I’m 54 years old, and I’m going to make you a forced hero, and I’m going to be 60 in the cold.
Japanese soccer hero Kazuyoshi Miura has renewed his contract with Yokohama FC. Although he is breaking the record of the oldest active player every year, fans are not looking at him 토토추천
Yokohama officially announced on the 11th that it has renewed its contract with Miura. It is customary to make an announcement at 11 p.m. on January 11 every year in line with Miura’s back number 11. It may be considered a no-profit, but in reality, a player in his mid-50s cannot help the team’s strength.
“King Kazu, a widely known Japanese soccer legend, is the oldest player in the J-League. He is a top star in the J-League in 1993. He was named MVP of the year and won the top scorer in 1996. In 2020, he was promoted to J1 for the first time in 13 years with his team. “I started in the 18th round of the J1 League on September 23 last year and set the oldest record of 53 years, 6 months and 28 days.”
Last year, the whole world was suffering from the new coronavirus, Miura told the club. Personally, it was a disappointing season, but the passion for soccer increased. “I will go out more this season to help you win.”
The fans’ reaction was coldly. More than 400 comments were posted on the Japanese portal site Yahoo Japan.
We have to let him go because of the Sponsor relationship, but he is disqualified as a professional. I hope you stop playing for only a few minutes and breaking the record for the oldest participation,” the opinion received the most sympathy.
“It seems to be a good story, but the striker has not scored a goal for several years,” he added, “Is the oldest record that does not help the military?” If I leave it alone, I think I’ll be 60 years old. “It’s a meaningless record,” he said. “The events are different, but Ichiro said he would play until he was 50 years old, but he retired because it didn’t work.” Most of the negative opinions were such as “The timing of retirement is important” and “I respect the individual’s passion for soccer, but I hope they will also respect the J-League.”