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Kawasaki Frontale win back-to-back J.League titles after Sanfrecce Hiroshima collapse

Kawasaki Frontale clinched a second successive J.League title despite defeat to Cerezo Osaka.

Kawasaki Frontale retained the J.League title despite losing 2-1 to Cerezo Osaka on Saturday, the visitors clinching a second top-flight championship when nearest rivals Sanfrecce Hiroshima completed a stunning collapse with another defeat.

Osaka striker Kazuya Yamamura scored the winner in the fourth minute of injury time, but with Hiroshima falling to a 1-0 home defeat to Vegalta Sendai, Toru Oniki's team secured the title with two games to spare.

After Saturday's fixtures, Kawasaki hold an unassailable...

Vissel Kobe player suspended over Andres Iniesta injury leak

Andres Iniesta opens up about life in Japan, how Barcelona will fare in 2018/19 and his hopes of returning to La Masia in the future.

A Vissel Kobe teammate of Andres Iniesta has been suspended for a month after leaking news to a friend of his absence ahead of a J-League game.

The club said Shunki Takahashi had told a friend via instant messaging that Iniesta, who joined in May, would not appear against Urawa Reds on Sept. 23 due to injury.

The friend posted the information on Twitter and, although the post was quickly deleted, local media outlets and fans had been alerted.

An investigation confirmed that the league's confidentiality...

Barcelona icon Andres Iniesta to star in documentary about move to Japan

Andres Iniesta opens up about life in Japan, how Barcelona will fare in 2018/19 and his hopes of returning to La Masia in the future.

Andres Iniesta is soon to be the star of his very own fly-on-the-wall television series covering his transfer to Vissel Kobe and the start of his new life in Japan.

"Iniesta TV" will follow the Barcelona legend as he gets to grips with the next phase of his career, offering an intimate insight into the 34-year-old's thoughts and feelings as he acquaints himself with a new culture and gets his J-League career underway.

According to Rakuten, who produce the exclusive series, fans tuning into episode...