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Sep 25, 2016 2:08 PM

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Lol, this is officially one of the crappiest sports anime series I've ever watched in my life! That pathetic loser missed a clear chance 2 meters from the goal line and everyone says it's not his fault. Then whose is it?!? He should have never been part of the 17 players that were chosen for this tournament, but looks like the coach was on drugs or is just inadequate. Furthermore the animation during the matches is a total joke. As if I'm watching a slide show. Terrible work by Mappa. Didn't expect that from them. I'm on the verge of dropping this good for nothing series.
 
Sep 25, 2016 5:32 PM

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DarkRanger said:
That pathetic loser missed a clear chance 2 meters from the goal line and everyone says it's not his fault.


Reminds me ALOT of what Mkhitaryan did with Dortmund against real madrid tho :P Missed like the 1000000000000% chance of the game to make the important goal and yet Dortmund fans still supported him. Coach changed, Miki played the season of his life with Dortmund, becoming Bundesliga player of the year. Sometimes ppl need stuff like that to happen to advance in life.
 
Sep 28, 2016 7:32 AM

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Chazy-Chaz said:
DarkRanger said:
That pathetic loser missed a clear chance 2 meters from the goal line and everyone says it's not his fault.


Reminds me ALOT of what Mkhitaryan did with Dortmund against real madrid tho :P Missed like the 1000000000000% chance of the game to make the important goal and yet Dortmund fans still supported him. Coach changed, Miki played the season of his life with Dortmund, becoming Bundesliga player of the year. Sometimes ppl need stuff like that to happen to advance in life.


Yeah man, they supported him because he had played some great matches with Dortmund and one miss, however huge it may be, can't deny that fact. What I'm trying to say by talking shit about the MC is that in real life guys(question mark) like him are only fit to carry the towels maybe. Football is something you need to have in your veins so to speak to become a good footballer. This brat doesn't have a single skill that can be developed in order for him to become a valuable part of his team. And there's no way in hell that he can gain enough skill just by training. You need to have something in you. That's the reality. Some have more than others and are called talents. Others have less and need to work super hard in order to reach the others, but these others also have a ground which they can work on. One more thing - with that shitty physique he has one heavier tackle and he's done with this sport before he's even started. :D
 
Sep 30, 2016 9:13 AM

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With how things were going, I was expecting a win and focus on the nationals for sure. It was nice to see this parallel between Tsukamoto and Kazama as they've both found a place they want to be for the first time.

This show manages to be corny as all hell and yet drives home inspiring messages. I just loved this quote from Chikako, it made so much sense for where I'm at right now:

"If you truly challenge yourself to achieve something and give it your all, there's nothing in this world that can stop you. It's because people give up halfway through that makes them look like they've failed. Defeat, despair, failure...you've got to swallow it all! Everything is part of your next victory! Nothing is ever in vain! None of your efforts have been in vain!"

Also serious freak out when those guys' faces were plastered to the window. Chikako's reaction is priceless. Calmly measuring out each of their punishments.
 
Oct 2, 2016 4:37 PM

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Well, I gotta say hats off. That was a really good episode, whilst I didn't like the obligatory crying and female lead's rant, I really liked the beginning of the episode and it just continued on nicely.
 
Oct 8, 2016 6:33 AM

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LOL at Mizuki in his white suit. Kazama finally feels like part of a real team, which is why he feels frustrated that they lost. Before, he only played for himself but now he's playing with a team and he kind of feels their pain too. At least, that's what I think.
 
Oct 9, 2016 7:25 PM

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Pretty standard episode showing the aftermath of a loss. This show is still heavy-handed but it was well done for its heavy-handedness. Excellent voice acting from Kazama's voice actor in the club room scene. I also enjoyed seeing Ubukata telling Tsukushi that it's ok to cry. And that last bit with Tsukushi sleeping on her shoulder and the other first years watching on.

Halfway through this series now and not sure if I should continue. I'm sure Tsukushi will be improving in the second half but with the pacing of this show being the way it is, I'm afraid he won't actually do anything significant until the last episode. :( And while I like seeing the internal journey that characters go through, for a sports show, I actually expct to see some physical abilities too!
 
Nov 6, 2016 2:21 AM

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Tearful episode, why Seiseki was eliminated ; _ ;
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Dec 25, 2016 5:22 AM

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Wow... despite the comment I left in the previous episode's thread about how shitty it would be if Tsukushi would still miss that shot, I actually didn't expect he would actually miss it. The goal was wide open in front of him. Oh well... hope he makes up for it the next time somehow. Whether or not he made the shot or not, it still wouldn't have changed my opinion of him anyway, I still don't like him. lol
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Dec 25, 2016 10:52 PM

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An acceptance episode, kind of embarrassing to do that in a diner.
 
Jan 20, 8:53 AM

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Wow he totally bottled it.. and the burden of being responsible for the loss is completely on him!

Tough but I'm sure it'll build him up
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Apr 23, 11:08 AM

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Today I came to know about the name of a spine crusher move which I have seen many times but never knew what it was called...German Suplex!!



 
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