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Urawa Red Diamonds sign Andrew Nabbout from Newcastle Jets

Newcastle Jets produced a stubborn performance to take a 2 - 1 victory in the top of the table clash with FC Sydney.

Newcastle Jets attacker Andrew Nabbout says leaving the A-League club for Japan is bittersweet but it's an opportunity he can't pass up.

Nabbout is joining J-League powerhouse Urawa Red Diamonds, who tabled an offer moments after his match-winning goal against Sydney FC on Saturday night.

"It's a bittersweet moment to be leaving," Nabbout said in statement on Monday.

"We have got a great group of lads here and I'm loving my football but this is an opportunity I can't pass up, something I've worked...


Newcastle Jets happy to allow Andrew Nabbout to join J-League club

Newcastle Jets produced a stubborn performance to take a 2 - 1 victory in the top of the table clash with FC Sydney.

Newcastle Jets coach Ernie Merrick has given Andrew Nabbout his blessing to leave for Japan, confident the team has enough depth to cover for the star forward -- and Roy O'Donovan should the Irishman cop a suspension.

Nabbout pressed his Socceroos case further in Saturday night's thrilling 2-1 triumph over Sydney FC, netting a stunning goal from 30 metres to bring his season tally to 10 goals and seven assists.

The performance also did little to harm his chances of securing a formal contract offer...

 By John Duerden

Thai players' success should provide boost for J League throughout Asia

Thai stars Teerasil Dangda, Teerathon Bunmathan and Chanathip Songkrasin out on loan to the J-League for the 2018 season.

Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs. Consadole Sapporo is not usually the big game in Japan, but on Saturday it gave J League bosses the start to the season they had been dreaming of. Almost half an hour into his debut for Hiroshima, Teerasil Dangda was left alone in the area and the striker headed home the only goal of the game from Yoshifumi Kashiwa's cross.

The goal was scored by perhaps the second biggest name in Thai football. The biggest belongs to Chanathip Songkrasin, who was on the same pitch as part...

Kazuyoshi 'King Kazu' Miura extends Yokohama deal ahead of 51st birthday

Kazuyoshi Miura of Yokohama FC
Kazuyoshi Miura will enter his 33rd season as a professional footballer this year.

One of the longest careers in football has been extended after 50-year-old striker Kazuyoshi Miura renewed his contract with second-division J-League club Yokohama FC on Thursday.

Miura, who will turn 51 on Feb. 26, will enter his 33rd season this year.

Miura played in 12 league games last year and scored one goal, breaking his own record as the J-League's oldest scorer.

"I've signed a contract extension for this season. I will always play my heart out and hope to continue to grow [as a player],"...