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Former Nagoya Grampus boss Dragan Stojkovic on Friday denied a report he has been approached by the Japan Football Association about the vacant national team coach’s job following the resignation of Italian Alberto Zaccheroni.

But the 49-year-old Stojkovic, who steered Grampus to the J. League title in 2010, admitted Friday that he would be happy if his name was on the JFA’s shortlist.

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