Staying for J2   Leave a comment

With all those players deciding their future was away from Level-5 Stadium it was good to see some who have signed up for another year.

Ryuichi Kamiyama
I like Kamiyama and am glad that he has signed for another year, but he does have some serious deficiencies which were painfully highlighted in the middle of last season when he became a bit of a laughing stock.
He didn’t hide and came back into the team when he got his chance and played much better.
Excellent at shot-stopping, he is prone to making terrible mistakes and can be a little weak at crosses. Our goal-keeping coach has just left to go to Tochigi; if we can get a decent guy to come in and sort out his problems then Kamiyama can be a good keeper.
It probably means that Rokutan is gone. Of the two I would prefer to keep Kamiyama.

Toshiya Sueyoshi
I’m glad that Sueyoshi is staying for at least another year as I think he has the chance to be a very good player for the club at J2 level, which will help him develop as a player more in the long run.
There were times in J1 when he looked a little behind the pace, and a year in the lower division should see him regain some confidence and get back to his Rookie of the Year standards.
He needs to decide where he sees himself as a player. I’ve always considered him a defensive midfielder, but he needs to tackle a lot more to fulfil this role. His long passing is good enough to play in a style of someone like Dunga, but he must become more solid if that is where he sees himself. To fulfil any other midfield role he needs to start being a lot more dynamic.

Sho Naruoka
The biggest disappointment of last year was seeing a guy who seemed to have top-flight pedigree come in, and then stay on the periphery of the squad rather than having the team built around him.
Naruoka has undoubted quality, but he needs to work alongside the limitations of his team-mates and not try to be playing fancy short passing moves if no-one else can.
Asks a very big question of where he is going to be played. Finished last season on the right, but is better more centrally. Not solid enough for the midfield 2, if the formation is kept at 4231 he will be playing behind Jogo which leaves the same problem as last season in starting games without an out and out striker.

Possible line-up…

……………………..Ishizu……………………….

…Masato………….Jogo…………….Ushinohama…

…………….Sueyoshi……Naruoka…………….

??????????…….Yamaguchi…..Hatamoto……O Chan Hyon

…………………..Kamiyama……………………..

Substitutes.
Kasagawa

Posted January 5, 2012 by avispafukuoka in News

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