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* BilingualDialogue: In the live action adaptation, Minami's conversation with [[spoiler:Peter Drucker in a dream when she was unconscious]].


* ComicBookFantasyCasting: Minami is modeled after Minami Minegishi of Music/AKB48 in the manga. Ironically, in the LiveActionAdaptation Minegishi portrayed Ayano instead, while her namesake was portrayed by her colleague, Atsuko Maeda, who has more acting experience.

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* ComicBookFantasyCasting: Minami is modeled after Minami Minegishi of Music/AKB48 in the manga.Music/AKB48. Ironically, in the LiveActionAdaptation Minegishi portrayed Ayano instead, while her namesake was portrayed by her colleague, Atsuko Maeda, who has more acting experience.


* ComicBookFantasyCasting: Minami is modeled after Minami Minegishi of Music/AKB48 in the manga. Ironically, in the LiveActionAdaptation Minegishi portrayed Ayano instead, while her namesake was portrayed by her colleague, Atsuko Maeda, who has more acting experience.



* GetAHoldOfYourselfMan!: Minami starts [[SanitySlippage going off]] on a tyraid about how horrible of a person she is [[spoiler:following Yuki's death]], forcing Jiro [[WhatTheHellHero to slap her]].

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* GetAHoldOfYourselfMan!: Minami starts [[SanitySlippage going off]] on a tyraid tirade about how horrible of a person she is [[spoiler:following Yuki's death]], forcing Jiro [[WhatTheHellHero to slap her]].


''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara'' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]], animated by Creator/ProductionIG. The story is about Minami, a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management'', after her best friend Yuki (the original manager) falls gravely sick.

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''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara'' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime anime, animated by Creator/ProductionIG, to be aired by Creator/{{NHK}} in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]], animated by Creator/ProductionIG.season]]. The story is about Minami, a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management'', after her best friend Yuki (the original manager) falls gravely sick.


'''''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara''''' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]], animated by Creator/ProductionIG. The story is about Minami, a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management'', after her best friend Yuki (the original manager) falls gravely sick.

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'''''Moshi ''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara''''' Yondara'' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]], animated by Creator/ProductionIG. The story is about Minami, a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management'', after her best friend Yuki (the original manager) falls gravely sick.


'''''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara''''' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]]. The story is about Minami, a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management'', after her best friend Yuki (the original manager) falls gravely sick.

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'''''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara''''' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]].season]], animated by Creator/ProductionIG. The story is about Minami, a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management'', after her best friend Yuki (the original manager) falls gravely sick.


* IllGirl: Yuki. [[spoiler: She does NOT get better.]]

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* IllGirl: Yuki. [[spoiler: [[DoomedByCanon She does NOT get better.]]]]]]


* CrypticConversation: A conversation between Minami and Yuki starts off as general baseball team talk then gradually Yuki's tone and words grow more and more ominous. [[spoiler:Yuki then dies later on, sealing the fact she was aware her time was growing short]].



* CrypticConversation: A conversation between Minami and Yuki starts off as general baseball team talk then gradually Yuki's tone and words grow more and more ominous. [[spoiler:Yuki then dies later on, sealing the fact she was aware her time was growing short]].



* SaveOurTeam: One of the reasons Minami became a manager.



* SaveOurTeam: One of the reasons Minami became a manager.


* ActorAllusion: [[YoukoHikasa Minami]] played Romeo when she was younger. Good thing [[KOn she wasn't shy.]]

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* ActorAllusion: [[YoukoHikasa [[Creator/YokoHikasa Minami]] played Romeo when she was younger. Good thing [[KOn [[Manga/KOn she wasn't shy.]]


'''''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara''''' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]]. The story is about a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management''. There is also a live-action film, which was released on June 4, 2011.

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'''''Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Dorakkā no "Management" o Yondara''''' ("What if the Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker's ''Management''?"). Originally a business novel by Natsumi Iwasaki, Moshidora was adapted to a 10-part anime in the [[Spring2011Anime Spring 2011 season]]. The story is about Minami, a girl who decides to manage her school's baseball team using the principles of Drucker's ''Management''. ''Management'', after her best friend Yuki (the original manager) falls gravely sick.

There is also a live-action film, which was released on June 4, 2011.



* CrypticConversation: A conversation between Minami and Yuki starts off as general baseball team talk then gradually Yuki's tone and words grow more and more ominous. [[spoiler:Yuki then dies later on sealing the fact she was aware her time was growing short]].

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* CuteSportsClubManager: Yuki was one before being hospitalized. Minami takes over and becomes one.
* CrypticConversation: A conversation between Minami and Yuki starts off as general baseball team talk then gradually Yuki's tone and words grow more and more ominous. [[spoiler:Yuki then dies later on on, sealing the fact she was aware her time was growing short]].



* IllGirl: Yuki

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* IllGirl: YukiYuki. [[spoiler: She does NOT get better.]]


* ComingOfAgeStory



* DidNotDoTheResearch: Reconstructed. As it turns out that Drucker's Management book is pretty useful.
* ComingOfAgeStory


* LesYay: Ayano openly admitted that, she likes Yuki.

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* GetAHoldOfYourselfMan!: Minami starts [[SanitySlippage going off]] on a tyraid about how horrible of a person she is [[spoiler:following Yuki's death]], forcing Jiro [[WhatTheHellHero to slap her]].

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* ComingOfAgeStory

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