Japanese football legend Shinji Ono is hanging up his football boots at the age of 44

Ono did this in 2002 with Feyenoord when he won the UEFA Cup in the shirt of the Rotterdam team after a final against Borussia Dortmund. For the attacking midfielder, this was the highlight of four successful years at the Dutch club.


Ono participated in three World Cups with the Japanese national team. He collected 56 caps and scored six goals. In 2000 he was named Asian Footballer of the Year.

Ono also played for Hamburg and Western Sydney Wanderers, among others. He played his last match on Sunday. With Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo he lost 2-0 to Urawa on the final day of the Japanese J-League.

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