History Manga / AreaNoKishi

6th Nov '15 8:29:27 AM Larkmarn
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Cut trope.
* NoKoreansInJapan: Ri Akitoshi, the senior goalkeeper for Enoshima High School, is ethnically Korean, as revealed in the manga such as v.18 c.149 and v.23 c.188. Kim Daesun, a midfielder for Tsujido Academy, is also Korean.
26th Jul '15 7:54:59 PM Willbyr
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larger, higher-quality version
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* WingdingEyes: Sported by Kakeru after Kouta puts him through several wrestling holds trying to find out more about Kakeru's childhood friend, Seven.
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* WingdingEyes: Sported by Kakeru after Kouta puts him through several wrestling holds trying to find out more about Kakeru's childhood friend, Seven.Seven. ----
26th Jan '14 2:44:26 PM LongLiveHumour
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** ActorAllusion: This isn't the [[{{Naruto}} first time]] [[AkiraIshida he]] has [[NurarihyonNoMago had the tanuki]] as an AnimalMotif
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** ActorAllusion: This isn't the [[{{Naruto}} [[Manga/{{Naruto}} first time]] [[AkiraIshida he]] has [[NurarihyonNoMago had the tanuki]] as an AnimalMotif
25th Jan '14 10:30:53 AM Prfnoff
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Namepsace
* [[spoiler:DeadStarWalking: [[JunFukuyama Suguru.]] Bonus points for actually being a soccer star.]]
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* [[spoiler:DeadStarWalking: [[JunFukuyama [[Creator/JunFukuyama Suguru.]] Bonus points for actually being a soccer star.]]
15th May '13 2:25:43 PM AndyLA
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Technically, a goal is a point, but it's just weird in soccer when you say you score a "point" (do you say that in hockey, by the way?). That's better suited for sports where the ball doesn't get contained when the point is scored, like volleyball or tennis.
* RightBehindMe: This happens to Nishijima while bragging about a point he scored on one of the team's top defenders in a practice match (after Kakeru spent most of the match wearing him down.)
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* RightBehindMe: This happens to Nishijima while bragging about a point goal he scored on one of the team's top defenders in a practice match (after Kakeru spent most of the match wearing him down.)

--> '''Nishijima''': "Oooo owwow! Ouch!!"
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--> '''Nishijima''': "Oooo "[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Oooo owwow! Ouch!!"Ouch!!]]"
15th May '13 2:23:42 PM AndyLA
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Aizawa Kakeru is an energetic and dedicated eighth grader who serves as the manager for his school’s [[FootyRules football]] team. Though he was well known for being a talented player the previous year, an [[MysteriousPast accident]] during one of his games caused Kakeru to vow never to play competitively again. Still passionate about the sport, Kakeru dreams of one day becoming a professional football trainer so that he can work alongside his older brother Suguru, the ace of the school team who has represented Japan in international competition. However, [[AloofBigBrother Suguru does not approve]] of his younger brother’s goal, calling Kakeru a coward for letting his fears hold him back. Further complicating matters is the return of a young woman and former childhood teammate named “Seven”, who Kakeru had a crush on years ago. Shortly thereafter, a challenge issued by a mysterious masked individual reminds Kakeru just how much he misses competing against others in the sport he loves. ''Area no Kishi'' is a sports {{manga}} written by Igano Hiroaki and drawn by Tsukiyama Kaya. Initially released in 2006, the series is published in the ''Weekly {{Shonen}} Magazine''. An anime adaptation starting airing in the [[Winter2012Anime winter 2012 anime season]].
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Kakeru Aizawa Kakeru is an energetic and dedicated eighth grader who serves as the manager for his school’s [[FootyRules football]] team. Though he was well known for being a talented player the previous year, an [[MysteriousPast accident]] during one of his games caused Kakeru to vow never to play competitively again. Still passionate about the sport, Kakeru dreams of one day becoming a professional football trainer so that he can work alongside his older brother Suguru, the ace of the school team who has represented Japan in international competition. However, [[AloofBigBrother Suguru does not approve]] of his younger brother’s goal, calling Kakeru a coward for letting his fears hold him back. Further complicating matters is the return of a young woman and former childhood teammate named Nana Mishima, a.k.a. “Seven”, who Kakeru had a crush on years ago. Shortly thereafter, a challenge issued by a mysterious masked individual reminds Kakeru just how much he misses competing against others in the sport he loves. ''Area no Kishi'' (lit. "Knight of the Area", i.e. of the penalty box) is a sports {{manga}} written by Igano Hiroaki and drawn by Tsukiyama Kaya. Initially released in 2006, the series is published in the ''Weekly {{Shonen}} Magazine''. An anime adaptation starting airing in the [[Winter2012Anime winter 2012 anime season]].
20th Feb '13 9:53:37 AM Arha
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Dead Little Sister was renamed. Check to see if the example actually fits before readding.
* [[spoiler: DeadBigBrother: Suguru to Kakeru.]]
2nd Oct '12 7:10:03 AM tropower
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* CliffHanger: The anime ends just as [[spoiler:Enoshima is about to face Yoin in the semifinals.]]
29th Aug '12 11:40:33 PM cshin9
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* NoKoreansInJapan: Ri Akitoshi, the senior goalkeeper for Enoshima High School, is ethnically Korean, as revealed in the manga such as v.18 c.149 and v.23 c.188. Kim Daesun, a midfielder for Tsujido Academy, is also Korean.
26th May '12 4:30:14 AM AnimeOtaku
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* FestivalEpisode: Part of episode 21 takes place at a festival with Nana and Mai providing some KimonoFanservice.
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