Supporters see the hiring as a advertising and marketing ploy, however there are additionally those that disapprove and defend the integration of juniors. The 55-year-old Japanese participant is in Oliveira de Azameis and went to coaching to meet his new teammates on Friday. He can be medically examined right now and after that he can have to prepare collectively.
Cazu Miura arrived at Oliveira de Azameis and, with out boots and carrying Oliverian’s jersey quantity 11, he’s already making waves with the fans. There are some who’re nonetheless skeptical about this signing, however most are… pleased with the arrival of the 55-year-old! The Japanese worldwide arrived at Oliveira de Azames at the finish of Thursday and was in coaching in the morning to meet his new teammates on Friday. This Saturday morning has been allotted for a medical, so Miura have to be half of the workforce’s final coaching session earlier than the scheduled journey to Mafra this afternoon.
Given the shock signing, O JOGO spoke to a number of supporters to learn how the information of the 55-year-old’s confirmed signing is being obtained.
Vicente Santos, an everyday at the Estadio Carlos Osorio, is “anxious” to see Kazu Miura in motion. “I think loads of individuals will go to the soccer simply to see it. It can be a draw for the video games and can assist to make the title of Oliveira de Azameis recognized”, he assessed, believing in SAD’s resolution to take the oldest participant. Still energetic in skilled leagues. “I hope he comes to assist the workforce. Age is only a quantity”, shoots Vicente.
Marco Silva, one other common at Olivren’s Games, believes this can be a “nice transfer” by SAD. “I think it was a superb transfer to handle to deliver Japanese soccer legends right here. It was a superb advertising and marketing thought to assist develop the membership and assist the União Desportiva Oliveirense model enter the Japanese monetary market”, he says, though he admits that the sport In phrases of this, it isn’t the possibility that the supporters anticipated.
Unionist soccer savvy, Alex Silva, has little doubt that the arrival of Japanese soccer icon will “open doorways for brand spanking new sponsors” and “give expertise to the workforce”.
Antonio Cabral has the reverse opinion, arguing that the 55-year-old “does not have the bodily circumstances to play in II Liga”, a signing not understood by “skilled golf equipment dreaming of a return to I Liga”. . “With so many high quality gamers in Portuguese soccer, even in the membership’s junior workforce, and they’re going to appoint a 55-year-old participant. For what function?”, he asks, like many different fans, nonetheless ready. Clarification from SAD.
Oliveira de Azeméis on Japanese TV
MS is a journalist for Nippon TV and got here to Portugal to document the participant’s first steps in Oliveira de Azameis in the new metropolis of Miura, which can be broadcast on Japanese tv. “We have recorded many pictures of the metropolis, the stadium and I imagine some of the pictures can be proven on Nippon TV information. We managed to document the gamers this morning. [ontem] When he leaves the resort and greets us for the digital camera, the journalist tells us, right now can be in a position to document extra pictures of Miura and “if we’re fortunate”, ask him some questions.