Matchday 10 2018 Season Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Mito Hollyhock


Matchday 10 2018 Season Preview –Tokyo Verdy v Mito Hollyhock

Verdy’s 10th game of the 2018 season is at Home to Mito Hollyhock at Ajinomoto Stadium. Up to double figures of matchday now, it was another draw last matchday with Roasso Kumamoto – it was a 0-0 draw and one more point up the table(see the Review against Kumamoto in my last post) and Verdy see themselves in 5th place with 6 draws and 3 wins after 9 games, while Mito see themselves a place behind in 6th place on the same amount of points but it’s -1 on goal difference is all that separates both teams. The head to head between both teams from last season was a win in each game, the first game from last season was in Matchday 3 (Saturday 11th March) and Verdy came away with a 4-0 win with goals from Y Takagi (2), Pinheiro and Ibayashi and then the away game came in Matchday 25 when Mito won 3-2 – goals from Tamura and Vieira scored for Verdy and Maeda, a OG and Saito scored for Mito, let’s hope Verdy can keep up the great start to the season and get something from this game wherever it would be a win or a draw. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Kumamoto (Sat 15th Apr)

Kamifukumoto

Tamura-Ibayashi-Hatanaka-Taira

Uchida-Watanabe-Inoue

Martinez-Narawa-Vieira

Bench – Shibasaki, S Hayashi, Wakasa, Sato, Kajikawa, R Hayashi, Takai

Subs – Carlos Martinez Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (69’) – Douglas Vieira Off, Ryohei Hayashi On (85’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Mito Hollyhock (League – This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – D D W D D
Roasso Kumamoto – L D L D W

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Mito Hollyhock’s last league game at Home to Zweigen Kanazawa at K’s Denki Stadium. Mito got a 1-0 victory over Kanazawa and the only goal of the game came from Takeru Kishimoto just before half time on the 36th minute.

GK – Homma
DF – Ito
DF – Hosokawa
DF – Fukui
DF – Diego
MF – Kurokawa
MF – Shirai (Off, 77’)
MF – Kojima
MF – Kimura
FW – Baiano (Off, 80’)
FW – Kishimoto (Off, 88’)

Subs
GK – Hasegawa
MF – Sato (On, 77’)
MF – Hirano
MF – Toyama
MF – Ito (On, 88’)
FW – Miyamoto (On, 80’)
FW – Saito

Data – For Hollyhock v Kanazawa
Shots – 6
Free Kicks – 9
Corner Kicks – 3
Penalties – 0
Cards – 0 Yellow/0 Red

Top Goalscoer – Jefferson Baiano – 4 Goals (9 Games Played)

Here are the Matchday 10 Fixtures of the 2018 Season –

Saturday, 21st April
Tokyo Verdy v Mito Hollyhock
Kyoto Sanga v Roasso Kumamoto
Ehime FC v Ventforet Kofu
Fagiano Okayama v FC Gifu

Sunday, 22nd April
Albirex Niigata v Omiya Ardija
Avispa Fukuoka v JEF United Chiba
Yokohama FC v Tochigi SC
Matsumoto Yamaga v Montedio Yamagata
Zweigen Kanazawa v Oita Trinita
Tokushima Vortis v Kamatamare Sanuki
Machida Zelvia v Renofa Yamaguchi

Come on Verdy!

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Matchday 9 2018 Season Review – Roasso Kumamoto 0-0 Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 9 2018 Season Review – Roasso Kumamoto 0-0 Tokyo Verdy

Verdy settled for another 0-0 draw, that’s the sixth 0-0 draw of the season for the boys in green, to the game, it was a great chance for Verdy first off when Shion Inoue shot from just outside the box and went just wide, then Kumamoto had a good chance when a cross came in from the left but Byong Jun An headed over, it was another good chance for Kumamoto when another cross came in and Yusuke Minagawa headed the ball wide, still 0-0 at this point, a great chance for Verdy when Kota Watanabe got the ball in their own half and ran all the way up the field and passed it to Ryota Kajikawa, he crossed it into the box and Watanabe got his head on the ball but it went wide, Naoto Kamifukumoto in the Verdy goal stopped a chance from a corner after a shot from Shuhei Kamimura wwas swallowed up by Kamifukumoto, Verdy were close again when a cross in from the right hand side of the pitch, the ball found the head of Ryohei Hayashi but he put it just wide, the game finished 0-0, decent game but it’s 1 point each.

EGAGO Kenko Stadium, Attendance – 10,011

Tokyo Verdy Team – Kamifukumoto, Tamura, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Taira, Uchida, Watanabe, Inoue, Martinez, Narawa, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Shibasaki, S Hayashi, Wakasa, Sato, Kajikawa, R Hayashi, Takai

Roasso Kumamoto Team – Sato, Kotani, Aoki, Sonoda, Tanaka, Nakayama, Yonehara, Hachikubo, Kuroki, Minagawa, An

Roasso Kumamoto Subs – Nitadori, Ueda, Katayama, Uehara, Kamimura, Sano, Maki

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tg_Kz2rnDtU

Match Statistics and Info
69’ – Sub – Verdy – Carlos Martinez Off, Ryota Kajikawa On
76’ – Sub – Kumamoto – Yuto Nakayama Off, Shuhei Kamimura On
85’ – Sub – Verdy – Douglas Vieira Off, Ryohei Hayashi On
87’ – Sub – Kumamoto – Yusuke Minagawa Off, Seiichiro Maki On
90’ +4’ – Sub – Byong Jun An Off, Tsubasa Sano On

Shots – Kumamoto 7 – Tokyo Verdy 10
FK – Kumamoto 9 – Tokyo Verdy 13
CK – Kumamoto 5 – Tokyo Verdy 4
PK – Kumamoto 0 – Tokyo Verdy 0
Cards – Kumamoto 0/0 – Tokyo Verdy 1/0

Matchday 9 Results –

Saturday, 14th April
Ventforet Kofu 0-1 Matsumoto Yamaga
Avispa Fukuoka 2-0 Renofa Yamaguchi
Omiya Ardija 1-1 Fagiano Okayama

Sunday, 15th April
Montedio Yamagata 1-0 Kyoto Sanga
Roasso Kumamoto 0-0 Tokyo Verdy
Mito Hollyhock 1-0 Zweigen Kanazawa
Tochigi SC 2-1 Albirex Niigata
FC Gifu 0-0 Tokushima Vortis
Kamatamare Sanuki 1-1 Ehime FC
Oita Trinita 1-1 Yokohama FC
JEF United Chiba 3-2 Machida Zelvia

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Saturday, 21st April – Home v Mito Hollyhock, 3pm

Matchday 9 2018 Season Preview – Roasso Kumamoto v Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 9 2018 Season Preview – Roasso Kumamoto v Tokyo Verdy

Verdy’s 9th game of the 2018 season is Away to Roasso Kumamoto at EGAO Kenko Stadium. Its Verdy’s 4th away game of the season and this time it’s at Roasso Kumamoto where they currently sit just behind Verdy in 7th place with 13 points (4 Wins, 1 Draw and 3 Losses) while Verdy are on 14 points (3 Wins and 5 Draws), it will be a very interesting game as both clubs are quite close to each other in the table and looking at the head to head between the both teams – last season it was 1 each, the away game for Verdy was a 4-0 thrashing in Matchday 21 in the 2017 Season (1/7/17) with 4 different goal scorers – Hachikubo, Byong Jun An, Kamimura and Kuroki with the goals but Verdy beat Kumamoto in Matchday 27 (11/8/17) at Ajinomoto Stadium with Douglas Vieira with the winning goal for Verdy in the 89th minute, let’s hope the boys in green can keep up the great start to the season and hopefully get something from the game and get a win or a draw. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Gifu (Sat 7th Apr)

Kamifukumoto

Tamura-Ibayashi-Hatanaka-Narawa

Uchida-Watanabe-Inoue

S Hayashi-Martinez-Vieira

Bench – Shibasaki, Wakasa, Sawai, Sato, Kajikawa, Hayashi, Takai

Subs – Shogo Hayashi Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (50′) – Douglas Vieira Off, Ryohei Hayashi On (62′) – Shion Inoue Off, Kazuma Takai On (81′)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Roasso Kumamoto (League – This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – D D D W D
Roasso Kumamoto – L W L W D

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Roasso Kumamoto’s last league game Away to Machida Zelvia at Machida Stadium. It ended up as a draw as a later goal for Zelvia sealed a draw, but Kumamoto started off the first half with a goal from top scorer Byong Jun An on the 24th minute and the away side went into half time with a 1-0 lead but the other 3 goals came in the last 25 minutes, Zelvia equalised on the 73rd minute all thanks to Kota Fukatsu with the goal to make it 1-1, but 3 minutes later (76’) Kumamoto retook the lead when Yusuke Minagawa scored with at least 14 minutes to go but Zelvia got a equaliser late into injury time when Dorian Babunski got Zelvia’s second goal and it finished 2-2 in front of just under a 4,000 attendance.

GK – Sato
DF – Kotani
DF – Aoki
DF – Sonoda
MF – Tanaka
MF – Kamimura
MF – Yonehara
MF – Hachikubo (Off, 85’)
MF – Kuroki
FW – An
FW – Minagawa (Off, 83’)

Subs
GK – Hata
DF – Takase
DF – Ueda
MF – Uehara (On, 85’)
MF – Nakayama
FW – Sano
FW – Maki (On, 83’)

Data – For Kumamoto v Zelvia
Shots – 9
Free Kicks – 17
Corner Kicks – 6
Penalties – 0
Cards – 1 Yellow/0 Red

Top Goalscoer – Byong Jun An – 4 Goals (From 8 Games)

Here are the Matchday 9 Fixtures of the 2018 Season –

Saturday, 14th April
Ventforet Kofu v Matsumoto Yamaga
Avispa Fukuoka v Renofa Yamaguchi
Omiya Ardija v Fagiano Okayama

Sunday, 15th April
Montedio Yamagata v Kyoto Sanga
Roasso Kumamoto v Tokyo Verdy
Mito Hollyhock v Zweigen Kanazawa
Tochigi SC v Albirex Niigata
FC Gifu v Tokushima Vortis
Kamatamare Sanuki v Ehime FC
Oita Trinita v Yokohama FC
JEF United Chiba v Machida Zelvia

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 8 2018 Season Review – Tokyo Verdy 0-0 FC Gifu


Matchday 8 2018 Season Review – Tokyo Verdy 0-0 FC Gifu

Verdy came away from their latest home game with a 0-0 draw over FC Gifu, the game started off a with a great chance for FC Gifu – a long range shot from Kota Miyamoto went just wide, there was a great chance for Verdy after a cross in from Naoya Tamura which found Shion Inoue just inside the box and Inoue put it just over the bar and Gifu had another chance after Miyamoto ran down the ball that went back to the Verdy GK Kamifukumoto and Miyamoto blocked the ball but the ball went over the bar, it was another good chance for Verdy as a long range shot by Tatsuya Uchida went just past the post, Gifu almost took the lead when a long ball into the box found the head of Hiroaki Namba and the ball almost went over Kamifukumoto and he put the ball out for a corner, Gifu had another good chance thanks to Kensei Nakashima – but he put his through ball just wide, it was a lovely chance for Verdy when Carlos Martinez ran down the left wing and then crossed into the box to Ryohei Hayashi header towards goal but the ball was blocked and went out for a corner but it finished 0-0, how it finished 0-0 I have no idea because both sides had some great chances but it was a point each for both clubs.

Ajinomoto Stadium, Attendance – 3,169

Tokyo Verdy Team – Kamifukumoto, Tamura, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Narawa, Uchida, Watanabe, Inoue, S Hayashi, Martinez, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Shibasaki, Wakasa, Sawai, Sato, Kajikawa, Hayashi, Takai

FC Gifu Team – Victor, Abe, Tamori, Takeda, Fukumura, Nagashima, Miyamoto, Ono, Tanaka, Ryan De Vries, Furuhashi

FC Gifu Subs – Harada, Naganuma, Iyoha, Kazama, Nakashima, Namba, Yamagishi

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlJrCkvls2M

Match Statistics and Info
21’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Douglas Vieira
50’ – Sub – Verdy – Shogo Hayashi Off, Ryota Kajikawa On
61’ – Sub – Gifu – Ryan De Vries Off, Hiroaki Namba On
62’ – Sub – Verdy – Douglas Vieira Off, Ryohei Hayashi On
75’ – Sub – Gifu – Kota Miyamoto Off, Kensei Nakashima On
79’ – Sub – Gifu – Yushi Nagashima Off, Koya Kazama On
81’ – Sub – Verdy – Shion Inoue Off, Kazuma Takai On

Shots – Tokyo Verdy 11 – Gifu 8
FK – Tokyo Verdy 14 – Gifu 17
CK – Tokyo Verdy 2 – Gifu 5
PK – Tokyo Verdy 0 – Gifu 0
Cards – Tokyo Verdy 1/0 – Gifu 1/0

Matchday 8 Results –

Saturday, 7th April
Ventforet Kofu 1-1 Mito Hollyhock
Tokyo Verdy 0-0 FC Gifu
Kyoto Sanga 0-1 Oita Trinita
Renofa Yamaguchi 2-1 Omiya Ardija

Sunday, 8th April
Tochigi SC 1-1 Tokushima Vortis
Machida Zelvia 2-2 Roasso Kumamoto
Yokohama FC 2-2 Avispa Fukuoka
Matsumoto Yamaga 1-1 Kamatamare Sanuki
Albirex Niigata 0-1 Fagiano Okayama
Zweigen Kanazawa 3-1 JEF United Chiba
Ehime FC 0-2 Montedio Yamagata

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sunday, 15th April – Away v Roasso Kumamoto, 1pm

Matchday 8 2018 Season Preview – Tokyo Verdy v FC Gifu


Matchday 8 2018 Season Preview – Tokyo Verdy v FC Gifu

Verdy’s 8th game of the 2018 season is at Home to FC Gifu at Ajinomoto Stadium. It was a very important win last weekend when Verdy beat Tokushima Vortis 4-0 away from home, it’s now time to look forward to Saturday afternoon’s game when they play FC Gifu at Ajinomoto Stadium – Gifu’s last game was a high scoring game, if you want to read about the game against Kofu, please read below, Gifu currently sit in 16th place with 7 points (2 wins, 1 draw and 4 loses) while Verdy find themselves in the play off places (5th place) with 13 points (3 wins and 4 draws), the head to head between the 2 clubs last season was 2 wins for Verdy – Verdy at home (25/3/17) – it was a 1-0 win for Verdy with the only goal of the game coming from Alan Pinheiro and in the home game for Gifu (21/10/17) it was a 2-1 win for Verdy – Douglas Vieira (2) for Verdy and Furuhashi for Gifu, let’s hope the boys in Green can keep up the unbeaten run with a win or at least a draw. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Vortis (Sun 1st Apr)
Kamifukumoto

Tamura-Hatanaka-Ibayashi

Hayashi-Uchida-Narawa-Watanabe-Inoue

Pinheiro-Vieira

Bench – Shibasaki, Wakasa, Sato, Kajikawa, Hayashi, Martinez, Takai

Subs – Shion Inoue Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (62’) – Alan Pinheiro Off, Carlos Martinez On (72’) – Shogo Hayashi Off, Ryohei Hayashi On (85’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and FC Gifu (League – This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – W D D D W
FC Gifu – W L D W L

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at FC Gifu’s last league game at Home to Ventforet Kofu at Gifu Nagaragawa Stadium. Gifu lost the game by 4 goals to 3, the scoreline was close at the end of the game but it wasn’t like that in the second half, but Gifu went into half time 1-0 up after the 35th minutethanks to leading scorer Paulo Junichi Tanaka but in the second half – it didn’t take long for Kofu to equalise with Junior Barros (46’) and then a few minutes later it was 2-1 to Kofu after Shohei Ogura scored on the 51st minute and about 15 minutes later it was 3-1 to Kofu on the 66th minute when Junior Barros scored his second goal of the game, Gifu got on the score sheet for the second half when only 2 minutes later Yuto Ono (68’) got his side back into the game and it was Gifu 2-3 Kofu but Kofu scored their 4th goal 2 minutes after Gifu scored their second goal – Masato Yuzawa scoring the fourth goal but Gifu got a third later into the game thanks to Koya Kazama on the 92nd minute.

GK – Victor
DF – Abe
DF – Tamori
DF – Takeda
DF – Fukumura
MF – Nagashima (Off, 77’)
MF – Miyamoto
MF – Ono
MF – Tanaka (Off, 81’)
FW – Ryan De Vries (Off, 69’)
FW – Furuhashi

Subs
GK – Harada
DF – Naganuma
DF – Iyoha
MF – Kazama (On, 77’)
MF – Nakashima
FW – Namba (On, 81’)
FW – Yamagishi (On, 69’)

Data – For Gifu v Kofu
Shots – 5
Free Kicks – 17
Corner Kicks – 7
Penalties – 0
Cards – 1 Yellow/0 Red

Top Goalscoer – MF Paulo Junichi Tanaka – 5

Here are the Matchday 8 Fixtures of the 2018 Season –

Saturday, 7th April
Ventforet Kofu v Mito Hollyhock
Tokyo Verdy v FC Gifu
Kyoto Sanga v Oita Trinita
Renofa Yamaguchi v Omiya Ardija

Sunday, 8th April
Tochigi SC v Tokushima Vortis
Machida Zelvia v Roasso Kumamoto
Yokohama FC v Avispa Fukuoka
Matsumoto Yamaga v Kamatamare Sanuki
Albirex Niigata v Fagiano Okayama
Zweigen Kanazawa v JEF United Chiba
Ehime FC v Montedio Yamagata

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 7 2018 Season Review – Tokushima Vortis 0-4 Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 7 2018 Season Review – Tokushima Vortis 0-4 Tokyo Verdy

Verdy got themselves with a big 4-0 win over Tokushima Vortis with 2 goals coming in each half and Vortis having 10 men near the end of the game, it was a big 3 points for the boys in pink, it started off so well for Verdy – on the 3 minute mark, a throw in for Verdy, the throw found the head of a Vortis defender and he headed it back to a open Alan Pinheiro in the box and he swung his foot and the ball went into the the top right of the net to make it 1-0 to Verdy early on and it got even better for Verdy when they went 2-0 up on the 11th minute thanks to Kota Watanabe – a ball was played through to Kota and he had a bit of space and got past one of the Vortis defenders and Kota shot from the right hand side of the box – with his right foot and went into the back of the net, into the second half and Vortis made a double sub before the start of the second half, one of the subs who came on almost made a instant impact with Ryogo Yamasaki headed towards goal and Kamifukumoto saved it and put it out for a corner, but Verdy made it 3-0 after Watanabe got the ball of a Vortis defender and made a break for the Vortis box but he was fould but another Verdy player Shion Inoue got the ball and then he passed it to Shogo Hayashi and he crossed it into the box on the floor to Douglas Vieira and he put it into the back of the net to make it 3-0, but Vortis’s frustrations got to them when Sisinio got himself sent off for doing 2 things in about a few seconds – smacking a Verdy player in the face and chopping down Vieira for a deserved Red Card – Sisinio was making his mouth go as he went off the field towards to Verdy bench – shouldn’t got yourself sent off them should you? But Verdy made it 4-0 after a Vortis attack broke down and the ball was kicked up field and the ball found Vieira with no one marking him and Vieira ran towards the box with one Vortis defender trying to catch him – Vieira only had the goalkeeper to beat with the Vortis defender closing in on him and the GK coming out of his goal but Vieira’s shot went past the GK and the defender and it went into the back of the net to make it 4-0 – great result for those Verdy fans who made the trip.

Pocari Sweat Stadium, Attendance – 5, 303

Tokyo Verdy Team – Kamifukumoto, Tamura, Hatanaka, Ibayashi, S Hayashi, Uchida, Narawa Watanabe, Inoue, Pinheiro, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Shibasaki, Wakasa, Sato, Kajikawa, Hayashi, Martinez, Takai

Tokushima Vortis Team – Carvajal, Izutsu, Bueno, Osaki, Uchida, Iwao, Sisinio, Konishi, Maekawa, T Sugimoto, Shimaya

Tokushima Vortis Subs – Kajikawa, Omoto, R Sugimoto, Goya, Yamasaki, Sato

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m89V-fyAHQA

Match Statistics and Info
3’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 7 – Alan Pinheiro
11’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 33 – Kota Watanabe
21’ – Yellow Card – Vortis – Ken Iwao
29’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Shion Inoue
30’ – Yellow Card – Vortis – Bueno
46’ – Sub – Vortis – Yuto Uchida Off, Ryuji Sugimoto On
46’ – Sub – Vortis – Taiga Maekawa Off, Ryogo Yamasaki On
59’ GOAL – Verdy –Number 9 – Douglas Vieira
62’ – Sub – Verdy – Shion Inoue Off, Ryota Kajikawa On
68’ – Sub – Vortis – Yudai Konishi Off, Yuki Omoto On
72’ – Sub – Verdy – Alan Pinheiro Off, Carlos Martinez On
73’ – Yellow Card – Vortis – Bueno
79’ – Yellow Card – Vortis – Sisinio
79’ – Yellow Card – Vortis – Sisinio (2nd Yellow)
82’ – Yellow Card – Vortis – Taro Sugimoto
85’ – Sub – Verdy – Shogo Hayashi Off, Ryohei Hayashi On
88’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 9 – Douglas Vieira

Shots – Vortis 7 – Tokyo Verdy 9
FK –Vortis 15 – Tokyo Verdy 13
CK – Vortis 5 – Tokyo Verdy 4
PK – Vortis 0 – Tokyo Verdy 0
Cards –Vortis 6/2 – Tokyo Verdy 1/0

Matchday 7 Results –

Saturday, 31st March
Montedio Yamagata 0-1 Renofa Yamaguchi
Kyoto Sanga 1-1 Kamatamare Sanuki

Sunday, 1st April
Matsumoto Yamaga 3-2 Omiya Ardija
Roasso Kumamoto 3-1 Albirex Niigata
Mito Hollyhock 0-1 Machida Zelvia
Yokohama FC 0-4 Zweigen Kanazawa
FC Gifu 3-4 Ventforet Kofu
Fagiano Okayama 0-1 Ehime FC
Tokushima Vortis 0-4 Tokyo Verdy
Avispa Fukuoka 2-1 Tochigi SC
Oita Trinita 4-0 JEF United Chiba

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Saturday, 7th April – Home v FC Gifu, 3pm

Matchday 7 2018 Season Preview – Tokushima Vortis v Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 7 2018 Season Preview – Tokushima Vortis v Tokyo Verdy

Verdy’s 7th game of the 2018 season is Away to Tokushima Vortis at Pocari Sweat Stadium. Verdy is on the road for Matchday 7 – the boys in green are away to Tokushima Vortis for Verdy’s 3rd Away game of the season, Verdy find themselves with 2 wins and 4 draws currently and sit 8th in the J2 League at the moment while Verdy’s opponents are just behind in 9th place with 3 wins and 3 losses with just 1 point behind – the last time these 2 teams faced each other was on the Sunday 19th November, when on the last game of the 2017 season where Verdy came out on top with a 2-1 win – Verdy goals came from Taira (31’) and Uchida (88’) while Watari (49’) got Vortis’s goal, earlier on last season Vortis won their home game 1-0 with Sugimoto the goalscorer on the 26th minute, let’s hope Verdy can keep up the unbeaten run and get something from this game. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Yamagata (Sun 25th Mar)

Kamifukumoto

Tamura- Hatanaka-Ibayashi

Uchida-Hayashi-Narawa-Watanabe-Inoue

Sugajima-Vieira-Hayashi

Bench – Shibasaki, Wakasa, Sato, Hashimoto, Kajikawa, Hayashi, Pinheiro

Subs – Carlos Martinez Off, Alan Pinheiro On (55’) – Shogo Hayashi Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (65’) – Shion Inoue Off, Hideo Hashimoto On (71’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Tokushima Vortis (League – This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – D W D D D
Tokushima Vortis – L W W W L

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Tokushima Vortis’s last league game Away to Albirex Niigata at Denka Big Swan Stadium. Tokushima Vortis lost by only one goal to nil away from home against Albirex Niigata – the only goal of the game came in the first half in the 31st minute thanks to Atsushi Kawata

GK – Carvajal
DF – Kim (Off, 46’)
DF – Bueno
DF – Osaki
DF – Uchida
MF – Iwao
MF – Sisinio
MF – Maekawa (Off, 62’)
MF – T Sugimoto
FW – Shimaya
FW – Sato (Off, 46’)

Subs
GK – Kajikawa
DF – Izutsu (On, 46’)
MF – R Sugimoto
MF – Konishi
MF – Fujiwara
FW – Goya (On, 62’)
FW – Yamasaki (On 46’)

Data – For Vortis v Niigata
Shots – 11
Free Kicks – 17
Corner Kicks – 7
Penalties – 0
Cards – 1 Yellow/0 Red

Here are the Matchday 7 Fixtures of the 2018 Season –

Saturday, 31st March
Montedio Yamagata v Renofa Yamaguchi
Kyoto Sanga v Kamatamare Sanuki

Sunday, 1st April
Matsumoto Yamaga v Omiya Ardija
Roasso Kumamoto v Albirex Niigata
Mito Hollyhock v Machida Zelvia
Yokohama FC v Zweigen Kanazawa
FC Gifu v Ventforet Kofu
Fagiano Okayama v Ehime FC
Tokushima Vortis v Tokyo Verdy
Avispa Fukuoka v Tochigi SC
Oita Trinita v JEF United Chiba

Come on Verdy!