51-year-old Japanese forward Kazuyoshi Miura is the only FIFA 19 player to also be in FIFA 96
- Kazuyoshi Miura, who plays for Yokohama FC, is included in FIFA 19
- The Japanese forward, 51, is the only player in the game who was also in FIFA 96
- Miura, in the 33rd season of his career, is often deployed as a replacement
FIFA 19 will be released on Friday and, remarkably, the game will include a player who was also in FIFA 96.
Japanese forward Kazuyoshi Miura may be 51 years old but he still plays for Yokohama FC in the J2 League.
Miura is the only player who was in FIFA 96, one of the early editions of the game, which is still active in the current edition.
Kazuyoshi Miura, 51, who plays for Yokohama FC, is included in FIFA 19
Miura was included in FIFA 96, released at the age of 29
Miura was 29 when FIFA 96 was released, but he’s still going strong.
A former Japan international, Miura represented his country between 1990 and 2000, scoring 55 goals in 89 appearances.
Now in the 33rd season of his professional career, Miura is often deployed as a substitute for Yokohama FC.
During his long and varied career, Miura has represented 14 different clubs and joined Yokohama FC in 2005.
Roma legend Francesco Totti had featured in every edition of FIFA before retiring in 2017.
FIFA 19 releases Friday, with Miura the only player included who was also in FIFA 96