The Bushido Standard
The lead striker of FC Nakama. He was Twisting Tiger 's best friend when Tiger was still with Nakama. When Ura Giri deceived the team by accusing Tiger of exposing their deepest secrets, they unexpectedly became enemies because of some misunderstanding, but that was for a short while. They then became friends again in Between Friends. He has some bandages on his legs due to an accident involving Twisting Tiger but his injuries were healed after some time.
An honorable man, he is a force to be reckoned with if angered, and will let that anger cloud his mind. That being said, he is also incredibly loyal - perhaps a bit too loyal - especially to his coach. He is also close friends with Twisting Tiger and keeps in touch with him regularly. He also has a strong mind, resulting from his meditation everyday to keep him self control for the game or practice. He also seems calm and polite when seen talking to people. Like Tiger, he is also talented and wise as well as mature. Miko is also hardworking man that trains hard to win.
His best friend, almost a brother, when he left for Supa Strikas, he didn't mind until Ura Giri, his coach, convinced him that Tiger had betrayed Nakama by revealing their deepest secrets. This enraged Miko and his teammates. Thankfully, once this lie was exposed, they made up and are presumably still good friends. In Season 4, Episode 51: 12th Man, Tiger skype him to talk about the game, and Miko seems spooked after encounter with FC Sultan, resulting their chat to be short partly because he is still spooked or because he feared if his coach find out he talked to his friend from the opposite team.
They didn't seem close but they have good terms as seen that they didn't have hard feelings after their game and in Season 4, Episode 42: Live And Kicking, he is seen to be greeting Shakes when he arrived in the building and cheered for him when he's in trouble. Like Shakes, he dislike Skarra's dirty tactics and bad sportsmanship. After the commotion is over, and it was revealed that they got involved in a reality show, they are grateful no one got killed.
After he and Twisting Tiger got in bad terms after the commotion Ura Giri set up in order to win, El Matador was the one who sort things out with the help of Spenza, and can be assumed to be on good terms like the other players in the opposition team. In Season 4, Episode 42: Live and Kicking, he didn't made fun of him when he made his appearance in the challenge, when he didn't get invited there. They are in good terms.
While he was extremely loyal and obedient to his coach, that doesn't mean Miko have in common with his coach. When his coach deceived him, his entire club, alongside him got furious over the fuss he created. In Season 3, Episode 37: Cheese, Lies and Videotapes, Miko got tired over his coach persistent to use dirty tactics to sabotage Supa Strikas and confront him, saying Supa Strikas are worthy advisory. When his coach revealed to make a condolence letter to Coach, thus lightly suggest to use an evil scheme, Miko quickly prevent him and let him resumed to the letter, thinking it was much more safer than anything!
His entire member of FC Nakama
His relationship with them are good and often helped them to keep them on top. They also are good guys and Ura Giri was the one who's the villain.
- He is Twisting Tiger's best friend.
- He eats rice and Sushi everyday for protein and energy
- He knows 7 different martial arts and has samurai training
- He is one of the rivals of Supa Strikas that doesn't use dirty tactics to win, resulting that his coach was the one being the villain.