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  • Season 1
    • Episode 26
      Episode 26
      Episode 26
      9/26/10
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    • Episode 25
      Episode 25
      Episode 25
      9/26/10
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    • Episode 25
      Episode 25
      Episode 25
      9/19/10
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    • Episode 24
      Episode 24
      9/19/10
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      ETU continues their run. Will they prevail? Only time will tell.
    • Episode 23
      Episode 23
      Episode 23
      9/12/10
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      Just before the match against Osaka, a question is posed to Natsuki... Does the ball belong to your team? Or you?
    • Episode 22
      Episode 22
      Episode 22
      8/29/10
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    • Episode 21
      Episode 21
      Episode 21
      8/22/10
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    • Episode 20
      Episode 20
      Episode 20
      8/15/10
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    • Episode 19
    • Episode 18
      Episode 18
      Episode 18
      8/1/10
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      ETU is coming off its fourth match in a row. No one is sure if the team is in top shape or not when the match against Albireos Niigata begins. The built-up pressure and excitement leads Akasaki to get a yellow card while defending. At halftime, Akasaki says something that sparks a giant argument. The coach and others try to break it up in haste when they come to a quick conclusion.moreless
    • Episode 17
      Episode 17
      Episode 17
      7/25/10
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    • Episode 16
      Episode 16
      Episode 16
      7/18/10
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    • Episode 15
      Episode 15
      Episode 15
      7/11/10
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    • Episode 14
    • Episode 13
      Episode 13
      Episode 13
      6/27/10
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    • Episode 12
      Episode 12
      Episode 12
      6/20/10
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      Nagoya can’t break ETU’s defense line, so they put Carlos up front and attack with their strongest formation. This is exactly what Tatsumi has been waiting for. ETU is desperate to withstand the Brazilian onslaught. They block their shot and begin their own counter attack. That was Tatsumi’s plan all along. The ball goes to Gino and ETU’s attack finally begins. Who will score?!moreless
    • Episode 11
      Episode 11
      Episode 11
      6/13/10
      0.0
      ETU vs Nagoya Grand Palace. In the first half, ETU is faced with a relentless assault, but thanks to Tsubaki’s repeated smooth plays, the danger of losing a point is always averted. Fuwa slowly starts to realize that Tatsumi’s plan has been set in motion. However, ETU does not launch a full assault. While Matsubara can’t hide his worries about the defense-only match, Tatsumi is grinning smugly. And the thing Tsubaki sees when he gets on the field is…!moreless
    • Episode 10
      Episode 10
      Episode 10
      6/13/10
      0.0
      The fans are demanding that Tatsumi is canned. The opponent they face during their last stand is Nagoya Grand Palace, led by ETU’s former manager Fuwa. In a stark contrast to ETU, Fuwa has been winning cup and league matches. He is an absolutely rational coach who used expensive foreign players to raise the power of the entire team. In the beginning, the Brazilian trio goes on a fierce offensive, but Tatsumi’s plans are already in motion…moreless
    • Episode 9
      Episode 9
      Episode 9
      6/6/10
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      Since Tatsumi became manager, ETU has lost 4 matches in a row. The Skulls fan group can’t conceal their anger any longer. At the peak of their anger, they stop the players’ bus and demand an apology from Tatsumi. Tatsumi stops Murakoshi from appeasing the crowd and tries to go out himself. Does he have a secret strategy against Nagoya Grand Palace?!moreless
    • Episode 8
      Episode 8
      Episode 8
      5/30/10
      0.0
      After hearing a rumor that Kuroda is about to transfer, Matsuhara feels uneasy. However, Tatsumi declares again that the starting players will be picked with the soccer tennis game. Amongst the disgruntled players, Kuroda finally lets his anger explode and boycotts the training. Matsue, who also left the training, begins to tell Kuroda about a mistake that they as center backs had not noticed yet.moreless
    • Episode 7
      Episode 7
      Episode 7
      6/6/10
      0.0
      A league match against manager Kurashi’s Javelin Iwata. After a lucky shot puts Iwata in the lead, ETU is totally overrun by Iwata’s assault. After being dissatisfied by the way the game went, the free reporter Fujisawa asks Tatsumi a question at the press conference. While he answers it cooly and whips up another frenzy there, the next match against Sun Arrow Hiroshima is another loss…moreless
    • Episode 6
      Episode 6
      Episode 6
      6/6/10
      0.0
      A league press conference is being held. While everybody is in formal attire, Tatsumi wears his normal clothes. He meets Nagoya Grand Palace’s manager Fuwa, who has history with ETU, and meets last season’s 2nd, Osaka Gunners’ manager Dulfer. When the ceremony begins, Goto and Yuri are worried; quite right, as Tatsumi lets loose once again. A dubious Frenchman takes a liking to Tatsumi and takes him away…moreless
    • Episode 5
      Episode 5
      Episode 5
      6/6/10
      0.0
      Second half of the Tokyo Victory match. Tsubaki screwed up and gave the opponents a chance to score. Tatsumi tries to fire up Tsubaki by saying that he shouldn’t worry about a foul. In order to combat Victory’s increasing pace, Tatsumi puts in offensive players midfield. Though Tsubaki was motivated by Tatsumi, it doesn’t go well and his efforts turn our disastrous. Meanwhile, Murakoshi re-examines himself as a player and tries to find a hole for the counter attack.moreless
    • Episode 4
      Episode 4
      Episode 4
      5/30/10
      0.0
      The first match for the new ETU under Tatsumi’s lead is against the champion, Tokyo Victory. The Victory players take note of Gino wearing the captains mark, and the new starter, Tsubaki. During camp Tsubaki did not show much potential, but in this match he shines in tandem with Tatsumi’s tactics, shaking up the Victory bench. Tatsumi starts to explain his reasons to coach Matsuhara who was surprised by Tsubaki’s good performance.moreless
    • Episode 3
      Episode 3
      Episode 3
      5/30/10
      0.0
      On the first day of camp, Tatsumi’s instructions were: self-training. On top of that, Tatsumi makes it even harder by insisting that they all share a single ball. When the players start arguing about what should be focused on, finally a brawl breaks out. While the coaches are trying to break it up, a late player called “Prince” appears.moreless
    • Episode 2
      Episode 2
      Episode 2
      5/30/10
      0.0
      Tatsumi takes on the veteran team with his new starter candidates in a skirmish. The young players follow Tatsumi’s instructions in order to strike at the weaknesses of the veterans, and thus secure their own starting spots. The next day at a press conference, Tatsumi announces another big shocker. Murakoshi then let’s his anger explode at Tatsumi.moreless
    • Episode 1
      Episode 1
      Episode 1
      5/23/10
      0.0
      Takeshi Tatsumi led the 5th division team of Eastham, England to 32nd place in the FA cup. Now he’s been called back to coach his old home team, the small and weak “East Tokyo United (ETU)”. On the first day of training, Tatsumi picks the starter candidates with nothing but the times from 30 meter sprints.moreless
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