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The biggest lesson I've learned by living abroad for the last four years is the importance of communication.

The biggest lesson I've learned by living abroad for the last four years is the importance of communication.

I think that the World Cup is a big factor for this increased interest. I don't believe all of this is a result of just myself but also because of the others who are playing abroad. ---->>>

As a professional athlete, I believe that I need to explore my opportunities to the maximum, in order to excel and continue to play the best football I can. ---->>>

Living in Europe, I was surprised to find out just how little everyone knows about Japan. ---->>>

We had only snacks last time, I think it was OK for a day time menu. But this time it will be late night when people gather so we should add some proper meals. ---->>>

I notice that teams are now more interested in Japanese players than when I first went to Europe. ---->>>

I will never again stand on the pitch as a professional player. But I won't stop playing the game. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Japanese
Born: 01-22, 1977
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Occupation: Athlete
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Hidetoshi Nakata, Cavaliere OSSI (中田 英寿, Nakata Hidetoshi, born 22 January 1977) is a former Japanese football player who played as a midfielder. He is widely considered to be one of the most famous Asian footballers of his generation, and one of the greatest Japanese players of all time. Nakata began his professional career in 1995 and won the Asian Football Confederation Player of the Year award in 1997 and 1998, the Scudetto with Roma in 2001, played for Japan in three FIFA World Cup tournaments (1998, 2002 and 2006) and competed in the Olympics twice (1996 and 2000) (wikipedia)