Soccer: Miura in line to become oldest player in J-League top flight
Soccer: Miura in line to become oldest player in J-League top flight

Kazuyoshi Miura could become the oldest-ever player in a J-League first-division match this weekend, with Yokohama FC manager Takahiro Shimotaira revealing Saturday the 53-year-old forward will start on the bench the following day against Nagoya Grampus.Should he take the field against Nagoya at Yokohama’s Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium, the former Japan international, known to fans as King Kazu, will eclipse the record set by Masashi Nakayama in 2012 when he played for Consadole Sapporo at the age of 45 years, 2 months and 1 day.Miura has played twice for Yokohama FC this season in Japan’s league…

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