Japan will rethink its withdrawal from the Copa America following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami which disrupted the domestic football calendar, a senior Japanese official said Wednesday.
The Argentina Football Association, which hosts the South American championship in Argentina from July 1, has asked Japan to reconsider its decision to pull-out of the event, Japan Football Association (JFA) vice president Kozo Tashima said.
"The Japanese association for its part has not reached a final conclusion," he said, according to the Jiji Press news agency and other media.
"We will reconsider whether we can send a national team by using our wisdom more than ever."
Read the rest of the story: Japan rethinking Copa America pull-out.