Kiyokawa to take over at Roasso

Kiyokawa to take over at Roasso

Roasso Kumamoto on Monday unveiled Hiroyuki Kiyokawa as the club’s new manager.

The 48-year-old has served as the club’s head coach since 2010 after previously spending over a decade with Kashiwa Reysol’s youth academy.

Kiyokawa takes over the role from Takeshi Ono, who resigned following the 2015 MEIJI YASUDA J2 League season.

The Hokkaido native will aim to improve upon Roasso’s mid-table finish this season.

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