Voices in Japan

Inside a Japanese Professional Football Club Part 1

August 08, 2019 Episode 28
Voices in Japan
Inside a Japanese Professional Football Club Part 1
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Voices in Japan
Inside a Japanese Professional Football Club Part 1
Aug 08, 2019 Episode 28
Voices in Japan
Harry is an interpreter for the J1 league football club Consadole in Sapporo, Japan. He gives us his insights on what life is like being part of a Japanese professional football team.
Show Notes

Harry is an interpreter for the J1 league football club Consadole Sapporo in Hokkaido. He gives us his insights on what life is like being part of a Japanese professional football team. 

Among the many things that we discuss, Harry shares with us the differences of football in the Japanese league compared to European leagues, how he got his job, the daily routines of the players, how the Japanese media treats the players, and much much more. Enjoy the show!

You may hear a bit of background music from the bands playing next door at the studio, so please accept our apologies if you find it distracting. We still need to find a better recording venue. Sorry!

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