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Top 10 Transfers from Japanese Transfer Window

Top 10 Transfers from Japanese Transfer Window

By Mario Kawata

With the transfer window in Japan now closed, we look back on the top ten moves of the winter transfer window.

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Asians Abroad – January 26-28

Asians Abroad - January 26-28

By Paul Williams

It was in Germany where the bulk of Asian players abroad saw action over the weekend, with rising Korean star Son Heung-min netting yet another goal in a standout season.

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The Rumario Mill

The Rumario Mill

By Mario Kawata (follow Mario on twitter @MarioUrawa)

The big story of the week was the departure of Kensuke Nagai and Yuji Ono to Belgian club Standard Liege, the home of Japanese goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima.

Mario looks in depth at that move and the other stories making news this week.

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Asians Abroad - January 28-30

On the final weekend before the end of the transfer window, some players turned out for their sides for the last time this year. Shinji Kagawa was the standout performer with a brace for Borussia Dortmund.

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Asians Abroad - January 14-16

With some leagues across Europe returning from their winter breaks it signaled the return to club football for a number of Asian players.

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Shimizu’s challenging summer campaign

By Daisuke Matsuura

Three home games scheduled in August have presented a huge opportunity for Shimizu to bounce back from series of terrible defeats in July.

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Shimizu’s surprise start

By Daisuke Matsuura

The 2011 season of J.League has just made its halfway turn after completing 17 games in mid July. While two giant clubs, Kashima and Urawa, were struglling in the bottom of the table, Kashiwa Reysol marked a great start along with Vegalta Sendai and Yokohama F. Marinos.

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J.League delivers a weekend of shock results

Despite league leaders Nagoya Grampus suffering a shock 1-4 loss to Albirex Niigata, others results meant they still finished the weekend with an eight point lead.

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