posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 03:52 PM
After the recent earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent nuclear worries at the Fukushima power plant, the Japanese professional football league (
J-League ) returns to comparative normality on Saturday.
The league has been suspended for one and a half months, due to the tragedy that unfolded from the 11th March onwards. Yet, even the side from Sendai
- the city that the earthquake was closest to - are rearing to go again, and scheduled to play their next home game in 6 days time.
An interesting blog from the Guardian
on the subject:
It's great to see that the Jogo Bonito
can always trump adversity, and offer an outlet for everybody, at any time.