“They are positive to get goals, very good," was FC Ryukyu coach Takeo Matsuda's appraisal of Wan Zaharulnizam and Wan Zack Haikal who are on trial with the Japanese side.
"Not only them, but also for FC Ryukyu, we are getting a stimulus together. I hope that they can enjoy this challenge in Japan.”
Matsuda went on to add: “Sometimes, they are joking with players of FC Ryukyu in broken English. They look like they're becoming familiar."
"About food, they cannot eat pork, so they prefer to eat Japanese deep-fried chiken cutlet. Also, sometimes they cook in their home.”
This news will definitely be of welcome to Harimau Muda and FC Ryukyu fans who have harbored their hopes on the two youngsters to settle in well in Japan.
“This is the first experience of trials in a foreign country,"said Wan Zaharulnizam to Goal.com.
"I would like to learn the techniques from Japanese footballers.”
Wan Zack Haikal on the other hand was hopeful of winning a contract in Japan: “I appreciate this chance to try-out in Japan. I would like to take this chance and get a contract in Japan, and furthermore, I would like to aim towards Europe in the future.”