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2016 Yokohama FC Player Jersey Kazu #11

100% Authentic 2016 Yokohama FC J-league jersey. Kazu’s name and his number 11 are printed on the front and the back. LEOC sponsor letters and soccer junky maker logo on the front are sublimation printing. Yokohama FC team badge is cloth material sewn on the chest. J-leagu official patch on the right sleeve is thin rubber material. NITTAI sponsor logo on the left sleeve and japan elevator service logo on the back are sublimation printing. Made in Japan, soccer junky licensed shirt.

Kazuyoshi Miura known as Kazu or King Kazu is one of the best and most popular Japanese footballers in history. Shizuoka born Mira left the Shizuoka Gakuen High School at the age of 15 because he wanted to be a professional soccer player in Brazil. He played for some clubs including Santos and Palmeiras before returning to Japan in 1990.

Then Kazu joined Yomiuri FC in the Japan Soccer League. In 1993, the Japan Football League, J-league started and Yomiuri FC changed the name to Verdy Kawasaki. The team won the two consecutive J-league titles in 1993 and 1994 season. Miura was nominated the first J-league Most Valuable Player in 1993.

After becoming superstar in Japan, he decided to transfer to Genoa FC in the 1994-1995 serie A season. Kazu scored just a goal in 21 appearances during the season. He returned to his former club Verdy Kawasaki in 1995 and played for the team until the end of 1998 season.

Kazu went back to Europe again in 1999 to join Dinamo Zagreb even thoguh it was not successful transfer. Everyone thought his career is ending. But he never gave up and looked for the new club which wants his experience and popularity. After returning Japan, Miura played for Kyoto Sanga FC, Vissel Kobe and Sydney FC.

Finally, The veteran striker arrived at J-league second division club Yokohama FC. King Kazu rewrote his record as the oldest player to play in the J2 when he turned 50 in 2017 season to beat former England legend Stanley Matthews longevity record.

Miura represented Japan national team 89 times, scoring 55 goals.

Condition : Brand New with Tag
Material : Polyester 100%
Color : Light Blue

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