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Kazuki Sorimachi

Player 71278

Sorimachi - Toho Mid. School


Profile
Japanese name 反町 一樹
Nationality Japanese
Birthday July 26
Position(s) Forward
First appearance
Captain Tsubasa chapter 61
Career
Level Team Number
National Olympic Japan 13
National U-22 Japan 9/??
National All Japan Youth/Jr. 19/13
Club Vissel Kobe 51
Junior Toho High 9
Junior Toho Mid. school 9

Profile Edit

Boys' Fight arc Edit

As Hyuga was not allowed to play in the middle school tournament, Sorimachi had to play as the ace striker to lead the team to the final. Although his shots are not really deadly (a normal Tiger Shot is twice as powerful as his goal shots), he is good at scoring, since many assistances are made Takeshi Sawada, Toho middle school's gamemaker.

J Boys' Challenge arc Edit

After the 16th National middle school championship, Sorimachi was selected as a member of All Japan Jr. Youth by Tatsuo Mikami. He went through the training camp, and became a member of the All Japan Jr. Youth. Then, he participated as a regular only on the European tour prior to the U16 World Championship. He was a regular in the friendly match against Hamburger SV.

During the Championship, he acted as a substitute player and was used twice. In the semifinals of the International Jr. World Cup against France Jr. Youth, he was uses as an starting member and then replaced during the match for one of the Tachibana twins. He, together with the Japanese National Team, eventually became junior world champion after beating West Germany Jr. Youth.

Battle of World Youth arc Edit

Sorimachi, like his companions Hyuga, Wakashimazu and Takeshi, attended the Toho high school, being able to obtain a V3 in all national high school tournaments. In the finals of the high school tournament against Nankatsu high school (playing against gamemaker Misaki and captain Ryo Ishizaki) he was the one who scored the tying goal for Toho after an assistance by Hyuga.

He was a substitute member of the All Japan Youth (U-20 national team).

Road to 2002 arc Edit

In Road to 2002, he signed a contract with the club Vissel Kobe in the J-League.

Golden-23 arc Edit

{To be updated}

Special techniques Edit

  • Diving Head
  • Direct Jumping Volley
  • Dribble

Games exclusive Edit

GalleryEdit

Trivia Edit

  • He was named John Michael in the Latin American dub and Eddie Brikes in Europe. He was named Michael Sorimachi in USA.
  • He has a great physical resemblance with Misaki, only with a bit more rough nature.