|Gert Engels||Germany||Sept 1998–Dec 98|
|Antonio de la Cruz||Spain||1999|
|Osvaldo Ardiles||Argentina||Jan 2000–Dec 00|
|Takeshi Okada||Japan||Jan 2003–Aug 06|
|Takashi Mizunuma||Japan||Aug 2006–Dec 06|
|Hiroshi Hayano||Japan||Jan 2007–Dec 07|
|Takashi Kuwahara||Japan||Jan 2008–July 8|
|Kokichi Kimura||Japan||July 2008–Dec 09|
|Kazushi Kimura||Japan||Feb 2010–Dec 11|
|Yasuhiro Higuchi||Japan||Dec 2011–|
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