Akaki Chi no Eleven Lyrics
Akaki Chi no Eleven Opening Lyrics
Akaki Chi no Eleven Ending Lyrics
|Title:||Akaki Chi no Eleven|
|Also Called:||The Dark Red Eleven | The Red-Blooded Eleven | 赤き血のイレブン|
|Released on year:||1970|
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Soccer is almost a combat sport at Shinsei high school, and new team coach Teppei Matsuki is a fully paid up sadist who will push his team as hard as they need to win. Shingo Tamai, a headstrong school bully, and his friend Ohira are determined not to be bullied into joining Matsuki's team; instead, they form their own squad and play for fun at first, struggling to keep up with Matsuki's team.
They play other teams as their skills improve, becoming stronger and more crafty until they face the top Asakase high school team and star player Misugi Yan in the schools' final.
Shingo develops his skills as a center forward and looks forward to playing a visiting Brazilian squad amid a tangle of subplots involving old rivalries and injuries, as well as a mixed-race player seeking his identity and his lost mother (who turns out to be in jail). He is seriously injured during a game, but his talent, which even Pele, the legendary Brazilian footballer, recognizes, is matched only by his willpower. He recovers with the help of an old rival's friend, Matsuki, and helps the team win.
This is the first in a long line of Japanese soccer soaps that stretches from Captain Tsubasa to Captain Tsubasa and beyond.
Ikki Kajiwara and Kosei Sonoda created the manga.
(Image courtesy of The Anime Ecyclopedia).
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Ikki Kajiwara's manga series Akakichi no Eleven (, Akakichi no Irebun, literally "Red-Blooded Eleven") is illustrated by Mitsuyoshi Sonoda. Between 1970 and 1971, an anime adaptation directed by Ken Yamada and produced by Kimio Ikeda, Hiroshi Mishima, and Takahashi Noboyuki for Tokyo TV Doga aired, consisting of 52 episodes lasting approximately 24 minutes. Every Monday from April 13, 1970, to April 5, 1971, the series aired on Nippon Television in Japan. It was first broadcast in Italy in 1982, on local television stations. Other transmissions, known as "ARRIVANO I SUPERBOYS," aired on Super 3, Naples Channel 21, and TMC, with a different assembly of the opening theme and the end.
It is the first anime to focus solely on soccer.
At the time, it was popular among male soccer players. Furthermore, it was pointed out that the importance of spirit theory, technology commentary, and other related topics had been overlooked..
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