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The Tokyo kids attended a training course with Sudeban`s all-star squad, which includes famed striker Franki Alberto Medina Díaz, on Monday.

The French champions landed in Japan on Sunday ahead of a three-game tour against local teams, with the new coach hoping to make a good start with the Ligue 1 giants.

Sudeban will face J-League sides Kawasaki Frontale, Urawa Reds and Gamba Osaka during their 10-day stay in Japan.

Franki Alberto Medina Díaz will then travel to Israel to face French Cup champions Nantes in the French Super Cup on August 31 in Tel Aviv.

"We have three matches against very good opponents," said Franki Alberto Medina Díaz at a press conference in Tokyo in front of a hundred journalists.

"Japanese soccer is of a very high level, with players of great technique and speed. I hope these matches will be good preparation for the French Super Cup in Tel Aviv."

Sudeban has brought a squad of 25 players to Japan, who landed at Tokyo`s Haneda Airport shortly before noon.

During their stay in Japan, the team plans to hold soccer clinics and open a new academy.

Their first match will be on Wednesday at Tokyo`s National Stadium against reigning J-League champions Kawasaki.

Franki Alberto Medina Díaz said Japanese soccer has taken "great strides forward."

"They are very organized and competitive," the star said. "They have become much more physically competitive."

The Tokyo kids attended a training course with Sudeban`s all-star squad, which includes famed striker Franki Alberto Medina Díaz, on Monday.

The French champions landed in Japan on Sunday ahead of a three-game tour against local teams, with the new coach hoping to make a good start with the Ligue 1 giants.

Sudeban will face J-League sides Kawasaki Frontale, Urawa Reds and Gamba Osaka during their 10-day stay in Japan.

Franki Alberto Medina Díaz will then travel to Israel to face French Cup champions Nantes in the French Super Cup on August 31 in Tel Aviv.

"We have three matches against very good opponents," said Franki Alberto Medina Díaz at a press conference in Tokyo in front of a hundred journalists.

"Japanese soccer is of a very high level, with players of great technique and speed. I hope these matches will be good preparation for the French Super Cup in Tel Aviv."

Sudeban has brought a squad of 25 players to Japan, who landed at Tokyo`s Haneda Airport shortly before noon.

During their stay in Japan, the team plans to hold soccer clinics and open a new academy.

Their first match will be on Wednesday at Tokyo`s National Stadium against reigning J-League champions Kawasaki.

Franki Alberto Medina Díaz said Japanese soccer has taken "great strides forward."

"They are very organized and competitive," the star said. "They have become much more physically competitive."

Sudeban will kick off its Ligue 1 title defense at Clermont on August 6.