Matchday 25 2017 Review – Mito Hollyhock 3-2 Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 25 2017 Review – Mito Hollyhock 3-2 Tokyo Verdy

Verdy went down to another defeat and its not been a good few games for Verdy as it’s no win in the last 5 games after this game against Mito, to the game itself, it was Verdy who started the game off with a goal just before half time from a Verdy free kick, Koki Anzai crossed the ball into the box and then the ball found the head of Tamura to touch the ball past the Mito GK to make it 1-0 but it wasn’t too long after when Mito found themselves back into the game when Yuzawa got a pass into the Verdy box and the ball found Maeda to put the ball into the back of the net to make it 1-1 at half time. It was into the last 15 minutes of the game when Mito took the lead thanks to a own goal but Verdy got themselves back into the game with a equalising goal after Vieira was fouled in the box – penalty for Verdy – which was put away to make it 2-2 but there was a twist at the end of the came when Mito scored their third goal from a corner – the ball found the head of Ryusei Saito and he headed the ball past Shibasaki in the Verdy goal to break the hearts of the the Verdy players after working so hard to get back into the game.

K’s Denki Stadium, Attendance – 4,515

Tokyo Verdy Team – Shibasaki, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Taira, Tamura, Uchida, Chugo, Koki Anzai, Pinheiro, Y Takagi, Carlos Matinez

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Naito, Nagata, Hayashi, Hashimoto, D Takagi, , Kajikawa, Douglas Vieira

Mito Hollyhock Team – Kasahara, Imase, Hamasaki, Fukui, Uchida, Kaz Sato, Sho Sato, Yuzawa, Shirai, Hayashi, Maeda

Mito Hollyhock Subs – Homma, R Saito, Toyama, Funatani, Yamamura, Miyamoto, K Saito

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5Vq3IdyRAs

Match Statistics and Info
36’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Masaki Chugo
43’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 23 – Naoya Tamura
45’ +1’ GOAL – Mito – Number 38 – Daizen Maeda
51’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Tatsuya Uchida
67’ – Sub – Mito – Ryohei Hayashi Off, Keita Saito On
73’ – Sub – Verdy – Yoshiaki Takagi Off, Ryota Kajikawa On
75’ – Yellow Card – Mito – Junya Imase
76’ – Sub – Mito – Yosuke Yuzawa Off, Ryo Toyama On
78’ GOAL – Mito – Own Goal
81’ – Sub – Verdy – Naoya Tamura Off, Daisuke Takagi On
84’ – Sub – Verdy – Masaki Chugo Off, Douglas Vieira On
88’ – Sub – Mito – Kazuhiro Sato Off, Ryusei Saito On
90’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 9 – Douglas Vieira
90’ +5’ GOAL – Mito – Number 35 – Ryusei Saito

Shots – Mito 3 – Tokyo Verdy 11
FK – Mito 9 – Tokyo Verdy 7
CK – Mito 3 – Tokyo Verdy 7
PK – Mito 0 – Tokyo Verdy 1
Cards – Mito 1/0 – Tokyo Verdy 2/0

Matchday 25 Results –

Saturday, 29th July
Matsumoto Yamaga 4-0 Zweigen Kanazawa
Kamatamare Sanuki 0-1 Oita Trinita
Avispa Fukuoka 2-0 Montedio Yamagata
Machida Zelvia 0-2 Kyoto Sanga
Shonan Bellmare 2-0 Tokushima Vortis
Renofa Yamaguchi 1-2 Yokohama FC
Ehime FC 1-0 JEF United Chiba

Sunday, 30th July
FC Gifu 2-0 Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
Fagiano Okayama 2-0 V-Varen Nagasaki
Roasso Kumamoto 0-1 Nagoya Grampus

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sat 5th August – Away v Zweigen Kanazawa, 7pm JST

Matchday 25 2017 Preview – Mito Hollyhock v Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 25 2017 Preview – Mito Hollyhock v Tokyo Verdy

Verdy’s 25th game of the 2017 season is at Away to Mito Hollyhock at K’s Denki Stadium. After a great point at home to Kamatamare Sanuki after being 2-0 down at one point of the game but to claw the game back to a 3 all draw was just the lift that Verdy needed to hopefully get into the swing of things and fingers crossed getting back to winning ways, the last time Verdy and Mito played each other was earlier on this season where Mito were beaten by 4 goals to 0 by Verdy at the Ajinomoto Stadium wher the four goals came from Yoshiaki Takagi (2), Alan Pinheiro and Akira Ibayashi, fingers crossed for something from this game please. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Sanuki (Sat 22nd July)
Shibasaki

Ibayashi-Nagata-Taira

Koki Anzai- Uchida-Chugo-Kaz Anzai

Pinheiro- Kajikawa- Carlos Matinez

Bench – Naito, Hatanaka, Uchida, Hashimoto, Y Takagi, D Takagi, Douglas Vieira

Subs – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On (46’) – Ryota Kajikawa Off, Yoshiaki Takagi On (46’) – Carlos Matinez Off, Douglas Vieira On (69’)

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

Tokyo Verdy – W L D L D
Mito Hollyhock – W L D L D

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Mito’s last league game against Oita Trinita last weekend, it was a 0-0 draw against Oita for Mito, seems they are on current results basis with Verdy at this moment in time with 1 win, 2 draws and 2 loses in the last 5 games

GK Kasahara
DF Hamasaki
DF Hosokawa
DF Fukui
MF Uchida
MF Hashimoto (Off, 46’)
MF Sho Sato
MF Yuzawa (Off, 76’)
MFShirai
MF Kaz Saro
FW Miyamoto (Off, 61’)

Subs
GK Homma
DF Tamukai
DF Imase(On, 61’)
MF Toyama (On, 76’)
MF Funatani
MF Yamamura
FW Hayashi (On, 46’)

Here are the Matchday 25 Fixtures –

Saturday, 29th July
Matsumoto Yamaga v Zweigen Kanazawa
Kamatamare Sanuki v Oita Trinita
Avispa Fukuoka v Montedio Yamagata
Machida Zelvia v Kyoto Sanga
Shonan Bellmare v Tokushima Vortis
Renofa Yamaguchi v Yokohama FC
Ehime FC v JEF United Chiba

Sunday, 30th July
FC Gifu v Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
Fagiano Okayama v V-Varen Nagasaki
Roasso Kumamoto v Nagoya Grampus

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 24 2017 Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-3 Kamatamare Sanuki


Matchday 24 2017 Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-3 Kamatamare Sanuki

Verdy got themselves a much needed point after 2 goals from Alan Pinheiro and Masaki Chugo sealed a 3-3 draw against Kamatamare Sanuki, the second 3-3 draw of the season (3-3 against Ehime on Matchday 19), to the game itself, Sanuki really had a golden chance to score after a sloppy pass back by a Verdy DF, Takuya Nagasawa picked up the misplaced pass but put it wide, a real let off for Verdy but it wasn’t too long after that Sanuki score their first goal of the game – after a long throw it, the ball was headed away from goal but not that far as the ball fell to Lee and from acute angle got the ball past Shibasaki to make it 1-0 to Sanuki, Sanuki’s second goal was all thanks to Ryota Nagata, who got the ball from about the centre circle and ran into towards the Verdy goal without being touched and he volleyed it into the net to make it 2-0 Sanuki but it was Verdy who finished off the first half with a goal when a long pass by Ibayashi (I think) found Alan Pinheiro running onto the ball and got a touch to the ball and the Sanuki GK couldn’t hold onto the ball and it went into the back of the net to make it Verdy 1-2 Sanuki just before Half Time. Into the second half was the first chance of the half was a Verdy free kick, Masaki Chugo was standing over the free kick but the free kick was blocked but the follow up shot just outside the box, found the back of the net to make it 2-2, great come back by Verdy. But it was Sanuki got got back in front when a cross into from the right hand side and the ball fell perfect for Hironori Nishi to slot the ball into the back of the net to make it 3-2 to Sanuki, but Verdy got the equaliser in the dying minutes – all thanks to some quick foot work by Koki Anzai – he put a lovely cross into the box and the ball found the head of Alan Pinheiro and the headed ball looped over the Sanuki GK and the ball settled into the back of the net to make it 3-3 – wow, what a game! But the final whistle went and it finished Verdy 3-3 Sanuki

Ajinomoto Stadium, Attendance – 3,980

Tokyo Verdy Team – Shibasaki, Ibayashi, Nagata, Taira, Koki Anzai, Watanabe, Chugo, Kaz Anzai, Pinheiro, Kajikawa, Carlos Matinez

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Naito, Hatanaka, Uchida, Hashimoto, Y Takagi, D Takagi, Douglas Vieira

Kamatamare Sanuki Team – Shimizu, Takeda, Lee, Nakasawa, Nagata, Okamura, Yamamoto, Watanabe, Kijima, Nakama

Kamatamare Sanuki Subs – Matsubara, Nishi, Ichimura, K Takagi, Baba, Tsunada, Hara

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anS6pQjmhAc

Match Statistics and Info
5’ GOAL – Sanuki – Number 17 – Yon Jick Lee
37’ GOAL – Sanuki – Number 7 – Ryota Nagata
39’ – Yellow Card – Sanuki – Hayato Nakama
40’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Akira Ibayashi
44’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 7 – Alan Pinheiro
46’ – Sub – Verdy – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On
46’ – Sub – Verdy – Ryota Kajikawa Off, Yoshiaki Takagi On
62’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 8 – Masaki Chugo
67’ – Sub – Sanuki – Shohei Yamamoto Off, Kenji Baba On
69’ – Sub – Verdy – Carlos Matinez Off, Douglas Vieira On
74’ – Sub – Sanuki – Hayato Nakama Off, Hironori Nishi On
78’ – Sub – Sanuki – Tetsuya Kijima Off, Kazuki Hara On
82’ GOAL – Sanuki – Number 23 – Hironori Nishi
85’ – Yellow Card – Sanuki – Daigo Watanabe
86’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 7 – Alan Pinheiro
89’ – Yellow Card – Sanuki – Kenki Baba

Shots – Tokyo Verdy 16 – Sanuki 13
FK – Tokyo Verdy 21 – Sanuki 12
CK – Tokyo Verdy 8 – Sanuki 2
PK – Tokyo Verdy 0 – Sanuki 0
Cards – Tokyo Verdy 1/0 – Sanuki 3/0

Matchday 24 Results –

Saturday, 22nd July
Montedio Yamagata 3-0 Shonan Bellmare
JEF United Chiba 2-0 Zweigen Kanazawa
Matsumoto Yamaga 2-1 Ehime FC
FC Gifu 0-2 Machida Zelvia
Kyoto Sanga 3-1 Nagoya Grampus
Yokohama FC 2-1 V-Varen Nagasaki
Thespa Kusatsu Gunma 1-1 Roasso Kumamoto
Oita Trinita 0-0 Mito Hollyhock

Sunday, 23rd July
Fagiano Okayama 2-1 Renofa Yamaguchi
Avispa Fukuoka 0-1 Tokushima Vortis

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sat 29th July – Away v Mito Hollyhock, 6pm JST

Matchday 24 2017 Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kamatamare Sanuki


Matchday 24 2017 Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kamatamare Sanuki

Verdy’s 24th game of the 2017 season is at Home to Kamatamare Sanuki at Ajinomoto Stadium. This matchday, Verdy find themselves with a home game against Sanuki who currently sit second off bottom with only 2 wins to their name and head to Ajinomoto Stadium with 0 wins in their last 5 games (see below) – it’s not been a great season for them so far, Verdy have faced Sanuki already this season, in matchday 13, Verdy travelled to Pikara Stadium and went home with a single point, can the lads get the 3 points? I really do hope so, they started the season rather well and have played some good football and pulled off some great results, let’s hope for great result. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Shonan (Sun 16th July)
Shibasaki

Ibayashi-Nagata-Taira

Koki Anzai- Uchida-Chugo-Kaz Anzai

Pinheiro- Kajikawa-Vieira

Bench – Naito, Hayashi, Hatanaka, Hashimoto, Watanabe, Y Takagi, D Takagi

Subs – Douglas Vieira Off, Daisuke Takagi On (70’) – Masaki Chugo Off, Yoshiaki Takaki On (70’) – Ryota Kajikawa Off, Hideo Hashimoto On (80’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Kamatamare Sanuki (League/Cup –This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – L W L D L
Kamatamare Sanuki – L L L L L

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Sanuki’s last league game against Renofa Yamaguchi last weekend, Sanuki lost 3-1 against Yamaguchi, it all started so well for Sanuki in the 12th minute when Yusuke Takeda scored, but about 10 minutes later, Renofa’s Takayuki Mae scored their first goal on the 21st minute, in injury time in the first half Kodai Watanabe scored Renofa’s second goal and it was near the start of the second half, Masafumi Miyagi scored Renofa’s third goal on the 53rd minute to seal the 3 points for away side. Below is the side that played that game.

GK Shimizu
DF Ichimura
DF Takeda
DF Nakashima
DMF Kaz Takagi
MF D Watanabe
MF Tsunada (Off, 62’)
MF Nagata
MFBaba
FW Hara (Off, 57’)
FW Kijima (Off, 80’)

Subs
GK Matsubara
DF Lee
DF Nishi
DF Yoon (On, 80’)
MF Ogino (On, 62’)
MF Osawa
FW Ganaha (On, 57’)

Here are the Matchday 24 Fixtures –

Saturday, 22nd July
Montedio Yamagata v Shonan Bellmare
JEF United Chiba v Zweigen Kanazawa
Matsumoto Yamaga v Ehime FC
FC Gifu v Machida Zelvia
Kyoto Sanga v Nagoya Grampus
Yokohama FC v V-Varen Nagasaki
Thespa Kusatsu Gunma v Roasso Kumamoto
Oita Trinita v Mito Hollyhock

Sunday, 23rd July
Fagiano Okayama v Renofa Yamaguchi
Renofa Yamaguchi v Tokushima Vortis

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 23 2017 Review – Shonan Bellmare 2-0 Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 23 2017 Review – Shonan Bellmare 2-0 Tokyo Verdy

Verdy fell to a 2-0 defeat to a Shonan Bellmare side who currently sit top of the league and its another game without a win – that’s 3 on the bounce without a win and that sees Verdy drop to 7th place in the table, to the game, Verdy had the first chance of the game, when a cross in from the right hand side found the Shonan defender Bahia almost score a own goal but the Shonan GK was on hand to spare his blushes, next Shonan had a good chance after a cross from the right found Yamada’s head but it just went wide, a long cross in from the left hand side found Bahia and he passed it back to Okamoto who put a cross in from the right and Yamada had a diving header but the ball hit the side netting – Shonan gone close again, Shonan got the first goal of the game from a corner – the ball found Bahia and it bounced away from him but Dinei controlled the ball and then Bahia shot from just about the penalty box and it blasted past Shibasaki to make it Shonan 1-0 Verdy, Shonan made it 2 – there was some lovely passing football by Shonan and a pass split the Verdy DF and the ball found Hiroki Akino to volley the ball home to make it Shonan 2-0 Verdy, Verdy had a late chance thanks to Yoshiaki Takagi – he had a shot from inside the box and it deflected off Bahia for a corner but that came to nothing, the final whistle blew

Shonan BMW Stadium Hiratsuka, Attendance – 9,820

Tokyo Verdy Team – Shibasaki, Ibayashi, Nagata, Taira, Koki Anzai, Uchida, Chugo, Kaz Anzai, Pinheiro, Kajikawa, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Naito, Hayashi, Hatanaka, Hashimoto, Watanabe, Y Takagi, D Takagi

Shonan Bellmare Team – Akimoto, Yamane, Andre Bahia, Sugioka, Okamoto, Akino, Ishikawa, Narawa, Hanato, Dinei, Yamada

Shonan Bellmare Subs – Goto, Shimamura, Saito, Shimoda, Fujita, Noda, Omotehara

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65ToN8ll5Ik

Match Statistics and Info
62’ GOAL – Shonan – Number 4 – Andre Bahia
66’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Akira Ibayashi
70’ – Sub – Verdy –Douglas Vieira Off, Daisuke Takagi On
70’ – Sub – Verdy – Masaki Chugo Off, Yoshiaki Takaki On
74’ – Sub – Shonan – Jin Hanato Off, Genta Omotehara On
78’ GOAL – Shonan – Number 5 – Hiroki Akino
80’ – Sub – Verdy – Ryota Kajikawa Off, Hideo Hashimoto On
85’ – Sub – Shonan – Dinei Off, Ryunosuke Noda On
89’ – Sub – Shonan – Yuta Narawa Off, Tsuyoshi Shimamura On
90’ +4’ – Yellow Card – Shonan – Naoki Yamada

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

Matchday 23 Results –

Saturday, 15th July
Kamatamare Sanuki 1-3 Renofa Yamaguchi
Yokohama FC 1-0 FC Gifu
Zweigen Kanazawa 1-2 Fagiano Okayama
V-Varen Nagasaki 1-0 Matsumoto Yamaga

Sunday, 16th July
Machida Zelvia 2-0 Mito Hollyhock
Nagoya Grampus 1-0 Montedio Yamagata
Ehime FC 2-2 Oita Trinita
Tokushima Vortis 1-1 Kyoto Sanga
Thespa Kusatsu Gunma 1-3 Avispa Fukuoka
Roasso Kumamoto 1-0 JEF United Chiba

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sat 22nd July – Home v Kamatamare Sanuki, 6.30pm JST

Matchday 23 2017 Preview – Shonan Bellmare v Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 23 2017 Preview – Shonan Bellmare v Tokyo Verdy

Verdy’s 23rd game of the 2017 season is Away to Shonan Bellmare at Shonan BMW Stadium Hiratsuka. It’s been a funny sort of results the past few games (Ehime game and the Kumamoto game that I’m mostly looking at) but it was a good point against Okayama last weekend at Home with the equaliser from Taira came as a relief to actually get something from the game after hitting the crossbar and the Okayama GK making some great saves, but this game against the league leaders will be a very tough game, even though Shonan got knocked out of the 3rd Round of the Emperors Cup, they still are on a decent run last month and the start of July but let’s hope Verdy can put a stop to that, but Shonan and Verdy have already played each other earlier on in the season, Matchday 7 to be exact, Shonan came away with a 3-2 victory even though Verdy scored the first goal of the game – Kikuchi scored 2 and Dinei scored the 3 goals for Shonan and the Anzai brothers scored the Verdy goals. Fingers crossed Verdy can get a good result from this game. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Okayama (Sun 9th July)
Shibasaki

Ibayashi-Nagata-Taira

Koki Anzai- Uchida-Hashimoto-Kaz Anzai

Pinheiro- Y Takagi-Vieira

Bench – Ota, Tamura, Hatanaka, Watanabe, Chugo, D Takagi, Kajikawa

Subs – Hideo Hashimoto Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (62’) – Mitsuru Nagata Off, Daisuke Takagi On (71’) – Yoshiaki Takagi Off, Masaki Chugo On (79’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Fagiano Okayama (League/Cup –This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – D L W L D
Shonan Bellmare – W W W D L

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Shonan’s last league game against Oita Trinita last weekend, it seemed like it was a bore 0-0 draw between Oita Trinita and Shonan Bellmare at Oita Bank Dome in front of just under 9,000 people in Attendance and this game leaves Oita in 12th place and Shonan are currently sitting top of the league with Avispa a point behind Shonan.

GK Akimoto
DF Yamane
DF Bahia
DF Sugioka
MF Okamoto
MF Akino
MF Ishikawa
MF Narawa (Off, 46’)
FW Hanato
FW Noda (Off, 73’)
FW Yamada

Subs
GK Goto
DF Tsuboi
DF Shimamura (On, 84’)
MF Saito (On, 46’) (Off, 84’)
MF Shimoda
FW Fujita (On, 73’)
FW Omotehara

Here are the Matchday 23 Fixtures –

Saturday, 15th July
Kamatamare Sanuki v Renofa Yamaguchi
Yokohama FC v FC Gifu
Zweigen Kanazawa v Fagiano Okayama
V-Varen Nagasaki v Matsumoto Yamaga

Sunday, 16th July
Machida Zelvia v Mito Hollyhock
Nagoya Grampus v Montedio Yamagata
Ehime FC v Oita Trinita
Tokushima Vortis v Kyoto Sanga
Thespa Kusatsu Gunma v Avispa Fukuoka
Roasso Kumamoto v JEF United Chiba

Come on Verdy!