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Captain Tsubasa: Saikyo no Teki! Holanda Youth
Captain Tsubasa: The most powerful opponent! Holland Youth (1994 film)
Captain Tsubasa Saikyou no Teki! Holanda Youth (VHS)
VHS cover
Film
Chief director Yoriyasu Kogawa
Producer(s) Kyotaro Kimura
Michihisa Abe
Minoru Ohno
Scenario Yoriyasu Kogawa
Music Takeo Miratsu
Studio J.C.Staff (animation)
Yomiko Advertising
Released 1994-11-06
Runtime 48 minutes
Captain Tsubasa: Saikyo no Teki! Holanda Youth (キャプテン翼 最強の敵! オランダユース, translated as Captain Tsubasa: The most powerful opponent! Holland Youth) is an anime film based on the 1993 manga of the same name that originally premiered in Japan on 1994-11-06 as part of the Jump Super Anime Tour '95 (ジャンプ・スーパー・アニメツアー'95). It was later released on home video format starting 1995-12-16 by Jump Video.

PlotEdit

The last Captain Tsubasa movie is about the match between All Japan Youth and Netherlands Youth, the latter was making an Asia campaign. The first two matches were easy victory, 6:0 and 7:0, with Gert Keizer and Johan Rensenbrink scoring most of the goals.

After Japan Youth lost two games against this apparently supreme opponent, their confidence is at its lowest point and even Hyuga, having a hurt leg (two hurt legs on the manga), is desperate. Thus the management tries everything to convince Genzo (living in Germany) and Tsubasa (living in Brazil) to come to Japan and help them, but Genzo was nowhere to be found and Tsubasa declined.

Misaki was also discouraged after not being able to beat Hyuga on the finals of the High School tournament and not being able to fulfill his captain duties against Netherlands. With Jun Misugi's advice, Misaki gained confidence and everyone made their efforts to beat Netherlands for the final and third match.

This time, Japan's defenders thoroughly marked Keizer and Rensenbrink during the first half. Only before the second half of the third game Tsubasa appears after a long 26 hours flight from Brazil and joins the team. Being the pivot player once more, he gave them back their confidence and they were able to use their true strength. Also, Genzo was part of the audience (where he met Cruyfford, the one who injured his right hand in the Germany campaign) and encouraged Wakashimazu to do his best.

In the second half, a combi play between Rensenbrink and Keizer had led to scoring chance, but Ken Wakashimazu stopped Keizer's shot. Later, a violent clash between Hans Dolman and Leon Dick forced both of them to leave on stretchers. Without the two pivots in their defense, and Tsubasa as the captain once more, the last game ends 11:1 for Japan.

Characters Edit

All Japan Youth Edit

Main article: All Japan Youth

These players where the same selected players from the Japan Jr. players (J Boys' Challenge arc). Only there were some absences: the overseas pro players Tsubasa Ozora, Genzo Wakabayashi, and also Jun Misugi who was not assistant coach anymore who put on hiatus his soccer career for two years in order to completely recover from his heart disease (something he was to achieve some months later).

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Netherlands Youth Edit

Main article: Netherlands Youth

During the campaign in Japan, MF Ruud Klismann acted as Netherlands Youth's captain in Brian Cruyfford's place (who was part of the audience). DF Leon Dick and GK Hans Dolman were the defense pillars and FW Gert Keizer and FW Johan Rensenbrink were the offensive two-top.

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