The Japanese football team is currently in 40th position in the FIFA ranking. This evolution throughout the past years reflects the clear bet that was made in football all across the Orient.

This season, there are 4 Japanese players that serve in Portuguese professional championship teams: Shoya Nakajima and Theo Ryuki (Portimonense SC); Shoya Tōjō (CS Marítimo) and Robson (CD Cova da Piedade).

Shoya Nakajima is the highlight in the Portuguese First League. The international Japanese player is 23 years old and his morphotype, with well-marked features of the typical player from the Land of the Rising Sun: technician, 164 cm, fast and with extremely agile movements, which in his position of advanced provides him amazing moves.

Shoya Nakajima

In 4 official matches, he has already scored 3 goals. When playing for the FC Tokyo back in Japan, he scored 6 goals in 29 matches.

Last year, he won the U23 Under-23 Asian Football Confederation, and was named the best player in 16 teams.

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