55-year-old Japanese veteran Miura, ‘Portugal Part 2’ surprise transfer sure… “Unparalleled in the world”

Japanese legend Kazuyoshi Miura, 55, takes on another challenge.

Japanese media <Sponichi>, Portuguese media “Portugal” and many other foreign media reported that Kazuyoshi Miura would transfer to Portuguese second division club Oliveirense. ‘Portugal’ said, “The world’s oldest player, 55-year-old Kazuyoshi Miura, is looking at a move to Oliveirense.” <Sponichi> wrote, “The transfer to Portugal is certain. The transfer period is half a year until the upcoming summer, and the basic agreement has been finalized. The uniform number is 11, and the goal is to debut in February.”

Kazuyoshi Miura, who started his career in Brazil in the 1980s, has experienced not only the Japanese league but also Italian Serie A and Croatia Prva HNL. He played 89 games for the Japanese national team in the past. After entering his twilight years, he continued his career only in Japan for a while, but this time he announced a surprise move to Europe. 토토사이트

In 2022, Kazuyoshi Miura played in the Japan Football League, the 4th division of Japan. He played 18 matches and scored 2 goals. Regardless of performance, it is an amazing moment that a player in his 50s continues to run on the ground.

<Sponichi> said that what they expect from Kazuyoshi Miura is decisiveness. He said he can’t expect speed, but he has the potential to help a team that lacks finishing up front. At the same time, he conveyed the significance of this move, saying, “It is an unprecedented transfer of an elderly player in the world.” Kazuyoshi Miura is fluent in Portuguese, having played for Brazil in the past. He is joined by a cook and trainer to help Portugalen himself.

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