“… was what Ei-chan had said!”
Off-seasons are boring, but maybe the Cubs can actually make some sort of run to make it to the playoffs (century and counting, after all). Also, anybody else see Dikembe wag his finger after that block?
Talk about nostalgia.
So I looked at the poll results… (See the previous Shuukyuu Shoujo release post)
The majority of the readers either did not want us to work on that oneshot or did not care at all. Taking into account people who cared so little they didn’t even vote, I might say that the vast majority isn’t really interested in the oneshot. Therefore, it will not be scanlated.
But here’s the next Football Girl chapter.
Someone was claiming the next chapter would be released next year… Haha! The joke’s on you, buddy! A month and a half. Take that!
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: after looking through the remaining volumes of this manga, I realized that a part of volume 10 has nothing to do with this manga. Thus, I will leave it up to you readers to decide what we do with it (details inside).
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I’ll check the results one week from today and decide accordingly.
“The flow of the match can only last so long…”
With that said, Mei-Mei didn’t properly introduce oneself, so say hi and be nice. Summer League is alive and well, and like CLG every split… “potential” is the keyword we’re looking at for the T-Wolves.
sidenote: Mei-Mei didn’t seem to have any of the uploading issues I encountered when I first started; completely unfair, I say.
This training camp is bringing Kamine closer to death… literally.
Could this be a start of a turnaround for Maruo?
The more important question is whether or not Golden State can get their game together and play some actual basketball instead of the ‘Let’s bomb threes for the hell of it.’ routine. And yes, I’m still at a loss as to why the T-Wolves drafted Flynn instead of Curry in 2009.