Japanese striker Miura signs deal to play beyond 50th birthday

Yokohama will be able to count on the evergreen striker, who is set to play into his 50s after signing a deal to play in the 2017 J2 League season Japanese striker Kazuyoshi Miura will take his professional football career beyond his 50th birthday after …
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