Hidetoshi Nakata

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HIDETOSHI NAKATA

REAL LIFE
Hidetoshi Nakata (born 22 January 1977 in Yamanashi Prefecture) is a retired Japanese midfielder. Nakata began his career at Bellmare Hiratsuka, before moving to Italian club Perugia in 1998.

After a season and a half at Perugia, Nakata moved to Roma for a fee of over €21 million, and helped them win the Serie A title in 2001. After his successful spell in Rome, Nakata moved to Parma for a reported €28 million and cemented his reputation as one of the best Japanese footballers of all time. Nakata retired at the age of 29 following a short loan in England with Bolton Wanderers.
Full name
Hidetoshi Nakata

Date of birth
22 January 1977

Place of birth
Kofu, Yamanashi, Japan

Height
1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)

Playing position
Midfielder
YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
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1ROMA406
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0BOLOGNA172
1FIORENTINA240
1BOLTON WANDERERS311

YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
9🇯🇵 JAPAN7711
ITEMS
Base Version

1998

Known for his speed, creativity and hard-working style, Hidetoshi Nakata’s performances for Bellmare Hiratsuka earned him a full debut for Japan in 1997. Through the remainder of the year, Nakata played a key role as his country qualified for the 1998 FIFA World Cup™, their first visit to the ultimate international competition. He scored 5 goals during qualifying and claimed 3 assists in the play-off final against IR Iran. Nakata was awarded the Japan and Asian Footballer of the Year awards for 1997.
Mid Version

2006

In 2006, Hidetoshi Nakata competed in his third consecutive FIFA World Cup™ for Japan. Having played in all three of Japan’s matches in 1998 and all four in 2002, he once again featured in each of Japan’s fixtures in 2006.

His personal highlight came against Croatia where he was named man of the match with an industrious performance. Following Japan’s game with Brazil, at just 29 years of age, Nakata announced his retirement from football.
Prime Version

2001

Hidetoshi Nakata joined Roma in January 2000 following an impressive 18-month spell with Perugia. His big moment came in the 2000-01 season when he came off the bench with Roma 2-0 down away to title rivals Juventus. He made an immediate impact, scoring from 30 yards before playing a key role as the game finished 2-2.

Nakata’s excellent cameo ensured Roma maintained a six-point gap at the top of the table. He finished the season with his first league success as Roma claimed the Serie A title.

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September 2019 – December 2019

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September 2019 – February 2020

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December 2019 – September 2020

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February 2020 – September 2020


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