2010 Japan Player Jersey Home Nakamura #10
100% Authentic 2010 Japan National team Home player jersey. Nakamura’s name and his number 10 are printed on the back. JFA badge, adidas logo and “Paraguay vs Japan JUNE 29,2010 Tshwane/Pretoria” FIFA World Cup South Africa match day letters are rubber material. This is Formotion jersey. It is the same type of jersey players worn at the matches. Made in Japan, Adidas Japan licensed shirt.
Shunsuke Nakamura is the best free kicker ever in Japanese football scene. He began his professional career with Yokohama Marinos in 1997 after graduating from Toko Gakuen high school in Kanagawa prefecture. Shunsuke celebrated his first game for Marinos on March 8th in an Emperor’s Cup match against Verdy Kawasaki. Soon after that, he secured regular position and showed his skillful ability with creating many chances and goals especially from set pieces. In total, he made 148 appearances and scored 33 goals during 5 seasons.
Nakamura made his national team debut on February 2000 in an AFC Asian Cup qualifier match between Japan and Singapore. He became one of the key players for the final tournament and led Samurai Blue to the 2000 AFC Asian Cup champion. However, the Japan manager Philippe Troussier didn’t include him in the 2002 FIFA World Cup squad due to his physical weakness and tactical reasons.
In 2002, the Yokohama born player maker transferred to Italian club Reggina and spent 2 seasons in Serie A.
Then he moved to Celtic FC and Espanyol before coming back to Yokohama in 2010. Every fans thinks Celtic era is the best for Nakamura. He unleashed a brilliant free-kick to secure a 1-0 win against Manchester United in 2006-2007 UEFA Champions League. And he was selected for the Scottish Player of the Year and the SFWA Footballer of the Year.
Despite missing 2002 World Cup, the new coach Zico called up Shunsuke for his new team. Under former Brazilian superstar, Nakamura earned his position as number 10 attacking midfielder. The team clinched Asian Cup again in 2004. But Samurai Blue was eliminated from the group stage of 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.
Nakamura was also named in Japan’s 23-man squad for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. But CSKA young talented player, Keisuke Honda replaced him for the starter. So Nakamura mainly warmed the bench during the tournament. He only came on the pitch in the 64 minutes against Netherlands. After the defeat to Paraguay in the round of 16, he announced his retirement from international football.
In 2011, he started his second era for Marinos and received J.League Most Valuable Player award for the second time in 2013. He is getting old and veteran player now but still entertain Japanese soccer fans with accurate free kicks and beautiful goals. Then Nakamura moved to Jubilo Iwata ahead of 2017 season.
Condition : Brand New with Tag
Material : Polyester 100%
Color : Blue
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