Newcomer… Ryo Miyaichi

Posted: June 19, 2015 by AndyChristos in FCSP Players
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Fresh aura of renewal!

‘’A player with great pace and trickery on the ball’’.  These are Theo Walcott’s words, when it comes to the 22 year old former co-player of him in Arsenal, Ryo Miyaichi. And I am dead sure that if the description fits, the Japanese winger will be more than helpful to us cos  ‘’trickery on the ball’’ and ‘’pace’’ is something we hardly saw the previous year.

Miyaichi was born on December 14th 1992 in a family of athletes, with his father being a former basket ball player and his brother a football player.

On January 2011 his abilities led Arsène Wenger of Arsenal to offer him a contract and later on the same year after him being on Arsenal he is sent as loan to Feyenoord, in which besides others, he succeeded some important goals against Vitesse and Heracles Almelo. On 2012 he is sent as loan to Bolton Wanderers til the end of the season. His performance and abilities led the fans of Bolton to vote for him as February player of the month. Two more teams for him followed before the most important contract of his career. Wigan Athletic on August 2012 and then FC Twende on September 2014. He has also played with U15 and U19 teams of Japan, and lately he entered the senior team with two matches in his record. One against Azerbaijan (friendly), and the other against Brazil.

From the 18th of June he is considered officially a member of the brown/white squad with a three year contract. A really young and promising (the press has often given him nicknames as ‘’Ryodinho’’ or even ‘’The Japanese Messi’’)  player, and a fresh purchase to mark the beginning of a new era in Sankt Pauli.

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