Osaka Fans in Check as Japan Advances in World Cup

Friday, June 29, 2018

By Allison Pestotink
Osaka - (PanOrient News)- Although Japan lost 1-0 against Poland in Thursday’s match in Volgograd, Russia, it was not all bad news for Japanese soccer fans. Not only did Japan still advance to the second round of the World Cup, but fans in Osaka managed to avoid injuries on the Ebisubashi bridge.

Prior to the match, Osaka mayor Hirofumi Yoshimura asked fans not to jump up and down on the bridge. The mayor expressed concern for the safety of both people and bridge.


Syrian Football Mission's Chief: We Feel Sorry for Hotaru Yamaguchi's Injury

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Tokyo- (Pan Orient News) Dr. Maher Khayata, Vice-President of the Syrian General Sports Federation and Vice-President of the Syrian Olympic Committee, expressed wishes for a speedy recovery to Japanese footballer Hotaru Yamaguchi who was injured during Japan's match against Syria on Tuesday and hopes he will recover quickly.

In a statement to Pan Orient News at Narita Airport in Tokyo ahead of the Syrian team’s departure from Japan, Dr. Khayata said that he considered the collision between...

Marinos Joy in the New Year

Friday, January 3, 2014

The Yokohama F. Marinos gleam with joy after winning the 2013 Emperor's Cup Final.


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