According to Japanese media reports such as “sponichi” and “daily sports”, since the current president of the Japan Football Association, yukzo Tian, will expire his term of office in March next year, the Japan Football Association will re-elect the president of the Football Association. Former Japanese international Ryuki Miyamoto and Japanese Football Association official Takuma Suzuki will participate in the election.
Born in 1957, yukzo Tian is a former Japanese football player, but he chose to retire at the age of 25. He joined the Japan Football Association in 1993 and has been the president of the Japan Football Association since June 2016. Next March will be the fourth expiration of his term as the president of the Japan Football Association. At that time, he will resign.
As for the two candidates for the new president of the Japan Football Association, the 46 year old Hengjing Miyamoto is a former Japanese national player. He has participated in the 2002 and 2006 World Cups with the Japanese national team. He became a director of the Japan Football Association last year and now serves as a special director; At the age of 61, tokushu Suzuki is now the special person in charge of the chairman’s office of the J League. He was once the right-hand assistant of the “godfather of Japanese football” Saburo Kawakami, and participated in the work related to Japan’s bid to host the 02 Korea Japan World Cup. It is reported that the Japanese Football Association will open the voting session for the new chairman of the Football Association on December 24.