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ⓘ Kenzo Ohashi. Ohashi was born in Hiroshima Prefecture on April 21, 1934. After graduating from Waseda University, he played for Yuasa Batteries and his local cl ..




                                     

ⓘ Kenzo Ohashi

Ohashi was born in Hiroshima Prefecture on April 21, 1934. After graduating from Waseda University, he played for Yuasa Batteries and his local club Toyo Industries. In 1965, Toyo Industries joined new league Japan Soccer League. He retired in 1967. He played 3 games and the club also won the championship for 3 years in a row 1965-1967 in the league.

In May 1958, Ohashi was selected the Japan national team for 1958 Asian Games. At this competition, on May 26, he debuted against Philippines.

After retirement, in 1971, Ohashi became a manager for Toyo Industries as Yukio Shimomura successor. He managed the club until 1975.

Ohashi died on December 21, 2015 at the age of 80.

                                     
  • After retirement, Matsumoto became a manager for Toyo Industries as Kenzo Ohashi successor in 1976. He also named a manager for Japan U - 20 national team
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  • 12 2 Gyoji Matsumoto 1958, 1 0 Yoshinori Shigematsu 1958, 1 0 Kenzo Ohashi 1958, 1 0 Waichiro Omura 1956 - 1958, 5 0 Isao Iwabuchi 1955 - 1958
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