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Lol, Almieja's son's friend is kinda creepy...
Bah, but looking at the ball... and considering we don't see how Almieja hit Marientos, I somehow think that he hit the ball.
It might be a yellow for Morientes if it was a simulation. We didn't see the clash well enough and because of that, in order to build suspense for the next chapter, I think that's exactly what will happen. It's too predictable actually (and CT as a whole) and I'd be more surprised if it does end up a penalty and red card
it's already the second yellow card ,that mean he will take the red card for sure.
about the penalty , if it happen it will be goal for sure special wz the level of barca's goalkeeper, making the scoare 2-0 will be the reason why rivaul must inter the match since tsubasa will be alone ,and barca will be only 10 players.
the strange thing about this volum ,it's name (breaking the white wall),and barca didn't scoar any goal ,what does Taka mean by that name ?!!!!.
i feel that Shinji want to release another chapter today ...wow that will be great ....hugh thanks 4 u Shinji.
Last edited by majed2000; May 31, 2009 at 08:34 AM.
My lamentation regarding Schneider's coverage was that during Bayern v.s. Hamburg, we didn't get to see much of Schneider's (former) brilliance. Mostly, we saw his frustration and his inability to overcome Wakabayashi. Schneider pretty much didn't stand a chance unless something really unusual happened (compounded super passes from teammates, Wakabayashi leaving goal post to join an offense). I didn't like how, lately, Schneider v.s. Wakabayashi rivalry has made Schneider into some sort of a joke. He has been more or less completely outgrown by Wakabayashi. And, also, the 50-50 chance thing of scoring against Wakabayashi is nothing more than an irrelevant nostalgic wishful thinking that Schneider clings onto to feel good about himself.
On the other hand, Tsubasa v.s. Naturezza rivalry really makes Naturezza shine like a bright star in the sky.
majed2000: A volume's title is always the title of one of the chapters. Here, it was the title of chapter 92.
As for the meaning of the chapter's title, destroying "the wall" doesn't necessarly mean scoring a goal. In this chapter, Tsubasa has shaken the stability of the defense, and thus, "destroyed the wall".
angel1980: You could think that way... But you could also think that Schneider managed to win, was the one who broke Wakabayashi's invincibility record, was the only player who could score to him, scoring twice, one of the goals being from outside of the penalty area. I mean, more than that and Wakabayashi wouldn't even have put a good fight, right?
Now, Natureza sure has fancy techniques and everything, but it's not like he did what Schneider accomplished.
Ha, I was right with Almieja hitting the ball^^
And nice distraction Tsubasa caused due to Natureza being focused on fighting Tsubasa and looking at the Chapter Name, I'd suppose, that Tsubasa scores the very next chapter or in the next play :x
Edit: @slc459: Sorry to have spoiled it to you, read the chapter, when it was released and I had to talk about it :x
Last edited by Invis; May 31, 2009 at 11:32 AM.
Just completed reading the chapter and it was good. does not look like Tsubasa will score this goal, it might be scored by someone else here..
Last edited by slc459; May 31, 2009 at 11:08 AM. Reason: read the chapter again
Personally, I think if anyone is gonna score the first goal for Barsa, it's gonna be Tsubasa And by the looks of things, that goal is going to be coming quite soon.
Is it just me or does that artwork look nothing like Shingo Aoi? 0.o
It's just you
The angle of his face is a bit unusual though.
So unusual that you can only know him by reading the name
He looks like a Tsubasuyama :P
They aren't so small, do not have such fuzzy hair, aren't wearing their uniform like that, and aren't so lively with such a big smile (especially Matsuyama).
With his eyebrows in that angle it looks like he's frowning a bit, but that's really the only detail that could have a slight resemblance to them >_>
Exactly. Also the hair and the nose are alittle bit different, and the eyes usually are more rounded. Look at the moment where he and Hyuga punched each other's hands. That's how his face should be. Anywayz you're right about the jump and the uniform.
That's not the same angle That's why you feel it's different when it isn't.
For example, look at a coin 3/4 from below, it's not a perfect circle, is it?
Well, Aoi's face is 3/4 below, so his eyes aren't that round, you sse his nose a bit from below, and it looks like he's frowning, and so on...
This ref is awesome! He should ref the current games now instead of the crappy ones we see nowadays!