Mitoma Attacker of Brighton talk about his thesis

Mitoma Attacker of Brighton talk about his thesis and current playing style

Japan football player and English league club star Kaoru Mitoma wants to set the record straight when it asks about his university thesis.

Mitoma turned down a contract offer from J1 League side Kawasaki Frontale As a teenager, he was not physically ready for professional football, deeming him.

At the University of Tsukuba, the Japanese international decided to study physical education, where he will go to submit his graduation thesis on dribbling.

Moving the opponent’s center of gravity, then I am conscious of,” he wrote. I win If I can move the opponent’s body.

Since the story about his paper came out, many people have exaggerated the story somewhat. Meanwhile, Maitoma has recently made her feelings on the subject very clear.

In an interview with ESPN UK when Asked about the university ‘project’, the Brighton player: my current style of play old thesis has almost nothing.

Because it would be easy for me to write about it, I chose the theme. I just needed to finish my degree. I think it’s been over-focused and over-hyped in Japan.

He Spoke for his fans:

Maitoma, who has been one of the Premier League’s standout performers this season, seems to have grown weary of the topic in conversation.

People should know that the purpose of doing a thesis, especially for a degree, is to help people discover more about the topic they’re looking into, not to do anything particularly revolutionary.”

He is very good and people should get the hint, a third fan writes: “. His thesis was intended to be competent and coherent research for his degree.

It wasn’t done to make some revolutionary discoveries and it hasn’t significantly affected the way he plays football.”

He made his debut in the opening week of the 2020/21 campaign and immediately established himself in the frontline first team, becoming the first rookie to reach double figures in goals since Yoshinori Moto in 2014.

Mitoma would soon score 30 goals in 64 games for the J1 League champions. In 2021, he was wanted by a number of clubs, including Brighton, who eventually signed him up on a four-year deal.

Kaoru Mitoma will leave Brighton?

In the impressive 2022/23 season on the south coast Brighton star, Kaoru Mitoma has attracted significant transfer interest.

As the latest gem to be unveiled by the Seagulls after signing from J1 League side Kawasaki Frontale in 2k21 for just £2.7 million, the Japan international recently emerged.

He has bagged 10 goals and seven assists and has therefore been a driving force behind Brighton’s potential push for European football in 34 appearances in all competitions.

Since then, both Chelsea and Arsenal have shown keen interest in bringing the 25-year-old to London.

English clubs targeting their players as Brighton are no strangers to fellow and CEO Paul Barber has admitted they are ready to fend off offers for the £50 million-rated winger in the summer.

He said: “Obviously he’s a big player who will be in the highlight in the next summer transfer, speaking to The Beautiful Game podcast last month.

We are ready for him and we understand that, we just hope he can take the second half of the season.