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    Captain Tsubasa J for Game Boy Colour FAQ
    By Mykas0
    Mykas0 [at] hotmail.com
    version 1.2
    12-06-2004
    
    
    BE SURE TO READ THIS FIRST PART! You can read this faq as long as you
    don't change ANY part of it (including this small introduction). Also,
    you can print it but only for use at your home, you may NEVER sell 
    this stuff or else you will make me really mad and maybe I won't work
    anymore! Finally, if you want to use this faq on your site you have to
    mail me and ask me for it, I will almost surely grant it to you! =)
    
    
    Now, about this game...
    At first look it may seem a great game, but at the end it is the worst
    Tsubasa game I’ve ever played! Although you can watch a cool intro, like
    Tsubasa against Hyuga for a Head Shot, when you get to the real game it
    looks completely messed up, for example, you can only see your opponents
    when they get near you or, most of the time, after loosing the ball to
    their tackles. The only good thing are some occasional manga graphics.
    If you are having problems playing it, stop playing (...) or keep reading.
    I don't believe there's much more to be said...
    
    
    0. About the series
    	0.1 Story of Captain Tsubasa
    	0.2 Story of Captain Tsubasa World Youth
    	0.3 Story of Captain Tsubasa Road to 2002
    	0.4 Story from the Captain Tsubasa Movies
    	0.5 Info about Captain Tsubasa "extra" books
    	0.6 Match results for Captain Tsubasa
    	0.7 Match results for Shin Captain Tsubasa
    	0.8 Match results for Captain Tsubasa World Youth
    	0.9 Match results for Captain Tsubasa Road to 2002
    	0.10 Players' data
    	0.11 Teams' data
    1. Tips
    2. Walkthrough
    3. Controls
    4. Contacts
    
    
    0. About the series
    
    1.1 Story of Captain Tsubasa
    
    This manga talks about a boy who enjoys playing soccer more than anything in
    his life. The story starts when he moves into a new city, where he meets
    Ishizaki and the great goalkeeper Genzo Wakabayashi from the Shutetsu school,
    the champion of Japan. After a individual confrontation between them, Tsubasa
    meets Roberto Hongo, which will be his coach, and we assist to the great game
    "Nankatsu vs. Shutetsu". In the middle of the game Taro Misaki arrives and he
    will form the "Golden Combination" with Tsubasa, ending the game by 2-2.
    Together they will play on a new team, Nankatsu (yeah, the same name but a
    different team) and come up to the national championship, where they start by
    losing against Meiwa (with Kojiro Hyuga and Takeshi Sawada in it) by 6-7, they
    win to Tachibana Twins’ Hanawa (those two had a really strange but original way
    of playing) by 3-2, to Nakanishi’s Naniwa by 5-1 and to Jun Misugi’s Mushashi
    (he was really good, but had heart problems) by 5-4. So, the finals will be...
    "Nankatsu vs. Meiwa" (again!), but this time it will be even more interesting
    since both team have new goalkeepers, as Ken Wakashimazu for Meiwa and
    Wakabayashi for Nankatsu (he was hurt, so he hadn’t play up to now; this will
    be his last game, since he is going to Germany to became a professional
    player), finishing this very long game by 4-2, Nankatsu winning. I shall
    mention Nankatsu’s first goal, in which Misaki (this was his last game too,
    since his father was going to move to another place) and Tsubasa shoot at the
    same time, using an impressive technique that will be called "Twin Shot".
    The story continues 2 years from that championship, during this time Tsubasa
    won two other times the national championship and tries to win a third time,
    feat never achieved by anyone else. After playing against Azuma-ichi, a team in
    which a really rough player named Sõda plays (he damages Tsubasa), they play
    against some old pals, like Hanawa (Tachibana twins used a new technique called
    Skylab) and Tsubasa finally master a shot that will be his special, the Drive
    Shot, against the giant Hiroshi Jito, who played for Hirado. On the finals they
    play against Toho, a team from Tokyo in which Hyuga, Wakashimazu and Takeshi
    now play. Well... sort of, the coach didn’t want Hyuga to play but he did it
    after all, using his special, Tiger Shot. After another long game, it finishes
    in a tie (4-4), being both teams called winner (in this national tournament
    there aren’t any penalty kicks in the end of the games)...
    Now the best players will go into the national team in order to play in an
    international tournament in France. After some preparation matches, one of
    which against Wakabayashi and Karl Heinz Schneider (the "Kaiser" of European
    Soccer, both playing for Hamburg SV), they win to Italy and their "Perfect
    Keeper" Gino Hernandez by 2-1 and to Argentina (with "soccer prodigy" Diaz and
    his friend Pascual, Diaz was surely impressive but Japan's team work made them
    win). After wining to France in the penalty kicks (5-4), they will finally play
    to Germany, which includes Schneider (the "Kaiser"), Kartz, Magas (or Margus, I
    prefer using the first one since it sounds me better), Schester and Dutter
    Muller (a giant keeper), and they win by 3-2. Tsubasa goes to Brazil, to play
    for San Paulo FC with his old coach from the times of early Nankatsu, Roberto
    Hongõ. And this is where the first set of manga’s finish, after 37 chapters...
    
    
    1.2 Story of Captain Tsubasa World Youth
    
    This set of 18 chapters starts with the presentation of a new japanese
    character named Aoi Shingo, who becomes a fan of Tsubasa after his team being
    beaten by Nankatsu (Tsubasa's old team in Japan), so he goes to Italy in order
    to be a better player. After much trouble, he gets to join Inter Milan, whose
    goalkeeper is Gino Hernandez, who becomes Shingo's friend. Then, we get to see
    the brazillian championship's final, Tsubasa against the brazillian prodigy,
    Carlos Santana, who (like Tsubasa) is also able to learn some of the opponent's
    techniques. At the same time, a plot from Gamo (a coach that now appears) is
    unveiled... He made a team of seven players (Real Japan 7, if you are
    wondering) that would confront the japanese nation team (split in 3 groups of 7
    players), and if those last ones lost, 7 players would be thrown out of the
    team. Sadly, they lost, so Hyuga, Misaki, Jitõ, Sõda, Nitta, Masao and Kazuo
    Tachibana are thrown out of the team and Wakashimazu also leaves the team (he
    says he doesn't want to be just a replacement for Wakabayashi), making harder
    to Japan getting a win in the coming event, Asian Cup. With the help of Tsubasa
    (that came back from Brazil) they manage to win the first two matches, but they
    have a hard time against Thailand, since the 3 Konsawatto brothers are really
    good at aerial soccer and Shinpurasu Bunnark (a tough defender who uses his
    Muay-Thai skills in the field) can hurt Tsubasa, making him not able to attack.
    Luckly, Wakabayashi arrives when the score was 4-1, and although he can't catch
    any balls (he had both hands broken, due to shots of Levin and Cruyfford) he
    manages to stop all of the opponent's shots, Shingo also appears and his
    combinated moves with Tsubasa make Japan being able to win this match by 5-4.
    During that time, the 7 players that were thrown out were training hard in
    order to get new techniques, so Hyuga manages to develop one of the best shots
    ever seen, the Rayju (if you are wondering, it is a thunder related beast from
    japanese mythology) Shot. Due to those new techniques those players can (this
    time) defeat R.J.7 and enter the national team in order to play in the Asian
    Cup. They beat teams like Saudi Arabia (from whose captain, the prince Mark
    Owaiaran, appears to be one of the best defenders ever), China (with a player
    named Shõ that is able to counter most shots with his "Dragon Counter Shot")
    and South Korea. By doing so, they get to join the World Cup (for players less
    than 20 years old)... They start by playing against Mexico, whose great
    goalkeeper, Ricardo Espadas, was able to stop Hyuga's Rayju Shoot, but despite
    the difficulties they manage to beat them by 2-1. Against Uruguay, they have
    another hard match, mainly because Ryoma Hino (the "Japanese Bomber", one of
    R.J.7's players, who had double nationality) is also playing and his Tornado
    Shot is great, finally they beat it by 6-5. Against Italy they have an easy
    match since both Hernandez and Salvatore Gentile ("European Libero One") were
    hurt due to Hino's Tornado Shot, and they win 4-0. On the quarters of final
    they get to play against Sweden, who had great players like Larrson,
    Fredericks, Brolin (a good defender who manages to stop Hyuga's Rayju Shot) and
    Levin (yep, the same player who had injured Wakabayashi), but due to the
    appearence of the impressive defender Akai Tomeiya (replacing Matsuyama, his
    mate Fujisawa was in the hospital), who stops every of Levin's Levin Shot
    (yeah, he has a technique with his name ^_^ ) they win 1-0. In the Half Finals
    they get to play against Holland, their captain Brian Cruyfford (the other
    player that injured Wakabayashi) was playing but UNFORTUNATELY we don't get to
    see the match, for some "not interesting" reason, we only know that they won
    1-0. Finally, they get to the World Cup's finals and they will be playing
    against....... Brazil, whose coach is Roberto Hongo (Tsubasa's old coach at
    Japan and Brazil), who says that Tsubasa wouldn't be able to win this time.
    After a first half time in which Brazil was surely better than Japan, Santana
    is able to score a goal to Wakabayashi. Japan counter with a great Twin
    Overhead Shot by Tsubasa and Misaki's Golden Combination and even score another
    goal with Seiki Rayju Shot (in which Rayju is used as a pass and Tsubasa and
    Misaki shoot with a Twin Shot). When the match was almost over, Roberto uses
    his secret player named Naturezza, who is even able to score a goal to
    Wakabayashi FROM OUTSIDE THE GOAL AREA (!), making a tie. On the extra time the
    hard match continues, but at the end Tsubasa finishes by surpassing the great
    player Naturezza and scores a goal, making Japan win the World Cup (for player
    that have less than 20 years old). We also get to know that Sanae and Tsubasa
    get married and this last one goes to play for Barcelona, a spanish team, and
    all the other players join other teams, mainly those of J-League, but some
    (like Hyuga, who will play for Juventus) continue to play in their teams, like
    Akai Tomeiya... And that's how those chapters of the manga finish.
    
    
    1.3 Story of Captain Tsubasa Road to 2002
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    1.4 Story from the Captain Tsubasa Movies
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    1.5 Info about Captain Tsubasa "extra" books
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    1.6 Match results for Captain Tsubasa
    Nankatsu 5 - Nishigaoka 2
    Nankatsu 2 - Shutetsu 2
    Nankatsu SC 7 - Fuji FC 0
    Nankatsu SC 10 - Igawa SC 0
    Nankatsu SC 11 - Kakegawa FC 0
    Nankatsu SC 8 - Hatsukura SC 0
    Nankatsu SC 9 - Nakano FC 0
    Nankatsu SC 7 - Hamana FC 0
    Nankatsu SC 3 - Shimada SC 2
    Nankatsu SC 3 - Shimizu FC 0
    Meiwa FC 4 - ????? 3
    Furano 1 - Sapporo FC 0
    Nankatsu SC 6 - Meiwa FC 7
    Nankatsu SC 9 - Oozu SS 0
    Nankatsu SC 3 - Hanawa 2
    Nankatsu SC 5 - Naniwa SC 1
    Nankatsu SC 7 - Shinshiro 0
    Musashi FC 6 - Hitachi 2
    Meiwa FC 5 - Katsunishi 1
    Furano 3 - Yonago 1
    Nankastu SC 5 - Musashi FC 4
    Meiwa FC 3 - Furano 2
    Nankatsu SC 4 - Meiwa FC 2
    Nankatsu 6 - Ito 0
    Nankatsu 3 - Kawane 0
    Nankatsu 7 - Hamanaka 1
    Nankatsu 4 - Otaichi 0
    Nankatsu 5 - Okabe 1
    Nanktasu 3 - Ohtomo 1
    Nankatsu 2 - Azumaichi 1
    Nankatsu 6 - Nishikigaoka 0
    Nankatsu 3 - Hanawa 2
    Nankatsu 4 - Hirado 3
    Meiwa 2 - Kanemura 0
    Tohou 3 - Chuubo 0
    Furano 2 - Minamiuwa 1
    Nankatsu 3 - Furano 2
    Tohou 2 - Meiwa 1
    Nankatsu 4 - Tohou 4
    ########################Still to be finished########################
    
    
    1.7 Match results for Shin Captain Tsubasa
    
    Japan 3  -  Mihara FC (more than 21 years old team) 1
    Japan 2  -  Mikadowa FC (more than 21 years old team) 0
    Japan 2  -  Toho FC (more than 21 years old team) 1
    Japan 1  -  Hamburgo SV 5
    Japan 2  -  Werder Bremen 3
    Italy 1  -  Werder Bremen 0
    Japan 3  -  Bayern Munich 0
    Japan 3  -  Belgium 1
    Germany 4  -  Canada 0
    Germany 4  -  Portugal 1
    Portugal 1  -  Canada 0
    Uruguay 3  -  Belgium 1
    Uruguay 1  -  Spain 0
    Spain 2  -  Belgium 2
    France 3  -  England 1
    England 2  -  Malasia 0
    France 3  -  Malasia 0
    Japan 2  -  Italy 1
    Argentina 5  -  Italy 0
    Japan 5  -  Argentina 4
    Germany 6  -  Uruguay 1
    France 4  -  Japan 4 (4-5 after penalty kicks)
    Japan 3  -  Germany 2
    Japan more than 21 years old team) 3 - Gremio 3
    Bayern Munich 1  -  Hamburgo SV 2
    Nankatsu SC 0  -  Ohtomo FC 1
    Nankatsu SC 1  -  Toho FC 2
    
    1.8 Match results for Captain Tsubasa World Youth
    
    Inter Milan 2  -  AC Milan 1
    Inter Milan 2  -  Juventus 3
    Inter Milan 1  -  Sampdoria 0
    San Paulo FC 4  -  CR Flamengo 3
    Japan1 2  -  R.J.7 3
    Japan2 0  -  R.J.7 5
    Japan3 0  -  R.J.7 6
    Japan 2  -  China Tai Pei 1
    Thailand 12  -  Guam 0
    Japan 4  -  Guam 0
    Thailand 11  -  China Tai Pei 0
    Guam ?  -  China Tai Pei ? (It was a tie, result not given)
    Japan 5  -  Thailand 4
    Japan (excluded players) 10  -  R.J.7 2
    Japan 8 - Ouzbekistan 1
    Japan 4 - Saudi Arabia 1
    Japan 6 - China 3
    Japan 3 -  Irak 0
    Japan 2 - Korea 0
    Japan 2 - Mexico 1
    Japan 6 - Uruguay 5
    Japan 4 - Italy 0
    Japan 1 - Sweden 0
    Japan 1 - Holland 0
    Japan 3 - Brazil 2
    
    
    1.9 Match results for Captain Tsubasa Road to 2002
    ########################Still to be finished########################
    
    
    1.10 Players' data
    
    All the data in this section was taken from the amazing book "Captain Tsubasa
    3109 days perfect data", by Yoichi Takahashi. I didn't just made it up or
    something like that, all this was translated directly from the book, hope you
    like it! ;) I'll only be referring the data that is given, so don't think I'll
    cover EVERY player... The data is formatted like this:
    
    Player Name
    Country: his country
    Position: his position
    Technique: his technique, from 1 to 5
    Speed: his speed, from 1 to 5
    Mentality: his mentality, from 1 to 5
    Body: his physical skills, from 1 to 5
    Imagination: his imagination, from 1 to 5
    Tactics: his tatic skills, from 1 to 5
    Teams: the teams he played for (not including national teams)
    
    If it has less data than that, it means that the info isn't given about that
    player, maybe i'll add them in next versions of this faq (except for the stats,
    which i WON'T SURELY ADD).
    
    Ozora Tsubasa
    Country: Japan
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4,5
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 5
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Nankatsu, San Paulo, Barcelona
    
    Wakabayashi Genzo
    Country: Japan
    Position: GK
    Technique: 4,5
    Speed: 3
    Mentality: 5
    Body: 5
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 4,5
    Teams: Nankatsu, Hamburgo SV
    
    
    Hyuga Kojiro
    Country: Japan
    Position: FW
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4,5
    Body: 4,5
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 3,5
    Teams: Meiwa FC, Tohou, Juventus
    
    Misaki Taro
    Country: Japan
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4,5
    Speed: 3,5
    Mentality: 3,5
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Nankatsu, ????, Jubilo Iwata
    
    Misugi Jun
    Country: Japan
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4,5
    Speed: 3,5
    Mentality: 4,5
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 5
    Teams: Musashi, ????, FC Tokyo
    
    Wakashimazu Ken
    Country: Japan
    Position: GK
    Technique: 3,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 4,5
    Tactics: 3
    Teams: Meiwa FC, Tohou, Yokohama Flugels, Nagoya Grampus Eight
    
    Matsuyama Hikaru
    Country: Japan
    Position: DF
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 3,5
    Mentality: 5
    Body: 3,5
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Furano, Consadole Sapporo
    
    Masao Tachibana, Kazuo Tachibana
    Country: Japan
    Position: MF
    Technique: 3,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3,5
    Body: 2,5
    Imagination: 4,5
    Tactics: 3,5
    Teams: Hanawa, JEF United
    
    Soda Makoto
    Country: Japan
    Position: DF
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 3,5
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 3,5
    Teams: ????, Tatsunami, Gamba Osaka
    
    Jito Hiroshi
    Country: Japan
    Position: DF
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 2,5
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 5
    Imagination: 2,5
    Tactics: 3
    Teams: Hirado, ????, Avispa Fukuoka
    
    Aoi Shingo
    Country: Japan
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 3,5
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: ????, Inter Milan, ????
    
    Sawada Takeshi
    Country: Japan
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 3,5
    Mentality: 3,5
    Body: 2,5
    Imagination: 3,5
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Meiwa FC, Tohou, ????
    
    Nitta Shun
    Country: Japan
    Position: FW
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 5
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 2,5
    Imagination: 2,5
    Tactics: 2,5
    Teams: Ohtomo, Nankatsu, ????
    
    Ishizaki Ryo
    Country: Japan
    Position: DF
    Technique: 2,5
    Speed: 3
    Mentality: 5
    Body: 3,5
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 3
    
    Urabe Hanji
    Country: Japan
    Position: DF
    Technique: 2,5
    Speed: 3
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 3,5
    Imagination: 3,5
    Tactics: 3
    
    Akai Tomeiya
    Country: Japan
    
    Izawa Mamoru:
    Country: Japan
    
    Kisugi Teppei
    Country: Japan
    
    Taki Hajime
    Country: Japan
    
    Karl Heinz Schneider
    Country: Germany
    Position: FW
    Technique: 4,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Hamburgo SV, Bayern Munich
    
    Carlos Santana
    Country: Brazil
    Position: FW
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3
    Body: 5
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 3,5
    Teams: Bara, Flamengo, Valencia
    
    Natureza
    Country: Brazil
    Position: MF
    Technique: 5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 5
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Real Madrid
    
    Pierre Ellecid
    Country: France
    Position: MF
    Technique: 3,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3,5
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 3,5
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: ????
    
    
    Deuter Muller
    Country: Germany
    Position: GK
    Technique: 3,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 5
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: ????
    
    Ramon Victorino
    Country: Uruguay
    Position: FW
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 5
    Mentality: 3,5
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 3
    Teams: Werder Bremen
    
    Hino Ryoma
    Country: Japan, Uruguay
    Position: FW
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 3
    Teams: River Plate
    
    Hermann Kaltz
    Country: Germany
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 5
    Teams: Hamburgo SV
    
    Gino Hernandez
    Country: Italy
    Position: GK
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Inter Milan
    
    Stefan Levin
    Country: Sweden
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 3,5
    Tactics: 3,5
    Teams: Koln, Bayern Munich
    
    Shou Shounko
    Country: China
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 4,5
    Imagination: 3,5
    Tactics: 3
    Teams: Bayern Munich
    
    Shinpurasu Bunnark
    Country: Thailand
    Position: DF
    Technique: 3,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4,5
    Body: 5
    Imagination: 3,5
    Tactics: 4
    Teams: Espanyol
    
    Juan Diaz
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4,5
    Mentality: 3
    Body: 3,5
    Imagination: 5
    Tactics: 3,5
    
    Salvatore Gentile
    Position: DF
    Technique: 3,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 4
    
    Pepe
    Position: FW
    Technique: 3,5
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3,5
    Body: 3
    Imagination: 3,5
    Tactics: 3
    
    Leo
    Position: FW
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 3,5
    Mentality: 3,5
    Body: 3,5
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 3,5
    
    Manfred Margus
    Position: FW
    Technique: 3
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 3
    Body: 4
    Imagination: 3
    Tactics: 4
    
    Franz Schester
    Position: MF
    Technique: 4
    Speed: 4
    Mentality: 4
    Body: 3,5
    Imagination: 4
    Tactics: 4
    
    
    1.11 Teams' data
    
    All the data in this section was taken from the amazing book "Captain Tsubasa
    3109 days perfect data", by Yoichi Takahashi. As you may think I will only
    cover the data from that book, so I may not talk about every team or every
    player... Also, my translation may not be very good, sorry about that, my kanji
    skills are not very good... The data is formatted like this:
    
    Team: Name of the team
    Tatic: The main tactic of that team
    Attack: The teams' attack, from 1 to 5
    Technique: The teams' technique, from 1 to 5
    Stamina: The teams' stamina, from 1 to 5
    Defense: The teams' defensive skills, from 1 to 5
    Group work: The abillity to work together, from 1 to 5
    Pass: The passing skills of the players, from 1 to 5
    GK.              players of that team,
    2.               only for the ones that
    3.               appear reffered in the
    12.              book
    
    Hope you enjoy it! ;)
    
    Team: Nankatsu SC
    Tatic: 4-3-3
    Attack: 4,5
    Technique: 4
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 3
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 4
    1. Wakabayashi Genzo
    2. Kishida
    3. Nishio Koji
    4. Nakayama
    5. Urabe
    6. Takasugi Shingo
    7. Taki Hajime
    8. Izawa Mamoru
    9. Kisugi Teppei
    10. Ozora Tsubasa
    11. Misaki Tarou
    12. Morisaki Yuzo
    14. Ishizaki Ryo
    
    Team: Shimada
    Attack: 2
    Technique: 1,5
    Stamina: 3,5
    Defense: 4,5
    Group work: 5
    Pass: 3
    1. ????
    3. ????
    8. ????
    10. ????
    11. ????
    22. ????
    
    Team: Shimizu FC
    Attack: 3
    Technique: 3
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 3,5
    Group work: 3
    Pass: 3
    1. Kawakami
    3. Kanda
    6. ????
    7. ????
    9. ????
    14. ????
    
    Team: Meiwa FC
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 4,5
    Technique: 3,5
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 3
    Group work: 3
    Pass: 3,5
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. Kojiro Hyuga
    11. ????
    15. Takeshi Sawada
    17. Ken Wakashimazu
    
    Team: Naniwa FC
    Attack: 2
    Technique: 2
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 2,5
    Pass: 3
    1. ????
    2. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    11. ????
    
    Team: Hanawa
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 3,5
    Technique: 3
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 3,5
    Pass: 4
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. Matsumoto
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    12. ????
    
    Team: Musashi FC
    Tatic: 3-4-3
    Attack: 4
    Technique: 4
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 5
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    14. Jun Misugi
    17. ????
    
    Team: Furano
    Tatic: 3-4-3
    Attack: 3
    Technique: 3,5
    Stamina: 5
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 5
    Pass: 4
    1. Katou
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. Hikaru Matsuyama
    11. Oda
    
    Team: Nankatsu
    Tatic: 4-3-3
    Attack: 3,5
    Technique: 4,5
    Stamina: 5
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 5
    Pass: 3,5
    1. Morisaki
    2. ????
    3. Nagano
    4. ????
    5. Iwami
    6. Takasugi Shingo
    7. Hajime Taki
    8. Mamoru Izawa
    9. Teppei Kisugi
    10. Ozora Tsubasa
    14. Ryo Ishizaki
    15. Manabu
    16. ????
    
    Team: Ohtomo
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 3
    Technique: 3
    Stamina: 4,5
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 3
    Pass: 3
    1. Ichijou
    2. ????
    3. Koji Nishio
    4. Nakayama
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. Shun Nitta
    10. Hanji Urabe
    11. Kishida
    
    Team: Tohou
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 4,5
    Technique: 4
    Stamina: 4,5
    Defense: 4,5
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 4
    1. Ken Wakashimazu
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. Kazuki Sorimachi
    10. Kojiro Hyuga
    15. Takeshi Sawada
    
    Team: ????
    Attack: 3
    Technique: 3
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 3
    Pass: 3
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. Makoto Soda
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    11. ????
    
    Team: Furano
    Tatic: 3-4-3
    Attack: 3,5
    Technique: 3,5
    Stamina: 5
    Defense: 4
    Group work: 5
    Pass: 4
    1. Katou
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. Hikaru Matsuyama
    11. Oda
    
    Team: Hirado
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 3,5
    Technique: 3
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 4,5
    Group work: 3
    Pass: 3
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. Hiroshi Jitou
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    16. Mitsuru Sano
    
    Team: Hanawa
    Tatic: 4-3-3
    Attack: 3,5
    Technique: 3,5
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 3
    Group work: 3,5
    Pass: 4
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    11. ????
    16. Yoichiro Daimaru
    
    Team: Meiwa
    Attack: 3
    Technique: 3,5
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 3,5
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 3
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    11. ????
    
    Team: Japan Jr.
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 4
    Technique: 3,5
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 3,5
    Group work: 4,5
    Pass: 4
    1. Ken Wakashimazu
    2. ????
    3. ????
    5. Hiroshi Jitou
    6. Shingo Takasugi
    7. Makoto Soda
    8. Mamoru Izawa
    9. Kojiro Hyuga
    10. Ozora Tsubasa
    11. Misaki Taro
    12. Hikaru Matsuyama
    14. Ryo Ishizaki
    15. Takeshi Sawada
    16. Mitsuru Sano
    17. Hajime Taki
    18. Shun Nitta
    19. Kazuki Sorimachi
    20. Teppei Kisugi
    21. Yuzo Morisaki
    22. Wakabayashi Genzo
    24. Jun Misugi
    
    Team: Italy Jr.
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 2
    Technique: 2,5
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 5
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 3
    1. Gino Hernandez
    2. Tardelli
    3. Marinho
    4. Frederico
    5. Francisco
    6. Basarero
    7. Conti
    8. Mateo
    9. Garbat
    10. Torino
    11. Andrea
    12. Genterre  (for some odd reason his face isn't shown)
    
    Team: Argentina Jr.
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 4,5
    Technique: 5
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 2
    Group work: 1,5
    Pass: 3
    1. Galtoni
    2. Sembero
    3. Pasaro
    4. Galveia
    5. Galvan
    6. Rogeri
    7. Getitesu
    8. Parso
    9. Brown
    10. Diaz
    12. Pascual
    
    Team: France Jr.
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 4
    Technique: 4,5
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 3
    Group work: 2,5
    Pass: 5
    1. Amoro
    2. Dogoru
    3. Bravo
    4. Rusto
    5. Belgirusso
    7. Ferreri
    8. Jorgino
    9. Marcelo
    10. Pierre
    11. Bossi
    12. Fentana
    14. Belmundo
    20. Napoleon
    21. Belgi
    
    Team: Germany Jr.
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 5
    Technique: 4,5
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 4,5
    Group work: 3,5
    Pass: 4
    1. Muller
    2. ????
    3. Mayer
    4. Max
    5. Magas
    6. Mireusu
    7. Hain
    8. Kaltz
    10. Schester
    11. Schneider
    12. Margus
    
    Team: England Jr.
    6. Robson
    9. Dean
    11. Right
    
    Team: Uruguay Jr.
    2. Daniel
    8. Cain
    9. Victorino
    
    Team: Japan
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 5
    Technique: 4
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 3
    Group work: 5
    Pass: 4
    1. Wakabayashi Genzo
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. Ryu Ishizaki
    5. Hiroshi Jitou
    6. Jun Misugi
    7. Makoto Souda
    8. Mamoru Izawa
    9. Kojiro Hyuga
    10. Ozora Tsubasa
    11. Taro Misaki
    12. Hikaru Matsuyama
    13. Kazuki Sorimachi
    14. Shingo Takasugi
    15. Takeshi Sawada
    16. Mitsuru Sano
    17. Teppei Kisugi
    18. Shun Nitta
    19. Ken Wakashimazu
    20. Aoi Shingo
    21. Yuzo Morisaki
    22. Kishida
    23. Akai Tomeiya
    24. Hanji Urabe
    25. Hajime Taki
    
    Team: Thailand
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 4
    Technique: 4
    Stamina: 2
    Defense: 2
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 4
    1. Wacharapon
    2. Chawatana
    3. Chachay
    4. Shinpurasu Bunnark
    5. Somurit
    6. Napa
    7. Charemusuri
    8. Tawan
    9. Sankun Konsawato
    10. Faran Konsawato
    11. Chana Konsawato
    
    Team: Saudi Arabia
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 3
    Technique: 3
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 5
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 4
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. Owaiaran
    11. ????
    15. Vulcan
    
    Team: China
    Tatic: 4-3-3
    Attack: 5
    Technique: 3
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 1
    Group work: 2,5
    Pass: 3
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    11. ????
    16. Shou Shounko
    
    Team: Korea
    1. ????
    9. ????
    10. ????
    
    Team: Ouzbekistan
    1. ????
    8. ????
    10. ????
    
    Team: Japan
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 2
    Technique: 2,5
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 5
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 3
    
    Team: Mexico
    Tatic: 5-3-2
    Attack: 2,5
    Technique: 3,5
    Stamina: 3
    Defense: 5
    Group work: 5
    Pass: 2
    1. Espadas
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. ????
    10. Lopez
    11. ????
    
    Team: Uruguay
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 5
    Technique: 4
    Stamina: 3,5
    Defense: 2
    Group work: 3
    Pass: 2,5
    1. ????
    2. Pazu
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. ????
    8. ????
    9. Ryoma Hino
    10. ????
    11. Victorino
    
    Team: Sweden
    Tatic: 3-5-2
    Attack: 4
    Technique: 4
    Stamina: 4,5
    Defense: 3,5
    Group work: 4
    Pass: 3
    1. ????
    2. ????
    3. ????
    4. Brolin
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. Larrson
    8. Fredericks
    9. ????
    11. ????
    12. Levin
    
    Team: Italy
    1. Hernandez
    6. Gentile
    
    Team: Holland
    1. ????
    4. Dick
    14. Cruyfford
    
    Team: Brazil
    Tatic: 4-4-2
    Attack: 5
    Technique: 5
    Stamina: 4
    Defense: 4,5
    Group work: 3,5
    Pass: 4
    1. Salinas
    2. Alberto
    3. ????
    4. ????
    5. ????
    6. ????
    7. Leo
    8. ????
    10. Natureza
    11. Santana
    13. Pepe
    15. ????
    16. ????
    
    
    1. Tips
    
    In order to win to the Tachibana Twins just try to keep them away from
    your goalkeeper or they will score using their triangle combination, which
    you can't even try to punch. For Jun Misugi use the same or he will use his
    overhead shot. This may seem somehow strange, but it’s easier to score from
    a large distance than when you are near the opponent’s goal, so shoot as much
    as you can!
    
    
    2. Walkthrough
    
    					Nankatsu vs Shutetsu
    This is an hard match, mainly because the other team's GK is going to be
    Wakabayashi Genzõ, who will be really hard to score to. Even if you manage
    to master the REALLY BAD control system of this game, you will have surely
    some trouble scoring, I sugest you use Tsubasa and Misaki's Golden
    Combination (*sometimes* it can be used by pressing "B", but only sometimes,
    for some reason I don't quite seem to get) to advance in the field and when
    one of those to players get the ball you must shoot right away, you MAY or
    may not score a goal but that's the best you can do. If you don't seem to
    score at all, just keep on defending up to the end and after 2 extra times
    you will go into penalty kicks. At the end you will recieve a password for
    next level, which will be JMLP.
    
    					Nankatsu vs Shimizu
    Their GK, Kawakami (if I remenber correctly his name) is quite good, only
    Tsubasa and Misaki will be able to score, but from now on you will have the
    Shutetsu Trio there to help you, they have their own special combination but
    you may have some trouble using it, just like in Tsubasa and Misaki's Golden
    Combination. On your goals there will be Wakabayashi, so the opponent team
    won't be able to score at all, if you, like I said before, manage to get how
    to use the bad control system. After winning get your password, which will
    be JKDJ.
    
    					Nankatsu vs Meiwa-Igashi
    Although your GK is Morisaki (Wakabayashi is injured) Hyuga and Sawada will
    not score a lot, use Tsubasa for scoring from the middle of the field (if he
    is covered by a opponent player) and everything will go fine. You should only
    be careful with Hyuga and Sawada Tõho's Combination, which will cause them to
    fastly advance in the field and have more chances to score. After getting a
    win, password: JGND.
    
    					Nankatsu vs Hanawa
    This is the most difficult match of the game, the Tachibana Twins' have great
    combinations which enable them to quickly advance in the field, plus
    everytime they get near the posts of your goal they will use their Triangle
    Combination shot, which will ALWAYS score, so you must try to prevent them
    from getting the ball, since they can use their Gemini Combination for
    advancing in the field and then scoring a sure goal with their special. For
    scoring, use Tsubasa and Misaki's shots while covered by a player of the
    opposite team. This time, the password will be NCDN.
    
    					Nankatsu vs Musashi
    Jun Misugi plays in this team, he was a cool special (the Overhead Shot,
    which makes us think if Tsubasa can use his own in this game, but I don't
    believe so) but you won't see it a lot, if you do just cry, cause this is one
    of those specials you won't be able to stop. For scoring just use Tsubasa's shot
    from the middle of the field and, if possible, being covered by another player.
    After, get the password which is MOLK.
    
    					Nankatsu vs Meiwa-Igashi
    THE FINAL MATCH!!!!!!! This time it will be rather difficult to defeat them,
    mainly because they got the best GK in this game, Ken Wakashimazu. Fortunately,
    Wakabayashi is back to protect your goal so the opponent players will have a
    really hard time scoring you a goal, the same will happen to you since
    Wakashimazu
    is really good, sometimes he will even use his special catch (called
    "Sankakugeri"), in which he uses the posts in order to defend. Neither Misaki
    nor
    Tsubasa will be able to score from far away, so you should use their Golden
    Combination to advance in the field and conclude with a shot from Tsubasa,
    since he
    is the best player on your team by now. If you can't seem to score at all, do
    the
    same as in the Shutetsu match, defend until you go into penalty kicks from
    having
    more chances of scoring a goal to that amazing GK. After winning, just watch the
    ending and cry of having so much trouble in finishing such a poor game.
    
    
    3. Controls
    
    ... Up for goin up, Down for going down, Left for going left and Right for going
    right. Easy, no? You can pass the ball with B and shoot with A, also you can
    perform perform combinations SOMETIMES just by passing the ball. Why? Well,
    crappy games! -_-' I don't believe there is a reason at all.
    
    
    
    4. Contacts
    
    If you want, you may see my web page, just check it at the HTML 
    address www.geocities.com/Mykas0/ 
    My e-mail is Mykas0 [at] hotmail.com , use the following subjects or I will
    NEVER reply.
    
    Subject: "CT FAQ info" 	for asking anything about any Tsubasa game
    Subject: "CT FAQ help"	for providing any of the info I ask or 		
    			helping me
    
    However, you can see my forum in the site, and if you put your question
    there I may answer A LOT sooner... I hardly ever reply to e-mails...
    
    Thanks and until the next version!!!!!!