10 October 2018
The Japanese top division, J1 league, is one of the most successful leagues in Asian football but the lack of foreign superstars was one of its shortcomings. In recent years, the league has been thrust into the limelight following the arrival of few superstars including three World Cup winners. Let’s take a look at these big names plying their trade in Japan.
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Before Arsenal and the Premier League, there was Nagoya and the J.League. John Duerden remembers Wenger's halcyon days
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​Gamba Osaka capped a sensational second-half of the J.League season by winning the title on Saturday for only the second time.
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4 December 2014
Urawa Reds have not given up hope of winning the J.League title, despite surrendering top spot heading into the final round.
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30 November 2014
Urawa Reds conceded a late goal in a 1-1 draw at Sagan Tosu on Saturday to relinquish their lead in the J.League with one match to play.
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28 November 2014
Gamba Osaka will aim to maintain their momentum on Saturday as they look to reel in Urawa Reds in the J.League.
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22 November 2014
Late goals from Gamba Osaka pair Akihiro Sato and Shu Karata denied Urawa Reds a first J.League title since 2006 on Saturday.
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20 November 2014
Gamba Osaka won the J-League Cup at Saitama Stadium 2002 this month but could be brought back down to earth at the same venue on Saturday.
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3 November 2014
Takahiro Sekine's late winner against Yokohama F Marinos put Urawa Reds on the verge of a first J.League title in eight years on Monday.
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31 October 2014
In-form Gamba Osaka know that a home victory over Vegalta Sendai in Sunday's J.League clash will move them top of the table.

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