Suara.com – PSS Sleman foreign player from Japan, Kei Sano will have his first season in Indonesia in the BRI League 1 2023/24. It’s no wonder that high motivation really emanates from the player who plays as a winger.
Prior to Indonesia, Kei Sano played for Sirens FC, the Maltese League’s highest caste club. And the new experience in Indonesia also admittedly made him a little nervous.
However, these conditions motivated Kei Sano to work even harder.
“This is a new journey for my football career in Indonesia and I have never stopped here. This made me motivated and more excited to experience the atmosphere of Indonesian football,” said Kei Sano, Thursday (1/6/2023) as quoted from the New Indonesia League website.
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The new environment that has received him well has made the number 7 player at PSS have no difficulty adapting to his colleagues in the Java Super Elang squad.
“So far my adaptation process has been very good because my team-mates are friendly as well as the coaching staff have welcomed my presence here. It should be noted that the situation and conditions in the PSS team are very good,” Kei Sano added.
Regarding his introduction to PSS, this player who was born on April 3, 1992 admitted that he knew PSS through his agent. He then added information about PSS through the internet.
“The first thing I saw from PSS was the big support from the fans. This is something extraordinary and the dream of football players. Can play in a big stadium, watched by thousands of fans. This is something interesting and good for me,” he said seriously.
As a professional soccer player, Sano is aware that he is working with targets and goals that must be achieved. Regarding this, this white-haired man stated that he was ready to work hard to achieve it.
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“Of course my arrival here won and gave achievements in the competition for PSS. The way to make it happen is of course by fighting hard to win in every match. That is the most important thing we do to achieve our goals, “he concluded.