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Nagoya Grampus opened up a seven-point gap at the top of the J. League last weekend, but manager Dragan Stojkovic has been around the Japanese game far too long to start celebrating yet.

Grampus beat Montedio Yamagata 1-0 on Sunday to stretch their legs at the top with 12 games remaining, and having won their last three matches, the chances of a first title for the league’s great underachiever are looking good.

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