He may have begun his career back in 1986 but there isn’t any indication of how Kazuyoshi Miura slowing yet – the 51-year-old has signed a new contract with Western side Yokohama FC.
The striker, who won the last of his 8-9 Japan caps some 19 decades ago, will now play at the Western moment branch until at least the age of 52 – a age he reaches on the following month.
“I will not waste it for one minute, one moment,” he said.
“I think that I would like to really go face to face soccer and goto everyday training with maximum power.”
Miura came to be in precisely exactly the exact same month since Italy legend Roberto Baggio, who retired from 2004, also broke Stanley Matthews’ record as the earliest professional to score a goal in 2017.
He didn’t score in nine appearances at the 2018 season, which witnessed Yokohama lose from the playoffs.