Toshimitsu Yoshida

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Toshimitsu Yoshida (吉田寿光 Yoshida Toshimitsu?, born 29 August 1963)[1] is a Japanese football referee currently officiating in the J. League. Yoshida was suspended at international level by the Asian Football Confederation for a controversial decision made during a 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification match between Bahrain and Uzbekistan in which Uzbekistan should have retaken a penalty for encroachment but instead awarded a free-kick to Bahrain.[2]

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