“This is also fate”… Japanese veteran Miura joins Oliveirense in Portugal’s 2nd Division

Japanese striker Kazuyoshi Miura has left Japan to advance to the Portuguese league.

A number of Japanese media outlets, including <Sponichi>, reported all at once that Miura departed for Portugal via Haneda Airport on the 25th. Miura is about to join Portuguese second division club Oliveirense, and will sign a contract after undergoing a medical test on the 27th. His registered name is his nickname ‘KAZU’, and the contract period is until the end of this season. It is scheduled to be the 2022-2023 Portugal 2nd division Villa Francain exhibition at Estagio Carlos Osorio on February 4 at the earliest at 8:00 pm (Korean time). 메이저사이트

Miura said in a meeting with Japanese media prior to departure, “It is difficult to achieve something in a short period of half a year, but it is so rewarding.” Also, “I feel the joy of being able to play in a country where soccer is rooted in culture. I want to succeed as a player. There is. It is only now that I am given the opportunity to fight as a player in Portugal. If I have the energy to challenge, I have to go.

This is not the first time Miura has played abroad. He made his professional debut with Santos FC, a prestigious Brazilian club, and later played for Italian Serie A club Genoa and Dinamo Zagreb, a prestigious Croatian Prva league. It was a one-shot contract to qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup, but in 2005 he also joined Sydney FC, Australia. Entering Portugal this time is an opportunity to challenge the overseas stage after 18 years.

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