Urawa player leaves club after eating out

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Urawa Red Diamonds midfielder Yosuke Kashiwagi has voluntarily left the J-League 1 club after being caught eating out during the team’s pre-season training camp.

The 33-year-old former Japan national player admitted to violating the strict Covid-19 rules when he sneaked out of camp with teammate Kenyu Sugimoto.

Kashiwagi and Sugimoto were reported to have a meal at a restaurant in town, in clear breach of the lockdown rules imposed on the team during their training camp.

Both players were fined but the 26-year-old Sugimoto, who is a Japan national player, was allowed to return to training with a strict caution. The Urawa team management came down hard on Kashiwagi as this was not the first time that he had faced disciplinary action.

The player, who was part of the Reds team which won the 2017 Asian Champions League, was instructed to leave the training camp immediately. And Urawa later confirmed that Kashiwagi had voluntarily chosen to leave the club he has supported since his school days.

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“As an experienced player, we expected Kashiwagi to set a good example to the younger players. Maintaining discipline and following the rules is a top priority within the squad, and after discussions with the player, he has willingly chosen to leave the club,” said the club’s general manager Jun Togari.

Kashiwagi, who has played 288 times and scored 41 goals for the Reds in his 10 seasons with them, expressed remorse over his action.

“I deeply regret my action of leaving camp without permission, which affected the team’s preparations for the new season. I am sorry for causing this problem,” said Kashiwagi.


(Photo: Urawa Red Diamonds Facebook page)

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