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Meet The World's Oldest Footballer Who Is Still Playing Actively At The Age Of 54

Meet The World's Oldest Footballer Who Is Still Playing Actively At The Age Of 54

Most footballers would have reached the end of their physical potential by the age of 35 and would be contemplating retirement. Kazuyoshi Miura, a Japanese footballer who is 54 years old, is an exception to this rule. At the age of 54, Miura is still playing professionally. According to a reliable source, the Japanese footballer known as king Kazu is currently 54 years old, but he is still very active in the football industry. He is best known for his work as a goalkeeper for the Japanese national team.

According to Wikipedia, he left his home country of Japan at the age of 15 and came to Brazil to pursue a football career, signing his first professional football contract in 1986 and earning his first international cap the following year. In the years before returning to Japan in 1990, he played for a number of different clubs and has since gone on to win a number of awards in the football industry.

He played for a number of Japanese clubs before joining Yokohama FC in 2005, and he has since established himself as a prominent figure in the Japanese football industry. In a match against Kawasaki Frontale in the J1 League, Miura was said to have made history by being the oldest player to appear in the competition.

Miura also holds the records for being the oldest goal scorer in the J-League, the footballer with the longest professional career, and the oldest footballer in the world, among other distinctions.

Miura is an inspiration to a number of football players since he is still actively involved in the game despite his advanced age.

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