Synonyms for fagiano_okayama or Related words with fagiano_okayama

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Examples of "fagiano_okayama"
The 2012 Fagiano Okayama season saw Fagiano Okayama compete in J. League Division 2 for the fourth consecutive season. Fagiano Okayama also competed in the 2012 Emperor's Cup.
On 20 April 2011 he joined Fagiano Okayama. During his time at Fagiano Okayama, Kim became an ever-present member of the starting eleven as an attacking midfielder. Kim played in 73 out of 79 league games during his time at Fagiano Okayama and featured in the starting eleven on 66 of those games. Kim scored his first league goal for Fagiano Okayama in a 2-1 loss against Consadole Sapporo on 29 May 2011.
Okayama has many sports teams. In recent years, volleyball team Okayama Seagulls and football club Fagiano Okayama have been established. In 2009, Fagiano Okayama FC gained promotion to the J. League, the highest football league in Japan.
He played for Japanese club Oita Trinita, Mito HollyHock and Fagiano Okayama.
He previously played for Busan I'Park, Jeju United, Fagiano Okayama and Oita Trinita.
He scored in his final league game, playing against Fagiano Okayama.
Hidemasa Kobayashi joined to J2 League club; Fagiano Okayama in 2013.
, commonly referred to as Woods, is a Japanese football player currently playing for Fagiano Okayama.
Kohei Kiyama (喜山 康平, born 22 February 1988) is a Japanese football player. He plays for Fagiano Okayama.
In the 2000s, SC Tottori, Mitsubishi Motors Mizushima F.C. and Fagiano Okayama achieve promotion to the JFL.
Lee Chang-Gang (; born 9 December 1984) is a Japanese-born South Korean football goalkeeper, who plays for Fagiano Okayama in J2 League.
After working his way through the JEF United Ichihara youth system, Takeda signed a professional contract in 2005. In July 2008, he transferred to Fagiano Okayama.
Yuichi Kubo (久保 裕一, born September 26, 1988) is a Japanese footballer who plays for Fagiano Okayama, as a striker.
New Wave Kitakyushu and Kataller Toyama were approved as J. League associate members at the annual meeting in January. Fagiano Okayama were approved back in 2007 when playing in Regional league. FC Ryukyu's application was declined.
Hugo subsequently appeared for clubs in Japan in the following year, representing Ventforet Kofu, Roasso Kumamoto and Fagiano Okayama (after a short spell back to his homeland at Náutico). On 5 January 2015 he signed for Portuguesa.
Daisuke Ito (伊藤 大介, born April 18, 1987) is a Japanese footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Fagiano Okayama FC. He is known as a free kick specialist.
Eighteen clubs played in J. League Division 2 during the 2009 season. Of these clubs, Consadole Sapporo and Tokyo Verdy were relegated from Division 1 last year. Tochigi S.C., Kataller Toyama, and Fagiano Okayama newly joined from Japan Football League.
Kento Kato was promoted from youth team to the top team of the J2 League club Fagiano Okayama in 2014. On February 28, 2016, he debuted on opening game of the 2016 season (v Renofa Yamaguchi FC).
In July 2011 he joined Albirex Niigata in the J1 League on a two-year contract. Unable to secure a spot in the first team, Gonzaga was loaned to Japanese lower division clubs Fagiano Okayama in 2012 and FC Machida Zelvia in 2013. After his contract expired with Niigata, he returned to Bolivia and signed for Sport Boys Warnes in January 2014.
Fagiano Okayama is a football club from Okayama, Okayama, Japan. Fagiano currently play in the J2 League, the second-tier professional football league in the country. "Fagiano" in Italian means "pheasant", and it is a reference to the pheasant that was a companion of local legend character Momotarō. Their mascot "Fagimaru" is based on the specific species native to Japan, the green pheasant.