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Shingo Takasugi

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Japanese name 高杉 真吾
Nickname(s) Giant, Vigorous Power Defender
Nationality Japanese
Birthday October 10
Height 191 cm (G23)
187 cm (BWY)
182 cm (BF / JBC)
168(KD)
Weight 83 kg (G23)
81 kg (BWY)
77 kg (BF / JBC)
62 kg (KD)
Position(s) Defender
First appearance
Captain Tsubasa chapter 3
Career
Level Team Number
U-22 U-22 Japan 27
U-20 All Japan Youth 6
U-16 Japan Jr. 6
Club Sanfrecce Hiroshima 39
Senior high Nankatsu high 6
Junior high Nankatsu junior 6
U-14 / U-13 U-14, U-13 Japan 2
Juveniles Nankatsu SC 6
Juveniles Shutetsu 6

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Captain Tsubasa Edit

In elementary school, Takasugi was the sweeper of Shutetsu, the best soccer team in Nankatsu city, then he was part of Nankatsu SC, winning the 6th Yomiuri Land tournament. After that, and because of the suggestion of Genzo Wakabayashi to his former Shutetsu teammates, he got enrolled to Nankatsu middle school, and became a regular of their soccer team in the 2nd year. Takasugi also has a good vision because he was the only one to notice that Tsubasa's leg was injured in the match against Azumaichi middle school. He was of great help with Ryo Ishizaki in order to stop twice Hyuga's Tiger Shot while Tsubasa was recovering from his injuries during the final match of the National Middle School tournament.

He was among the best members of the middle school tournament and was selected in the All Japan Jr. Youth. Although being among the starters at first, he remained on the bench throughout the tournament.

Battle of World Youth Edit

In the World Youth, he was part of All Japan Youth and played all the matches of the first round of the Asian preliminaries.

Road to 2002 / Golden-23 Edit

In Road to 2002, he joined the pro club Sanfrecce Hiroshima and makes the decisive pass that allowed the club to beat Shimizu S-Pulse.

Special techniques Edit

  • Long Throw
  • Power Defense
  • Long Pass

Games exclusive Edit

To be updated

Trivia Edit

  • He is known as Victor Denver or Ulises in the Latin American dub and Bob Denver in some European countries.

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