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Shotaro Hattori

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Shotaro Hattori
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Personal information
Full name Shotaro Hattori
Date of birth (1990-11-15) November 15, 1990 (age 30)
Place of birth Kanagawa, Japan
Height 1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
Playing position Winger
Club information
Current team
Ibri club
Number 9
Youth career
2007-2009 Garforth Town A.F.C.
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2010 Sriracha F.C.
2010-2011 Boston River
2012 Khon Kaen F.C.
2013 Nakhon Pathom United F.C.
2014 DRB-Hicom F.C.
2014 Nongbua Pitchaya F.C.
2015 FK Auda 17 (15)
2016-2017 MŠK Rimavská Sobota 16 (2)
2017- Ibri Club
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

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Shotaro Hattori (服部昇太朗, Shotaro Hattori, born November 15, 1990) is a Japanese professional footballer.

Playing career[edit]

He signed his first professional contract in Thailand and started his career at the age of 19. Since then, he played for several clubs worldwide, across 3 continents in 7 countries during his career. (England, Thailand, Uruguay, Malaysia, Latvia, Slovakia and Sultanate of Oman). He became the very first Japanese in history to play in the Sultanate of Oman. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]

See Also[edit]

List of Slovak football transfers winter 2015–16


  1. "findglocal.com".
  2. "kooora".
  3. "Shotaro Hattori - Football Player |".
  4. "mynovohrad.sme.sk".
  5. "flashscore".

External links[edit]

Category:1990 births Category:Living people Category:Japanese footballers Category:Japanese expatriate footballers Category:Expatriate footballers in England Category:Expatriate footballers in Thailand Category:Expatriate footballers in Uruguay Category:Expatriate footballers in Malaysia Category:Expatriate footballers in Latvia Category:Expatriate footballers in Slovakia Category:Expatriate footballers in Oman Category:Association football midfielders Category:2. Liga (Slovakia) players Category:Garforth Town A.F.C. Category:Thawiwatthana F.C. players Category:Boston River players Category:Khon Kaen F.C. players Category:Nakhon Pathom United F.C. players Category:DRB-Hicom F.C. players Category:Nongbua Pitchaya F.C. players Category:FK Auda players Category:MŠK Rimavská Sobota players

He has played at club listed under WP:FPL.

Boston River in Uruguay belonged to Uruguayan Segunda División which is a fully professional league club under WP:FPL.

This source below proves that the player played for Boston River and under fully professional league of Wikipedia guidelines.


It has been rejected for the reason of transfermarkt not considered as reliable source. However, there are numbers of footballers, managers and clubs using the same site as the reliable source. For example,

Sandi Lovrić



transfermarkt is the most trusted and respected website worldwide(at most in Europe and Asia) regarding football transfers. As the source is used as independent and reliable for other footballers and existing pages, the credibly should be applied to this player.

In addition, it might worth mentioning that there are footballers who are not meeting the Wikipedia`s requirement strictly, without playing at fully professional league listed on WP:FPL. It is not very nice to mention...but here are some examples...

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In this situation where pages exists for players even without passing the guidelines, Shotaro Hattori meets the requirement of WP:NFOOTBALL. Thank you.

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Here is another source to show evidence that the player played for Boston River in Uruguay.


The source is used for other footballers on Wikipedia and below are some of the examples.

Gil Young-tae

Omar Fernández

Rizky Yusuf Nasution

Additionally, there was a request by recognised Wikipedia editor, to statistic information on Wikipedia page using same the sources. User_talk:Mattlore/Archive_10#2015_Auckland_Nines_Statistics

Thank you.

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Reliable independent source with examples. (at the bottom)[edit]

Adding different source (at the very bottom)[edit]

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  1. Tsubasa Mitani
  2. Soma Otani
  3. Kaneshiro Motohiro