OSAKA, JAPAN - MARCH 29: Kazuyoshi Miura of J.League XI scores the third goal during a charity match for those affected by Japan's earthquake and tsunami at Nagai Stadium on March 29, 2011 in Osaka, Japan. (Photo by Koji Watanabe/Getty Images)
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Kazuyoshi Miura has signed a new contract with Yokohama FC in the Japanese Second Division becoming the only J-League founder still active.

Japanese forward Kazuyoshi Miura has played professionally since 1986.

He’s now 51 years old and has signed a new contract with Yokohama FC in the Japanese Second Division.

“I updated the contract for the 2019 season,” Miura said to The Sport Bible.

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“Thanks to everyone who always supports. I am grateful to everyone.”

“I will participate in many matches in one game, I will not waste it for one minute, one second,” he added.

“I think that I want to go face to face with a football and go to daily training with maximum power.”

He has now become the only J-League founder footballer still active.

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