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Recently retired Yamaha Jubilo head coach Katsuyuki Kiyomiya said he is proud of his eight seasons at the helm of the Top League club and shared his post-retirement plans on Tuesday.

“I was able to teach a lot of teams that you can do anything if you try, and I pushed through a style unique to Yamaha,” Kiyomiya told a Tokyo news conference.

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