Takashi Sekizuka

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Takashi Sekizuka
Personal information
Full name Takashi Sekizuka
Date of birth (1960-10-26) October 26, 1960 (age 60)
Place of birth Funabashi, Chiba, Japan
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9+12 in)
Playing position Forward
Youth career
1976–1978 Yachiyo High School
1980–1983 Waseda University
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1984–1991 Honda 112 (36)
Total 112 (36)
Teams managed
1998 Kashima Antlers (caretaker)
1999 Kashima Antlers (caretaker)
2004–2008 Kawasaki Frontale
2009 Kawasaki Frontale
2010–2012 Japan U-23
2013 Júbilo Iwata
2014–2016 JEF United Chiba
Honours
Honda
Runner-up JSL Cup 1991
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Takashi Sekizuka (関塚 隆, Sekizuka Takashi, born October 26, 1960) is a former Japanese football player and manager.

Biography[change | change source]

Sekizuka was born in Funabashi on October 26, 1960. After graduating from Waseda University, he joined Japan Soccer League club Honda in 1984. In the 1984 season, he was selected "Rookie of the Year award" and Best Eleven. He played 112 games and scored 36 goals in Japan Soccer League. He retired end of the 1990/91 season.

After the retirement, Sekizuka became an assistant coach for Kashima Antlers under manager Masakatsu Miyamoto in 1993. In 1995, he moved to Shimizu S-Pulse with Miyamoto. In 1996, he returned Kashima and coached until 2003. In July 1998 and August 1999, he also managed the club as caretaker manager. In 2004, he moved to J2 League club Kawasaki Frontale and became a manager. In first season, he led the club to the champions and the club was promoted J1 League. In April 2008, he resigned for health reasons. In 2009, he returned the club as manager, but he resigned end of the 2009 season. In September 2010, he became a manager for Japan U-23 national team for 2012 Summer Olympics and an assistant coach for Japan national team. At 2012 Summer Olympics, he led Japan to the 4th place. From 2013, he managed Júbilo Iwata (2013) and JEF United Chiba (2014-2016).

Statistics[change | change source]

Club statistics League
SeasonClubLeague AppsGoals
JapanLeague
1984 Honda JSL Division 1 18 11
1985/86 22 10
1986/87 12 0
1987/88 6 0
1988/89 18 4
1989/90 21 8
1990/91 15 1
Country Japan 112 34
Total 112 34

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