World’s oldest footballer Kazuyoshi Miura who was rated better than Gary Lineker joins new club weeks before turning 55


THE WORLD’S oldest footballer Kazu Miura has signed for a new club at the age of 54.

The star, nicknamed ‘King Kazu’, will celebrate his 55th birthday next month by lining up for Suzuka Point Getters.

His new team finished 21 points adrift of Iwaki FC in Japan’s fourth division last season.

Now they will be hoping that the veteran Miura can help fire them up the table after securing the services of the veteran.

Miura has moved to the minnows on loan from Yokohama, where he has played…



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