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Per Angusta Ad Augusta

Reports suggest that the J.League will be doing away with it’s much-derided two stage format after this season.

Soccerphile, 15th September, 2016

With that in mind, I took at look at the lie of the land in J1 as the 2016 campaign nears its climax.

 


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