J3 Review: FC Ryukyu 0-0 Fujieda MYFC

In a largely uneventful match, Fujieda MYFC held FC Ryukyu to goalless draw in a match which saw Takuya Sasagaki make his debut for MYFC.

Fujieda reverted back to their usual 4-4-2 system for this match and there were also a few changes in personnel. Out went Hiroki Narabayashi, Yusuke Ishii and Shogo Nakatsuru and in came Yuhei Marumoto, Mitsuru Mansho and Daisuke Ichikawa for his first start of the season. Yuichiro Edamoto was deployed in an unusual role up front.

Ryukyu lined up in a 4-5-1 system, with their lone striker being  the 33-year-old Satoshi Nakayama.

The first half had no events to report on so at half time, MYFC manager Musashi Mizushima brought on forward Takuya Sasagaki for his debut. He replaced Mitsuru Mansho.

The game remained without events, even though Fujieda threw on another striker in the form of Yusuke Ishii as well as Yuta Kutsukake.

Ryukyu then made four changes of their own but there was to be no break through, hardly surprising from a team that had scored the third lowest amount in the league before the match.

Fujieda will be disappointed they couldn’t take all three points but will be pleased with the clean sheet.

FC Ryukyu (4-5-1) – Kono; Okumiya (Ueda 78′), Maeda, Urashima, Asada; Tanabe, Tomidokoro, Aoki (Makino 89′), Fujisawa (Tomori 70′), Obata (Maeshiro 89′); Nakayama

Fujieda MYFC (4-4-2) – Park; Ichikawa, Mochizuki, Uchida, Sato; Mizuki, Marumoto (Kutsukake 59′), Mansho (Sasagaki 45′), Hisatomi; Edamoto (Ishii 69′), Oishi

Scorers: 

Attendance: 1,004

Next game: SC Sagamihara (home) 14/09/14

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