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Wales' oldest man is now thought to be Clifford Parfitt, 107, from Blackwood.
Misao Okawa, a Japanese woman recognized as the world's oldest person, died at the age of 117 in Osaka in April.
West Brom were third oldest team - 28 years, 157 days.
Paul Andrews, Family Business United founder, said: "The contribution family firms have made over the years in terms of revenue generation, employment, contribution to GDP and tax revenues, not to mention supporting their communities, should not go unnoticed, and we are keen to compile the oldest in the region.
Overall Younis Khan became the 16th oldest player to achieve the feat.
His record-breaking age means Japan now boasts both the oldest man and the oldest woman in the world.
That makes Weaver the second-oldest person in the world behind 116-year-old Misao Okawa of Japan and the 11th oldest person of all time, he said.
A 116-year-old Japanese woman, Misao Okawa, is the world's oldest living person, according to the Gerontology Research Group.
Aside from being the oldest Facebook user, she is also the oldest licensed driver in California.
In his statement to the Guinness World Records after he was named world's oldest man, Sanchez said he did not feel accomplished for being old.
The number of the oldest boomers who are retired continues to rise, with 52 percent fully retired now, up from 45 percent in 2011 and 19 percent in both 200O and 2007.
Kimura was recognised by Guinness World Records as the world's oldest living person in December 2012 when a woman from the United States died at the age of 115.