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Kobe has no height!
I'm heading to the J-League Cup match against Yokohama tomorrow! Woop, woop!
ヴィッセル頑張れ!!!!俺が行くから絶対勝つと思いよ :D
Urawa Reds first game of the season, I'm hoping for another 4-0 :D
Vissel don't get relegated pleaaaaaaaaaaaassssssseeeeeeeeee :(
You heard me! Crazy season...
The History of Vissel Kobe for anybody who's interested....

http://www.vissel-kobe.co.jp/vissel_e/history.html
dude you are truly a fan
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yeah man....my adopted local team! Japanese football fans are actually pretty hardcore about this team, even though this season they're playing quite s**t :)
Vissel Kobe have announced the have acquisition of prolific forward Ken Tokura (23) from Thespa Kusatsu on a full transfer. Tokura is 187 cm, and 80 kg, and scored 26 goals in 57 J2 appearances for Kusatsu.

He was born in Tokyo, and at age 13 was brought into the Yokohama F. Marinos family, moving on to Kawasaki Frontale youth at age 16. He continued with Frontale while studying at Keio University but, after graduating joined Thespa Kusatsu.
Can't wait to see the first match of the season!!! Forza Vissel!!!
Hope you guys are ready for the new season! First game is on the 25th of July at Homes Stadium....

4 new guys in the squad too; Alves, Popo, Tokura and Tomita

http://www.soccerway.com/teams/japan/vissel-kobe/


Popo actually shops at my football shop in Sannomiya!!!!
Anyone home? Not Vissel news but...

Tokyo Verdy's shareholders on Tuesday approved the J, League's plans to take over the operations of the financially troubled second-division club. The J. League decided last month to inject funds into Tokyo Verdy and take over the club's operations if the former top-flight giants' financial outlook failed to show signs of improvement by the end of June. Senior J. League official Hideyuki Hanyu replaced Daishi Watanuki as Tokyo Verdy's president. Last year, Nippon Television Network Corp., which had a 98.8 percent stake in Tokyo Verdy, withdrew from the club's operations.

http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/sj20100630a1.html
FORZA KOBE!


J-League Cup Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
12
5
4
9
2
0
4
6
1
12
1
9
10
2
0
4
6
2
9
1
8
9
3
0
3
6
3
9
0
10
10
3
0
3
6
4
9
0
9
9
3
0
3
6
5
7
0
10
10
3
1
2
6
6
4
-7
11
4
4
1
1
6
7

J1 League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
56
22
26
48
6
5
17
28
1
52
24
27
51
8
4
16
28
2
50
9
27
36
10
2
16
28
3
49
21
34
55
9
4
15
28
4
48
13
34
47
8
6
14
28
5
42
16
24
40
8
9
11
28
6
42
6
30
36
8
9
11
28
7
42
-1
37
36
8
9
11
28
8
41
3
40
43
7
11
10
28
9
40
6
24
30
10
7
11
28
10
38
-5
28
23
10
8
10
28
11
36
-5
42
37
12
6
10
28
12
32
-13
41
28
12
8
8
28
13
31
-14
50
36
13
7
8
28
14
29
-9
29
20
11
11
6
28
15
28
-16
49
33
16
4
8
28
16
26
-7
35
28
14
8
6
28
17
13
-50
64
14
21
4
3
28
18

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