Japanese soccer legend Miura, 56-year-old extended active service, loaned to Portuguese second division league

Japanese football legend Kazuyoshi Miura is continuing his active career at the age of 56.

The stage is the second division of Portuguese professional football.

Portugal’s UD Oliverence announced on the 2nd (Korean time) that it had signed Japanese J-League Yokohama FC Miura on loan. However, the contract period is until June 30th.

Born in 1967, Miura is a Japanese soccer legend. He was Japan’s representative goal scorer in the 1990s and is widely known to Korean fans as well. He appeared in 89 A matches and scored 55 goals.

Miura, who started his professional career in Santos, Brazil in 1986, is unsurprisingly the oldest active Japanese professional player. 먹튀검증

Having played in Brazil, Japan, Italy (Genoa), Croatia (Dinamo Zagreb) and Australia (Sydney FC), he joined Yokohama FC in 2005.

Oliverence is owned by the parent company of Yokohama FC. Symbolizing the uniform number 11 representing Miura, the recruitment was officially announced at 11:11 am local time.

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