Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Japanese striker Kisho Yano leaves Freiburg to join Albirex Niigata

The former Albirex Niigata striker opted against a move to Switzerland despite talk of a trial and has returned to his old J-League club

J-League club Albirex Niigata have confirmed they have signed Japanese striker Kisho Yano from German Bundesliga outfit Freiburg.The 27-year-old forward had been reportedly set for a trial with Swiss club FC Aarau this week, but Niigata announced the deal on Tuesday evening.Yano, who has made 19 appearances for his country, failed to make one first-team appearance at Freiburg during the 2011-12 season.The striker had joined Freiburg from Albirex in 2010, where he made 15 appearances during the 2010-11 campaign, before struggling for opportunities under Marcus Sorg and Christian Streich.Freiburg general manager Dirk Dufner had told Kicker-Sportmagazin earlier this week: "Kisho Yano is on his way out. He has joined Aarau for a trial period. He would be able to move to Switzerland, as they have got a different transfer window ruling."Dufner added: "If he is not moving to Switzerland, he could still be on his way back to Japan, as Japanese clubs are able to sign players until mid-March." -

**** This Valentine season, 12BET is giving away an adorable treat to all slot lovers. We are giving away big bonuses and a possible free spin to all our players! Follow this blog for the latest updates about this unique Valentine promo!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Powered by Blogger.