2012/15 Yuji Ono @ Standard de Liège (BEL) Thread [R]

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  1. Dax

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    Standard's site, again with their wrong infos, also tried to make him be the youngest J League player hahaha... poor Morimoto
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    Anyway, beside one player, strikers don't score so much with Standard.. so Nagai and Ono can be a factor of change.
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    Ono doesn't score so much either, though...


  5. Blue-San

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    Ono was not a striker in 2012 though
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    But his main objective for the season was to score goals. (He was played as a striker in several games, actually)
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    I hope they are veeeeeerrrrrrrryy patient, or this will be a disaster.
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    I wonder what makes you think so...
    De l’aveu même de Jean-François de Sart, les deux joueurs nippons n’arrivent pas pour renforcer l’équipe à très court terme mais plutôt pour la saison prochaine. Mais tant Nagai qu’Ono espèrent accélérer les choses et aider leur nouvelle équipe dès cette saison. :whistling:

    expect also A LOT of pressure on them by the fans. Some of them are just dumb racist, but some others are just perplexed - and I can't blame them too much (while they shouldn't be on Nagai, to be fair).
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    Ono press conference happened half an hour ago.
    Some bits :
    Yuji ONO : "J'ai entendu que les supporters du Standard étaient très passionnés. Je donnerai mon maximum pour plaire aux fans." (I heard that the supporters of Standard are very passionate. I'll give my best for them)-> hahaha, "passionate", he says?

    Mon rêve était de jouer en Europe donc je suis très heureux d'être ici et me réjouis de pouvoir apporter mes qualités à cette équipe." -> yes ok always the same thing (my dream was to play in Europe so I'm happy to be here)

    Jean-François De Sart : "Dans tous les grands championnats, il y a des joueurs japonais donc c'est un marché à ne pas négliger." -> (in all the major leagues there are japanese players, therefore it's a market that can't be ignored) -> sure, next time you could've picked someone who was more ready though

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    No Nagai conference?
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    I've seen his pic on Yahoo earlier today when he had his conference.
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    Funnily enough, an article I read on the weekend painted Ono as the big signing, Nagai as the 'omake'. Ono's transfer fee was double that of Nagai's, it said.
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    It's true.
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    So he is more like a attack midfielder? His skill look good, his style a bit look like Honda, of cause he still not the level of Honda, but he only 20 yo, still can keep improve.
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    He's definitely an AM, not striker. Unless his finishing dramatically improves.
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    Standard is also buying a young prospect like Castillo, from Ecuador: 3.5 mln. of euros. It's like they suddenly wake up.
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    Standard Liege is a club with ambitions they even suggested that Belgium + French league would combine. (lol)
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    I wish him all the best, and hope he can some day make the National Team. Prove me wrong Yuji!
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    What's so funny about that? They are very passionate.

    They did not. They have a rich but excentric chairman who threatened to leave the Belgian competition and go play in the French league instead. But the Ligue 1 soon afterwards set him straight.
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    ah right knew it was something like that...
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    Standar's coach:
    Ono sera déjà dans les 18 pour le match de demain contre Courtrai. Il prendra place sur le banc.

    If Ono is there and Nagai isn't, I hope it's just for technical reasons...
    edit: random dude indeed claims that Nagai arrives only tomorrow or something like that.
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    Yes Nagai's not there, he gave a press conference in Nagoya recently
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    oh right, I even read it.........
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    On the bench tomorrow, apparently.
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    Take those words for what it's worth as it could just be circumstantial ones, anyway...
    Standard coach:
    "Il commencera sur le banc. Ono a montré de belles choses cette semaine. Ce que j’apprécie, c’est qu’il en veut. Il présente une belle pointe de vitesse et une bonne technique. J’ai décidé de le reprendre dans les 18.”
    "He will start from the bench. Ono showed me good things this week. What I liked, is that he "wants". He has good speed and technique. I decided to include him in the 18-men selection. "

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