games taking place on April 23.

Foremost among them is the clash between Kawasaki Frontale and Vegalta Sendai, with Sendai the city closest to the epicentre of the earth-shattering quake which struck on March 11.

Nabisco Cup 2011

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Following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Japan on March 11, the J-League has rearranged the schedule for the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup.

The two group format has been abandoned in favor of a straight two-leg knock-out competition.

1st Round 1st Leg June 5

Urawa Reds vs Yamagata
Kashiwa Reysol vs Sendai
Yokohama F Marinos vs Vissell Kobe
Venforet Kofu vs Shimizu S-Pulse
Jubilo Iwata vs Fukuoka
Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Kawasaki Frontale

1st Round 2nd Leg June 27

27 Jul Wed
Sendai vs Kashiwa Reysol
Yamagata vs Urawa Reds
Kawasaki Frontale vs
Shimizu S-Pulse vs Ventforet Kofu
Vissel Kobe vs Yokohama F Marinos
Fukuoka vs Jubilo Iwata

Second round two-leg games will take place on 14 September and 28 September when Omiya Ardija and Albirex Niigata will join the competition.

J League Results March 6 2011

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Saturday 5 March

Last season's champions Nagoya Grampus kicked off the new J. League season with a 1-1 draw against Yokohama F Marinos in front of 27,153 spectators at Toyota Stadium. Gamba Osaka won the Osaka derby 2-1 against last season's surprise package Cerezo, while Kashima Antlers were held to a surprise home draw.

Ready for kick-off in the 2011 J. League

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The 2011 J. League kicks off on March 5, and it looks set to be another bumper season.
A handful of marquee match-ups dominate the opening day, including the Osaka derby between Gamba and Cerezo and a regional showdown between promoted Ventforet Kofu and Jubilo Iwata.
Defending champions Nagoya Grampus kick off their campaign with a tricky home fixture against Yokohama F.

Shimizu S-Pulse PUMA 2011 Kits

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Shimizu S-Pulse (清水エスパルス ) is a professional Japanese association football club based in Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka. S-Pulse currently competes in the J. League Division 1 (J1). S-Pulse have recorded an average end of season placing of 6.8 which places them fourth behind Kashima Antlers, Yokohama F.

J League Results November 20

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Saturday 20 November

Nagoya Grampus are the new J-League champions.

Cerezo Osaka 1 Yokohama F Marinos 0
FC Tokyo 1 Kawasaki Frontale 2
Urawa Reds 0 Gamba Osaka 2
Kyoto Sanga 0 Omiya Ardija 2
Shonan Bellmare 0 Nagoya Grampus 1
Vissel Kobe 0 Kashima Antlers 0
Jubilo Iwata 0 Montedio Yamagata 0
Vegalta Sendai 1 Shimizu S-Pulse 3
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 4 Albirex Niigata 0


The highest attendance was 40,071 at Saitama Stadium for the Reds v Gamba match.

Nagoya can't choke now... can they?

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Kashima Stadium is one of the more remote venues in Japanese football.

Sandwiched between Lake Kitaura on one side and Kashima Sea on the other, most fans make the long-haul trip to Kashima Stadium by train, as it trundles through the urban sprawl of Greater Tokyo and out into the open fields of Ibaraki.

J League Results October 31

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Sunday 31 October

Yokohama F Marinos 2 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1
Albirex Niigata 2 Kashima Antlers 1

Saturday 30 October

Nagoya Grampus 1 Cerezo Osaka 0
Vegalta Sendai 1 Kyoto Sanga 0
Gamba Osaka 2 Vissel Kobe 4
Shimizu S-Pulse 1 FC Tokyo 2
Kawasaki Frontale 1 Jubilo Iwata 1
Urawa Reds 0 Montedio Yamagata 1
Shonan Bellmare v Omiya Ardija (Postponed)


The highest attendance was 24,061 at Toyota Stadium for the Nagoya Grampus v Cerezo Osaka game.

J League Results October 24

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Sunday 24 October

Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3 Shonan Bellmare 0
Kyoto Sanga 1 Gamba Osaka 2
Kashima Antlers 2 Yokohama F Marinos 0
Omiya Ardija 2 Kawasaki Frontale 2

Saturday 23 October

Jubilo Iwata 2 Urawa Reds 1
Vissel Kobe 1 Nagoya Grampus 2
Montedio Yamagata 0 Shimizu S-Pulse 3
Cerezo Osaka 0 Vegalta Sendai 0
FC Tokyo 1 Albirex Niigata 1

The highest attendance was 23,074 for the FC Tokyo v Albirex Niigata game.

J League Results October 17

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Sunday 17 October

Yokohama F Marinos 1 Vissel Kobe 0
Albirex Niigata 4 Nagoya Grampus 1


Saturday 16 October

Shonan Bellmare 1 Kashima Antlers 1
Vegalta Sendai 3 FC Tokyo 2
Urawa Reds 2 Cerezo Osaka 0
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1 Jubilo Iwata 1
Gamba Osaka 5 Omiya Ardija 1
Kawasaki Frontale 2 Montedio Yamagata 0
Shimizu S-Pulse 1 Kyoto Sanga 1


The highest attendance was 32,902 for the Reds v Cerezo game.

J League Results October 3

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Sunday 3 October

Jubilo Iwata 0 Yokohama F Marinos 0
FC Tokyo 3 Shonan Bellmare 0

Saturday 2 October

Montedio Yamagata 2 Gamba Osaka 1
Omiya Ardija 1 Urawa Reds 2
Kyoto Sanga 0 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3
Vissel Kobe 0 Kawasaki Frontale 4
Kashima Antlers 1 Shimizu S-Pulse 1
Nagoya Grampus 2 Vegalta Sendai 1
Cerezo Osaka 2 Albirex Niigata 1


The highest attendance was 33,660 for the Ardija v Urawa game.

Eddy Bosnar will always be 'Big in Japan'

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It's a long way from Fairfield to Mount Fuji, but Eddy Bosnar is not your average footballer.

After spells in Croatia, Austria, England and Holland, the tall defender has finally made a home for himself at one of Japan's most popular clubs, Shimizu S-Pulse.

A cult hero on the terraces at Shimizu's compact Outsourcing Nihondaira Stadium, Bosnar has worked hard to win over fans since his switch from Chiba-based J.

J. League Results September 26 2010

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Sunday 26 September

FC Tokyo 0 Omiya Ardija 1
Vissel Kobe 0 Cerezo Osaka 0

Saturday 25 September

Shimizu S-Pulse 1 Nagoya Grampus 5
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1 Kashima Antlers 1
Montedio Yamagata 1 Shonan Bellmare 1
Urawa Reds 2 Albirex Niigata 0
Kyoto Sanga 0 Jubilo Iwata 1
Kawasaki Frontale 1 Gamba Osaka 2
Yokohama F Marinos 0 Vegalta Sendai 1


The highest attendance was 31,973 at Urawa.

J. League Results September 19 2010

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Sunday 19 September

Vegalta Sendai 2 Montedio Yamagata 0
Albirex Niigata 1 Kyoto Sanga 1




Saturday 18 September

Shonan Bellmare 1 Kawasaki Frontale 6
Urawa Reds 1 Shimizu S-Pulse 1
Gamba Osaka 3 Cerezo Osaka 2
Nagoya Grampus 1 Yokohama F Marinos 1
Jubilo Iwata 2 FC Tokyo 1
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1 Vissel Kobe 1
Kashima Antlers 3 Omiya Ardija 0

The highest attendance was 38,909 at Urawa.

Nagoya Grampus hoping to make history

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When infielder Masahiko Morino popped up a sacrifice fly to edge Chunichi Dragons past Yokohama Baystars and into first place in Nippon Professional Baseball's Central League overnight, he ensured Nagoya's two major sporting teams currently top their respective leagues.

The Dragons last won the Japan Series in 2007, in a year in which their footballing counterparts struggled to make an impact - ultimately limping into a miserable eleventh-placed finish in the J.

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Jakovic transfer to Shimizu S-Pulse; Robinson to sign homegrown contract imminent for busy United

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According to multiple sources, it appears that D.C. United center back Dejan Jakovic is close to a transfer to Japanese league side Shimizu S-Pulse. Additionally, it seems likely that United is expected to offer Wake Forest sophomore Jalen Robinson a homegrown player contract as well. If the transfer for Jakovic goes through as expected, it [.

Japan smash Saudis en route to quarter-finals

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2,022. That was the attendance figure announced when Japan faced off against Saudi Arabia at Al-Rayyan stadium, and the symbolism drew a smattering of applause from the 800 or so fans actually in attendance.

Evidently the Asian Cup is not a widespread crowd-puller. With most Saudi fans on the first bus back to Jeddah as soon as the whistle blew on their second group-stage defeat, it's clear most of the Saudi players wished they'd taken the same route.

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Mundial Sub-17 - Jogo 014 - Japão 1x1 França

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Mais um jogo do mundial sub-17, foi realizado no dia 26/03/2011, na cidade de Monterrey-MEX, no Estádio Universitario, jogaram as seleções do Japão (14º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção da França (19º no ranking da FIFA).

Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções jogaram:
Copa das Confederações
2003St.

Jogo 0612/2010 - Amistoso - Japão 1x0 Argentina

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Amistosamente no dia 08/10/2010, na cidade de Saitama-JAP, no Saitama Stadium e jogaram as seleções do Japão (30º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção da Argentina (5º no ranking da FIFA).

Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções jogaram:
Copa do Mundo
1998Toulouse 14/06/1998 ARG1:0 (1:0)JPN Group matches
Copa das Confederações
1995Riyadh 08/01/1995 JPN1:5 (0:2)ARG Group matches
Amistosos
2004Shizuoka 18/08/2004 JPN1:2 (0:2)ARG 2003Osaka 08/06/2003 JPN1:4 (0:2)ARG 2001Saitama 20/11/2002 JPN0:2 (0:0)ARG 1992Tokyo 30/05/1992 JPN0:1 (0:0)ARG
Jogos Olímpicos
1964
14/10/1964 JPN3:2 (0:1)ARG First stage
O árbitro desse jogo, foi: Pawel Gil-POL

O único gol do jogo, foi de Shinji Okazaki, aos 19 minutos do primeiro tempo, ele que é jogador do Shimizu S-Pulse-JAP, que marcou seu 18º gol pela seleção nacional.

Kawasaki Frontale

J League Results November 7

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Sunday 7 November

Sanfrecce Hiroshima 2 Urawa Reds 1
Kashima Antlers 1 Nagoya Grampus 0

Saturday 6 November

Shonan Bellmare 1 Yokohama F Marinos 4
Omiya Ardija 2 Montedio Yamagata 1
Kyoto Sanga 3 Kawasaki Frontale 4
Cerezo Osaka 1 Shimizu S-Pulse 0
Vissel Kobe 2 Vegalta Sendai 0
Jubilo Iwata 1 Albirex Niigata 1
FC Tokyo 1 Gamba Osaka 1

The highest attendance was 27,969 at Kashima Stadium for the Kashima Antlers v Nagoya Grampus match.

J. League Results September 12 2010

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Sunday 12 September

Montedio Yamagata 0 Nagoya Grampus 1
Urawa Reds 1 FC Tokyo 0

Saturday 11 September

Albirex Niigata 1 Gamba Osaka 2
Omiya Ardija 3 Shimizu S-Pulse 0
Cerezo Osaka 1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1
Kashima Antlers 1 Vegalta Sendai 0
Kyoto Sanga 3 Vissel Kobe 0
Yokohama F Marinos 3 Kawasaki Frontale 1
Jubilo Iwata 3 Shonan Bellmare 2


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The Rest

Friday Kickoff: Ljungberg retires, Olympic star Konate signs in Russia and more

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Former Sweden captain and MLS Designated Player Freddie Ljungberg has called it a career.

Ljungberg, who played for the Seattle Sounders and Chicago Fire after a decorated career in Europe, retired Friday, capping a career that began in 1994.

Freddie Ljungberg reveals the nightmare of women grabbing his junk in nightclubs

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Former Arsenal and Sweden midfielder is patiently waiting for the transfer window to reopen after a premature end to his stint in Japan with Shimizu S-Pulse. While the 35-year-old waits, he's taken the time to conduct a lengthy interview where he reveals the unexpected consequences of modeling underpants for Calvin Klein.