Koichi Hashiratani

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Koichi Hashiratani
Personal information
Full name Koichi Hashiratani
Date of birth (1961-03-01) 1 March 1961 (age 56)
Place of birth Kyoto, Japan
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Forward
Youth career
1979–1982 Kokushikan University
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1983–1992 Nissan Motors 140 (52)
1992–1994 Urawa Reds 25 (2)
1994–1996 Kashiwa Reysol 72 (7)
Total 237 (61)
National team
1979 Japan U-20 2 (0)
1981–1986 Japan 29 (3)
Teams managed
2001–2003 Montedio Yamagata
2004–2006 Kyoto Purple Sanga
2007–2008 Tochigi SC
2013–2016 Giravanz Kitakyushu
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Koichi Hashiratani (柱谷 幸一, Hashiratani Koichi, born 1 March 1961) is a former Japanese footballer. He played for Japan national team. His younger brother Tetsuji Hashiratani is also a former Japanese footballer.

Biography[edit]

Hashiratani was selected as one of 1979 FIFA World Youth Championship squads for Japan when he was playing for Kokushikan University SC, then started his senior career with Nissan Motors since 1983 and played with Nissan for 9 seasons until transferred to Urawa Red Diamonds in 1992, right before J1 League's inauguration. He experienced another transfer to Kashiwa Reysol, then playing in Japan Football League in June 1994. Kashiwa was promoted to J. League as of the end of 1994 season, and he also made his return to the top flight. After 2 1/2 seasons playing with Kashiwa, he retired as a player.

After obtaining J. League's S-grade coach license in 1999, he started his coaching career with Montedio Yamagata, where he managed for 3 years from 2001 season to 2003 season. After 6 months of absence, he was named as a manager of Kyoto Purple Sanga in June 2004 when Kyoto was playing in the 2nd division, then contributed to Kyoto's promotion back to the top flight after the 2005 season. However, due to the poor performances and turnouts of the club, he was dismissed on 3 October about 2 months before the end of 2006 season.

He was named as a manager of Tochigi SC playing in Japan Football League in 2007. After two seasons, he made Tochigi eligible to be promoted to J2 League as the club finished 2nd in 2008 season, but was dismissed because he was unable to reach the consent with top managements about his pay, as well as recruiting of new players.

He was named as a General Manager of Urawa in December 2009, but was dismissed due to Urawa's poor performance in 2011 season.

After spending 1 season as a commentator in 2012, he was named as a manager of Giravanz Kitakyushu, which only has a J2 License issued and unable to promote to Division 1 until 2017, when proposed new stadium will be completed.

Club statistics[edit]

Club performance League Cup League Cup Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Japan League Emperor's Cup J.League Cup Total
1983 Nissan Motors JSL Division 1 18 7 18 7
1984 17 8 17 8
1985/86 22 8 22 8
1986/87 22 11 22 11
1987/88 13 3 13 3
1988/89 22 9 22 9
1989/90 11 2 4 1 15 3
1990/91 5 0 4 2 9 2
1991/92 10 4 2 0 12 4
1992 Urawa Reds J1 League - 4 4 8 6 12 10
1993 18 2 1 0 3 0 22 2
1994 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 0
1994 Kashiwa Reysol Football League 16 1 0 0 1 0 17 1
1995 J1 League 31 4 2 1 - 33 5
1996 25 2 1 0 13 1 39 3
Country Japan 237 61 8 5 35 10 280 76
Total 237 61 8 5 35 10 280 76

National team statistics[edit]

Japan national team
Year Apps Goals
1981 9 0
1982 3 0
1983 1 0
1984 5 1
1985 9 2
1986 2 0
Total 29 3

Managerial statistics[edit]

Update; December 31, 2015[1]

Team From To Record
G W D L Win %
Montedio Yamagata 2001 2003 132 48 33 51 36.36
Kyoto Purple Sanga 2004 2006 96 48 18 30 50.00
Giravanz Kitakyushu 2013 Present 126 49 26 51 38.89
Total 354 145 77 132 40.96

References[edit]

  1. ^ J.League Data Site(in Japanese)

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