The whole of the reputable German championship

The fabulous championship that moves the confines and borders of Bavaria all goes exorbitantly more mind-boggling than it was in a long time given the competitiveness resulting from the opportunity between the so well prepared teams with the best players from such unusual places.

How can you make the most of the German championship? What do the Japanese think of the German championship? Which Japanese play in the German Championship? In this article, I am leaving an agenda written by a friend and then I will talk a little about the influence of German football/soccer in Japan.

In the stunning classic and stunning Bávaro confrontation, Bayern unfortunately failed to become the winner and, therefore, gave the vice lantern Nuremberg the tie and the possibility of ascending the table, and improving their placement on the table a lot.

The whole of the reputable German championship

The team, however, that obtained better results from this confrontation was one that did not even enter the field, the superstitious Dortmund who is at the head of the leadership yearns for the possibility of crossing over the absolute leader Bayern who already counts seventy-one points now.

The missed penalty, however, in the final moments of the match served to count and feed the team's precious statistics in the Fscore catalog:

The f score and the best sports predictions

  • The catalog of this wonderful platform offers precise and precious information about practically all the competing teams of the tournament;
  • Thus, the information related to the teams, the interested parties access the results of past games or follow in real time the progress and outcome of the matches;
  • The German championship is not the only one available, with competitions referring to different sports such as handball and hockey also appearing on the page;

It should also be noted that the download of the application by the store on cell phones is absolutely free.

The best predictions are obviously always made by platforms with better structures for compiling data from the most diverse teams, which is why the results of predictions made by f score are so often so accurate. In addition to the analysis of the outcomes of the teams' previous matches and those they are yet to face, the average time spent on the ball in this or that match that managed to maintain possession of the ball is also taken into account.

The whole of the reputable German championship

The maintenance of possession of the ball is something that is known to demonstrate a very marked competence in the midfield of the majority of the teams, regarding and discussing football/soccer details, something else, however, that never escapes the eyes and the sagacious observation of the players. consultants and feeders of the f score pages are the history of injuries - especially of the attackers - of each of the teams, and also the suspensions that may have been applied.

All these details count a lot when aiming for results, which is why they are carefully analyzed and made available on this platform, which you can access by paying exactly zero cents.

What the Japanese think of the German championship

German football/soccer teams are famous in Japan. During my trip to Hokkaido I met a friend who was Brazilian, a former Japanese league player, who works with motion capture for PES and is currently a coach for the Borussia (BVB) club. in Japan.

That's right, several German teams make clubs in Japan, in order to train young Japanese and find new talent. In fact, there are many Japanese who are currently in German football/soccer. Let's finish the list by sharing the Japanese and the teams they play in:

  • Atsuto Uchida - Schalke 04 - 2010–15
  • Daichi Kamada - Eintracht Frankfurt - 2017–18
  • Genki Haraguchi - Hertha BSC, Hannover 96 - 2014–
  • Genki Omae - Fortuna Düsseldorf - 2012–13
  • Gotoku Sakai - VfB Stuttgart, Hamburger SV - 2011–18 [b USA]
  • Hajime Hosogai - FC Augsburg, Bayer Leverkusen, Hertha BSC - 2011–15
  • Hiroki Sakai - Hannover 96 - 2012–16
  • Hiroshi Kiyotake - 1. FC Nürnberg, Hannover 96 - 2012–16
  • Hotaru Yamaguchi - Hannover 96 - 2015–16
  • Junichi Inamoto - Eintracht Frankfurt - 2007–09
  • Kazuki Nagasawa - 1. FC Köln - 2014–16
  • Kazuo Ozaki - Arminia Bielefeld, FC St. Pauli - 1983–85, 1988–89
  • Kisho Yano - SC Freiburg - 2010–11
  • Makoto Hasebe - VfL Wolfsburg, 1. FC Nürnberg, Eintracht Frankfurt - 2007–
  • Mitsuru Maruoka - Borussia Dortmund - 2014–15
  • Mu Kanazaki - 1. FC Nürnberg - 2012–13
  • Naohiro Takahara - Hamburger SV, Eintracht Frankfurt - 2002–08
  • Shinji Kagawa - Borussia Dortmund - 2010–12, 2014–
  • Shinji Okazaki - VfB Stuttgart, Mainz 05 - 2010–15
  • Shinji Ono - VfL Bochum - 2007-10
  • Takashi Inui - Eintracht Frankfurt - 2012–16
  • Takashi Usami - Bayern Munich, 1899 Hoffenheim, FC Augsburg, Fortuna Düsseldorf - 2011–13, 2016–17, 2018–
  • Takuma Asano - VfB Stuttgart, Hannover 96 - 2017–
  • Tatsuya Ito - Hamburger SV - 2017–18
  • Tomoaki Makino - 1. FC Köln - 2010–12
  • Yasuhiko Okudera - 1. FC Köln, Werder Bremen - 1977–86
  • Yoshinori Muto - Mainz 05 - 2015–18
  • Yoshito Ōkubo - VfL Wolfsburg - 2008–09
  • Yuki Otsu – Borussia M'gladbach – 2011–12
  • Yuya Kubo - 1. FC Nürnberg - 2018–
  • Yuya Osako - 1. FC Köln, Werder Bremen - 2014–

It is true that football/soccer in Japan is not as successful as Baseball and other sports, but Japanese people like most people around the world appreciate the German championship. I hope you enjoyed this short article written by my friend and complemented by me.

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