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Post by Michael Foster on Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:30 pm

From what I have seen so far he looks to be fitting in well to the English game,
I hope it continues...push what we have in place for starting positions in the future...
Team competition is never a bad thing....

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Post by Chris Chan on Tue Mar 20, 2012 9:21 am

He has only played a handful of games so many players have a good start and then fall off a cliff face (Chamakh!). Give the kid time, Wenger will try and lower the hype around him, but he does seem to be an amazing prospect. The prem needs a good jap player!

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Post by vyom.chaudhary on Sun Mar 25, 2012 4:13 am

again got an assist today.this time from a corner

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Mike York on Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:52 pm

Arsenal’s in-form winger Theo Walcott believes that Ryo Miyaichi will tear up defenses next season with the Gunners Japanese youngster already making a name for himself on loan with Bolton.

Owen Coyle has sung the praises of Ryo since he made his debut for the Premier League side, and has done so in speculator fashion with a series of man of the match performances, assists and a spectacular goal too.

The Gunners starlet struggled to break into the first team in North London, but became a regular under Owen Coyle and has already earned some invaluable experience, however not everything has been positive.

Ryo was on the pitch during Fabrice Muamba’s collapse at Tottenham, but Walcott believes this can only make his team mate stronger as a person and as a player.

The Englishman told Arsenal.com:

Ryo has done very well at Bolton.

It is hard for such a young kid to go there and do what he is doing, showing no fear with everything that happened at Tottenham [with Muamba]. It is hard and it has probably hit him definitely.

He will be a better person for it, a better player and I can see him coming back here next year and playing a lot more regularly.

The way he is playing, there are full backs out there now who are thinking, ‘I don’t want to play against him this week’.

Ryo could be an integral member of the squad next season, especially during the preseason, but it will be difficult for the Japanese starlet to break into a squad that already has Gervinho, Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain and now probably Podolski fighting for a spot on the wings. Depending on injuries, Wenger may be better off loaning Ryo to Bolton again for the first half of the season.

Nevertheless the winger is another reason why Andrey Arshavin should be sold this summer, as the Russian was preferred to Ryo earlier on in the season, and that certainly shouldn’t be the case next season! Keep up the good work Ryo.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Fri Apr 06, 2012 11:22 am

I watched the highlights of each game he played for Feyenord last season.

What he did was incredible. Considering prior, he had only played school football.

Never takes a backward step, can dribble but is also a team player. Works hard, great shot.

We'll never know, but I think he would have performed just as well as Gervinho this season if he was played regularly this season for Arsenal.

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Post by Justin Chew on Fri Apr 06, 2012 3:40 pm

Jonathan Prendergast wrote:I watched the highlights of each game he played for Feyenord last season.

What he did was incredible. Considering prior, he had only played school football.

Never takes a backward step, can dribble but is also a team player. Works hard, great shot.

We'll never know, but I think he would have performed just as well as Gervinho this season if he was played regularly this season for Arsenal.


Any good links? What I found were bits and pieces and mostly spectator recorded

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Post by Vanig Bostanian on Sat Apr 07, 2012 3:54 am

Jonathan Prendergast wrote:I watched the highlights of each game he played for Feyenord last season.

What he did was incredible. Considering prior, he had only played school football.

Never takes a backward step, can dribble but is also a team player. Works hard, great shot.

We'll never know, but I think he would have performed just as well as Gervinho this season if he was played regularly this season for Arsenal.
I trust Wenger with young players. I think what he did with Ryo was right.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Mario on Sat Apr 07, 2012 4:38 am

At the start of the season he was nowhere near ready to play for us. He wasn't even very good for the Reserves for the most part, not involved much and struggling positionally and defensively at times, and he also picked up a couple of niggly injuries which didn't help his adaptation period. He needed to get accustomed to everything around him, the new country, language and of course the football in England before going out on loan.

I think he went on loan at the right time.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Sat Apr 07, 2012 10:19 am

Justin Chew wrote:
Jonathan Prendergast wrote:I watched the highlights of each game he played for Feyenord last season.

What he did was incredible. Considering prior, he had only played school football.

Never takes a backward step, can dribble but is also a team player. Works hard, great shot.

We'll never know, but I think he would have performed just as well as Gervinho this season if he was played regularly this season for Arsenal.


Any good links? What I found were bits and pieces and mostly spectator recorded

Sorry, it was game by game at the time, posted on this facebook group.

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Post by Mike York on Wed Aug 01, 2012 10:02 pm

Every season a player emerges to become a new fan favourite with the Arsenal faithful; the 2011/12 season saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain make an immediate impact and much will be expected of him in the coming season. However another starlet in the form of a young Japanese prodigy appears to be eagerly awaiting his chance to win over Wenger and the Emirates’ spectators.

Ryo Miyaichi is an example of what Arsenal’s future looks like – hardworking, often quiet but determined, Ryo has his eyes set on making an immediate impact for Arsenal in the forthcoming season. For those who are unfamiliar with Ryo, you need look no further than his performances on loan at Bolton towards the end of last season; although the Wanderers were relegated it does not take away the fact that Miyaichi gave his all for his then boss Owen Coyle, who was a big fan of the lightning quick winger:

‘‘He’s wiry and takes kicks and he will be black and blue because of the knocks he takes, but he’s so positive when playing against good players. He went to Millwall in the last round and scored a wonder goal. He went to Chelsea and frightened the life out of their defenders and he did the same recently at Manchester City.’’

There is no doubt that Miyaichi has the mentality about him, commenting on his character, Mori Masatoshi, a well-known Japanese football writer, told the Telegraph:

‘‘The one thing that makes Miyaichi stand out is his character. Most Japanese players are too modest to succeed in England, but Miyaichi is strong, confident and aggressive. He is a pleasant and likeable boy, but he has the determination to succeed that others maybe didn’t have.’’

His character isn’t the only thing that makes the young Japanese prodigy stand out; his pace is enough to scare some of the best defenders in the world. Ryo almost defeated Theo Walcott, the fastest player in the Premier League on the running track, with a ridiculously quick time of 10.6 seconds. Theo has been one of the first to acknowledge his team-mate’s talent – whilst Ryo was on his loan spell last season Theo told Arsenal.com that he believes the Jap has it in him to scare the life out of the Premier League’s fullbacks:

‘‘The way he is playing, there are full backs out there now who are thinking, ‘I don’t want to play against him this week.’’

And the kid did just that; playing a total of 9 games for Bolton towards the end of the 11/12 season Ryo was arguably the Wanderers’ best player. The stats don’t appear to make the lad out to be a world beater, with 1 goal and 2 assists in 11 games, however 6 of these appearances came from off the bench. His goal against in the F.A Cup in February against Millwall was the first sign of the impact Ryo would have, and his performances can’t be assessed on paper – you have to watch Miyaichi’s performances to understand how well he performed for Bolton, a team lacking in top class players.

His character isn’t the only thing that makes the young Japanese prodigy stand out; his pace is enough to scare some of the best defenders in the world.

At 19 and new to the Premier League Ryo was able to show up his colleagues and give Mr Wenger a lot to think about. Miyaichi was sent out on loan to Bolton to see if he could hack it at the top level, and Bolton was the best place for him to be sent. Jack Wilshere came back from his loan spell at Bolton a new player, and the boy had become a man – has it had the same effect on the young Japanese wonder? The Japanese Olympic team appeared to think not, as Ryo Miyaichi’s name was left off the list when Japan’s Olympic team was declared; a strange decision you would think, as Ryo falls into the under 23 age limit. Bemusing it may be, however, one has to wonder if Arsene Wenger had anything to do with the decision. We all know Arsene wouldn’t tell us if he did, however it seems plausible. Wenger has become known over the last couple of years for wrapping his young stars in cotton wool; Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is one of Arsenal’s greatest prospects, but Wenger was reluctant to use him in situations which would put him under pressure, especially away games. Many fans believe that Ryo’s exclusion from the Olympics could hinder his progress, though I believe not; Ryo has been ever present on Arsenal’s pre-season tour of Malaysia, and some would argue that taking the Asian star is a smart bit of PR from the club. They need a poster boy for Arsenal’s huge Malaysian following to latch on to, and Ryo is the perfect choice.

In terms of his development however his exclusion from the Olympics will not have too much of an effect on the player. Wenger is integrating him into the squad pre-season, and it appears this is because Wenger looks to give Ryo a chance this forthcoming season. It would seem logical to send him out on loan, as there are a number of players in front of him, but Wenger always seems to make the illogical seem logical. A loan to Ajax seemed on the cards before the Dutch team pulled out of the race to sign the Arsenal winger; perhaps Wenger is waiting on an offer from an English club – by staying in the country Ryo can be considered a home-grown player, and not only would this help the winger in the future, but it would also help Arsenal fulfil their quota of home grown players that are compulsory for them to partake in the Premier League.

One can only imagine how the Premier League’s defenders will cope against Ryo and Theo on the same pitch.

So Ryo will be staying in England, but is it best that he stays at Arsenal and learns his trade by working with Arsenal’s coaches, or should he be thrown into the deep end and sent out on loan? It’s all a matter of refining his skills and working on the raw skills and talent he already possesses. Sending him to Stoke for example would only have a negative effect, and we don’t want the young lad returning to Arsenal a shadow of the player he was. By staying at Arsenal Ryo will have a certain place in Arsenal’s team for the newly named Capital One Cup, however when you look at his competition in front of him there is reason to believe that it would be best to send him on loan; the likes of Podolski, Gervinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and maybe Arshavin stand in the way of Ryo’s progress.

The talent is there, the character is there – all that matters now is Arsene Wenger’s judgment. I for one look forward to seeing Ryo light up the Arsenal wing and strike fear into opposition defenders; one can only imagine how the Premier League’s defenders will cope against Ryo and Theo on the same pitch. It’s a frightening prospect and gives Wenger an extra option off the bench if an injection of acceleration is needed to help the team recover from the losing positions Wenger’s men often found themselves in last season. I suspect we will see the young Japanese sensation involved in the forthcoming season and the years to come, so keep an eye out, watch the back pages and spread the word. Ryo Miyaichi: the next Inamoto… but good.

http://www.sabotagetimes.com/football-sport/why-arsenals-ryo-miyaichi-is-set-to-light-up-the-premier-league/

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Wed Aug 01, 2012 11:28 pm

Thanks for posting. Good read.

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Post by Marko Maksimović on Thu Aug 02, 2012 3:36 am

Good read indeed. Very excited to see Ryo in some capacity this season. If not then a good loan to a premier league wouldn't do him harm.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jenks1981 on Thu Aug 02, 2012 4:51 am

Keep him if Arshavin leaves, if he stays then there are too many senior (not necessarily better) players ahead of him I think so should go on loan, anyone watch him in the friendlies so far?

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Sun Aug 05, 2012 2:53 pm

According to Tribalfootball (I realise they base their stories on fiction), Wigan may be interested in Ryo for a loan spell.

I think it would be great for him to work under Martinez and play premier league for a season. As much as I want to see him break through at Arsenal soon.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by ralph avedikian on Sun Aug 12, 2012 12:13 am

Ryo is going to Wigan on loan. Great news. I think he will do well under Martinez.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Sami Rockfeller on Sun Aug 12, 2012 1:01 am

Hope he performs like Moses did last season.

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Post by DaveToffy on Sun Aug 12, 2012 4:19 am

Excellent news. Really like Martinez and think he will do a good job with Ryo.

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Post by Mike York on Sun Aug 12, 2012 6:39 am

Awesome news. Wonder if he is going to replace Moses? Heard a few teams interested in him.

Martinez openly talks about his admiration for Wenger and the style of play Arsenal have. And he tries to get Wigan playing. So it'll be a good fit for Ryo hopefully.

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Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Sun Aug 12, 2012 9:36 am

Excellent coach. And most importantly, his teams have a large focus on wingers, so Ryo should be a big part of the team.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jenks1981 on Tue Aug 14, 2012 6:03 am

Brilliant, Wigan could become the next Bolton in terms of feeder clubs for us...this makes perfect sense and I kinda think we may keep Arsahvin now, at least until January. We will see...

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Michael Foster on Wed Aug 15, 2012 7:49 am

Splendid bit of news...bring him back battle hardened next season....

As with the ox I hold high hopes for ryo....

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Mike York on Sat Nov 03, 2012 12:41 am

The talented young Japanese winger Ryo Miyaichi is being fast-tracked to the Arsenal first team by being sent straight out on loan for a year at Wigan in the hope that he can make a great impact this season.

He has only made five appearances so far, but considering he is only 19 it is surely better to give him a staggered introduction to the rigours of the Premier League so as to lessen the risk of burnout, and the player himself is certain he is in the right place to learn his trade.

“Every day is exciting for me.” Ryodhino told FIFA.com. “All my team-mates and the staff are really friendly, that’s why I settled into this team so easily and I thank everyone at the club for that. When it comes to football, Wigan play a skilful, passing game and there’s a lot I can learn at this club.”

Of course Miyaichi is keen to return and become a star at Arsenal in the future, but he reveals that his biggest dream is to play for his country at the 2014 World Cup Finals in Brazil. “Of course playing in the World Cup is my true dream, but to be honest it’s every kid’s dream.” he said.

“However, Japan still has to play in the final round of qualifying matches, so our team needs to continue preparing as a team. As a player, I would like to show my quality on the pitch at club level so I may then be called up by the Japanese national team. That’s the most important thing I think.”

Most Arsenal fans have high hopes of Miyaichi becoming a superstar very quickly when he returns to the Emirates next summer, but with so many talented young wingers coming through the ranks, it will be difficult for Wenger to decide who to keep and who to send back out on loan….

http://justarsenal.com/ryo-miyaichi-reveals-his-true-dream/17688

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Steve Dawson on Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:09 am

How is Ryo getting on at Wigan? Haven't seen his name on the teamsheet very often in the first few months of the season.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by Jenks1981 on Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:16 pm

He can't get in the team so lets not get too excited, he wont be a starter for us next season, he just wont.

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Re: Ryo Miyachi to Bolton - loan

Post by David Hung on Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:37 pm

He is injured

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