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WE LEAGUE

Japan Times
SOCCER
Mar 27, 2023
Tottenham parts ways with manager Antonio Conte
'We all need to pull together,' chairman Daniel Levy said. 'Everyone has to step up to ensure the highest possible finish for our club and amazing, loyal supporters.'
Japan Times
SOCCER
Mar 16, 2023
Kaoru Mitoma assists as Brighton down Crystal Palace
The win took Brighton up to seventh, six points off fourth-placed Tottenham with two games in hand.
Japan Times
Rugby
Mar 12, 2023
Brave Lupus overcome early red card to beat Green Rockets
Green Rockets briefly held a 20-18 lead on Christian Laui's converted try early in the second half before the tide turned in favor of the visitors.
Japan Times
BASEBALL
Mar 10, 2023
Jean Faut, star pitcher in women’s baseball league, dies at 98
Over eight seasons, the right-handed Faut won 140 games and posted a minuscule 1.23 ERA, a league record.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Mar 9, 2023
Disappointed Dortmund must regroup to keep title dreams alive
With luck deserting Dortmund in dramatic fashion in London, the challenge now is to ensure the side's good form does not leave with it.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Mar 8, 2023
'Special night' relieves pressure on Chelsea's Graham Potter
The Blues overturned a 1-0 first-leg deficit by beating Borussia Dortmund 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in the second leg of the Champions League's last 16.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Mar 6, 2023
Liverpool roars back to life with seven-goal rout of Manchester United
Liverpool's record 7-0 rout of the visitors reduced United's new-found swagger to a stagger.
Japan Times
SOCCER / J. League
Mar 5, 2023
Vissel hammer Gamba to take top spot in J. League after three straight wins
After going 11 straight games without a win to start last season, Kobe's fortunes turned following the appointment last June of manager Takayuki Yoshida.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Mar 5, 2023
Kaoru Mitoma on target for Brighton in big win over West Ham
Mitoma created the opening goal for the hosts in the 17th minute of the match, controlling a high ball and skipping into the box before being brought down by Jarrod Bowen.
Japan Times
SPORTS
Mar 5, 2023
English clubs spending more after Brexit changed immigration system
English clubs cannot sign Europe-based players under the age of 18. League leadership now thinks that this immigration system 'needs a bit of a tweak.'
Japan Times
Rugby
Mar 3, 2023
Brave Blossoms begin planting seeds for 2023 Rugby World Cup
Head coach Jamie Joseph asked his core players to keep setting their sights on international standards ahead of his next squad announcement in June.
Japan Times
SOCCER / J. League
Mar 2, 2023
Ukrainian teen evacuee keeps soccer dream alive in Yokohama
Nineteen-year-old Yaroslav Shtonda had the opportunity to train with Yokohama FC's J. League first-division side for the first time.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Mar 2, 2023
Chelsea announce new fan advisory board
The Chelsea Supporters' Trust said it was a 'momentous day' for supporters, but added there was still work to be done.
Japan Times
MORE SPORTS
Feb 28, 2023
Golden wicket: Laborer's daughter, 15, scores India cricket payday
The Women's Premier League begins on Saturday and could transform women's cricket globally in the same way that the lucrative Indian Premier League did the men's game.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Feb 27, 2023
Kyogo Furuhashi scores brace to lift Celtic in Scottish League Cup final
After hitting a brace in last season's final against Hibernian, Furuhashi repeated the trick at Hampden Park as Celtic held off its Old Firm rival for its 21st League Cup win.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Feb 27, 2023
Resurgent Manchester United captures League Cup to end six-year trophy drought
Ending United's longest trophy drought in 40 years is no guarantee of future success, but manager Erik ten Hag appears capable of thriving in the unrelenting spotlight at Old Trafford.
Japan Times
MORE SPORTS
Feb 26, 2023
CFL deepens links with Japanese football in combine's fourth year
The international combines and draft are a part of a global outreach program, dubbed CFL 2.0, that was initiated by CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie in 2018.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Feb 24, 2023
Erik Ten Hag confident Manchester United can 'beat anyone' after taking down Barcelona in Europa League
Manchester United should fear no one in its quest to win four trophies, manager Erik Ten Hag proclaimed after beating Barcelona 2-1 on Thursday to progress to the last 16 of the Europa League 4-3 on aggregate.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Feb 22, 2023
Liverpool rebuild begins now after Real Madrid humiliation
Instead, despite scoring twice inside the first 15 minutes, Liverpool's frailties were brutally exposed by the Spanish titan.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Feb 19, 2023
Former Ghana winger Christian Atsu found dead in Turkey quake rubble
There were initial reports that the former Chelsea and Newcastle player had been rescued a day after the quake, but these turned out to be false.

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The Japanese government updated its English education guidelines in 2017 to emphasize communication over grammar and memorization. Public school teachers are incredibly busy, however, which means schools haven’t been able to implement changes uniformly. Private and alternative schools are attempting to remedy this.
The language of opportunity: Bilingual education is on the rise in Japan