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THE world’s oldest professional footballer wants to carry on playing until he is SIXTY.

And he looks set to join a new club for his 37th season as a player – led by his brother.

Alamy 2 Kazuyoshi Miura, right, is set to sign for his brother Yasutoshi’s team Suzuka Point Getters

Kazuyoshi Miura turns 55 on February 26 and is still under contract with Yokohama FC in his homeland of Japan.

He played just one minute of J1 League football in the 2021 season – aged 54 years and 12 days in March – as Yokohama finished bottom.

However, with his latest contract expiring, Kyodo News report the veteran of all veterans is ready to extend his incredible career by signing for his older brother’s team Suzuka Point Getters.

Suzuka are in Japan’s fourth tier with Yasutoshi Miura taking over as manager last summer.

When asked about his future last month, ‘King Kazu’ said: “The team is almost 100 per cent in line with my wishes.

“I have the same passion for football.”

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He added at a New Year’s football event with Suzuka, who reportedly saw off seven other teams interested in signing Miura: “We have almost 100 per cent agreed on a contract.”

Record-breaking Miura signed his first pro deal way back in 1986 with Brazilian club Santos – who Yasutoshi had left the year before.

Over the next three years, he played for fellow Brazilian sides Palmeiras, Matsubara, CRB, XV de Jau and Coritiba before returning to Santos.

The striker then scored 133 goals in 253 games for Tokyo Verdy across eight years between 1990 and 1998, although one of those seasons was spent on loan at Genoa.

A failed trial at Bournemouth means his only permanent stint in Europe was half a season at Dinamo Zagreb in 1999 which was followed by spells back in Japan with Kyoto Purple Sanga and Vissel Kobe.

At Kobe, he played alongside his brother who spent the final season of his playing career there in 2002-03.

Miura was far from done, though, and joined Yokahoma way back in 2005 – then already aged 37.

And bar a short loan at Sydney in 2005-06, the 89-cap legend has been part of the Yokahama squad ever since.

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However, despite playing in every season since and being the world’s oldest pro, the goals have certainly dried up.

In 17 seasons, his best tally for a campaign is six while his overall record stands at just 23 goals in 276 appearances.

Miura’s last goal was back in March 2017 meaning his goal drought is now nearly five years old – albeit that is just 22 matches.

AP:Associated Press 2 Miura scored his last goal nearly five years ago
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How Domestic Violence Spilled Over Into Albuquerque Terror

As more details emerge about the criminal history of Muhammad Syed, 51, charged in the murders of two Muslim men in Albuquerque, and a prime suspect in the killing of two more, the family of one of the victims blames police for not intervening sooner.

Sharief Ahmadi Hadi, the brother of murder victim Mohammad “Zahir” Ahmadi, says that prime suspect, Muhammad Syed, regularly harassed his family and slashed the tires of his wife’s car in the years prior to his brother’s murder. Hadi says he believes Syed targeted his family because they are Shiite Muslims.

Hadi’s brother, Muhammad Zahir Ahmadi, 62, was the first victim in a string of recent murders that have rocked the Muslim community of Albuquerque. Ahmadi was found gunned down in the rear parking lot of the market he ran with his brother on Nov. 7, 2021. Syed has not been charged with his murder but police say he is their main suspect.

Hadi, who owns a Halal grocery store and cafe on San Mateo Boulevard in Albuquerque, told The Daily Beast he had been complaining to police for more than a year about Syed’s increasingly abusive behavior towards the Hadi family.

“I am tired of the police. I hate the police. Because the police, they didn’t do nothing—nothing! Look at everybody dying here. All these people murdered.” he said. Syed, he said, “would fight with me, he would fight with my brother.”

The Albuquerque Police Department told The Daily Beast they had not received any calls for service related to Syed from the store’s address.

Syed was however questioned and arrested multiple times by police for domestic violence and battery in the four years leading up to the murders of four Muslim men in Albuquerque, court and police records obtained by The Daily Beast show, but each time charges against him were dropped.

Hadi said the dispute between his brother and the Syed family may have started when Zahir refused to give Muhammad a refund for a bag of rice. “My brother rejected that,” Hadi said, adding that the relationship had deteriorated from there.

In February 2020, Syed approached the Hadi family’s empty car in the parking lot of the Islamic Center of New Mexico in southeast Albuquerque. Surveillance video captured by the center’s camera shows Syed walk up to a car and duck down out of sight. When he stands up he appears to be putting something into the pocket of his jacket. He then walks away calmly.

Hadi’s wife, Nasima, reported the tire-slashing to the Islamic Center and Syed was subsequently told to leave the center. He did not return for several months, according to reporting from the Albuquerque Journal.

A year and half later, on the evening of November 21, 2021, Zahir was shot in the head as he sat in the back parking lot outside his store having a cigarette. The next morning, Hadi says he cleaned his brother’s blood off the asphalt.

Syed has now been charged with the murders of Aftab Hussein, 41, on July 26, and Muhammad Afzaal Hussain, 27, on Aug. 1. He is the “primary suspect” in the murders of Naeem Hussain, 25, who was killed on Aug. 5 after attending a funeral for two of the other victims, as well Ahmadi’s death, according to police. While three of the victims killed were Shiites, Muhammad Afzaal Hussain was a Sunni, the same as Syed, leaving many confused as to the true motives of the murders.

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