LifeBogger presents the Full Story of a forgotten football genius best known by the Nickname; ‘Ryodinho‘.
Our version of Ryo Miyaichi’s Biography Facts, including his childhood story, brings to you a full account of notable events from his childhood time to when he became famous.
The analysis of the former Arsenal footballer involves his life story before fame, family life and many OFF and ON-Pitch little-known facts about him. Let us begin.
Ryo Miyaichi Childhood Story – Early Life:
For Biography starters, Ex-Arsenal star, Ryo Miyaichi, was born on the 14th December 1992 in Okazaki, Aichi, Japan by Mr and Mrs Tatsuya Miyaichi.
Being born into a sporting family provided the edge for him as a child. He developed a likeness for football before the age of 1 and started playing as he entered elementary school at age 3.
At that tender age, his parents registered him at the Prestigious Sylphid Football Academy in Nagoya, Japan. He played football there after school hours.
Ryo Miyaichi Biography – Rising to Fame:
Starting off, Ryo felt comfortable combining football and academics as an intelligent kid.
He progressed on both ends. From his elementary education, he progressed to Chukyodai Chukyo High School and played for the school football club.
It was the popular Japanese High School Soccer Tournament that brought Ryo to the limelight.
His brilliance at the field of play was oftentimes televised on Japanese national TV. This was the start of what was termed an illustrious career journey.
Ryo Miyaichi Family Life:
As stated previously, his family was all about sports. Ryo Miyaichi’s father Tatsuya Nomoura former basketball player and legend.
He played for and later managed the Toyota Motors basketball club.
Miyaichi Tsuyoshi, his younger brother born on 1st June 1995, is also a Japanese footballer.
Ryo Miyaichi Arsenal Story:
Miyaichi first trialled for Arsenal in the summer of 2010, where he impressed the Arsenal manager.
Arsène Wenger was convinced of Miyaichi’s abilities and subsequently offered him a contract with Arsenal. On 31 January 2011, he joined the club and signed a professional contract.
Wenger said: “We’re delighted that Ryo Miyaichi has joined us. He trialled with us in the summer and has raw ability which has attracted many clubs around the world”
Playing Permanent Football:
His dreams to play permanent football was finally meet after series of loan spells at Bolton Wanderers, Wigan, FC Twente and Jong FC Twente.
These loans were perpetrated by Arsenal. On 18 June 2015, the Hamburger Morgenpost announced that Miyaichi had signed a three-year contract with FC St. Pauli which is in the second division of professional football in Germany.
They described the winger as a player with “huge potential”. Miyaichi’s transfer was confirmed on the club’s website the next day, where it was revealed that he will wear the number 13 shirt for the upcoming season.
The Fall of Ryo Miyaichi – Untold Biography:
Miyaichi agreed to a three year deal with St. Pauli, however, he’s struggled to lock down a first-team place at the German club.
In his first season, he only made 19 appearances for the club in league and cup competitions, while he registered two assists and zero goals.
Unfortunately for Miyaichi, he’s now going to be on the sidelines for some time. The Japanese winger suffered a terrible injury at training as he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
According to Kicker, Miyaichi is likely to miss the majority of the 2017-18 season. It is unfortunate that he never realized his full potential.