What do Olivirense fans think of signing Kazu Miura? The GAME was knowing

Supporters see the recruitment as a advertising ploy, however there are additionally those that do not approve and defend the combination of juniors. The 55-year-old Japanese participant is at Oliveira de Azeméis and went to coaching on Friday to fulfill his new teammates. He will endure medical checks as we speak after which he should be built-in and skilled.

Kazu Miura has arrived at Oliveira de Azeméis and, even with out his boots on and carrying the quantity 11 Oliveirense shirt, he’s already making waves with the fans. There are those that are nonetheless skeptical about this signing, however most have been happy with the arrival of the… 55-year-old participant! The Japanese worldwide arrived on the finish of Thursday at Oliveira de Azeméis and on Friday he was within the morning coaching attending to know his new teammates. This Saturday morning is scheduled for medicals, so Miura nonetheless must be half of the group’s last coaching session earlier than they go away for Mafra, scheduled for early this afternoon.

Faced with the shocking signing, O JOGO has spoken to a number of supporters to learn how the information of the affirmation of the 55-year-old’s signing is being obtained.

Estádio Carlos Osório common Vicente Santos is “anxious” to see Kazu Miura in motion. “I think so much of individuals will begin going to soccer simply to see him. It shall be a draw for the matches and can assist to make the identify of Oliveira de Azeméis identified”, he assesses, trusting within the choice of the SAD to rent the participant from extra age nonetheless energetic in skilled leagues. “I hope he’ll come and assist the group. Age is only a quantity,” shoots Vicente.

Marco Silva, one other common at Oliveirense’s matches, believes it was a “nice transfer” by SAD. “I think it was an incredible transfer to have managed to deliver the legend of Japanese soccer right here. It was a great advertising concept to assist increase the membership and assist the União Desportiva Oliveirense model to enter the Japanese monetary market,” he opines. though he admits that sportingly this isn’t an possibility desired by the fans.

A connoisseur of Unionist soccer, Alex Silva has no doubts that the arrival of this icon of Japanese soccer will “open the doorways to new sponsors” and provides “expertise to the group”.

Contrary opinion António Cabral, who argues {that a} 55-year-old participant “doesn’t have the bodily circumstances to play within the II League”, not understanding this signing “from an expert membership that desires of returning to the I League”. “With so many high quality gamers in Portuguese soccer, even within the membership’s junior group, and they’ll signal a 55-year-old participant. For what goal?” he wonders, absolutely like many different fans, nonetheless ready for explanations from SAD.

Oliveira de Azeméis on Japanese tv

MS is a reporter for Nippon TV and got here to Portugal to document the participant’s first steps in Oliveira de Azeméis, the brand new metropolis of Miura, which shall be broadcast on Japanese TV. “We recorded so much of footage of town, of the stadium, and I think some footage shall be proven on Nippon TV information. We managed to document the participant this morning [ontem] when he left the resort and greeted us by means of the digital camera”, the journalist explains, hoping as we speak to have the ability to document extra photographs of Miura and, “if we’re fortunate”, ask him some questions.


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