Japanese Abroad 2005/06 [R] - Part II

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  1. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    grenoble win 1-0, Oguro played whole match
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  2. rougou

    rougou Member+

    Dec 7, 2003
    Hyogo
    Club:
    AS Roma
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Le Mans lost 1-0 in the match Zico went to watch I think.
    I hope Matsui was able to perform well at least. But Zico should know he is good already. Maybe he wants to know how to use him.
     
  3. Ishikawa18

    Ishikawa18 New Member

    Oct 1, 2005
    Germany
    Nat'l Team:
    Japan
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    HSV will play this evening against VfB Stuttgart
    We will see if Doll give Takahara a new chance in the starting 11
     
  4. Ishikawa18

    Ishikawa18 New Member

    Oct 1, 2005
    Germany
    Nat'l Team:
    Japan
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Takahara on bench :(
     
  5. Ishikawa18

    Ishikawa18 New Member

    Oct 1, 2005
    Germany
    Nat'l Team:
    Japan
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    HSV lost 0:2 Takahara didnt play :(
     
  6. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    also Nakata played most of the match for Bolton but Inamoto was on the bench :(
     
  7. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Wow!
    How come no one told me this:eek:
    Koji scored for Basel yesterday in only his second game :D
     
  8. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Pics :D
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  9. Ishikawa18

    Ishikawa18 New Member

    Oct 1, 2005
    Germany
    Nat'l Team:
    Japan
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    really? :eek: Damn cool :D
    GO KOJI!
     
  10. rougou

    rougou Member+

    Dec 7, 2003
    Hyogo
    Club:
    AS Roma
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Wow maybe next season he can move up to JFL...
     
  11. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
  12. DevilDave

    DevilDave Member

    Sep 29, 2001
    Sacramento, CA
    Club:
    West Bromwich Albion FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Actually Ina did come in near the end of our Albion's loss to Middlesbrough, and did create a chance or two but unfortunately they didn't result in any goals.

    This was the first match in a little while that Ina had not started. I think with our poor results of late, Robson has been trying to find the best mix of players for our final run-in. We Albion fans are hoping he finds it quickly. :(
     
  13. gtepp15 redded

    gtepp15 redded Red Card

    Jan 5, 2006
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Euro-based Japanese players' up-to-date records in league games.

    Code:
                                        [B]Apps           Goals           Assists[/B]
    [B]Nakamura - Celtic/Scotland[/B]            24              4                7
    [B]Yanagisawa - Messina/Italy[/B]             7              0                0
    [B]Okubo - Mallorca/Spain[/B]                20              1                2
    [B]Fukuda - Castellion/Spain 2nd[/B]          8              0                0
    [B]Nakata - Bolton/England[/B]               12              1                1
    [B]Inamoto - WBA/England[/B]                 15              0                3 
    [B]Nakata - Marseille/France[/B]              4              0                0
    [B]Matsui - Le Mans/France[/B]               26              3                6
    [B]Oguro - Grenoble/France 2nd[/B]            6              1                0
    [B]Takahara - HSV/Germany[/B]                14              0                1
    [B]Ono - Feyenoord/Holland[/B]                4              0                0
    [B]Hirayama - Heracles/Holland[/B]           23              7                2
    [B]Nakata - Basel/Switzerland[/B]             2              1 [B][COLOR="Blue"](+1)[/COLOR][/B]           0
    [B]Suzuki - Red Star/Serbia&Montenegro[/B]    2              0                0
    
    Fukuda, Oguro and Suzuki moved to Europe this winter.
    Koji Nakata transfered to Basel from Marseille this winter.
    Ono and Yanagisawa returned to Japan this winter.
     
  14. gtepp15 redded

    gtepp15 redded Red Card

    Jan 5, 2006
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Koji Nakata played as attacking midfielder in the game LOL
    He is a really versatile player....
     
  15. Mutu_20

    Mutu_20 New Member

    Dec 27, 2005
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    With Quashi (?) out with suspension we'll probably see Ina back in the side. He's obviously your most creative CM. He should be starting imo.
     
  16. Mutu_20

    Mutu_20 New Member

    Dec 27, 2005
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Nakata on for Okocha early on, then he was subsituted off again :eek:

    He was having a good game, the only Bolton player who was willing to pass the ball and use his head. Nakata was easily the most talented player on that Bolton side yet was taken off? Nolan was playing terrible, Stelios also, Speed was invisible. Sam Alladyce is an arse, plain and simple.

    Nakata needs to get away from Bolton fast. He can suceed in English football, all he needs to do is pick the right club.
     
  17. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    i totally agree, Sam Allydice has critisized nakata before even though there are plenty of other players playing worse than him, Well he's being forced away enayway as Sam has said they don't want to buy him, I hope he gets a chance at another English club, he doesn't want to go back to Italy and doesn't fancy Spain
     
  18. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Also he seems to have a fetish for Gary Speed, Davies and Nolan who is a very good player but is never ever subbed no matter how bad he's playing
    I've not seen alot of Bolton matches this season but those i have seen, Davies doesn't look like a football player :confused:
     
  19. Mutu_20

    Mutu_20 New Member

    Dec 27, 2005
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Davies is shocking really, his first touch is non existant.

    I can think of so many instances in this match where Nakata made a good pass into space or to feet, and the recipient Bolton player just lost it due to their lack of first touch.

    I really feel sorry for the guy because he isn't doing anything particularly wrong, he's almost being victomised.
     
  20. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    I don't mean to make this into a total anti-bolton thing but Okacha aswell is an old decreped lazy shi't, he has no passion whatsoever,
    nakata has been blamed of the same thing, but who can blame him, Mangers for years have been single handedly destroying his career, whether it was Roma, Parma or Fiorintina the managers leave him on the bench when doing nothing wrong, or play him out of position then publicly critisizing him about not playing good enough, Who wouldn't almost feel like they should just give up if they were treated like this :(
    i really think he should come to Japan, he would be treated with some god damned respect
     
  21. Acidman

    Acidman New Member

    May 30, 2005
    Dundee -_-
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Also Ina played 70 mins against Chelsea but were beaten 2-1, West brom apperently played well but were unlucky against a stupid mind game playing chelsea side :rolleyes: , Good to see him starting again :)
    I really hope West Brom don't get bloody relagated, but i don't aprticularly want Portsmouth down, why couldn't it be Newcastle and liverpool

    Takahara played 87 minuites as Hamburg beat Bayern 2-1 away from home, Taka got a yellow
    Matsui will play later against Lille
     
  22. Ishikawa18

    Ishikawa18 New Member

    Oct 1, 2005
    Germany
    Nat'l Team:
    Japan
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Takahara played well, but didnt have luck
     
  23. blue-lightning

    blue-lightning New Member

    Mar 2, 2006
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    I would love to see Nakata Hide back in Japan playing productively again. Which club would he be in ? Certainly not Bellmare..maybe Kashima, G-8 or even Gamba :D
     
  24. gtepp15 redded

    gtepp15 redded Red Card

    Jan 5, 2006
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Japanese article

    Takahara got 2.0 from Bild.
    It is his highest rating this season so far.


    Matsui didn't play last week's game due to a suspension.
    -----------------------------------------------------------

    I found an interesting video clip.

    Nakata serie A Debut
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtze34Yu3Dk
     
  25. gtepp15 redded

    gtepp15 redded Red Card

    Jan 5, 2006
    Re: Japanese Abroad 2005-2006

    Euro-based Japanese players' up-to-date records in league games.

    Code:
                                        [B]Apps           Goals           Assists[/B]
    [B]Nakamura - Celtic/Scotland[/B]            25              4                7
    [B]Yanagisawa - Messina/Italy[/B]             7              0                0
    [B]Okubo - Mallorca/Spain[/B]                20              1                2
    [B]Fukuda - Castellion/Spain 2nd[/B]          9              0                0
    [B]Nakata - Bolton/England[/B]               13              1                1
    [B]Inamoto - WBA/England[/B]                 16              0                3 
    [B]Nakata - Marseille/France[/B]              4              0                0
    [B]Matsui - Le Mans/France[/B]               26              3                6
    [B]Oguro - Grenoble/France 2nd[/B]            7              1                0
    [B]Takahara - HSV/Germany[/B]                15              0                1
    [B]Ono - Feyenoord/Holland[/B]                4              0                0
    [B]Hirayama - Heracles/Holland[/B]           24              7                2
    [B]Nakata - Basel/Switzerland[/B]             3              1                0
    [B]Suzuki - Red Star/Serbia&Montenegro[/B]    2              0                0
    
    Fukuda, Oguro and Suzuki moved to Europe this winter.
    Koji Nakata transfered to Basel from Marseille this winter.
    Ono and Yanagisawa returned to Japan this winter.
     

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