I know you think I might be overrating him, but he impressed me a lot. He is blessed with amazing accelation, pace and agility. He keeps control on the bal while he is on high speeds and he is two footed. This boy is a gem and I am incredibly sad that he broke his leg when he was on trial at Ajax because this wonderkid should have been really useful for the current Ajax squad.
Strong points: Quick, confident in 1 on 1s, two footedness. Runs with his head up. Not affraid to track back and can do so for 90 minutes.
Weaker points: He can be a bit sloppy (or unconcentrated), esspecially in his passing, but sometimes in his dribbling aswell. Also he has to bulk up a little because he is quite weak and looses to many battles. Could improve in his positioning and vision.
See for yourself and be inpressed:
Ryo Miyachi vs Vitesse (his first ever game of top flight football): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9gNh0tW ... re=related
His first goal (in the second match): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5G6Ogw28MY
Ryo Miyachi vs Heracles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nag_TZDk01Y