This is also fate”… Japanese veteran Miura joins Oliveirense in Portugal’s 2nd Division

A number of Japanese media outlets, including <Sponichi>, reported all at once that Miura departed for Portugal via Haneda Airport on the 25th. Miura is about to join Portuguese second division club Oliveirense, and will sign a contract after undergoing a medical test on the 27th. His registered name is his nickname ‘KAZU’, and the contract period is until the end of this season. It is scheduled to be the 2022-2023 Portugal 2nd division Villa Francain exhibition at Estagio Carlos Osorio on February 4 at the earliest at 8:00 pm (Korean time).메이저사이트

Miura said in a meeting with Japanese media prior to departure, “It is difficult to achieve something in a short period of half a year, but it is so rewarding.” Also, “I feel the joy of being able to play in a country where soccer is rooted in culture. I want to succeed as a player. There is. It is only now that I am given the opportunity to fight as a player in Portugal. If I have the energy to challenge, I have to go.

This is not the first time Miura has played abroad. He made his professional debut with Santos FC, a prestigious Brazilian club, and later played for Italian Serie A club Genoa and Dinamo Zagreb, a prestigious Croatian Prva league. It was a one-shot contract to qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup, but in 2005 he also joined Sydney FC, Australia.