I have tried and tried and tried. I have just not been able to maintain a blog. So I have decided to blog about two things I love. Football and quizzing. Lets see if I can keep this going at a desirable pace.
He won the FIFA U-17 World Cup for Japan before leaving the country to play in Brazil, for Sao Paulo FC and played against Carlos Santana. He then won the AFC U-19 Championship, enabling Japan to qualify for the FIFA U-20 World Cup where he grabbed a hat-trick and they beat Brazil 3-2 AET in the final before he moved on to FC Barcelona, winning an El Clasico 6-5 with a hat-trick and 3 assists. He was an inspiration to Hidetoshi Nakata, Zinedine Zidane, Allesandro del Piero and Fernando Torres among others.
But not in the way you think he did. Who is this amazing Asian?
On Easter Sunday 1768, he took a young woman, Rose Keller, whose sexual services he had procured (though it is debatable whether she was a prostitute or not) to his chateau, where he imprisoned and sexually abused her. She escaped through a second floor window. Later, in Marseilles in 1772, he poisoned several prostitutes using an aphrodisiac extracted from a beetle and also sodomized his manservant, Latour.
In 1886, the Austrian psychiatrist Richard Freiherr von Krafft-Ebing, wrote, "...I feel justified in calling this ____________ because the author _________________ frequently made this perversion, which up to his time was quite unknown to the scientific world as such, the substratum of his writings. I followed thereby the scientific formation of the term "Daltonism", from Dalton, the discoverer of colour-blindness."
Identify and connect these two apparently very separate persons.
The all-time highest appearance maker for his club as well as in his league, his club retired his jersey, but only under the condition that if any of his sons made it through the Academy, they could have his number if they wanted to. Who is he?