Last Updated: 21 Nov, 2022 | Views: 312
Profession: Sports Men
Other Profession(s): Football player
Takefusa Kubo is a well-known Japanese professional footballer born in Japan. Takefusa Kobo was born into a middle-class household. His ancestors hail from the Japanese city of Kawasaki, which is well-known for its baseball, field sports, and horse race. Takefusa Kobo's parents insisted their son would not sacrifice his soccer education for anything, even though most families in Japan raise their children to get them an education and help them land non-sporting jobs.
Takefusa had a natural predisposition to become obsessed with soccer because of his upbringing in a sports-mad city and his father's love of the game.
Takefusa Kubo began participating in the local football league FC Persimmon at 7 in his hometown of Kawasaki.
Due to the desire for his performances from other regional academies, Takefusa moved to Tokyo Verdi in 2008 and Kawasaki Frontale in 2010.
Takefusa continued to play in the same manner as the player who could outdistance opponents as if they didn't exist.
Achievements and Awards:
They were ecstatic when Takefusa received the contact to attend tryouts with a prestigious Japanese club connected to FC Barcelona.
Takefusa Kobo won MVP in 2009 for a contest he entered when he was eight years old.
Early on, Takefusa recognized that he had that cruise control ability to stay on the ball as a natural talent.