Since I come from Italy I just want to make the point that Hyuga plays for Reggiana, team of Reggio Emilia in northern Italy (serie C) and not for Reggina, which represents Reggio Calabria in the southern part of the country (serie A and this last year serie B).Quote:
Last edited by booga; December 09, 2009 at 12:52 PM.
Thanks for the clarification booga, I always thought he played for Reggina
According to their first announcement here, you can see there are nearly 7 players who can be eliminated instead of Ishizaki.
I mean these players such as:
are more likely to be in trouble than Ishizaki who were pretty much in all important matches,and not only he has took part but also he's saved Japan many times with his speciality(devoting his face to Japan)
I don't think that Takahashi lets him go so easily after devoting many(even small) parts of CT to him.
I believe when it comes to loyalty Ishizaki sets the pace.
You really think that he's the one worth giving up on him if there are going to be some cutbacks???!!!
Those 7 players haven't had any special role in international matches then it seems more logical for them to leave the team.
Anyway beside many negative remarks about him, I still think he will be useful despite he is not my favourite character.
I was refering to Japan's starting 11.
If you prefer, if Soga Yuji and Igawa Hayato join the team, Ishizaki and 1 or 2 other defenders may be removed from the starting 11 and join the list of useless bench players you've just established in your post. Even if they don't leave the team, that's trouble for their screentime.
Last edited by Shinji; December 10, 2009 at 12:54 PM.
I'm really sorry for reposing my previous post there was a problem in the process of editing my post then I had to delete it while you reply.You think any changes is necessary? my post should be forward yours
I can delete it if I have to (
No, I've deleted mine, everything looks fine now.
Yes their join will effect others screentime but remembering how Aoi and Akai join the team(they both joined when Japan was in trouble because members like Misaki and Matsuyama were absent)we can conclude that Takahashi used to enter a new member when there is a necessity and also new members never took others places.
You saw that when Akai came Matsuyama was absent and when Matsuyama was back Akai was injured so there wasn't any conflict also after that Akai went to Italy and again ,no problem!
I would rather see Soga Yuji and Igawa Hayato join the team not by making trouble for others appearance, but you know injuries are unavoidable in soccer and if there are going to be some substitutions in such cases it's better to see some surprises like Akai or Aoi, isn't it?
Plus abroad players can't participate in all matches since they have some priorities,so we shouldn't be worried so much about their appearance
Last edited by sita; December 10, 2009 at 01:49 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
I'm not talking about what I'd like to see, but what might happen.
Aoi replaced Misaki when he was injured, but Misaki wouldn't have been injured if the character of Aoi wasn't introduced in the first place. The author injured Misaki so Aoi could have a bigger part in the competition, so it was indeed harmful to Misaki's screentime.
Same for Akai, even if Matsuyama did come back, the author wouldn't have made him miss the match if it wasn't to feature Akai.
Moreover, Aoi also stayed in the team even when Misaki was here, which was harmful to other players: The Tachibanas, Sawada (mostly Sawada), and arguably Sano (not too much since Sano basically took Misaki's slot).
Yeah, the oversea players are currently busy, but that won't change the fact that Ishizaki and probably others will have troubles to stay in the formation.
Just look at the Final Countdow one-shot: Ishizaki is already missing. Add the Futsal Combi, Soga Yuji and Igawa Hayato to this formation... Then many characters will spend time on the bench when they could have been on the field without them.
So yeah, maybe they'll be injured, maybe they'll have something else to do, maybe they'll be abducted by aliens, but the fact is that they won't play as much as before.
All I'm saying is that new players are inevitably harmful to old characters' screen time.
see,if you look things like this, then Aoi and Akai are not harmful at all.
So yes old players will have less time to appear but letting newer to come is unavoidable too.
Probably you say(as you said before) author can use previous players and let them do what new players are going to do, but I think an author can't go on like this since he has to improve each character for each match and if he over do it they may become much more far from real players.
And who cares about Ishizaki anyway
Although I like someone like Nitta, I think "the better for the team" is always wanted..A 3 top (correct me if it's not the name) with Hyuga, Hino and a third super striker will be too great, Hyuga and Hino is great enough, but Hyuga and Nitta is balanced enough..IF NITTA DOES A DAMN STRIKER JOB > < Please don't start telling me how much he jumped above the ball in World youth. Guys, wasn't Nitta shown to be so strong, speedy and fast learning in and before the match against Nankatsu? That's the Nitta I'm really wishing for, the one we all liked..specially in the video games. And Urabi was twice shown to be improved so much (With Nitta and with RJ) then suddenly he's nothing more than Ishizaki. Is the fan database affecting such decitions by Takahashi?
That's what I mean, he was something close to Ishizaki, suddenly he's Otomo's captain taking the ball from Tsubasa, then a player in the super RJ squad scoring the first goal, then he's back to where he was in an instant.
You're overexagerating. Being the captain of Otomo only means that he has the best captainship spirit of the players in Otomo. After all he was the Captain of Nishikigaoka, it's not all that great.
He didn't take the ball from Tsubasa alone, plus it was a one time thing, outside of the match, when Tsubasa wasn't prepared.
He scored against Morisaki (...) with Hino assisting him, showing the importance of postplay.
He was better prepared at first both times, sure, but we've seen everyone train like hell afterwards, so things are returning back to normal, it's logical.
A question just come to my mind, but since my knowledge about soccer is indeed limited it may seem somehow ridiculous
I was just thinking if it is possible to have only 1 reserved goalkeeper?
Is there any special rule supervises on the configuration of 22 reserved players?I mean do we always have fixed number of reserved players in a particular post?
I really feel shy by this question but I have something in my mind that needs knowing the answer of this question