Meet The World’s Oldest professional footballer, Who Still Played Stronger At Age 55
Kazuyoshi Miura is a Former Japan striker who signed up with a fourth-tier professional football club at age of 55.Information Guide Nigeria
Without any sort of argument, one can easily say that he is a true legend in Japanese football and is even older than the French club PSG, which had been founded three years after he was born.JAMB Result
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“King Kazu” as he is fondly called has been playing professional football with the Brazilian side, Santos FC since 1986 and has played for over twelve football clubs in his career as a footballer including Croatian giants Dinamo Zagreb and Italian Serie A club, Fc Genoa.
Kazuyoshi Miura, who is the oldest scorer in Japanese professional football is one of the most revered sportsmen in Japan, and from a clear indication, he was at the forefront of the country’s football boom in the early 1990s when he was the poster boy of the newly launched league in 1993.
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