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JAPANESE J1 LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Sagan Tosu 10 11 13 41
15 Nagoya 12 5 17 41
16 Jubilo Iwata 10 11 13 41
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Ex-Brazil forward Jo signs with Nagoya Grampus from Corinthians

Jo
Jo helped Corinthians to the 2017 league title.

SAO PAULO -- Brazilian striker Jo has confirmed a move from Corinthians to Japanese club Nagoya Grampus.

The top goal-scorer of the most recent Brazilian championship said in a news conference on Friday that he had not planned to leave his country, but considered the Japanese offer "irrefutable.''

Jo did not announce the length of his contract with the recently promoted team.

Corinthians chairman Roberto de Andrade said the value of the transfer for the 30-year-old was "about 10, 11 million euros...

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Miyaichi scores in Arsenal win

Arsenal recorded a 3-1 friendly win against Arsene Wenger’s former side, Nagoya Grampus on their tour of Asia.

Ryo Miyaichi scored for Arsenal against Japanese side Nagoya Grampus
Ryo Miyaichi was put on the spot by Mikel Arteta against Nagoya Grampus

Olivier Giroud opened the scoring with his sixth goal of the tour, before usual penalty taker Mikel Arteta gave young Japanese winger Ryo Miyaichi the chance to score from the spot to make it 2-0. Theo Walcott added a third before Kisho Yano got one back in front of a crowd...