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Discussion in 'Japanese Abroad' started by Dax, Jan 5, 2018.
Interesting development from Toyokawa.
Unfortunately he plays in the most crowded position for the Japanese national team, but more competition is never bad.
He is well down the picking order, he don't have a shot even for Japan D-team.
when he continue scoring like this he will get a real chance like every player. Only reasonj why he is down the pecking order is, cause nobdody was expecting him to be that good.
He is not "that good" yet.
He scored 9 goals + 1 assist in 18 games in maybe the weakest teams of the league, also scored a Hattrick in round about 10 minutes.
I am not saying that he is godlike but for a nocount which nobody has on the list its very good
Coming from a J2 team he definitely blazed onto the scene out of no where last season.
I think the key for him to get attention from the JNT and other bigger clubs, is to put up solid numbers this season to prove that last season wasn't a fluke.
Nothing to take away from him but that hattrick screamed "combined match" very loudly. Rewatch it
Maybe I’m mistaken but I suppose with ‘combined’ you mean fishy?
Anyway there was a lot of commotion around that game. Eupen had to win to avoid relegation and since the other relegation candidate was winning at 60” Eupen had to win and at least score 3x. And yep all of a sudden 4 goals in 20 minutes, a team that barely managed to score any goals last season.
Eupen and Moeskroen aren’t considered as ‘real’ teams anymore by Belgian - especially Dutch speaking - press. One is owned by an investment group from Qatar and good friends with Qatarian owners of PSG. The other owned indirectly by infamous football agent Pini Zahavi, also good friends with PSG. So yeah very fishy to say the least...
Eupen leading 2-0 at HT against Anderlecht. Toyokawa scored 2-0.
Morioka not even on the bench of course.
Toyokawa scored against Waasland. 10 minutes left.
apparently scored last night in a big win. keeps playing big minutes. not bad for a guy once at fagiano.
He's a Kashima-guy, though. Always trust them.
Scored against Kamada's team in the first 10 minutes of the match.
Two goals so far tonight.