No Charges Sought For Ex-football Coaches

No charges sought for ex-football coaches

NHK has learned that Tokyo police are set to inform prosecutors of their decision not to seek charges against two former coaches of a university American football team over a dangerous tackle.

A defender for Nihon University, Taisuke Miyagawa, said he committed the foul tackle in a game in May of last year on the instructions of the two former coaches. The act injured a quarterback from Kwansei Gakuin University.

No Criminal Charges Against Ex-football Coaches

No criminal charges against ex-football coaches

NHK has learned that Tokyo police are set to inform prosecutors of their decision not to charge two former coaches of a university American football team over a dangerous tackle.

A defender for Nihon University, Taisuke Miyagawa, said he committed the foul tackle in a game in May of last year on the instructions of the two former coaches. The act injured a quarterback from Kwansei Gakuin University.

Nihon Univ. Football Team Member May Have Lied

Nihon Univ. football team member may have lied

NHK has learned that a member of a college football team may have lied in a statement that led to the recognition that former coaches instructed a player to commit a dangerous tackle during a game.

A Nihon University player injured a Kwansei Gakuin University quarterback in a tackle long after the ball was passed during an inter-college game in May.

Police Question Ex-american Football Team Coaches

Police question ex-American football team coaches

Tokyo police have questioned the former coaches of a college American football team in connection with a dangerous tackle by one of its players.

A defender for Nihon University tackled a Kwansei Gakuin University quarterback long after the ball was passed in a game in May. The quarterback suffered injuries that took 3 weeks to heal.

University To Sack Ex-football Team Coaches

University to sack ex-football team coaches

A Japanese university will dismiss its American football team's former head coach and his assistant over a dangerous foul that drew widespread criticism.

Tokyo-based Nihon University made the decision at a meeting of its directors on Monday. The team submitted a report on the issue to the Kantoh Collegiate Football Association earlier this month.

Football 2018 Xperia Theme Available To Download From Sony

Football 2018 Xperia Theme available to download from Sony

If you're not in the spirit for the World Cup so far, then maybe you should check out Sony Mobile's Football 2018 Xperia Theme. As well as featuring custom football icons, the lock screen features a centre circle that animates revealing 32 flags. You can check it out by heading to the Google Play Store.

Nihon Univ. Football Team Recruiting New Coaches

Nihon Univ. football team recruiting new coaches

Nihon University is recruiting new coaches to rebuild its scandal-hit American football team. Former players on the team will not be considered.

The university announced on its website on Tuesday that it will accept applications through June 28th.

Disgraced Football Coach Resigns From School Board

Disgraced football coach resigns from school board

The disgraced former head coach of a college American football team in Tokyo has resigned from the school's board as controversy continues over a malicious foul.

Nihon University's board of directors on Friday approved Masato Uchida's resignation as managing director.

Police Probe Likely Over Foul In College Football

Police probe likely over foul in college football

NHK has learned that police have received a complaint about a serious foul committed during an American football match between 2 Japanese university teams.

During the May 6th game in Tokyo, a Nihon University defender tackled a Kwansei Gakuin University quarterback from behind after the player had thrown a pass. The quarterback suffered injuries that will take 3 weeks to heal.

Football Manager Touch 2018 Launched For The Nintendo Switch

Football Manager Touch 2018 Launched For The Nintendo Switch

The other day it was rumored that SEGA could be getting ready to launch Football Manager on the Nintendo Switch. The good news is that you're a fan of the franchise, you won't have to wait much longer to get your hands on the game because SEGA has since announced the game's availability.

It should be noted that the version launch is Football Manager Touch 2018. According to the listing on Nintendo's website, "Touch has been fully optimized for Nintendo Switch, with a bespoke user interface and a variety of controller options to create a unique Football Manager experience that goes wherever you go, and works your way. Challenge for the title on your commute or dock the Nintendo Switch to watch your tactical vision play out on the big screen, in the comfort of your own home."

Football Manager Could Be Coming Onto The Nintendo Switch

Football Manager Could Be Coming Onto The Nintendo Switch

If you were hoping to see more football games on the Nintendo Switch besides EA's FIFA, you might be interested to hear that according to the latest rumors, SEGA's Football Manager could be making its way onto the console in the future, although exactly which version of the game remains unclear.

Rumors of Football Manager arriving on the Switch broke last month where it was rated for the console in South Korea. Following that rumor, series director Miles Jacobson tweeted a rather cryptic tweet which for those unfamiliar, references a quoted famed footballer Eric Cantona made back in 1995. We're not sure if this is Jacobson's way of confirming the rumors or if it could be nothing at all.