LONDON: Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has been ruled out of Japan's World Cup qualifier in Oman on November 14 due to a knee injury he suffered a week ago, the Japan Football Association said yesterday.
What does JFA stand for?
JFA stands for Japan Football Association
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He also said the Japan Football Association sent Yoshinori Kumada in August last year to serve as the head coach of Myanmar's women's national soccer team.
According to the BBC, the Japan Football Association (JFA) said women footballers, who had returned from Britain after losing the Olympic final to the United States, had their flights upgraded for winning the silver medal.
The Football Association panel granted the documentation after Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger supported the move and after receiving a letter of recommendation from the Japan Football Association.
Summary: Japan Football Association president Junji Ogura has called on the Asian Football Confederation to hold a presidential election despite a plea from Mohammed Bin Hammam.
We have made the decision by taking into account such factors as the unfolding extent of enormous damage, fears over 'lifeline' necessities including electricity, confusion in public transportation and the safety of the stadiums and the visitors," the Japan Football Association (JFA.
TOKYO, March 12 Kyodo The Japan Football Association said on Saturday that 150 students and workers at the JFA Academy Fukushima and the J-Village national training center have been evacuated to nearby elementary schools in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture.
However, the chief of the Japan Football Association (JFA), Kozo Tashima, believes that staging the friendlies would be a positive in tough times.