Debuted before the birth of Messi, still professional footballer King Kazu of Japan
Sports Desk:  He moved to Brazil when he was only 15 years old. Sao Paulo team Atletico Juventus signed to the junior team of SP. He took football lessons in the team for four years from 1982. The opportunity is to play for Santos, one of the main teams in Brazil. Debuted in the professional league since 198. For four years, several Brazilian teams played in jerseys.
 He returned to his native Japan in 1990. The opportunity is to play for the national team. Verdi Kawasaki made his debut in the Japan League. At the end of four years, the Italian team signed up for Genoa. Lone Siri A ‘Matiye returned to Kawasaki. In 1999, the Croat team joined Diamo Zagreb. Returned to Japan. The local team played for Kyoto Purple Sanga and Visal Kaber until 2005. The rest of the episode is with Yokohama FC. Sometimes the Australian team played in Sydney FC. The reason for the new title is that at the age of 53, a man named Kazuyoshi Miura has signed a new contract in the professional league.
 He was born on February 26, 1956 in Shizuoka, Japan. Six-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi was not even born when he first played for Santos. At the age of 42, Italian legend Gianluigi Buffon continues to play. On the other hand, Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 39, is eyeing one goal after another.
 Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo is not going to be suppressed even at the age of 35. On the other hand, everyone is surprised to see the charisma of 33-year-old Argentine forward Leo Messi. In many parts of the world, when footballers start counting their retirement days at the age of 30/32, then the 54-year-old Miura can be an icon for everyone.
 Kazuyoshi Miura, who plays for 13 teams from five countries, also played against Bangladesh. He played for Japan for the first time in the 1990 Asian Games. In his debut match, he got Sheikh Mohammad Aslam-Kaiser Hamid as his opponent. In that event, Japan was knocked out in the quarter finals, but in the next event, it became the champion. Miura came into the discussion after scoring 13 goals in 13 matches of the 1994 World Cup qualifiers. Although the Japanese failed to reach the main stage. He also participated in the 1994 and 1996 Asian Cups.
 In 1998, France will have to go to the World Cup. He scored 14 goals in the qualifying round. Although the team got a place in the main stage, Miura was not called up to the squad. He did not give up. After two years, there is another opportunity to play for the country. He was the second highest scorer in the team’s history when he decided to retire in 2000. Legendary Miura stopped with 55 goals in 69 matches.
 The new season is starting in February. Earlier, he signed a new contract with Yokohama FC. He will set a record in the 36th season of his career when the J-League starts. In 2016, he became the oldest footballer to score a goal in a professional league.
 “I was enjoying the game the previous season,” King Casu told Japan Today after the new deal. Don’t hit the world right then. Expressing his desire to play till the age of 60, he said, “I will try to play as many matches as I can. I hope to win the title with the best for the team in the new season. – Japan Today / RTV News