Football: Kazuyoshi Miura, 56, continues his football career in Portugal

Football: Kazuyoshi Miura, 56, continues his football career in Portugal

Kazuyoshi Miura, the former Japan international who turned 56 this past February, isn’t ready to give up his boots.

The Portuguese club Olivierense, which plays in the second division, officially announced on its electronic platforms that an agreement has been reached with Kazuyoshi Miura To extend the contract for one season. The striker, who participated in three matches with the team after being loaned by the Yokohama club last February, will remain in Portugal for the next season.

“There will be times when I won’t be in the games, but I want to stay motivated and do my best where I can.”The player recently told Nikkan Sports daily Parisian and other media. Nicknamed King Kazuo in Japan, the person who wants to hit the ball until he is 60 years old is one of the rare soccer players who have developed in 4 different continents. He began his football career in 1986 with the Brazilian club Santos, and played in his native country in Croatia, Australia and Italy.

In the national team, he scored 55 goals in 89 matches.

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