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Sanfrecce secure deserved J1 title

The first of the J.League’s revamped and controversial two-stage seasons came to an end last weekend, with Sanfrecce Hiroshima sealing the J1 title.

Soccerphile, 10th December, 2015

I provided Soccerphile with some thoughts on the top flight climax, along with reaction from some of the key protagonists about the format and its eventual champions.


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