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Hehe yes, Naturezza is another technique thief like Tsubasa. He doesn't seem to be suffering from the pressure of the upcoming match though.
But Tsubasa will pull through, he ALWAYS does so :P
It seems that twin-shot plus RobeCarlo kick have more devastating effect than normal twin-shot.
IF BARCA WON the upcoming match, then CT is just insulting too much of real-life mimicking character more than I insult Tsubasa in CT.
wow chapter 81 already you are really fast this week shinji
are you busy this weekend or why are you scanslating them all so fast?
well... thx anyway
Where do we meet Natureza in world youth again?
Mik3: Not working this friday.
BlaZeR: As stated in the last chapters of Road to 2002, it was during the finals of the World Youth. You know, the one who blew off Hyuga, got past Tsubasa *twice*, scored to Wakabayashi from outside of the penalty area... Wait, there's no way in hell someone can forget him... Did you actually read World Youth?
I have a new-found liking to Naturezza. Somehow him stealing looks a lot better than Tsubasa Also loved the twin shot and the Real players' comments
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So you saying that for example an under-19 world tournament is a bigger stage than El Classico? How many times have you heard of the first and how many times has the second been all over the media?
woah wayyy too surprised =]!!! 2 releases AND it was interesting!
Nah, this is the low self esteem for Tsubasa because he dreams too much of Barca until he has no spine to play on a capacity which is somewhat similar to the Brazilian club (forgot which) that he had played before.
Even if its not the clasico duel, well he'll still tremble in fear.
Tachyon: all of the reasons are pretty much stated in Tsubasa's nightmare in Road 80.
He's making his debut match in the most important game of the liga, a match that the whole world is expecting, the greatest stage in the World, against the greatest club in the world with only big names like Roberto Carolus, with Natureza playing full time, they are on a winning craze unlike Barcelona, who are in a pinch with a lack of cooperation, no victories, with Van Saal and Gonzales' careers at risk, and he must have good results replacing the best player in the world... And so on.
Mail: Grandios, Luikal, Semon, Luis Enpoli, Payol, and many other Barca players, are all mimicked real-life characters as well. So explain to me why it would be an insult for mimicked real-life players *ONLY* if Barca won?
Also, instead of just throwing your usual random rambling at Tsubasa, why not try backing your messages with actual facts coming from the manga for a change? The clasico is *stated* to be a reason for Tsubasa to feel pressure.
You just sound as much hateful towards him when he's perfect than when he's showing some flaws, unlike what you said previously.
tyug: do you mean that all the other chapters so far were boring?
Well, if Gandios, Luikal Semon, Luis, and Payol are that great, than they don't need Tsubasa to win the Clasico as Top Shita wasn't the reason for them winning it before. And they kept losing (and draw) even when Rivaul is with them. Plus, the Madrid players are overall better during that time when they always wins (aside of Valencia and Deportivo LC) the Liga and the Clasico are a little detour of the La Liga.
To win something big (if you may say so), you need to build the momentum or else you'll not have the confidence to do so. R Madrid spirit are high and with the momentum going their way, then the least they can go is a draw (not losing).
Barca meanwhile are on losing streak (draw at 1st and then lost the other 2). So Shinji, be kind and face the truth about Barca not being able to muster a winning confidence (yet).
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Just as I thought, you didn't answer the question at all. Let me tell you why: because since Barca also have real-life characters, it's not an insult for real-life characters at all if Barca wins.
If you want to judge the performances of the Barca players, wait until you see them with a working formation, with a non-injured dedicated game maker, without bad luck pursuing them, in short, without all the problems they had so far.
You are the one who must face the truth, the manga should've taught you some things if you actually read it.
Players reveals their potential during crisis.
The stronger isn't always the winner.
Anything can happen.
Do you have the guts to actually tell me that even the best team in the world can never lose one match?
That soccer is always about logic? That anything can be predicted in soccer?