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Japan's J-League is 'the best league in Asia' - Ange Postecoglou

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Yokohama F. Marinos boss Ange Postecoglou has declared the J-League "the best league in Asia" as Japan's top flight awaits the green light to resume after the coronavirus pandemic.

While South Korea's K-League and Germany's Bundesliga have already swung back into action, there is no such certainty around the J-League. With one round played, the competition was postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak in February and, while various dates have been proposed for the league to resume, some coaches believe...

Ange Postecoglou on the brink of history with Yokohama F. Marinos

Ange Postecoglou is just 90 minutes from what's being hailed as the greatest achievement by an Australian soccer coach with his Yokohama F. Marinos poised to clinch the J-League title next Saturday.

Yokohama host second-placed FC Tokyo in a blockbuster final-round clash and only an unlikely home defeat of four goals or more will prevent the 54-year-old from becoming the first Australian coach to win a major domestic club trophy overseas.

It comes two years after he walked away from coaching the...

Manchester City group worth $4.8 billion after Silver Lake buy 10 percent

The owner of English Premier League champions Manchester City has sold a $500 million stake to private equity firm Silver Lake, valuing Abu Dhabi-controlled City Football Group (CFG) at $4.8 billion.

The Financial Times were first to report the deal on Wednesday.

Silver Lake will buy just over 10% of CFG, which owns Manchester City and six other football clubs worldwide, including New York City FC in MLS and Melbourne City in the Australian A-League.

"Silver Lake is a global leader in technology...