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A mass of blue is expected to flood Kallang on Oct 14, when Japan play Brazil in a glamour international friendly at the National Stadium.
Kazuki Sasahara and his family — four, or maybe even all five of them — will be part of the famous Blue Samurai following, which will occupy a section of the 55,000-seater stadium at the Singapore Sports Hub.
He will, however, be the among the very few who will raise a cheer whether Dunga’s Brazil or Javier Aguirre’s Japan finds the back of the net.
Though a true-blue Japan fan, Kazuki makes no secret of his love for the Selecao, having lived in the Gunma prefecture in Japan for a number of years; an area where a large Brazilian community also resides.
Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 2.
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