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Although all youth players train at Redsland, their ultimate dream training destination will always be half an hour away at Ohara Soccer Ground. That is where Urawa Reds’ first team trains.    Situated at a football ground surrounded by beautiful cherry blossoms, Ohara Soccer Ground is indeed

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Full bloom cherry blossom welcomed us in Japan as we embarked on another enlightening Learning Trip to Saitama, one of the most populous cities in Japan. 2 times AFC Champions League and numerous domestic football awards winner Urawa Reds hosted Junpiter Futbol and showed us

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With 10 years of coaching experience in Japan, China and Philippines, German Coach Hans Michael Weiss is no stranger to Asian football. The UEFA Pro License holder is currently in town and will be leading Mongolia National Team in an upcoming International Friendly against Singapore.

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Singapore & Geylang International defender Anders Aplin has joined J2 Matsumoto Yamaga on loan till the end of this season. The move makes him the first ever Singaporean to play in the J.League.   Since the former Geylang International’s captain arrived in Japan earlier this week, he

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  In the 118th minute, Bellmare Hiratsuka’s Hidetoshi Nakata skipped past 3 defenders and fired a shot from 20yards out. The Iranian goalkeeper did well enough to palm off the ball but only as far as to the running path of Urawa Reds’ “Wild-Man” Masayuki Okano.

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  When the name Zlatan is mentioned, undoubtedly it will be the Manchester United’s striker that will first come to your mind. However, there is another Zlatan who has been stealing some shows in the J.League in recent years.   Urawa Reds’ striker Zlatan Ljubijankic, donning jersey number-21

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