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The Japan Football Association said Thursday it hopes to drastically revise the J. League and Emperor’s Cup schedule in an effort to strengthen the national team after Japan crashed out in the first round at the World Cup finals in Brazil.

JFA technical director Hiromi Hara who chaired the meeting in Tokyo, said it is necessary that the calendar be revamped in order to better prepare players for the quadrennial tournament.

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