Kazuyoshi Miura is driven by a dream to play for as long as he can. Perhaps that’s the ecret to his unrivaled longevity. Photo: AP Kazuyoshi Miura is driven by a dream to play for as long as he can. Perhaps that’s the ecret to his unrivaled longevity. Photo: AP
Kazuyoshi Miura is driven by a dream to play for as long as he can. Perhaps that’s the ecret to his unrivaled longevity. Photo: AP

Japan’s ‘King Kazu’ still playing at top level at 53 years of age – 1998 provides the clue to how

  • Shocked by his omission from the World Cup team to play in France, Kazuyoshi Miura follows new dream of playing for as long as he can
  • Passion for playing the game still trumps any number of cushy gigs he could take off the pitch, making a lot more money

Topic |   Asian Football Confederation (AFC)
Kazuyoshi Miura is driven by a dream to play for as long as he can. Perhaps that’s the ecret to his unrivaled longevity. Photo: AP Kazuyoshi Miura is driven by a dream to play for as long as he can. Perhaps that’s the ecret to his unrivaled longevity. Photo: AP
Kazuyoshi Miura is driven by a dream to play for as long as he can. Perhaps that’s the ecret to his unrivaled longevity. Photo: AP
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