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 By Paul Murphy

Maya Yoshida wishes Chanathip well on move to Japan from Thailand

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts recap the big wins for Japan, South Korea and Iran in AFC World Cup qualifying.
Jason Dasey and Stanely Bernard discuss Thailand's future after winning their record fifth AFF Cup.

SAITAMA -- Japan centre-back Maya Yoshida hopes Chanathip Songkrasin can help lift Thai football to greater heights after the Muang Thong United playmaker joins J.League side Consadole Sapporo in July.

Southampton man Yoshida was on target in the Samurai Blue's 4-0 victory over Thailand in Tuesday's Group B 2018 World Cup qualifier in Saitama. Despite the scoreline, the defender was not impressed by his side's performance. Yet he found the time to give Chanathip -- fondly known as "Messi J" across...

Melbourne Victory's Oliver Bozanic set to join J.League's Ventforet Kofu

Oliver Bozanic
Oliver Bozanic will join J-League club Ventforet Kofu from Melbourne Victory.

Melbourne Victory marquee player Oliver Bozanic is leaving AAMI Park to join Ventforet Kofu, the J.League side have announced.

The Japanese outfit confirmed that Bozanic will sign, pending a medical, and is set to join the team at training from Friday.

The news comes after the 2014 World Cup Socceroos midfielder was omitted from Victory's squad that thrashed the Perth Glory 4-1 in the A-League last weekend, amid speculation he was in talks for a transfer.

Bozanic joined Victory in 2015 on a three-year...

Kazuyoshi Miura breaks own record as J League's oldest goal scorer

TOKYO -- Kazuyoshi Miura scored his first goal of the season on Sunday to break his own record as the J League's oldest goal scorer at the age of 50.

Miura, who plays for second division side Yokohama FC, scored the only goal in the 40th minute of his team's 1-0 win over Thespa Kusatsu.

"I'm glad to contribute to a win," Miura said. "I'm always looking to score but had a good feeling about today's game."

Miura took control of a deflected ball and fired an angled shot past the outstretched arms of...

 By Jason Dasey

Hassan Sunny eyes Asian Cup success, buoyed by Thailand stint

Jason Dasey chats with goalkeeper Hassan Sunny about his preparations ahead of Singapore's Asian Cup trip to Bahrain.

Singapore national goalkeeper Hassan Sunny says the experience of playing in Thailand has made him a better person, as well as a better player, as he aims to appear in his first-ever Asian Cup.

Hassan returned to the S.League at the start of 2017, joining Home United, after two seasons with Army United in the Premier League of Thailand.

He is expected to wear the gloves for Singapore, getting the nod ahead of Tampines Rovers' Izwan Mahbud, when they begin their third-round campaign away to Bahrain...