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Yeah Bowser, i was hoping to see how they pass through Wakashimazu too =//
Probably they did what every futsal player do, fast passes and fast dribles.
Anyway, i wonder how Akai is doing in Serie B, do you guys think that his team will be promoted to Serie A?
Well, people reading ahead of the scanlation already have the answer, maybe you should say if you want to be spoiled or not.
I don't want to be spoiled, i just want to know what the people here think about that... =P
Kazuo & Masao will do something new I guess and I'm really looking forward to see it.
Why not? I dont think Brazil ever won the olympics, and this is Golden 23 which is about Olympics...? Could it be top of the world? He's already won the World Cup...and when you say you can't "tell", do you mean you don't know or you don't wanna spoil itQuote:
Well, first, because no one is making an allusion to the olympics here, even though we, readers, know about this. When I say I can't tell, I mean I don't know for sure. If it's the olympics, then Takahashi don't know how to write a story anymore.
But even though I can't say I'm sure, there are many elements on my side: Roberto made a similar allusion, about achieving his dreams through Tsubasa in Road to 2002, when we didn't know about the olympics, and Tsubasa was "just" building the game for Barca.
Here, Roberto says something like "from now on onwards", that would mean the dream isn't a goal or objective that Tsubasa will achieve in the near future, but just the fact to continue his soccer career in a big european club, a thing that Roberto never did.
Even though Roberto was probably good enough to. I see what you mean.
Maybe become the best player in the world, and maybe making Japan win the world cup since Roberto has japanese roots, or anywayz bringing his team to the top, whatever top it is.
The fustal players' scene was great too, it reminded me of Tsubasa's one on one defeat from Rivaul when we suddenly saw him on the ground and Rivaul owning the ball. But something is mysterious for me, "taking revenge on the golden age" ?! what are they hiding?
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Roberto was playing for Brazil. And again, from now on onwards doesn't suggest a final goal, but a continuity.
Roberto gets very emotional when he sees Tsubasa anyway. I know peeps that spout a lot of crap when they're in that state. I'm not thinking much into it.
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Why did u edit? it was cool
So their revenge is based on them not being given a chance to turn pro, while all of the Golden Generation members realized that dream. Interesting story and I'm really looking forward to seeing how it unfolds. Still haven't seen their combi-play either ...
My prediction of these two becoming forwards is starting to shape up nicely with Kira pointing out Sorimachi's potential in defense. That leaves only Hyuga and Nitta as typical strikers. That again, who knows who Kira might pick to change to a forward.
And talking about Sorimachi, I liked seeing another long ignored player given some screen time. Same goes for the Tachibana twins, who were out of action since the first World Youth game and got a panel or two in Road to 2002.
Thanks for the quick release Shinji
But you should start a new thread since the week is over and Goal 6 isn't included in this topic.