J.League Winning Eleven 3 FAQ


Version 1.0 - Jan.17, 2006
Author: deepbluec2040
From: Malaysia
Email: deepbluec2040 <at> yahoo <dot> com

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Game Information

Name: J.League Winning Eleven 3
Platform: Sony PlayStation, PS2(Playstation Compatible)
Publisher: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo, 1997 
Language: Japanese(Domestic version)
Players: 1-2
Analogue Support: No
Memory Card Requirements: Minimum 1 Block
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Introduction

J.League Winning Eleven 3 is the officially licensed action type 
soccer game based on the second stage of the 1997 J.League season. 
This is also the 3rd J.League game for the Playstation and is pretty 
hard to find these days.
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J.League Team Rosters

Here are the 17 Japanese clubs taking part in 1997 J.League season.

Kashima Antlers

Starting
1.   GK Masaaki Furukawa
4.   DF Ryosuke Okuno
3.   DF Yutaka Akita
7.   DF Naoki Soma
8.   DF Noriyuki Naito
6.   MF Yasuto Honda
2.   MF "Jorginho" Jorge de Amorim Campos - Brazil
10.  MF "Bismarck" Baretto Faria - Brazil
9.   MF Hisashi Kurosaki
8.   FW "Mazinho" Waldemar De Oliveira Filho - Brazil
11.  FW Yoshiyuki Hasegawa
Subs
32.  DF Akira Narahashi
14.  MF Tadatoshi Masuda
19.  MF Yasuo Manaka
13.  FW Atsushi Yanagisawa
21.  Gk Yohei Sato

JEF United Ichihara
Starting
1.   GK Kenichi Shimokawa
29.  DF Arnold Scholten - Netherlands
4.   DF Kazuhiro Suzuki
3.   DF Shinichi Muto
2.   DF Eisuke Nakanishi
6.   MF Peter Bosz - Netherlands
14.  MF Yoshikazu Nonomura
11.  MF Atsuhiko Ejiri
7.   MF Nozomu Hiroyama
10.  FW Nenad Maslovar - Yugoslavia
9.   FW Yoshika Matsubara
Subs
5.   DF Satoshi Yamaguchi
18.  DF Katsushi Kurihara
23.  MF Kohei Inoue
28.  FW Takayuki Sugiyama
21.  GK Atsushi Shirai

Kashiwa Reysol
Starting
1.   GK Yoichi Doi
27.  DF Shigenori Hagimura
4.   DF Takeshi Watanabe
18.  DF Tomohiro Katanosaka
2.   DF Kentaro Sawada
5.   MF Takahiro Shimotaira
14.  MF Shin Tanada
6.   MF "Valdir" Benedito - Brazil
11.  MF Nozomu Kato
9.   FW Paulo Roberto "Jamelli" Júnior - Brazil
10.  FW "Edílson" da Silva Ferreira - Brazil
Subs
8.   DF Yuji Yokoyama
13.  MF Michihisa Date
7.   MF Naoki Sakai
25.  FW Hideaki Kitajima
23.  GK Ryuji Kato 

Urawa Red Diamonds
Starting
16.  GK Yuki Takita
12.  DF Tsutomo Nishino
6.   DF Guido Buchwald - Germany
5.   DF Takafumi Hori
13.  DF Nobuhisa Yamada
19.  MF Alfred Nijhuis - Netherlands
35.  MF Yuichiro Nagai
2.   MF Masaki Tsuchihashi
10.  MF Aitor Beguiristain Múgica - Spain
9.   FW Masahiro Fukuda
7.   FW Masayuki Okano
Subs
29.  DF Akihiro Tabata
22.  MF Shinji Jojo
8.   MF Osamu Hirose
24.  FW Kenji Oshiba
1.   GK Hisashi Tsuchida

Verdy Kawasaki
Starting
1.   GK Shinkichi Kikuchi
4.   DF Kentaro Hayashi
3.   DF "Argel" Argelico Fucks - Brazil
2.   DF Ko Ishikawa
6.   DF Tadashi Nakamura
10.  MF Ruy Ramos
5.   MF Tetsuji Hashiratani
7.   MF Masakiyo Maezono
8.   MF Tsuyoshi Kitazawa
11.  FW Kazuyoshi "Kazu" Miura
9.   FW Keisuke Kurihara
Subs
14.  DF Yuji Hironaga
24.  MF Carlos Alberto Costa "Dias" - Brazil
12.  MF Hideki Nagai
21.  FW "Alcindo" Sartori - Brazil
26.  GK Naoya Oishi

Yokohama Flugels
Starting
1.   GK Seigo Narazaki
4.   DF Naoto Otake
13.  DF Koji Maeda
3.   DF Norihiro Satsukawa
8.   MF Carlos "César Sampaio" Campos - Brazil
5.   MF Motohiro Yamaguchi
6.   MF Atsuhiro Miura
12.  MF Yasuhiro Hato
9.   MF "Valber" Da Silva Costa - Brazil
31.  FW "Fernando" Luiz Rech - Brazil
11.  FW Hiroki Hattori
Subs
14.  DF Shoji Nonoshita
2.   DF Yoshiro Moriyama
19.  MF Takeo Harada
15.  FW Takayuki Yoshida
30.  GK Hiroshi Sato

Yokohama Marinos
Starting
1.   GK Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi
4.   DF Masami Ihara
5.   DF Norio Omura
3.   DF Takehito Suzuki
2.   DF Eiji Gaya
6.   MF Yoshiharu Ueno
11.  MF Fumitake Miura
8.   MF Satoru Noda
10.  MF Julio Cesar Baldivieso - Bolivia
9.   FW Shoji Jo
7.   FW Julio Salinas - Spain
Subs
14.  DF Naoki Matsuda
18.  MF Akihiro Endo
22.  MF Takahiro Yamada
17.  FW Satoru Yasunaga
16.  GK Masahiko Nakagawa

Bellmare Hiratsuka
Starting
1.   GK Nobuyuki Kojima
8.   DF Yoshihiro Natsuka
4.   DF "Claudio" Luiz Assumpcao De Freitas - Brazil
12.  DF Tetsuya Takada
6.   MF Hiroaki Kumon
37.  MF Hong Myung-Bo - South Korea
3.   MF Kazuaki Tasaka
14.  MF Yasuharu Sorimachi
7.   MF Hidetoshi Nakata
25.  FW Ryo Sakai
10.  FW Wagner Lopes
Subs
36.  DF Satoshi Tsunami
17.  MF Tomoaki Matsukawa
13.  MF Teruo Iwamoto
19.  FW Daisuke Tonoike
16.  GK Makoto Kakegawa

Shimizu S-Pulse
Starting
1.   GK Masanori Sanada
4.   DF Takumi Horiike
2.   DF Toshihide Saito
11.  DF Ryuzo Morioka
3.   MF Masahiro Ando
6.   MF Katsumi Oenoki
5.   MF Carlos Alberto Souza Dos "Santos" - Brazil
10.  MF Masaaki Sawanobori
7.   MF Teruyoshi Ito
8.   MF Fernando Nicolas "Oliva" - Brazil
9.   FW Kenta Hasegawa
Subs
14.  DF Kazuyuki Toda
19.  DF Junji Nishizawa
23.  MF "Alex" Dos Santos - Brazil 
18.  FW Daizo Okitsu
16.  GK Koji Nakahara

Jubilo Iwata
Starting
12.  GK Tomoaki Ogami
4.   DF "Adilson" Dias Batista - Brazil
23.  DF Takashi Fukunishi
2.   DF Hideto Suzuki
6.   MF Toshihiro Hattori
8.   MF "Dunga" Carlos Caetono Bledorn Verri - Brazil
29.  MF Daisuke Oku
10.  MF Toshiya Fujita
7.   MF Hiroshi Nanami
9.   FW Masashi "Gon" Nakayama
31.  FW "Alessandro" Andrade de Oliveira - Brazil
Subs
26.  DF Toshinobu Katsuya
14.  DF Takahiro Yamanishi
20.  MF Kiyokazu Kudo
24.  FW Koji Sakamoto
1.   GK Yushi Ozaki

Nagoya Grampus Eight
Starting
1.   GK Yuji Ito
3.   DF Go Oiwa
5.   DF Carlos Alexandre "Torres" - Brazil
2.   DF Seiichi Ogawa
4.   DF Kazuhisa Iijima
8.   MF Tetsuya Asano
34.  MF "Valdo" Cândido de Oliveira Filho - Brazil
17.  MF Takashi Hirano
21.  MF Tetsuya Okayama
15.  FW Yasuyuki Moriyama
10.  FW Dragan Stojkovic - Yugoslavia
Subs
6.   DF Takayuki Nishigaya
14.  DF Masahiro Koga
9.   MF Shigeyoshi Mochizuki
18.  FW Kenji Fukuda
23.  GK Seiji Honda

Kyoto Purple Sanga
Starting
1.   GK Shinichi Morishita
4.   DF Luiz "Carlos" Guarnieri - Brazil
18.  DF Yasunari Hiraoka
13.  DF Hiroshi Noguchi
2.   DF Yoshihiro Nishida
6.   MF Yuji Okuma
14.  MF Rikizo Matsuhashi
15.  MF Takayuki Yamaguchi
20.  MF "Daniel" Conceicao Silva - Brazil
32.  FW Nobuhiro Takeda
11.  FW Shinji Fujiyoshi
Subs
33.  DF Masaki Ogawa
17.  MF Shokichi Sato
16.  MF Masaya Honda
19.  FW Takashi Nagata
12.  GK Minoru Kubishiki

Gamba Osaka
Starting
1.   GK Hayoto Okanaka
5.   DF Boban Babunski - FYR Macedonia
4.   DF Noritada Saneyoshi
7.   DF Naoki Hiraoka
3.   DF Daisuke Saito
20.  MF Tsuneyasu Miyamoto
6.   MF Hitoshi Morishita
10.  MF Nebosja Krupnikovic - Yugoslavia
14.  MF Shigeru Morioka
9.   FW Patrick Mboma - Cameroon
11.  FW Masanobu Matsunami
Subs
16.  DF Daiju Matsumoto
17.  MF Takayuki Kiyama 
15.  MF Masao Kiba
13.  FW Hiromi Kojima
23.  GK Ryota Tsuzuki

Cerezo Osaka
Starting
1.   GK Jiro Takeda
20.  DF Yoshinari Hyakutake
18.  DF Satoshi Kajino
6.   DF Katsuo Kanda
2.   DF Masanori Kizawa
5.   MF Kazunari Koga
7.   MF Makoto Yonekura
11.  MF Ko Jeong-Woon - South Korea
8.   MF Hiroaki Morishima
9.   FW Akinori Nishizawa
27.  FW "Claudio" Batista Dos Santos - Brazil
Subs
17.  DF Shigeki Kurata
15.  MF Katsuhiro Minamoto
28.  MF "Alex" Lopes Do Nascimento - Brazil
12.  FW Takayuki Yokoyama
23.  GK Seigo Shimokawa

Vissel Kobe
Starting
1.   GK Ryuji Ishizue
42.  DF Budimir Vujacic - Yugoslavia
2.   DF Ippei Watanabe
26.  DF Tomohiro Yoshimura
15.  DF Masakazu Koda
23.  MF Jun Naito
30.  MF Koji Yoshimura
11.  FW Takuya Jinno
41.  MF Matthew Bingley - Australia
27.  FW Tomoji Eguchi
13.  FW Akihiro Nagashima
Subs
39.  DF Naoki Naito
18.  DF Keiji Kaimoto
6.   MF Shigetetsu Egawa
37.  FW Michael Yano
16.  GK Masamitsu Kanemoto

Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Starting
1.   GK Kazuya Maekawa
2.   DF Tony Popovic - Australia
6.   DF Mitsuaki Kojima
5.   DF Tetsuya Ito
4.   MF Hiroyoshi Kuwabara
7.   MF Hajime Moriyasu
17.  MF Ryuji Michiki
3.   MF Hiroshige Yanagimoto
9.   MF Graham Arnold - Australia
18.  FW Takuya Takagi
14.  FW Noh Jung-Yoon - South Korea
Subs
19.  DF Kenichi Uemura
24.  MF Kota Hattori
8.   MF Yasuhiro Yoshida
10.  FW Tatsuhiko Kubo
16.  GK Takashi Shimoda

Avispa Fukuoka
Starting
1.   GK Hideki Tsukamoto
3.   DF Sergio Fabian Vazquez - Argentina
2.   DF Hideaki Mori
14.  DF Yoshinori Furube
7.   MF Osamu Umeyama
23.  MF Yoshiyuki Shinoda
27.  MF Daisuke Nakaharai
8.   MF Kiyotaka Ishimaru
35.  MF Pablo José Maqueda - Spain
34.  FW Michael Obiku - Nigeria
9.   FW Yoshiteru Yamashita
Subs
25.  DF Masaharu Nishi
24.  MF Tatsunori Hisanaga
11.  MF Atsushi Nagai
20.  FW Yusaku Ueno
16.  GK Tomoaki Sano
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Screens & Menus

As with previous Winning Eleven titles you get the standard mode 
selection screen. WEJ3 is primitive yet simple. Press Circle to accept 
and X to cancel. *I would only cover things that are absolutely 
essential. The rest are no brainers.

Mode Selection:-

Exhibition - Play a single match between 2 sides/teams. 
J.League - Take your favourite team through either a 32-match full
           season or 16-match half season.
Cup Mode - Choose between the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup, Konami Cup or 
           several fictional "regional cups".
All Star Match - A special match between the top voted players from 
                 clubs making up the East and West sides.
P.K. - Play a single penalty kick match between 2 sides/teams.
Training - Practice open and set play.
Options - Loading/Saving using the memory card utility. 

Player Stats:-

Stamina - In this game at least it is the strength of the player to 
          hold off challenge from an opponent. 
Speed -  The speed and pace that the player has when running with 
         the ball.
Kick -  The player's shot power and accuracy.
Pass - The passing accuracy of the player including cross and lobs.
Curve - The amount of ballspin the player can add when he kicks the 
        ball.
Jump - The ability of the player to rise into the air to head 
       the ball.
Foot - Indicates whether a player is left or right footed. Has anyone 
       noticed a player who is natural two footed ? 

League Table:-

Points - 3 pts for a win in regulation time, 2 pts for a win in 
        extra time, 1 pts for a win in the penalty shoot-out.

Games Won - Indicates how many games your team had won overall.

90 Win - # of games won in regulation time.

ET Win - # of games won in extra time (sudden death).

PK Win - # of games won in a penalty shoot-out.

Loss - # of games which your team lost.

F - # of goals your team had scored.

A - # of goals your team had concedded.

Y - # of yellow cards your team had collected.

R - # of red cards your team had collected. 
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Playing the Game

Basic Moves

Attack(With Ball)

"D-Pad" - Controls the direction of movement of the player you control
"R1" - Speed burst, Sprint(Hold Down)
"Square" - Shot at goal. The power bar indicates how hard and high the 
           shot will go.
"Circle" - Plays a long ball forward. Crosses the ball if played from 
           the side of the penalty area. To reduce the high of the 
           cross just tap the button twice for a medium level
           and 3 times for a grounder.
"X" - The short pass
"Triangle" - Through pass. This one is extremely useful when trying to 
             unleash a player for a run towards goal.

Defensive(Without Ball)

"D-Pad" - Controls the direction of movement of the player 
          you control.
"R1" - Speed burst, Sprint(Hold Down)
"X" - Make your player/marker press an opponent to win the ball.
"Circle" - Make your player perform a sliding tackle to win the ball. 
           Make sure you do not tackle a player from behind or it is 
           a definite red card.
"L1" - Switch control to another player(Useful esp when manual cursor 
       change is selected)
"Triangle" - Order your goalie to attempt a rush out of his net to 
             closedown an advancing forward. Useful when the opponent 
             has broken through your offside trap for a one on one 
             with the keeper. Be aware that skilled strikers might 
             try to lob the ball past your goalkeeper.

Defensive Clearence

"Circle" - If the ball is within your own penalty area then your 
           player will kick the ball out towards the midfield in an 
           attempt to clear it. Note that if the ball is a floater 
           the player will hit it first time.

Headers

"X" - Pressing the button will result in the player attempting to 
      head the ball to a teammate.
"Square" - The player will perform a powerful header towards goal. 

Throw-ins

"D-Pad" - Select the direction of throw in the horizontal axis
"X" - Perform a short throw towards the nearest player
"Circle" - Perform a long throw towards a teammate

Cornerkick

"D-Pad" - Horizontal adjustments to deliver the ball nearer or 
          further from the goalmouth.
"X" - A short("quick") corner delivered to the nearest player. 
"Circle" - Deliver a high ball into the penalty area.
"Square" - Fire a shot into the penalty area.

Freekick

"D-Pad" - Horizontal adjustments to aim the direction of the freekick. 
          Watch for the curve value of the player to see how much of 
          an angle you can add towards the side of goalmouth.
"Square" - Take a shot at goal. Be mindful of the distance you are 
           taking the kick from. A split second press of the "square" 
           is sufficient to score at close range. Even slightly too
           much will result in your kick either clipping the woodwork 
           or sailing over.
"Circle" - Deliver a long ball.
"X" - A short pass to the nearest teammate.

Advanced Moves

"L1" + "X" - Performs a 1-2 or return pass between 2 players. It is 
             rather hard to implement due to interception.

"L1" + "Square" - Lobs the ball past the keeper in an attempt to 
                  score. Useful if the opposing keeper rushes out in 
                  an attempt to smoother the ball away from you. Just 
                  keep an eye on the radar for such opportunities.

Other

"L2/R2" - Set the offensive/defensive bias.
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Formation & Strategy

Using the right strategy is essential if you want to have any 
meaningful games at level 4 or higher. While it might still be 
possible to get a respectable result at this level you will need to 
have an exceptional level of experience, control, vision and luck. It 
may also be tiring to maintain such concentration. Playing some of 
the stronger teams without a proper strategy will result in your team 
getting slaughtered. Don't forget that the opposing team will also be 
using their own strategies against you.

Let's begin with the defence type. The game comes with 2 type of 
defence setups. You can alter the shape of the defence by pressing the 
"Triangle" button in the formation setup screen.

Line/Flat - This defensive shape has the defenders moving in tandem 
            maintaining a formation that is relatively straight across 
            the field.

Sweeper - The sweeper is a defender who plays between and behind the 
          stoppers and fullbacks cleaning up any loose balls that got 
          past. A sweeper must have a high state of awareness and 
          game reading skills. 

Now to take a look at the various formations available. Personally i do 
not bother to tinker the formations of the teams so that i can play 
them more realistically although this is your own game and you can do 
whatever you want. Press the "L1/R1" buttons in the formation setup 
screen to switch formations.

4-4-2A

This formation normally uses 2 wingbacks, 2 stoppers, 2 defensive 
midfielders, 2 offensive midfielders and 2 strikers.

Attacks are generated through the wings or through long and short 
passes. It is slightly harder to control the midfield with this 
formation but it is a good compromise between attack and 
defence. A common formation used by many teams.

4-4-2B

2 wingbacks, 2 stoppers, 1 defensive midfielder, 1 central 
midfielder, 2 offensive midfielders and 2 strikers.

Similar to type A above but more offensive allowing the offensive 
midfielders more options.

4-4-2C

2 wingbacks, 2 stoppers, 1 defensive midfielder, 2 central 
midfielders, 1 offensive midfielder and 2 strikers.

Another variation of type B this one starts the ball movement 
deeper in your half but slightly less powerful in the attack. 
The single attacking midfielder can actually augment the strikers
as well as provide for them.

4-4-2D

2 wingbacks, 2 stoppers, 2 defensive midfielders, 1 central 
midfielder, 1 offensive midfielder and 2 strikers.

This is largely a defensive type formation which guards well 
against both wing and central attacks but limits the offense of 
your own team. Try playing to the counterattack.

4-3-3A

2 wingbacks, 2 stoppers, 1 central midfielder, 2 offensive 
midfielder and 3 strikers.

This highly offensive oriented formation packs the front and rear 
tightly but has a thin midfield. While controlling the midfield 
might be difficult you have a strong defense and plenty of 
"goal-target" when you have the chance to attack.

4-3-3B

2 wingbacks, 2 stoppers, 2 central midfielder, 1 offensive 
midfielder and 3 strikers.

Similar but with a deeper midfield to support you powerful 
attack force. Provides you with more midfield presence giving 
balance to a thin mid section.

3-4-3A

3 defenders, 2 defensive midfielders, 2 offensive midfielder
and 3 strikers.

This formation gives good protection against central attacks 
while generating good wing attacks. Though your central attacks 
might be limited.

3-4-3B

2 stoppers, 1 libero, 1 central midfielder, 2 offensive 
midfielders and 3 strikers.

This formation is best used when you face teams with poor 
offensive capablities. The large concentration of attackers will 
overwhelm any defence but will also leave you very vulnerable
to counterattacks.

3-4-3C

2 stoppers, 1 libero, 2 central midfielders, 1 offensive 
midfielder and 3 strikers.

A more conservative approach to guard against the attacks yet 
having a good chance of scoring when space is created.

3-4-3D

3 defenders, 2 defensive midfielders, 1 central midfielder, 1 
offensive midfielder and 3 strikers.

The opposite of type B this formation is defensive minded and 
requires a skilled playmaker to generate offense.

3-5-2A

3 defenders, 2 defensive midfielders, 3 offensive midfielders 
and 2 strikers. 

By far my most preferred formation this offer a significant 
advantage in both attack and defence all in one package. A 
powerful midfield supported by defensive midfielders who can also
support the attack as much as defend. You could use either a 
sweeper of flat defence type for this formatiom.

3-5-2B

3 defenders, 1 defensive midfielder, 2 central midfielders, 
2 offensive midfielders and 2 strikers.

Hmm..this formation seemed to put less emphasis on the central 
attack relying more on penetration of the wings. A more attack 
oriented formation than 3-5-2A but weaker in defense.

3-5-2C

3 defenders, 1 defensive midfielder, 3 central midfielders, 
1 offensive midfielder and 2 strikers.

This formation seem to congest the central midfield area and 
is quite effective against teams playing 4-4-2 style formations. 

4-5-1A

4 defenders, 2 defensive midfielders, 2 central midfielders, 
1 offensive midfielder, 1 striker.

This shape plays a solid back line and midfield but looks 
thin in the finishing department. The striker must either be 
tall or fast and must be able to hold the ball well so that his 
teammates can come forward to join the attack. The midfielders 
are like to get many goals using this formation.

4-5-1B

4 defenders, 1 defensive midfielder, 2 central midfielders, 
2 offensive midfielders and 1 striker. 

This is the christmas tree style formation with a 3 man attack 
triangle. I never actually used this formation much so i don't 
know its pros and cons.

4-5-1C

4 defenders, 2 defensive midfielders, 1 central midfielder, 2 
offensive midfielders and 1 striker.

This rather naive looking formation provides a strong defence 
with a powerful sting on the counterattack. If you play a 
opponent using this formation you must try to provide long balls
to your speedy strikers to get past this stonewall defence.

3-6-1A

3 defenders, 2 defensive midfielders, 3 central midfielders, 
1 offensive midfielder and 1 striker.

A formation offering good defence and control of midfield. 
The attacking midfielder is really a second striker that 
supports the primary marksman. A bit hard to use but still 
can provide you with a few goals.

3-6-1B

3 defenders, 1 defensive midfielder, 3 central midfielders, 
2 offensive midfielders and 1 striker.

This formation is obviously an all out attack formation with 
the striker also acting as a ball holder for his goal scoring 
midfielders. A bit vulnerable at the back but good at
keeping the opponent pinned down at their own area.

That concludes the formation briefs. 

Now i will try discuss the preset strategies that come with the game.
There are set using the "L2/R2" buttons at the formation setup 
screen.

Normal - It is normal football strategy with everything taking 
         equal measure.

Centre Attack - Concentrate your attacks on the opponents area right 
                to the of their penalty area.

Centerback Overlap - Order your defender to join in the attack not 
                     just to take a shot but possibly an effort on 
                     goal. During this event one of your 
                     midfielders will cover his run.

Zone Press - This will order your players pressure an opponent in 
             their assigned area closing 
             down space and cutting passing lanes. This is opposed 
             to man-man marking where the marker will just stick 
             to his assigned man.

Counterattack - This strategy will make your team quickly take an 
                offensive posture when they have won the ball 
                sprinting forward looking for space. If your opponent 
                goes for one of the more attacking style of play then 
                this is your ideal strategy.

Offside Trap - Although a high risk tactic in the real world this 
               will make your defenders push forward when they see 
               an opponent using a through pass or long ball. It 
               requires a high state of alertness to make it work. 
               When your opponent has been caught offside the referee 
               will blow his whistle and award you the freekick.
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Bonus Team

Unlock a hidden bonus team(Supremo?!) for exhibition mode. At the mode
selection screen highlight the "Exhibition" option and press up(x2), 
down(x2), left, right, left, right, X and Circle.
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Credits

- Official/Unofficial JFA and J.League clubs sites
- KCET for making this game.
- The sites hosting my faqs.
- All people who had taken time to read this faq. I hope they find it
  useful.
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Sayonara..and see you in my next FAQ.