Aoyama kun is a hot, young soccer prodigy who plays midfielder for the National U-16 Soccer Team. But he’s also an extreme germaphobe!
Aoyama-kun Is a Clean Freak!
Aoyama-kun, Do You Remember?
The Reason Aoyama-kun Isn't Here
Narita-kun Keeps It a Secret
Tsukamoto-kun's Life Is All About Laughs
Ozaki-kun Has His Pride
Odagiri-san Can't Get It In
Umeya-kun Is Very Patient
Miwa-chan Wants to Do a Training Camp
Aoyama-kun Has Many Secrets
Sakai-kun's Hairstyle Has Changed
The Reason Behind Aoyama-kun's Choice
This anime is not finished (only at episode 7 while I'm writing this), so this review is not complete. Honestly, the only reason I'm writing a review at this time is that I feel the need to warn people that THIS IS NOT A SPOTS ANIME. Don't let the tag fool you, it has none of the team building or long practice sessions or games that are typical of the sports genre. At its heart, IT'S A COMEDY with a school and soccer club setting. The team and the sport itself are used as a vehicle to express the comedy of the characters. Now don't get me wrong, I love it. I think the main character is adorable and the jokes hit home for me. If you think an anime with an extreme germaphobe as the main character sounds like it has the potential to be funny then check it out, but if you are looking for a hardcore soccer anime than continue your search because you won't find it here.
The challenges of a whimsical, germaphobic soccer player. Even the soccer gods favor Cleanliness Boy- I mean Aoyama-kun. Obviously from the title you can tell this ain't any average sports anime. Each episode highlights Aoyama being flamboyantly perfect and cool, or dives into the minds of any of the other side characters. Half his teammates provide you with slapstick comedy, and the others have a bit more angst and passion. Really only Aoyama holds their team's rank together - but ironically the soccer playing, winning and losing, isn't the point of this series. This is a show that centers on its cast, character interactions, and simply keeping tabs on the goofballs in and around the soccer club. You really just sit there and enjoy the fun they're having, it's all lighthearted and only gets serious when it needs to be. This was just the right amount of stupid and amazing, worth your 400 minutes. If sports isn't your jazz, I'd still give this a go as that aspect isn't the plot's focus! ...Would have been perfect if Akira hadn't busted out his abs whenever he got 3 seconds of screentime.
It was a great anime, they talk about this theme (germophobic) so naturally, and I like the interaction with the characters, is interesting to see his life and how he lives with it.The amazing thing was the message they give to us than we can pass the problems and barriers of the world or our own ones.
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