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Yokohama F. Marinos midfielder Teruhito Nakagawa was named the J. League’s most valuable player Sunday after helping lead his team to their first championship in 15 years.

A day after raising the J. League trophy with his teammates at Nissan Stadium, the 27-year-old Marinos sparkplug capped off a stellar season with his first MVP award.

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