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  • Frontale Songs Part 1, Squad numbers 1-10
  • This is the first of a few posts with romanized lyrics of Frontale songs. I'll start with the player songs by squad number. F
    or some of them there are videos to give you the tune if you don't know it. For the others, well, I guess you'll have to
    just do your best to work it out by listening out for the players name. There is a video at the end of this post collecting quite
    a few of the songs in a [続きを読む]
  • Vs Muangthong United (away) 23/5/17, ACL Round of 16
  • Muangthong United 1 - 3 Kawasaki FrontaleAnother game missed by me. Can I call myself a real fan anymore? To be fair this was quite a long way away and we didn’t get much notice. Also I think I might be testing the patience of my workplace what with always asking for Tuesday off. Full credit to the few fans who did make the trip. After watching the game on TV in a bar in Shinmaruko (no photos of [続きを読む]
  • Vs Kashima Antlers (away) 19/5/17, J-League match 12
  • Kashima Antlers 0 - 3 Kawasaki Frontale[Insert expletive to show shock here]. This was a bit of a surprise. Going in to this game
    against our bogey team Kashima Antlers we had won three in a row, scoring nine and conceding none. I would never have expected us
    to get the 3-0 scoreline to keep the average going from the previous games. But we did. And whilst it wasn’t the most convincing
    of perform [続きを読む]
  • Vs Jubilo Iwata (away) 14/5/17, J-League match 11
  • Jubilo Iwata 0 - 2 Kawasaki FrontaleSo the good run continues. Three wins in a row now, no goals conceded and nine goals scored. C
    an’t really complain about that! Iwata were probably the strongest of the teams that we have faced in this run of three games an
    d possibly the result flattered us a bit. But a good team is a lucky team and things have been falling our way a little recently.
    I didn’t a [続きを読む]
  • Vs Eastern SC (home) 9/5/17, ACL Group Stage Match 6
  • Kawasaki Frontale 4 - 0 Eastern SCThis will be quite a brief post for a couple of reasons. Firstly, due to work I could only get t
    o the ground for the second half. Secondly, the game was so ungamelike (nice new word there…), that there’s not really a great
    deal I can say about it. Eastern arrived in Japan already out of the competition with their sole point on the board gained agains
    t us at that [続きを読む]
  • Vs Cerezo Osaka (away) 30/4/17, J-League match 9
  • Cerezo Osaka 2 - 0 Kawasaki FrontaleThis weekend’s punishment came in the form of a visit to newly promoted Cerezo Osaka. I thin
    k I am running out of things to say about our form and our play at the moment so this post might end up being mercifully brief. Th
    e result was one of the positives from the game. Yes, we lost 2-0, but if it hadn’t been for the heroics of Sung-Ryong, we could
    easily have [続きを読む]
  • My thoughts on the Suwon game mess
  • As I am sure you have heard, Tuesday’s game against Suwon was notable as much for activities that occurred in the stands as it was for being our first win in the ACL this year and our first win for what seems like ages. In my blog post on the game, I said I would write something separate about these events and now I find myself sitting down to do just that. I was hoping that the situation might h [続きを読む]
  • Vs Venforet Kofu (home) 8/4/17, J-League match 6
  • Kawasaki Frontale 1 - 1 Venforet Kofu After the mood boost of last weekend in Sendai, it now somehow seems inevitable that we woul
    d come crashing back to earth at home against Kofu. April is a crazy busy month for us and we have some pretty important games. So
    far, won one and drawn one. To be honest, things could easily have been a lot worse given how late we conceded. But the real disa
    ppoin [続きを読む]
  • Vs Vegalta Sendai (away) 1/4/17, J-League match 5
  • Vegalta Sendai 0 - 2 Kawasaki FrontaleAfter a two week break, Saturday saw us get things back on track a little with a decent perf
    ormance away at Sendai. Going in to the game we were (and to some extent, still are) blighted with injuries. Unavailable for selec
    tion were Elsinho, Edu, Abe, Ienaga, Tasaka, Igawa, Ao, Michael, Takeoka and Popp. Think that’s all of them but it’s a little
    difficult to [続きを読む]
  • Vs FC Tokyo (away) 18/3/17, J-League match 4
  • FC Tokyo 3 - 0 Kawasaki FrontaleNot the best day for Frontale fans. The first Tamagawa Classico of 2017 ended with a scoreline tha
    t flattered FC Tokyo a bit, but you can’t really say we deserved anything more than a draw at best. It also, I hope, saw the maj
    ority of Frontale fans getting real about Okubo. He has gone and he doesn’t care about us anymore. I’m not sure he cared about
    us mu [続きを読む]
  • Vs Kashiwa Reysol (home) 10/3/17, J-League match 3
  • Kawasaki Frontale 2 - 1 Kashiwa Reysol Off to Todoroki on a Friday night. In the UK I probably would complain about games being sw
    itched to Friday night as it doesn’t make it very easy for fans to get to them. Marinos fans had to schlep all the way out to Ka
    shima for their fixture, but we were lucky this time and were at home. I understand why they want to move games around given ACL f
    ixture [続きを読む]
  • Vs Sagan Tosu (home) 5/3/17, J-League match 2
  • Kawasaki Frontale 1 - 1 Sagan TosuFirst home game this season was against Sagan Tosu. We never really seem to do that well against
    them, so it might not have been the best way to kick off our home campaign, particularly after the disappointment of last Wednesd
    ay. It gave Harakawa an early chance to come back to us after his loan move to Tosu and in spite of him scoring their only goal la
    st weeken [続きを読む]
  • Vs Omiya Ardija (away) 25/2/17, J-League match 1
  • Omiya Ardija 0 - 2 Kawasaki FrontaleThis year we started our J League campaign in Omiya. Last year we didn’t get a chance to vis
    it this ground as the Ardija game was held in Kumagaya instead. I think most of you can remember how that one finished up. It was
    one of a few games where we could tell that we wouldn’t have enough to get us over the line and win the title. Okubo got a ridic
    ulous [続きを読む]
  • 2017 season, here we go
  • Today, a quick post they day before our 2017 season gets underway. It’s an interesting time to be a Frontale fan at the moment. We have plenty of new players and a new manager. I think all of us are hoping that Oniki will continue with the same kind of attractive attacking football that Kazama liked. If he could bring just a little more stability at the back it would be nice though! We kick the s [続きを読む]
  • New players, part 4: Ao Tanaka & Akihiro Ienaga
  • Part 4 of my pre-season new player round up. Once again, most information is swiped from Wikipedia and the photos swiped from the
    Frontale website. Sorry! Ao TanakaSquad number - 32Position - MidfielderD.O.B. - 10th September 1998Height - 1.78mA product of the
    Frontale youth system (where he was captain), Ao has been playing for Frontale for years (since 2007) and started his time at Fro
    ntale [続きを読む]
  • New players, part 2: Rhayner & Jefferson Tabinas
  • Part 2 of my pre-season new player round up. Once again, most information is swiped from Wikipedia and the photos swiped from the
    Frontale website. Sorry! RhaynerSquad number - 22Position - ForwardD.O.B. -5th September 1990Height -1.79mAs with all Brazilian si
    gnings, Rhayner automatically has generated a bit of excitement. He's a striker. He's a Brazilian. That's about all
    it takes. He signed from [続きを読む]