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URDUrdu (language)
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URDUridine
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URDUnion pour le Renouveau Démocratique (French: Union for Democratic Renewal, Senegal)
URDUpper Respiratory Disease
URDUnité de Recherche Démographique (French: Demographic Research Unit; Togo; est. 1975)
URDUnion for Renewal and Democracy (Chad)
URDUser Root Directory
URDYou Are Drawing (online anime art school)
URDUnión Revolucionaria Democrática (Revolutionary Democratic Union; political party, Guatemala)
URDUsenet Resource Downloader
URDUnit Reference Designator
URDUser Reported Deficiency
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wKashima's triumph was the second straight time a Japanese team had won the title, following Urawa Red Diamonds' victory last year.
They should be competitive again, although they can no longer call on Socceroos attacker Andrew Nabbout, who switched to Japanese side Urawa Red Diamonds in March.
The players had signed professional contracts with professional soccer teams such as the J.League's Urawa Red Diamonds and a Netherlands team.
All that, despite being written off by his school coach Yasua Hattori as not being good enough to make the grade as a professional when Urawa Red Diamonds tried to give him a contract as a teenager.
After struggling as a schoolkid Makoto found success in the J league with Urawa Red Diamonds before winning the Bundesliga with Wolfsburg in 2008.
All that, despite being written off by his school coach Yasuo Hattori as not being good enough to make the grade as a professional when Urawa Red Diamonds tried to give him a contract as a teenager.
Al Jazira achieved a run to the semis in last year's first of a two-year hosting of the tournament, beating Auckland City in their opener, Urawa Red Diamonds in the quarters, before running Real close in the final four.
The 24-year-old had played a pivotal role in the club reaching the ultimately disappointing final against Urawa Red Diamonds last year, and his leadership and goals have been missed this time around.
Al-Hilal is the 2017 AFC Champions League runner-up after losing the final to Japan's Urawa Red Diamonds. Esteghlal Tehran and Al-Ain share the top of the group with six points, while Al-Rayyan places third with four points.
Andrew Nabbout, who joined Japanese giants Urawa Red Diamonds from Newcastle Jets on Monday, has also been selected.
The UAE club first edged past nine-time participant and OFC Champions League winners Auckland City in the play-offs and then didn't mess up the only opportunity to score against Asian champions Urawa Red Diamonds in the second-round match.