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The world's worst soccer team has never won a single match despite being made up of eager young boys who desperately crave success. Their prayers are answered in the form of new manager Nagisa, who puts them through a sporting regimen punched out of the standard Aim for the Ace template. Based on Natsuko Heiuchi's "original" 1987 manga serialized in Shonen Magazine, this anime is from the same artist who created the tennis manga Fifteen-Love. Compare to Captain Tsubasa and the actionably similar Kickers. As the 2002 World Cup approached, the series was revived on Japanese satellite TV in an anime series directed by Seiji Okuda.

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Name: Offside
Release Date: Jan. 1, 1992
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Romaji: Offside
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Runtime: 50 (mins)
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