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The large banner, written in English, was hoisted in the stadium in the city of Saitama, where home club Urawa Red Diamonds were taking on rivals Sagan Tosu. Social media was abuzz with speculation that the sign could have been targeting South Korean-
A week after winning the League Cup at Wembley Stadium, Manchester City can secure a quick return to the so-called "Home of Football" by beating second-tier Wigan in the FA Cup quarterfinals...The other quarterfinals see Sunderland host Hull and
Japan ese club Urawa Reds have removed a banner from their home stadium over fears the sign could be considered racist. The banner, which was next to an entrance gate, had the words " Japan ese Only" written on it but was taken down before Saturday's
Former Japan striker Tadanari Lee has joined Urawa Reds just days after having his contract terminated by English Premier League club Southampton, Reds said Thursday. The 28-year-old striker will sign with Reds after undergoing a medical on his
If Sanfrecce Hiroshima's debut title win last season was greeted with respectful but underwhelming applause, there can be no doubting their credentials now that they have successfully defended their crown. Sanfrecce beat Kashima Antlers 2-0 on
Serbia international striker Ranko Despotovic has been signed by Sydney FC until the end of the A-League season. Despotovic played for Japanese club Urawa Red Diamonds last season and has represented clubs in the top leagues in Serbia and Romania. He
The 53-year-old Brazilian has been in charge of the Chiba club since 2009. This season, Kashiwa is 11th in the league with six games left but has reached the Nabisco Cup final and the round of 16 in the Emperor's Cup. Thursday's news comes as
Germany striker Lukas Podolski scored a brace and Olivier Giroud grabbed his third goal in as many games as Arsenal recovered from its poor start to the Premier League season to earn its first points with a 3-1 win at London rivals Fulham on Saturday.
League leaders Sanfrecce Hiroshima went into last weekend's game against Urawa Reds with a real chance to pull clear of the chasing pack, but after crashing to a 3-1 defeat at Saitama Stadium, the top of the table now looks more congested than ever.
Japan Urawa Reds moved into third spot in the J-League on Saturday with a 3-1 win against leader and defending champion Sanfrecce Hiroshima at Saitama Stadium. Two goals by Shinzo Koroki and one for Genki Haraguchi sealed the points in front of the