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Ah yes, I believe you guys finished the entire road to 2002 in Italian, amright?
By helping Shinji, things are going faster so you have my thanks.
silen:thanx alot 4 the information and for ur efforts to help shinji really this is great .
as 4 hyuga now he will have hard time ,and now there are alot of questions to be asked:
will he stay in the new team untill qualification to serie B then a ? ,of course this will take alot time.
or he will stay a short time ,but how he will prove that he improved alot during that time .
is the coach going to ask him somthing to achieve like tsubasa.
the last question is there hope to see hyuga Vs aoi n RT2002 ? ...i guess not .
at least i hope to see somthing about Aoi Vs Akai .
Last edited by majed2000; April 20, 2009 at 07:39 AM.
Rivaul entered before and only able to draw. Plus when he's injured, he's injured. Tsubasa when injured felt like nothing when he wants to play.
Never heard before that the La Liga can have a team playing three games in three days. The standard is like 2 games a week (max) then another one in the start of the following week = 3 games in 8 days. So, it should have been 1 point in 8 days/3 games.
the second time tsubasa was injured n WY and wasn't as bad as the first one ,beside he had alot of partners that time ,Aoi,Hyuga,Matsuyama,Misugi,and Misaki n the finals.
about barca and Rivaul ,i think barca doesn't have now the kind of players they can rely on to help Rivaul or take his rule if he wasn't playing
about the system of the la liga ,i dont think they ment three games in three days ,i think takashi ment 3 rounds or weeks ,but since the round takes 1 day (all the matches of the round played n the same day ) ,that mean they played 3 dayes only .
"~Mail~": Well, sorry to contradict you, but you're wrong. if you look at the matches carefully, everytime Tsubasa is absent, injured, knocked down or whatever, the opponent is either winning (Hamburg, Bremen), scoring (Hanawa, Germany) or dominating (Mexico).
Yes Rivaul left, then came back and Barca only tied against Valencia... Just like Nankatsu and Toho. No difference here, except your hate towards Tsubasa
When someone says 3rd day, it means the 3rd round of matches... They didn't play 3 matches in 3 days >_> everyday isn't a Liga day.
I've never seen Mail satisfied, I don't even know why he does read this mangá, he's always complaining about everything.
At least ~Mail cares enough about the manga to visit this forum every week. Haven't you heard of a love-hate relationship, in which one loves and hates something at the same time?
lol..easy on the man
I feel that he's enjoying the manga, but then argues about what he felt needs a discussion..This is refreshing the forums always and brings out new infos like Silen's Italian boost a page ago ^^
Yeah, I prefer people posting often. It's not like he's just throwing insults, at least it leads to some discussions.
Though it would be refreshing as well to see him talk about what he likes once in a while >_>
Heh, thanx angel & abo3omar for the leap of defense.
Well, every manga/comic that I read always have some that I hate and some I like. Even if their Hero is too super.
3. Naruto (when using full chakra)
4. Tsubasa (when winning)
2. Incredible Hulk
4. Tsubasa (when in dilemma)
Reasons: well not in this discussion..
We've been following Tsubasa for a long while now and know what he's capable of, so nothing surprising here. Nice to see Barca B can score at least once without Tsubasa being involved (Barca scored 7 and Tsubasa had 3 goals and 3 assists)
Three things deserve noting:
- The relationship between player and manager Rivaul and Van Saal showed. It's actually a very real phenomenon in modern football with teams changing their coaches as often as they do. They sometimes take one or two of their former players to their new teams and with a guy you know, it's easier to start your work. The one example I can think of on the spot is Martin O'Neil taking Stilian Petrov from Celtic to Aston Villa as he was appointed Villa manager.
- Hyuga being rented. I think this needs serious clarification as using the word 'transferred' implies him being moved permanently. He's just being sent on rent in order to build up match experience and he'll come back stronger than ever. Nice to see both the coach and physio trusting in Hyuga's opinion on this instead of just sending him away. Still, I think Kojiro would do just fine in Serie B, but it might just be a case of the team he's going to being the only one requesting a rental at this point.
- Hyuga's shower scene. Some of the female fans on here might have a heart attack
I didn't like how it was made seem like Barca is a one-man-team. It shouldn't be like that by any logic, especially considering Rayo Vallecano have never been a team with a class even close to Barca's. I know it's just to build up the story, so when Tsubasa comes storming in he can bask in the glory of his godlike status, but it's just plain silly.
P.S. No Nitta
How could I not mention Hyuga's shower scene... Obviously for fangirls
Well, if you take into consideration the dialog of the two childs, and all the narrator's remarks, then you shouldn't feel as if Barca is a one-man team... They mostly were awfully unlucky.
Even Rayo Vallecano doesn't seem to be all that good, one of their goal was pure luck and they didn't even scored the last one themselves.
I can identify with Mail's hatred for Tsubasa...except I hate Nitta for absolutely no reason
I believe that's the 2nd time a defender scored a self-goal in the manga. I don't remember which Japanese defender did the first one. Might have been Ishizaki
Oh , and I'm a big fan of the truck driver. When is he making an appearance? Or maybe Shinji can release a one-shot of our beloved driver.
Last edited by Tachyon; April 21, 2009 at 02:08 PM.