Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Sunday, 27 March 2011
AFCチャンピオンズリーグ2011「アルアイン戦（UAE）」 代替日決定及びチケット取り扱いについてのお知らせ | 名古屋グランパス公式サイト
Friday, 25 March 2011
asahi.com（朝日新聞社）：SOCCER/ J.League agrees to resume games on April 23 - English
Monday, 21 March 2011
Friday, 18 March 2011
Information in Japanese can be found here:
ＴＩＡ 東北地方太平洋沖地震 「外国人被災者支援の緊急翻訳ボランティア募集」
Thursday, 17 March 2011
This game took place in the aftermath of the earthquake that struck Japan the previous Friday. Although the home club sent a message of sympathy to Gamba, their rabid fans showed no such compassion and the game saw them throw several objects onto the field during the course of the game. Of course, the wimps at the AFC will take no action to stamp out this violence.
Tianjin came out looking much the shaper and better motivated of the two teams, and Fijigaya was forced to make an early save. Apart from wayward effort by Adriano, the opening few minutes were one-way traffic towards the Gamba goal. The home team had already seen one goal riled offside for offside, when they took the lead in the 25th minute, Chen Tao firing home a right foot shot. Lee pulled Gamba level a few minutes later, but the home team continued to look the more likely to add to their score. However, they failed to convert their possession into goals and the half ended with the scores still 1-1.
Gamba fell behind, when late first half sub Takagi was carded for a 'foul' in the area. Defender Cao Yang converted the penalty to give the home team the lead. Gamba made a immediate effort to get back into the game, but could not implement their passing game effectively enough to really trouble the home defence. Adriano, Lee and Futagawa all had chances to pull the Blues level, Cheered on by the feverish home crowd, Teda regained the initiative and closed out the game to secure the three points and go top of the group.
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
Saturday, 5 March 2011
Once the speedy Nagai came on, we had the better of the game, but the Marinos could easily have scored more than their one goal. Fortunately, they didn't and Nagai and Kennedy combined to ensure we claimed a share of the points. It was another less then convincing display, but the team can only get better as its understanding improves. A vital point to start our defence of the league title.
Friday, 4 March 2011
Survival on top of agenda for J. League's lower half
J.LEAGUE 2011 SPECIAL / The Kids are Alright / Hot newcomers look to fill gap left by overseas exodus
J.LEAGUE 2011 SPECIAL / J2's silver lining / League legends Kazu, Gon still kicking in 2nd tier
The Official Club report is here:
Wednesday, 2 March 2011
A disappointing result, but an encouraging game in that the understanding between the players can only get better. (Several promising moves broke down in the final third of the pitch.) Josh Kennedy also looked close to match sharpness, despite his weak finish on our best chance of the game. Kensuke Nagai made a lively impression, and should prove a useful alternative when Tamada or Kanazaki are unavailable.
Hangzhou Greentown 2-0 Nagoya Grampus
Tuesday, 1 March 2011
Here is the page with the full schedule and group tables.