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His Name Is Ryo and He's Joined Wigan On Loan

Arsenal have confirmed that 19-year old Japanese youngster Ryo Miyachi has joined Wigan Atheltic on loan for the 2012-13 season. Miyachi has previously taken in loan jaunts at Feyenoord and spent the second half of last season at Bolton Wanderers.

The loan continues Arsene's apparent policy of loaning his young players to coaches who focus on the technical side of the game. Miyachi's signing is likely to be a contingency plan for the expected departure of Victor Moses.




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The Journalist

Writer: Tim Stillman Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 13 2012

Time: 1:21PM

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I wonder if he'll ever make the break through! What's that 3 years an Arsenal player? 3 years at different clubs now?
Trennon
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13/08/2012 13:29:00

Beat me to it again! You've got some swift fingers there Mr Stillman. I'll take mine down (oohhh errrr).
Rocky7
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13/08/2012 13:30:00

Done.
Rocky7
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13/08/2012 13:31:00

Happened to fall within my lunchbreak!
Little Dutch
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13/08/2012 13:36:00

"coaches who focus on the technical side" - Owen Coyle? Nah, he'll be well looked after with us though
worbo
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13/08/2012 14:01:00

Sorry. I think Wigan is the perfect club for him as well.
Trennon
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13/08/2012 14:17:00

He will be a regular witht the gunners in a few years time. he has so much potential
LeFondle18
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13/08/2012 16:29:00

I certainly think he has the attitude and work ethic and skills to make it at Arsenal.
Sajit
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13/08/2012 16:52:00

He should develop at Wigan, but if he has to make it at Arsenal, this should be his last loan spell. He looks exciting in bursts, so he needs to develop that consistently.
prits
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13/08/2012 21:47:00

I agree Trennon Wigan is a great club to further his progression. Bright, young manager in Martinez who likes attacking football. I believe he will get many a game with Moises looking to be heading out the door
Stateside Gooner
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13/08/2012 23:01:00

He can be the real deal. Just needs regular playing time and to develop physically.
Gooner_Vin
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14/08/2012 11:47:00

 

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