South ge SC even signed two Japanese old national foot, 80, 90 after the football dream began the team to set sail

2022-05-12 0 By

Football fans born in the 1980s and 1990s have probably heard of Nango, and it may even be their first home team in their lives.Cartoon “little Football” hero big air wing’s mother in order to children’s football dream, the family moved to Katsushika district, Tokyo, to let big air wing just won the national championship of the school.However, big air wing came to Ge district, but chose south Ge primary school, so south Ge became the starting point of his football career.In real life, there is also a team named Nango, which recently signed two veteran Japanese international players, ready to do something big.A week ago, Nango SC announced the signing of Inamoto Yunichi.Many fans are familiar with Inamoto, who scored two goals in the 2002 World Cup to help Japan reach the round of 16 for the first time in history.This week, Nenga SC announced a new signing in the form of 39-year-old midfielder Taiyuki Imano, who made 93 appearances for Japan before retiring from the national team in 2017.Although these two players are now a little old, but it should be known that Nenga SC is only a team just promoted to the Kanto Football League, which is the new season of Japan’s fourth league promotion horse, and the same level of the league has 9, Inamoto Runichi and Onano Tayuki in this level is a blow to the dimension.Japanese football is very preferential to the veteran, many high-level teams will be willing to pay a high salary to raise famous old players, inamoto Runichi and Onano Tayuki why would choose to go to nango SC such a lower-level team?In The words of Taiyuki Imano, playing for NANka SC is a dream come true for him.The team joined the Japanese football league system in 2014. Yoichi Takahashi, the author of “Little Player of Soccer” who was born in Katsushika district, became the president of the fans’ association of the team.From a certain point of view, South Ge SC is the incarnation of the south Ge school team in the cartoon.Takahashi currently owns 66 percent of nago SC, the rest of which was bought by a Listed Japanese company last summer, presumably providing the financial support for the team to sign two veteran players.Both Japanese and Chinese football became professional almost at the same time in the 1990s, but their level of football has rapidly expanded since then.Part of the reason lies in football managers, and football culture is also a key factor.As tens of thousands of Japanese teenagers follow the story of “Little Soccer Player” to pursue their soccer dreams, the real world Ogoki, Cape Taro may be among them at the moment.Meanwhile, our country’s wingers may never have experienced the joy of playing football.