Kazuyoshi Miura (55, Japan) continues his active career on the European stage.

On the 1st (Korean time), UD Oliveirance, a club in the second division of Portugal, “recruited football legend Miura on loan. His contract period is until June of this year,” it was officially announced. Miura took a commemorative photo wearing a red uniform with the number 11 on it.

Miura is a striker born in 1967. He is 57 years old in Korean age, and will be 56 years old after February 26th. He is more ‘elder brother’ than Hwang Seon-hong (born in 1968), Hong Myung-bo (born in 1969) and Kim Byung-ji (born in 1970) among Korean soccer legends. In fact, he had a Korean-Japanese war with them.

The aforementioned Korean football legends wear suits and are in charge of the Korea U-23 national team coach, Ulsan Hyundai coach, and Gangwon FC CEO. On the other hand, Miura still ties the laces of her soccer boots and walks around the ground. 카지노사이트

Saying goodbye to his former team, Yokohama FC, Miura said, “With the help of his teammates and staff, he continued his new challenge. I will play like Miura in Portugal and return.”

Miura, who is called the oldest professional soccer player, has been playing professionally since the 1980s. After going through Brazil’s Santos, Palmeiras, Matsubara, Regatas, XV Dejau, and Coritiba, he played for Japan’s Verdi Kawasaki, Italy’s Genoa, Croatia’s Dinamo Zagreb, Japan’s Kyoto Purple Sanga, Vissel Kobe, Yokohama FC, Australia’s Sydney FC, and Suzuka Point. . He has now expanded his stage to Portugal.

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