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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the ([[ClicheStorm admittedly obvious]]) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, and it doesn't help that the ''guy'' they're fighting over is quite the [[TheScrappy bell-end]].

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the ([[ClicheStorm admittedly obvious]]) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face sort out their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, and it doesn't help that the ''guy'' they're fighting over is quite the [[TheScrappy bell-end]].


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, and it doesn't help that the ''guy'' they're fighting over is quite the [[TheScrappy bell-end]].

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) ([[ClicheStorm admittedly obvious]]) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, and it doesn't help that the ''guy'' they're fighting over is quite the [[TheScrappy bell-end]].


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, especially because they start fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, especially because they start fighting over a and it doesn't help that the ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.they're fighting over is quite the [[TheScrappy bell-end]].


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant {{tsundere}} bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, especially because they start fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face their feelings for each other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant {{tsundere}} bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, especially because they start fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face up their feelings for each other, while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant {{tsundere}} bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, especially because they start fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face up their feelings for each other, other while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant {{tsundere}} bickering comes off mostly as mean-spirited, especially because they start fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face up their feelings for each other, while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their {{tsundere}} tactics toward other mostly come off as mean-spirited, especially because they started fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face up their feelings for each other, while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their constant {{tsundere}} tactics toward other bickering comes off mostly come off as mean-spirited, especially because they started start fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face up to their mutual feelings their feelings, all while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their {{tsundere}} tactics toward other mostly come off as mean-spirited, especially because they started fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face up to their mutual feelings their feelings, all for each other, while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their {{tsundere}} tactics toward other mostly come off as mean-spirited, especially because they started fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Despite the majority of the teams having yuri subtext, [[YuriFan yuri fans]] are not very happy that the main team has a crush on their [[TheFaceless faceless]] [[TheScrappy male]] [[DieForOurShip coach]] who is gone since the first episode. It gets worse for them when another team has a male crush as well.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Despite the majority of the teams having yuri subtext, [[YuriFan yuri fans]] are not very happy that the main team has a crush on their [[TheFaceless faceless]] [[TheScrappy male]] [[DieForOurShip coach]] who is gone since the first episode. It gets worse for them when another team has a male crush as well.well.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: While the makers clearly didn't want to go for the (admittedly obvious) {{yuri}} route, it still would have made for a more compelling story if Yuri and Megumi had to face up to their mutual feelings their feelings, all while also trying to perform well at the tournament. As it is now, their {{tsundere}} tactics toward other mostly come off as mean-spirited, especially because they started fighting over a ''guy'' who turns out not to be all that deserving of their feelings.

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* ArcFatigue: The arcs given to some of the side cast are often criticized for not really going anywhere, [[spoiler: notably in Nagisa's arc, which sets up a typical ExtremeDoormat character development plot only for Nagisa to end up submitting to Izumi by the end of it anyway, leading many watchers to wonder 'what was the point'?,]] and contributing little to the plot as a whole. This isn't helped by the fact that the teams that were given arcs have as much relevance by the end as the teams that weren't. (That is, as [[spoiler: mere rivals for our leads]])


AudienceAlienatingPremise: Despite the majority of the teams having yuri subtext, [[YuriFan yuri fans]] are not very happy that the main team has a crush on their [[TheFaceless faceless]] [[TheScrappy male]] [[DieForOurShip coach]] who is gone since the first episode. It gets worse for them when another team has a male crush as well.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Despite the majority of the teams having yuri subtext, [[YuriFan yuri fans]] are not very happy that the main team has a crush on their [[TheFaceless faceless]] [[TheScrappy male]] [[DieForOurShip coach]] who is gone since the first episode. It gets worse for them when another team has a male crush as well.

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AudienceAlienatingPremise: Despite the majority of the teams having yuri subtext, [[YuriFan yuri fans]] are not very happy that the main team has a crush on their [[TheFaceless faceless]] [[TheScrappy male]] [[DieForOurShip coach]] who is gone since the first episode. It gets worse for them when another team has a male crush as well.

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