It has been revealed today on the club’s official website, that four players will leave the club.
All quotes are translated from Japanese and may not be word for word accurate.
Yuta Murase: On loan from J2 side Matsumoto Yamaga for the 2013 season, the midfielder returns to his parent club after a year at Fujieda. The 24 year old made 21 appearances in the JFL, scoring two goals and assisting a further four more. He will be most remembered though for his winning goal against Arterivo Wakayama in extra time to secure a 3-2 win in the first round of the Emperor’s Cup.
First, I was taken care of for a year. It is full of gratitude Saito and director, to everyone involved in the team.
In the league, I was not able to ;leave the results I wanted personally, but do not forget [we] absolutely fought in all with the aim of Emperor’s Cup participation.
Kosei Arita: Another midfielder on loan from from Yamaga, the 20 year old made just nine appearances for Fujieda in the league, all of them coming from the substitutes bench. In all, he enjoyed just 142 minutes on the pitch in 2013. He will return to his parent club.
And I sincerely hope the success in J3 of Fujieda MYFC. Thank you very much.
Yuki Okada: The thirty year old right back made just seven appearances in the JFL for Fujieda this season. He leaves the club after announcing his retirement at the start of 2014. Signed at the start of the season from Mito HollyHock after four consecutive seasons in J2, Okada made seven of his appearances from the bench.
Thank you. One year it was, I’m sorry to not be able to play an active part in this season.
Daijirou Harada: The goalkeeper joined Fujieda back in 2009. He made just three appearances at the club in five seasons but converted to the role of player/coach back in 2011. This year, he made the bench once.
I have been enrolled for five years, I am grateful to the club.
Thank you for your support of Fujieda MYFC [and for it] in the future.