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  Recently, Junpiter Futbol has concluded its visit to the Thai Premier League with the humble objective of visiting and understanding the football clubs and their academies achieved. Our first stop - Chonburi FC.     Upon our arrival at the busy Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Chonburi FC’s van,

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The year 2014 has been extremely kind to Junpiter Futbol. Right after we returned from the World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we flew to another World Cup country, South Korea to learn from their domestic league, K.League! What we did to kick off our

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We have finally reached the last second day of our trip in Japan! From Tokyo, we took Joetsu Shinkansen, a bullet train to reach the west, Niigata in 2 hours. That was our first time traveling on a bullet train but the experience was great

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After getting so impressed with the Stadium walk during the match between FC Tokyo & Kawasaki Frontale, Junpiter Futbol proceed to Kashima Antlers’ home ground, Kashima Soccer Stadium the very next day to continue with its SingaCup Promotional & Learning Tour!   With the advice from J.League

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After spending two days at Nghe An Province, Vinh, we were on the earliest flight back to the capital, Hanoi. And that was also the start of the meeting with some interesting profiles on our second part of the trip!   Our first destination was Vietnam Youth

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Three and a half hours of flight journey from Singapore to Hanoi, followed by a 2 hours of waiting before taking another half an hour domestic flight to the beautiful city, Vinh. All in all, it took us nearly a full day to reach the

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What do Mustafic Fahrudin, Shahril Ishak and Baihakki Khaizan have in common? Other than they lifted the Suzuki Cup together for Singapore last December, all of them had played in the Indonesian Super League (ISL) during their career. Recently, Junpiter Futbol visited the football crazy

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In our first part series of Junpiter Futbol Japan Trip, we travelled to JFA House (Japan Football Association) which was located at Ochanomizu. Although on paper it stated JFA House was merely just a seven to nine minutes walk from the station, we certainly didn’t

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