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Nagoya Grampus manager Dragan Stojkovic on Monday hinted at coming out of retirement — for one night — to deal Japan its first ever defeat under Alberto Zaccheroni.

“If Kazu (Miura) can play, so can I,” Stojkovic said at Nagai Stadium in Osaka, where his J. League select team will face the national side on Tuesday in a charity match to aid the victims of the March 11 quake and tsunami. “We’re the same age.”

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