Japan’s Most Successful European Exports Credit - By Axel Schwenke - https://www.flickr.com/photos/schwenke/5908641469/ , CC BY-SA 2.0 Football is one of the most popular team sports in Japan, along with basketball and baseball. The Japanese national team could be considered a success having featured in every World Cup since 1998, with a second-round finish currently their best effort. In that time,...
In midst of the corona virus looming over Japan, the international Samurai 7's 2020 went ahead on March 21st. A beautiful sunny afternoon welcomed 12 teams to the YCAC pitch.
Group A had British Embassy FC, Aurora FC, FJ Masters, F-League O30 FC, Robert Walters & Friends, Kilamanjaro FC Group B had Peru FC, FC International, Oito FC, Toma's Peons, SV Wacker Durchsaufen, International Ronin
What better way to spend valentines then to check up on your loved ones. I am of course talking about the TML website.
Over the past 3 weeks, 2 big mile stones have been accomplished.
1) Saitama Jets have had their first victory since October 2018. A 19-game winless curse was finally ended. Not only did they get a clean sheet, but they won by 6 goals over King George FC. With that, Saitama Jets have pulled themselves out...
This weeks Team of the Week goes to Nepal United over their win against Zion FC.
Zion vs Nepal was an interesting clash. Both teams were very succesful in their cup/plate run last season. Zion ended up winning the cup finals against Hibs, Nepals lost in the plate finals against Suns.
As expected from a clash of different divisions, Zion seemed like they had the game in the bag. The first half was all in favor for Zion. Nepal missed a penalty and a poor...
A big upset in divison 2, YC&AC managed to win against Suns raising them from 9th place into 7th place (tied). Eastern Capital are looking strong as ever, winning against Nepal United. At this rate they will be getting promoted into division 1, a formidable feat given that they were in division 3 just last season!
2019's last Robert Walters Team of the Week goes to British Embassy!