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Shunsuke Nakamura to join Yokohama FC as coach
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Shunsuke Nakamura to join Yokohama FC as coach

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Shunsuke Nakamura attends his retirement news conference in Yokohama on Nov. 10. KYODO

Newly promoted J. League first-division side Yokohama FC will appoint retired player Shunsuke Nakamura as a coach, the club said Friday.

The 44-year-old former Japan midfielder hung up his boots at the end of the J. League second-division season last month after Yokohama FC secured promotion back to the top flight with a second-place finish in the J2.

Nakamura will work with Yokohama FCs first team under manager Shuhei Yomoda, who steered the club to promotion in his first season at the helm.

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