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Shinji Kagawa has said that he would be happy to go to Manchester United. He would probably be a good fit there.
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Kazuyoshi Miura has to get a rating. He went to Brazil in 1982 as a teenager alone seeking a professional contract and got one! Played for several Brazilian clubs then came back home and played a major part in launching the J League. Many regard him as the first Japanese soccer superstar.

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Originally Posted by Acidreptile View Post
Who's the best japanese football player ever?I don't know many,but I would choose Nakamura and Nakata,Nakamura being much better.
I think best japanese player is Kazuyoshi Miura who is a J-League player by 44 years old, and be known as KAZU by most japanese.
Most overseas people might not know him, but he is a great and very famuos player in japan.
Most japanese know him.

He is held in estimation by all japanese players,even them,nakata,nakamura,kagawa.

He has played in Italy and the Croatia.
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09-19-2011, 08:06 PM

best japanese player ever is inarguably ozora tsubasa ahahaha
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I like this great sharing
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I think Nakamura is the best football player.
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Nakamura for sure.
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Nakamura (Shunsuke) has recently learned the moving shoot.

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09-29-2014, 08:59 AM

Originally Posted by junjunforever View Post
I would say in their best days, Nakata was far superior to nakamura.

Although nakamura got mvp in the Scottish league, it is only the scottish league (no offense to scottish people). This year was their first time to get past group stages in Champions League., and even minor leagues like Dutch league has produced number of Champions League winners. J-League is probably similar to the SPL in quality.

But Nakata on the other hand has received awards as best international player in Serie A, one of the best leagues in the world. My vote goes to Nakata.

Its also worth mentioning Okudeara, who was a defender for FC Koln in the 70s. He was supposedly a ver solid defender.
Nakata, undeniable.

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Keisuke Honda is my favorite Japanese football player he is very tricky and intelligent and very dangerous player.
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