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The early years of the J. League saw many world-class stars arrive in Japan, but few, if any, gave as good service as Dragan Stojkovic.

The Serbian spent seven of his best years as playmaker-in-chief for Nagoya Grampus Eight, while captaining his country at the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000, as others wound down their careers with one final payday in front of a new and eager audience.

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