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Japan 2008 Home kit Small

Japan 2008 Home kit Small

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Condition: ★★★★★

This jersey is in excellent condition. It fereatures Adidas Clim Cool Technology and the size is Small.

In 2008, the Japanese national football team, also known as the Samurai Blue, had a reasonably successful year. Here are some of their key performances and achievements in 2008:

  1. 2007 AFC Asian Cup: Japan participated in the 2008 AFC Asian Cup, which was held in Qatar. They had a strong showing in the tournament and reached the semi-finals. 

  2. 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification: Japan participated in the qualification process for the 2010 FIFA World Cup during 2008. They had a successful campaign, finishing at the top of their qualification group, which secured their place in the World Cup in South Africa in 2010.

  3. Kirin Cup: Japan also played in the Kirin Cup, an international friendly tournament held in Japan. They finished as the runners-up in the 2008 edition of the tournament.

Some of these players included:

  1. Shunsuke Nakamura: Shunsuke Nakamura was a highly skilled midfielder known for his technical ability and set-piece expertise. He played a key role in the Japanese team and was a valuable asset in creating scoring opportunities.

  2. Yasuhito Endo: Yasuhito Endo was another influential midfielder who played an important role in controlling the midfield and distributing the ball effectively. His passing ability and vision were crucial for the team.

  3. Keisuke Honda: Keisuke Honda emerged as a promising young talent in 2008. He was known for his versatility, playing both as an attacking midfielder and on the wing. His creativity and goal-scoring ability made him an important asset.

  4. Yuji Nakazawa: Yuji Nakazawa was a veteran defender who provided stability at the back. He had strong leadership qualities and was a reliable presence in the Japanese defense.

  5. Shunsuke Nakamura: Hidetoshi Nakata was a former Japanese international who had retired from international football by 2008 but remained a notable figure in Japanese football. He had a successful career in Europe and was an inspiration to many Japanese players.

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