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Post by Will.sheng on Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:02 pm

Speed and distribution looks like his best asset. Looking forward to watching more. Seems ready for the premiership already.

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Post by Chris Chan on Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:09 pm

Even though there were a few stray passes, you can see what he was trying to do. Looks like he has a good head on his shoulders and bags of pace and a bit of trickery. Bastard Al Habsi with a stunning save

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Post by Vanig Bostanian on Mon Feb 13, 2012 4:16 am

Chris Chan wrote:Even though there were a few stray passes, you can see what he was trying to do. Looks like he has a good head on his shoulders and bags of pace and a bit of trickery. Bastard Al Habsi with a stunning save
I told Al Habsi that I like him and all that, but I hope Ryo would run riot in their defense. Must have been an extra motivation for him to not let Ryo score.

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Post by Mike York on Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:26 am

The Bolton boss Owen Coyle has only been working with the Arsenal youngster Ryo Miyaichi for a couple of weeks, but he seems to be extremely upbeat about his chances of taking the Premiership by storm in the future.

“Ryo has unbelievable ability, he has got pace to burn without wanting to warn opponents, he is lightning quick.” Coyle said. “He has also got great feet and is only going to get better.

“When he gets his chance he will show everybody what he can do. The proof will be in the pudding, but you will see what he has in his locker. He gets the ball and then something can happen.

“He is quite slight, so he has some developing to come. But his work-rate is similar to Chung Yong Lee. I also love his temperament, you always see him with a smile. I like his appetite for the game and his enthusiasm.”

“I would love to have signed him permanently but Arsenal would not let that happen.

“Ryo’s ambition is to go back to Arsenal and into their first team. He has enough to do that. He was at Feyenoord on loan and was terrific.

“When you are at an elite club you are not always going to get into the team, but may go on to have a good career. Everybody has their level. But I think Ryo can be an Arsenal player for years to come.”

http://justarsenal.com/owen-coyle-miyaichi-is-lightening-quick/12563

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Chris Chan on Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:36 am

a boom boom boom, let me hear you say Ryooooooooooo!

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Mike York on Tue Feb 14, 2012 11:53 pm

Bolton newcomer Ryo Miyaichi is targeting a first-team berth and a goalscoring run following his first Premier League appearance.

The 19-year-old, on loan from Arsenal until the end of the season, was eager to share his thoughts about his first 45 minutes of action in England's top flight.

"I was happy to be playing and I found out more about the Premier League," Miyaichi told the club's official website. "But we lost the game so I can't enjoy it too much."

After performing well in a closed practice session, Bolton manager Owen Coyle felt that his new weapon was ready for action, deploying him in place of Martin Petrov as the second half kicked off.

"[Coyle] told me to go and play my football and be confident," Miyaichi recalled. "He wanted me to run at the defenders and take them on, so that was what I tried to do."

Miyaichi's best chance came in the 85th minute, when a well-aimed mid-range shot forced a super-save from Wigan goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi.

"I could have gotten a goal but the goalkeeper made a good save," the starlet reflected. "If I had scored then everything would be more positive. Next time I'm sure I can score."

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/2896/premier-league/2012/02/14/2905119/boltons-ryo-miyaichi-on-premier-league-debut-next-time-ill

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Post by Jenson Pais on Wed Feb 15, 2012 3:04 am

Hope he does well at Bolton. I have never been more excited about our young wingers. It's very important to have set of good wingers/wing forwards in the premier league. Especially when you come up against a team which parks the bus for 90 minutes !!

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Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Sun Feb 19, 2012 3:23 am

He scores for Bolton. Very nice goal too.

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Post by Vanig Bostanian on Sun Feb 19, 2012 3:26 am

As I mentioned in the other thread, quite similar to henry's goals against Liverpool and Blackburn in 2007.

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Post by Will.sheng on Sun Feb 19, 2012 1:30 pm

Nice! A good reason to kick out the crap in the team!

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Post by Mike York on Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:51 pm

The young Japanese star Ryo Miyaichi is enjoying his loan period at Bolton, and after being denied a goal on his 45 minute debut last week, the Arsenal loanee promised that he would score in the next game he played.

The 18 year-old kept his promise with a brilliant individual effort for Bolton early on in Saturday’s win over Millwall in the FA Cup. “The ball came to me at the perfect time,” Miyaichi said. “I had space in front of me and my first touch let me move inside.

“I’ve always preferred attacking from the left side, so it’s the kind of goal I’ve been looking for.”

Despite not having many chances to play at Arsenal before being sent out on loan, he says that his time in training with Arsene Wenger’s team was invaluable. “There were certainly difficult times,” Miyaichi continued. “But it wasn’t a waste to practice with superstars every day. In fact I think that sort of experience was irreplaceable.”

“Henry became a role model to me,”

“My goal was undoubtedly connected to what I learned from him.”

But he finished the interview by revealing that the atmosphere at Arsenal was completely different to working under Owen Coyle at the Reebok. “At Arsenal the atmosphere is incredibly tense,” he concluded, “But here at Bolton things are much more friendly.”

http://justarsenal.com/the-aftermath-who-is-really-to-blame-for-arsenals-demise/12665

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by ralph avedikian on Tue Feb 21, 2012 3:27 am

Mike York wrote:
But he finished the interview by revealing that the atmosphere at Arsenal was completely different to working under Owen Coyle at the Reebok. “At Arsenal the atmosphere is incredibly tense,” he concluded, “But here at Bolton things are much more friendly.”

http://justarsenal.com/the-aftermath-who-is-really-to-blame-for-arsenals-demise/12665

Interesting statement there. Is it a good sign that our atmosphere is tense at the training ground?

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Michael Foster on Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:28 am

ralph avedikian wrote:
Mike York wrote:
But he finished the interview by revealing that the atmosphere at Arsenal was completely different to working under Owen Coyle at the Reebok. “At Arsenal the atmosphere is incredibly tense,” he concluded, “But here at Bolton things are much more friendly.”

http://justarsenal.com/the-aftermath-who-is-really-to-blame-for-arsenals-demise/12665

Interesting statement there. Is it a good sign that our atmosphere is tense at the training ground?

Everybody at the Emirates is under pressure....we need a pot win and fast,and next season's final days are a long,long,long way away,

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Post by Hisham El Mawan on Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:09 am

I'm really liking how Miyaichi's coming along. Next season, he'll probably be good enough to be our backup LW, right behind Gervinho. And just imagine that in a few years, it'll be him on the left and Oxlade-Chamberlain on the right, hopefully with a competent striker between them...now that's an exciting prospect.

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Post by ralph avedikian on Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:41 am

Hisham El Mawan wrote:I'm really liking how Miyaichi's coming along. Next season, he'll probably be good enough to be our backup LW, right behind Gervinho. And just imagine that in a few years, it'll be him on the left and Oxlade-Chamberlain on the right, hopefully with a competent striker between them...now that's an exciting prospect.

And Hazard right behind that striker, with Wilshere and Frimmy behind him. Very Happy

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:37 am

Michael Foster wrote:
ralph avedikian wrote:
Mike York wrote:
But he finished the interview by revealing that the atmosphere at Arsenal was completely different to working under Owen Coyle at the Reebok. “At Arsenal the atmosphere is incredibly tense,” he concluded, “But here at Bolton things are much more friendly.”

http://justarsenal.com/the-aftermath-who-is-really-to-blame-for-arsenals-demise/12665

Interesting statement there. Is it a good sign that our atmosphere is tense at the training ground?

Everybody at the Emirates is under pressure....we need a pot win and fast,and next season's final days are a long,long,long way away,

I would imagine that Bolton are under pressure too, being in the relegation zone. But Wenger and RVP are letting the pressure translate to pressure on the training ground, including fringe players.

As in everything in life, it's a balance. You don't want too much pressure, but you don't want it to be too jovial/casual either.

So I find his comments a bit interesting, and it sounds like the players and staff are feeling the pressure and it is translating at the training ground and in team morale.

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Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:54 am

ralph avedikian wrote:
Hisham El Mawan wrote:I'm really liking how Miyaichi's coming along. Next season, he'll probably be good enough to be our backup LW, right behind Gervinho. And just imagine that in a few years, it'll be him on the left and Oxlade-Chamberlain on the right, hopefully with a competent striker between them...now that's an exciting prospect.

And Hazard right behind that striker, with Wilshere and Frimmy behind him. Very Happy

Just need a Podolski + 1 experienced midfield winner, in addition to RVP, to help guide them along.

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Post by Mike York on Tue Feb 28, 2012 12:45 am

Arsenal’s exciting youngster Ryo Miyaichi was in action for on-loan club Bolton on Saturday during a 3-0 defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

The Japanese winger started on the left and was a constant threat throughout the game making several powerful runs, having a couple of efforts on goal and putting in some dangerous crosses, but the standout moment may have been his stunning goal-line clearance to deny David Luiz a certain goal.

http://football-talk.co.uk/60081/video-ryo-miyaichis-amazing-back-heel-clearance-individual-highlights-for-bolton/

There a video of his back-heel clearance and individual highlights of his performance on the link.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:05 am

He should stay on the back post. I think one of the goals may have been prevented if he stayed on the post (from memory).

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jenks1981 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 8:26 am

Ryo intrigues me, I wonder if he will be part of the first team squad next season, I think theres a spot open but does Wenger rate him highly enough...

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Michael Foster on Wed Feb 29, 2012 8:32 am

Jonathan Prendergast wrote:
ralph avedikian wrote:
Hisham El Mawan wrote:I'm really liking how Miyaichi's coming along. Next season, he'll probably be good enough to be our backup LW, right behind Gervinho. And just imagine that in a few years, it'll be him on the left and Oxlade-Chamberlain on the right, hopefully with a competent striker between them...now that's an exciting prospect.

And Hazard right behind that striker, with Wilshere and Frimmy behind him. Very Happy

Just need a Podolski + 1 experienced midfield winner, in addition to RVP, to help guide them along.

Spot on to all quotes there..

Ol ping pong might have to wait some time tho..injuries are doing him no favours...

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Post by Jenks1981 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:02 am

In fairness we arent short of players who can break into/further establish into the first team squad between now and the end of next season.

Jenkinson, Bartley, Miquel, Frimpong, Coquelin, Yennaris, Ryo, Chamberlain, Afobe...have I missed anyone?

The only problem is that bar Chamberlain I dont think any will make the first 11 week in week out of our team, they could make up a squad though.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Vanig Bostanian on Wed Feb 29, 2012 7:53 pm

Bartley and Miquel will find it hard to break into the first team because all our center backs are relatively young and good. They will have to be patient and work hard or be excellent right from the start which is always a good thing for us. I've liked the look of all the mentioned names there which is quite exciting.

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Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:45 pm

Jenks1981 wrote:Ryo intrigues me, I wonder if he will be part of the first team squad next season, I think theres a spot open but does Wenger rate him highly enough...

Early indications are the he is doing just as well as Jack Wilshere did at Bolton, bearing in mind that Ryo is playing his preferred position..

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Post by vyom.chaudhary on Thu Mar 01, 2012 5:08 am

apparently he was voted player of the month by bolton fans

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