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Ex-Australia boss Ange Postecoglou accepts Yokohama F.Marinos job

Europe was calling but outgoing Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou's next coaching job will be in Japan.

The Asian Cup winner has accepted the job in charge of City Football Group (CFG)-aligned J.League club Yokohama F.Marinos and will take up the reins in the new year.

The deal fulfils Postecoglou's ambitions to return to club soccer, having successfully steered the Socceroos to next year's World Cup.

The 52-year-old announced his departure as national team coach four weeks ago after becoming the...

Melbourne City need ACL spot to keep City Football Group plans on track

It was only four weeks ago, in Round 23 of the A-League season, that Melbourne City's classy display brought the 11 match unbeaten run of Adelaide United to a screeching halt. Head coach John van 't Schip hailed it as "the best team performance overall this season."

With a solid shot stopper in place -- Thomas Sorensen -- defensive frailties seemingly sorted, arguably the best striker-midfielder combination in the league in Bruno Fornaroli and Aaron Mooy, City looked to be true title contenders.

However,...

Man City acquire stake in Japanese club

Manchester City's bid to achieve global domination took another step forward this week, following their purchase of A-League outfit Melbourne Heart.

Manchester City have expanded their growing global portfolio by announcing the purchase of a minority stake in Japanese J-League club Yokohama F Marinos.

Man City 2013-14 review

The deal will bring the Marinos into a network which also includes new Major League Soccer franchise New York City FC and Australian club Melbourne Heart, as well as City's senior, youth and women's teams.

The partnership was announced in conjunction with the Marinos' owners, car manufacturer Nissan, and will see...

By ESPN Staff

Man United suffer late defeat in Japan

It wasn't the start to life at Manchester United he'll have envisioned, but Shinji Kagawa is ready to put a disappointing debut campaign at Old Trafford behind him.

Manchester United suffered their second defeat in three pre-season matches as J-League outfit Yokohama F Marinos struck late to sink David Moyes' men 3-2 at the Nissan Stadium.

Shinji Kagawa proved a big hit for Manchester United on their pre-season tour of Asia.
Kagawa received a hero's welcome but ended on the losing side.

- Horncastle on Kagawa

Jesse Lingard had scored another goal to continue his impressive run of form for the Premier League champions but, despite holding a half-time lead, United...