Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Japan' started by ISUSucks, Sep 27, 2011.
Youtubing all the night, I'd have to go with Shinji Ono, closely followed by Shunsuke Nakamura
He got me interested in professional football.
Shinji Ono grabbed my attention first, then Nakata. But Shunsuke overtook them to become my favorite.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y_lEn2qImA"]?????Hidetoshi Nakata??????????????????????? - YouTube[/ame]
Nakata. Scared to think where we would be without him.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMQHFPpC7mo"]???? ???? -SHINJI ONO 1998-2010- - YouTube[/ame]
Too bad he was injury-prone...
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLNRtuxkXZg"]Sota Hirayama nice GOAL! - YouTube[/ame]
稲本 even though he sat on the bench when was in Europe. His goal against Belgium and Russia made him my favorite.
Besides the usual, Shoji Jo...do not laugh!!
Jo.... He made a lot of haters when he was laughing everytime he missed great scoring opportunities in France '98. Too bad Okada didn't use Wagner Lopes and kept believing in Jo...
Yasuhito Endo for sure. I LOVE HIM!
I'm still mad at Jo after thirteen years..
hahahah had a good laugh checking that, thx
It's sad to think that Ono and Nakata are still theoretically young enough to still be playing for the national team if it wasn't for injuries/losing interest.
Not Japanese, but those two always stood out for me.
Ono. He could playmake, finish chances, run all day and even tackle and defend. A pity he was so unlucky with injuries.
At least it didn't turn out as bad as it could have for the NT, with Endo stepping up to fill in Ono's void.
Of cause i will vote for H.Nakata, if i got 1 more vote i will vote for Hiroshi Nanami.
Kazu for sure. He is the best japanese player of all time.
he made a big impact while playing in Brazil and had a great sucess in early J-League.