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Discussion in 'Japanese Abroad' started by skipshady, Jul 17, 2002.
I'm gonna go to Comisery park and heckle Takatsu for playing for Chicago's other team!
Inamoto scores Fulham's first goal in their 2-1 FA Cup win over Everton on Wednesday. The Cottagers will host West Ham in the next round.
Ina is currently on the bench as Fulham are at Southampton. Interesting piece on footballasia.com, though, indicating that Fulham might want to hang onto Inamoto after all.
Nakata's Reccord in Bologna:
Game Played: 5
Goal Scored: 1
Game Winning Goal:1
Game Winning Assist: 3
The transfer seen to be worked out well.
so far nakata's only asian worth mention in europe very unfortunately. i hope ono and nakamura soon get back on track. ono really needs to get out of low level dutch league. he's been injured almost 4/5 of the season since he went there. not so sure about inamoto but he should get much better deal than now. he seems to be ok when he's playing on the pitch but stupid sick fulham doesn't seem to want to use him well. send kashima or jubilo to london and they will kick fulham's ass real bad. probably 4-0 or 5-0. get out of epl, it's only slightly better than j-league. soon j league will surpass such an arrogant league and inamoto will be a lot better of.
what's happening to Yanagisawa in Sampdoria? He's not getting much PT at all these days right?
In regards to Ina in Fulham. I think he's way better than Legwinski. Why not give Ina more PT instead of just letting him rot on the bench? It irritates me to see a huge talent like him not getting used much on the pitch.
And how about Takahara? He's not scoring much in Germany lately hasn't he? Is the German league too much for him?
Sol de AMERICA 0-1 Guarani
FUKUDA which belongs to Guarani scored a first goal in the 2nd game in Paraguay.
Guarani will have a game with SantosFC in LIBERTADORES CUP next Wednesday.
He will become the second Japanese who plays in LIBERTADORES CUP.The first Japanese is Hiroyama which belongs to Montpellier of France now and was in Cerro Porteno of Paraguay once.
Takahara seems to be playing in every game, but Hamburg seems pretty much doomed to mediocrity..........
I agree that Inamoto should be playing, I didn't buy a Fulham jersey to see him sit the bench!
What is you guys from japan's impression of Fulham.
As being half japanese grownup in europe and followed The English Leagues since 5 I have always considered Fulham as a totally lower league club, and henceforth never would buy a Fulham shirt no matter how many japanese playing in Fulham.
fulham is a crap. just like most of the epl teams
btw, what in the blue hell is toda doing in the dutch league? when did he move to there? i thought he came back to j-league. anyway, he's not a important factor for both our national team and j-league so let him play wherever the low level leagues he likes.
it's sad that suzuki finally seems to win the regular spot but nobody gives *#*#*#*# about him anymore. hopefully he'll do some fun stuff against oman if he ever gets a chance to stand on the pitch.
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is paraguay league better than singapore league? what was the team that went to japan for toyota cup and got spanked by j2's weakest team 0-3? wasn't that team from paraguay?
Malbranque is a great player so Ina won't be taking his spot, but I don't see why the coach thinks Ina is worse than Legwinski or S. Davis. May be he's got something against Asians or the Japanese.
I would say only Arsenal, Man U, and Chelsea are "good" teams in world standard.
Watching Klueless Keegan's Man City winless in god-know-how-many-games is a must if you like torturing yourself.
Coleman, Fulham's new manager, had a set lineup that was clicking for a while ... until Saha threw his little hissy-fit and got his "dream move." I think that Fulham will be a little less reluctant to shift people around considering the past couple results.
I'm sorry but those who say that Man U, Arse and Chelski are the only good team in England don't understand the English league. Man U, Arse and Chelski should be kicked out of the league then the English league would be as it always have been, a super unpredectable league with a new champion every year. But all you guys I will recommend to follow the 1. Division in England, thats really english football.
And by the way Forza Grifo, you have chosen correctly in being a Everton fan. When I was a kid in the early 80's I was also a huge Everton fan.
Watch Nakata's games at http://www.bologna.soccerage.com/users.php?k=1,124,2,11
Unfortunately, they don't have a video clip from 2/7, where Nakata scored the winning goal.
It's a lot harder nowadays, believe me....
Well it doesn't matter if the team don't play well..... When I was a kid I weren't everton fan because they were good....... Now I'm fan of my hometown but should i point a team i have a soft spot at in England it's Everton and it will always be Everton.
ono is back in the lineup and i'm very very worried if he's gonna destroyed by those ducth karate fighters. pelase get out of the dutch league immediately!!
Negotiations between Fulham and Gamba Osaka to extend Inamoto's loan deal to a full transfer has hit a snag, reportedly. Gamba apparently wants 400 million yen (about $3.6 million). I like Inamoto, but Gamba is crazy if they think Fulham will pay that much.
the epl is not that good. If man U and chelsea were playing in La Liga they both wouldn't make the champions league next season.
man u will soon relegate to j2 if they play in j league
The only reason why the EPL ain't that good is because the mid table teams are garbage. Spain from top to bottom has more depth and is a tougher league to win.
It's actually the other way around - Spain has quality teams at top but the lower half is nothing to write home about. The Prem has a few teams who are out of their depth but otherwise the talent is well distributed throughout.
Do you know anything about anything? Don, if you want to talk about stuff you don't know anything about, go off to World Rivalries, don't do it here.
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wow, you sound like mato!!
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I too like Inamoto, but it's sad to see him on the bench all of time. He should go to another club where he can be a guarantee starter.