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Jumpei Kusukami


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  • Date Of Birth: 27/08/87
    Nation: Japan
    Birthplace: Echigawa, Japan
    Squad Number: 14
    Position: Right Wing
    Joined Wanderers: 17/07/16
    Contract Details: Two Year Initial Contract
    Contract Finish: 2017/18
    Previous Club: Sagan Tosu
    Wanderers Debut: 30th August 2016 vs Edgeworth Eagles
    A-League Appearances: 38
    A-League Goals: 4
    ACL Appearances: 6
    ACL Goals: 2
    FFA Cup Appearances: 6
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 50
    Total Goals: 6
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2016/17: 35 (5), 2017/18: 15 (1)
    Description: Jumpei has spent time in both divisions of the J-League. He played in all but one of the Wanderers A-League & ACL matches in 2016/17, but he will need to improve his end result if he is to win over the fans.
Jumpei Kusukami

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:xmad::nono::bad: :bad: :bad: :bad:

 

the rest was very good though thanks for the link

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Prove the doubters wrong today little maestro, I have faith

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he has impressed me so far, plenty of promising play, a few missed passes, gave away the ball once or twice but still looks good

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Jumpei's instructions should be just run, beat a man or two, then pass the ball. Nothing more, nothing less. His shot seems to be a bit temperamental, and he tends to lose the ball the longer he holds on to it. Can be a great player for us, if used correctly.

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Jumpei's instructions should be just run, beat a man or two, then pass the ball. Nothing more, nothing less. His shot seems to be a bit temperamental, and he tends to lose the ball the longer he holds on to it. Can be a great player for us, if used correctly.

His shot is more a back pass to the goal keeper. The polar opposite to Castelen.

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Jumpei's instructions should be just run, beat a man or two, then pass the ball. Nothing more, nothing less. His shot seems to be a bit temperamental, and he tends to lose the ball the longer he holds on to it. Can be a great player for us, if used correctly.

His shot is more a back pass to the goal keeper. The polar opposite to Castelen.
Not the one in the first half...that was more like a Castelen shot.

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How many nutmegs is he on now? 3? Lol

 

I like him more than Castelen. So far it's the same end product, but at least he moves intelligently. The only time Castelen seemed to be taking any notice of the game was when he might receive the ball. I loved me some Castelen but he was a frustrating mofo.

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The one that went sky high? :-)

Your a stubborn man FCB :lol:

Yeah yeah.

 

Castelen was doubled and trippled because he was the guy who could make a difference. He was also frustrating as ****. I don't see a player yet in Jumpei who needs to be doubled and trippled.

 

I am more inclined to join the Jumpei jubilation society once I see him delivering something. The Reds are going through a similar process as us. They were knackered in the end, they were not a true measure. Let's wait until Rd 6 in Melbourne, shall we?

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His late Ono like chip kick shot was delicious and I think he will score a few on top of his man beating abilities.

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A bit too early to say. He definitely can go past players, he can read the game but not sure if he is strong enough.

He already seems to be combining with Mitch ok hopefully that will only get better.

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The Nico Jumpei Mitch combination to set up our second goal was quite sexual

 

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He is class, some great combinations and is only going to get better. His touch and close control is sublime. 

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Took him until the 90th minute to get in behind the defence. He looks shot and is half the player he started out the season as

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I am sure he is a lovely chap, but keep hold of the damn ball mutherfudger. And then numbnuts, pass it accurately.

 

Otherwise, sure he's ace....

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Show me the Jumpei that played the opening game of the season.

 

He was exciting to watch against the Smurfs and clearly has the ability to take on players but has lacked any positive forward movement since the 4-1 CCM away win.

 

Maybe Popa has given a set of instructions which he hasn't been able to adapt to however I feel like he might show his true ability in the ACL games.

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Decent player. Lacks the physicality the a league is known for.

 

9/10 times gets pushed off the ball.

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Decent player. Lacks the physicality the a league is known for.

 

9/10 times gets pushed off the ball.

 

the other 1/10 he gently gets guided across the line to give away a goal kick.

 

10/10 would sign again.

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