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Discussion in 'Japan' started by AmericanKaka, Jan 30, 2010.
Haha, that was my reaction as well
I don't mind seeing him become the next Pele but I have to wonder on what evidence at this point in time they're basing their judgment. I think that site is winding us up lol
Daisuke Takagi will practice with the Verdy first team when he gets back.
I'm being pretty optimistic, but if he plays in the next 4 months or something he will beat Morimoto's record of the youngest ever player.
Again, just putting that out there.
U17 named for a tournament in Niigata in a couple of days (Other players than the WC-squad)
- vs U17 Niigata selection (7/16), vs Slovakia (7/17), vs Mexico (7/18)
Team is coached by Takashi Yamabashi who has been assistant coach of U17 JNT and is the current U18 assistant coach (?).
Nikki Havenaar is included.
18 斉藤 康平 ｻｲﾄｳ ｺｳﾍｲ SAITO Kohei
1994.04.03 181cm 71kg 静岡県立清水東高校
1 山田 元気 ﾔﾏﾀﾞ ｹﾞﾝｷ YAMADA Genki
1994.12.16 184cm 70kg 京都サンガF.C.U-18
7 伊池 翼 ｲｲｹ ﾂﾊﾞｻ IIKE Tsubasa
1994.04.11 177cm 65kg 横浜F・マリノスユース
9 平澤 俊輔 ﾋﾛｻﾜ ｼｭﾝｽｹ HIRASAWA Shunsuke
1994.04.11 178cm 66kg JFAアカデミー福島
4 吉野 恭平 ﾖｼﾉ ｷｮｳﾍｲ YOSHINO Kyohei
1994.11.08 180cm 63kg 東京ヴェルディユース
5 田口 翔太郎 ﾀｸﾞﾁ ｼｮｳﾀﾛｳ TAGUCHI Shotaro
1995.02.04 183cm 64kg JFAアカデミー福島
2 ﾊｰﾌﾅｰ ﾆｯｷ ﾊｰﾌﾅｰﾆｯｷ HAVENAAR Nikki
1995.02.16 192cm 72kg 名古屋グランパスU18
3 鴨池 陽希 ｶﾓｲｹ ﾊﾙｷ KAMOIKE Haruki
1995.04.22 164cm 53kg FC東京U-18
15 井上 丈 ｲﾆｳｴ ｼﾞｮｳ INOUE Jo
1994.05.21 156cm 55kg アルビレックス新潟ユース
14 秋山 大地 ｱｷﾔﾏ ﾀﾞｲﾁ AKIYAMA Daichi
1994.07.28 171cm 63kg セレッソ大阪U-18
17 宮村 哲朗 ﾐﾔﾑﾗ ﾃﾂﾛｳ MIYAMURA Tetsuro
1994.08.25 169cm 56kg ヴィッセル神戸ユース
6 中川 寛斗 ﾅｶｶﾞﾜ ﾋﾛﾄ NAKAGAWA Hiroto
1994.11.03 155cm 48kg 柏レイソルU-18
16 金子 翔太 ｶﾈｺ ｼｮｳﾀ KANEKO Shota
1995.05.02 159cm 53kg JFAアカデミー福島
10 大山 啓輔 ｵｵﾔﾏ ｹｲｽｹ OYAMA Keisuke
1995.05.07 170cm 53kg 大宮アルディージャユース
12 辻 拓郎 ﾂｼﾞ ﾀｸﾛｳ TSUJI Takuro
1994.01.13 172cm 66kg 星稜高校
8 神田 夢実 ｶﾝﾀﾞ ﾕﾒﾐ KANDA Yumemi
1994.09.14 164cm 51kg コンサドーレ札幌U-18
11 菅嶋 弘希 ｽｶﾞｼﾞﾏ ﾋﾛｷ SUGAJIMA Hiroki
1995.05.11 175cm 62kg 東京ヴェルディユース
13 大津 耀誠 ｵｵﾂ ﾖｳｾｲ OTSU Yosei
1995.08.07 182cm 62kg セレッソ大阪U-18
I'll be very interested to read the eventual FIFA technical report for this U17 WC.
Is he good anyone know?
We need someone to partner Ueda.
Hopefully it's Nikki.
Iwanami just isn't good enough in my opinion.
I heard he's a beast at CB position, hopefully one world-class CB in a few years from now
Two skytowers who can't run.
That's not balanced.
Are you kidding me?
Ueda runs his ass off every match. His positioning and anticipation are extremely high too. Did you see how many times he got to the ball whenever it came to Japan's half? It was ********ing amazing.
How do you know that Nikki can not run anyways. Have you ever seen him play?
I didn't get to see most of the match, but the last 20 minutes showed an Amazing and determined Japan. The first goal set up by sub Takagi scored by sub Nakaijima riled up the crowd and the amazing 2nd set off a chain reaction of Japanese attacking chances and Brazil desperate defending until the last minute. The crowd is riled up by the Determined Japan team, and the Samurai themselves feed off that energy. Though Japan lost to Brazil 2-3, They definitely shown a superb "Never-Say-Die" attitude and Determination. In the last minutes, even though Brazil was up a goal, they were sucked into Japan's pace all the way.
With more years and experiences, These Young Samurais will definitely light up Japanese Football and the World.
Let me rephrase it. The ability to match the striker's speed. More often it's hard to do, but at least to follow him effectively. The ability to turn around quickly, when you're tall it's harder to do. This team better not play the offside because they're gonna get countered.
Anyway, if memory serves me right Havenaar participated in the Montaigu Tournament and I saw some highlights of it on French TV. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Ok I understand what you mean
Dude, I agree completely. The last twenty minutes or had me literally on the edge of my seat. I was actually really nervous down to the last few seconds, I felt the Blue Samurai Jr.'s could have seriously gotten all three points in the end. In fact, when the Brazilian player went off on a stretcher towards the end, I thought it was a ploy to steal time from Japan as their offense was CRAZY!
I almost cried at the end, seeing all those young guys hearts broken after all their hard work, especially the keeper. I wish to play for Japan and assist the team so that the Blue Samurai of any gender and age will never have to taste defeat.
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I love this clip
Ahh and Real Madrid only saw that clip right? And yes that is a good clip!
is that about the Musashi suzuki to Real Madrid rumors? haha, but he overall didn't perform that well for me.
I still can't believe how many times Japan created attacking chances in the last few minutes. They were on fire, too bad they lack the finishing touches, the Daisuke Takagi slider really got me riled up, he almost made it, the GK wouldn't be able to stop it, just a small tap-in. But overall Japan won the respect and support of all the fans, and you know Brazil was extremely glad to make it out alive, the players and coach seemed relieved of the final whistle, that's how great Japan was at the end. I started tearing myself when I see them cried, what makes it wonderful was the Japan chant and cheers throughout the stadium.
This is probably one of the greatest highlights of the Tournament, Blue Samurais chasing the Selecao up until the last second, never stopping.
With the already interest many have of Japanese Football, the success of Japan National Team on the world stage, both man and women, Senior, U-23, U-20, U-17, etc. Then there are the Young Japanese prospects that created buzz around the world, like Shinji Kagawa, Honda Keisuke, Yuto Nagatomo, Atsuto Uchida, Ryo Miyaichi, Bayern-bound Takashi Usami, and Japan's women Iwabuchi Mana.
Adding this to Japan lists of success, They're becoming a force to reckon with, and gain the love and respect from around the world. And they'll continue to grow.
Another foreigner with no Yamato blood?
He's Venforet(?) Kofu's striker Mike Havenaar's brother, who parents migrated to Japan from the Netherlands, they are naturalized Japanese citizens.
though they may not be Japanese by blood, but as long as they give their all for Japan, it wouldn't be much of an issue.
Dude, I am working day and night to be one of those foreigners that lack Yamato-no-chi. I will rise through the leagues and make myself noticed, and play for Japan with more pride than even the Japanese themselves.
Japan opened itself up to me last year more than my own United States. I found a place where I can be happy with a culture that I love and people that support me. My own girlfriend is a Nagano native. The disaster earlier this year even furthered the resolve I have to help make Japan world champions.
Hope it didn't seem like I attacked you.
Dudes calm down
This is a troll that has been here to the forums in the past. It's actually been a while since I've seen him here and I was wondering where he/she went.
Sorry no young Brazilians here.
Ueda got offers by many J1 teams, no surprise
What's with "redded" anyway
Anyway, Real's interest in Musashi is reported now by Japanese press too, and they refer to "Kankeisha" rolleyes: which could be basically any person in the world):
And sorry if this was posted:
5 J-league clubs keen on Ueda, Marinos and Grampus are named here, the other being 3 clubs from the Kanto area.
Edit: Here they say over 10 teams are hunting Ueda. Mentioning Marinos, Reds, Avispa, FC Tokyo.
He's the next Tulio.
No surprise that pretty much every single J-League club wants his signature.
Definitely one of the best young Japanese centerbacks that I have ever seen.
I don't think its any exaggeration to say that we could be seeing him play for the full NT in the upcoming years.
Well Musashi will probably find a club soon since he is a 三年生.
I wonder what teams are actually looking at him. (Real Madrid does not count because there is no way in hell they are actually interested in him)
I think he could do well for a J2 team. J1 is probably above his level atm.
I'd aim for better than Tulio who's often too hot headed and loses his focus. Just a classical defender but extremely good at what he does.
I'd like to believe they all have a future cause I liked absolutely everyone (well maybe not the two Suzuki (Ryuga should have been used as a side back)) but looking at the past teams, I know it won't happen.