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Andres Iniesta became the latest big-name player to join the J-League after agreeing terms with Vissel Kobe Thursday.Here AFP looks at Iniesta's signing, four other big moves to Japan and one that made headlines going in the opposite direction:For Kobe to sign a player of Iniesta's stature, albeit at 34-years-old, bucks that trend in spectacular fashion.Brazil legend Zico was part of perhaps the best team never to win the World Cup in 1982 but was well past his swashbuckling best when he made the shock announcement he was coming out of retirement to play in Japan.The former Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid star, one of Iniesta's boyhood heroes, joined Vissel in 1996 and helped them win promotion to the J-League's top flight.
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