52-year-old Miura completed the registration and played in the top league after 13 years

52-year-old Miura completed the registration and played in the top league after 13 years
Today, the Japan J-League announced the list of players registered for the new season.There are 565 registered players in the J1 league, with an average age of 25.81 years old, the oldest of whom is Miura Chira, 52 years old, 11 months and 5 days.Miura Chira returns to Japan’s top league.Figure / Social Media Earlier last month, Yokohama FC released official news, announcing a 52-year-old Miura Chira contract extension for a season.Last season, Yokohama FC won the J2 runner-up and successfully upgraded.Next season, the Japanese football “living fossil” will return to Japan’s top league after 13 years.”I work hard every day to achieve the goal of helping the team stay in the J1 league, but I do n’t forget to enjoy football, but also with a feeling of gratitude, I will do my best to contribute to the team and continue to work hard to help the team get moreMuch victory.”At the wish of the new season in spring, Miura ‘s goal is simple,” I will do my best to fight in the J1 league before the season.Said Miura Chira.On March 12, 2017, in the game of Yokohama FC against Gunma, Miura Miura, 50 years and 14 days, opened the team’s first record in the 40th minute, refreshing the oldest score in the Japan Professional League that he maintained.He broke the record of the highest age scorer in the world. After the game, he also received the official certification of the Guinness World Records “the oldest player to score in the world football”.Yokohama FC is a team full of veterans and feelings. In addition to Miura Miura, there are two “post-70s” in the team.The legendary Japanese goalkeeper Nanxiong Tai, born in 1979, played 32 times in the J2 league last season on behalf of Yokohama FC and served as the captain; while Nakamura Tosuke, who was once the top star of the Japanese national team, is one year older than Nanxiong Tai.Next season, fans are expected to see three legendary football veterans in the newly promoted Japanese top league.Editor Zhang Yunfeng proofreading Zhai Yongjun