Soccer: Kawasaki veteran Nakamura, 40, to retire at end of season

A day after celebrating his 40th birthday with a goal, Kawasaki Frontale stalwart Kengo Nakamura on Sunday announced he will retire at the end of the J-League season.The former Japan midfielder became the league’s oldest-ever Player of the Year in 2016 at age 36. He helped Kawasaki win their first title in 2017 and go back-to-back the following year.A member of the Samurai Blue squad that reached the last 16 at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Nakamura has spent his entire professional career with Kawasaki, joining the then second-division club out of Chuo University in 2003.The Tokyo nativ…

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