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U•ra•wa

(ʊˈrɑ wə)

n.
a city on E Honshu, in Japan. 418,000.
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They visit Skiljebo SK in round 24 match on October 6.The two players will thereafter join the national team Harambee Stars ahead of back-to-back Africa Cup of Nations Group "F" 2019 qualifiers against Ethiopia slated for October 10 and 13.Elsewhere in Japan, striker Michael Olunga scored in Kashiwa Reysol's 3-2 loss to Urawa Reds on Sunday.
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A brace by Brazilian Mauricio saw Asian Champions League winners Urawa Red Diamonds salvage some pride by beating Morocco's Wydad Casablanca 3-2 in the fifth-place match at the Fifa Club World Cup at the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium yesterday.
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(Al-Jazira) DUBAI: UAE champions Al-Jazira have a chance tomorrow to gain some Middle East revenge over Urawa Reds of Japan and set up a dream FIFA Club World Cup semi-final against Real Madrid.
Saitama: Urawa Red Diamonds' Brazilian forward Rafael Silva on Saturday scored a late winner against Saudi Al-Hilal, leading the Japanese side to clinch the AFC Champions League title for the second time.
Tokyo: Gamba Osaka won their second J-League title on Saturday as Urawa Reds imploded once again in a fitting finale to a topsy-turvy Japanese season.
Arsenal enter this game after a 2-1 victory over J-League Division 1 side Urawa Red Diamonds.
TEAM URAWA RED DIAMONDS ARSENAL 1 2 TEENAGE striker Chuba Akpom came off the bench to score the winner as Arsenal completed an unbeaten tour of Asia with a 2-1 win against Japanese side Urawa Red Diamonds.