2014 Yokohama F Marinos Emperor’s Cup Limited Jersey Shunsuke #10

100% Authentic 2014 Yokohama F Marinos Emperor’s Cup limited jersey. Shunsuke’s name and his number 10 are printed on the jersey with Emperor’s Cup Winners patch on the right sleeve. Made in Thailand, Adidas Japan official licensed climacool jersey.

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

Size Height (cm) Chest (cm)
Jaspo S 162-168 85-91
Jaspo M 167-173 89-95
Jaspo L 172-178 93-99
Jaspo O 177-183 97-103
Jaspo XO 182-188 101-107
Jaspo 2XO 187-193 105-111
Jaspo 3XO 192-198 109-115
Jaspo 4XO 197-203 113-119

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Shansuke Nakamura, born in June 24th 1978 in Kanagawa prefecture Yokohama city, is a professional soccer player that presently plays in the J. League for Jubilo Iwata.

In 1997 he joined Yokohama Marinos (presently: Yokohama F Marinos) from Tokugakuen High School and on his first season in the J. League he was awarded the Rookie of the Year award.

In the season of 1999 when he changed his jersey number to 10, he was awarded the J. Leagues Best XI. In 2000 he led the team to victory in the 1st stage and won the award for J. League MVP at the age of 22. He also won the Best Player of the Year award and gradually developed into a leading Japanese play maker in the Japanese club scene.

From 2002 he transferred to Serie A’s Reggina, where he earned 7 points through free kicks, thus helping the team remain in Serie A. Having spent 3 seasons with Reggina, he chose the Scottish Premier League’s Celtic F.C. as his next step, which at the time was run by manager Gordon Strachan.

During the first seasons with Celtic he helped win the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish League Cup,
earning him two trophies, along with the right to appear in the UEFA Champions League the following season.

In the 2006-2007 season he made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League. Nakamura struck 2 beautiful free kick goals at their home and away matches respectively against Manchester United, which helped Celtic make it to the round 16 of the tournament. That free kick goal was selected as the best goal in EUFA history and even now Celtic fans talk about that legendary moment.

He experienced successive league championships with the Celtics, won the PFA Scotland’s Player of the Year award with his other achievements, made his time there most fruitful.

After that, in 2009 he wanted to play in Spain and thus transferred to RCD Espanyol, but without managing to produce any noteworthy results, he returned to Yokohama F Marinos in 2010. In 2013 and 2016, Shunsuke won the J. League MVP award and is currently demonstrating his skills as the nation’s top level player.

In 2017 they announced his transfer to Jubilo Iwata, which was run by manager Hiroshi Nanami, who Nakamura played together with in the Japan national team in the past. After his decisive free kick goal against Omiya Ardija on their third league game the team welcomed Nakamura with open arms.

In terms of Janan Nationao team, Nakamura felt humiliated when he was left out of the 2002 FIFA World Cup squad, but when Zico became manager of the national team, he highly valued the skilful midfielder and played him in the team during the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup, where he won the Bronze Shoe for his 3 goals.
Moreover, in the following year in their game against China, during the finals of the 2004 AFC Asian Cup,
he was involved in every scored point and was thus chosen for the Most Valuable Player award for bringing home the championship title.

In 2006 Nakamura’s dream came true and he was able to play 3 full matches in the World Cup, even though the team lost in the group stages. In the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa he was also selected as a member for the national team, but lost his regular position to the rising star Keisuke Honda. After the tournament he announced his intention to retire from the Japan national team.

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Size

Jaspo XO