Manabu, who played in Suwon, goes to Australia… Joins Newcastle Jets

Saito Manabu went to the Australian League.

Newcastle United Jets FC officially announced on the 25th (Korean time) that they had signed a contract with Manabu through the club’s website. Manabu said, “It is an honor to join the Newcastle Jets. Coach Arthur Pappas is a team that enjoys aggressive football. We will do our best to help the club succeed.”

Manabu played for Yokohama Marinos for a long time. His position was a winger, and his performance was good enough to play 6 matches for the Japanese national team. He was quick and had good passing skills, so his usability was high. Manabu, who also attended the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, continued his career as a player at Kawasaki Frontale and Nagoya Grampus.

He came to K League 1 in the summer of last season. His destination was Suwon. Manabu put his strength into the attack by going back and forth between selection and replacement. He made 18 appearances in the league, scoring 1 goal and 3 assists. He also helped Suwon in the promotion playoffs and worked hard to stay. Manabu, who played only the second half, seemed to sign an extension contract with Suwon, but did not renew the contract. 카지노사이트

After leaving Suwon, Manabu headed for Newcastle Jets in the Australian League. The Newcastle Jets were founded in 2000 and often appeared in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL). Song Jin-hyung and Lee Gi-je passed through, and Matthew German, who played for Suwon in the past, is the captain.

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