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Three generations ago, many of us had an Oliver game in a group of Pichangas who tried to kick a “shot with a sawfly.” The most daring wanted to follow the “combined shot” with Tom Misaki. Goaltenders exuded the confidence of Benji Price, goalscorers aspired to be as dangerous as Steve Hyuga and kickers aspired to the bravado of Bruce Harper.

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Super Champions” (Read in Latin America;Captain Subasa” in Japan), creator Yoichi Takahashi announced through publisher Shueisha last January that the 43-year run of Japanese manga has come to an end. The latest issue was published a few days ago. Now, according to its creators, there will be a leap into the digital world with “Captain Subasa World”.

“Story Captain Subasa “It's not over yet!” Takahashi said on his social networks. “Offering a new, more dynamic format to experience the stories of Oliver and his friends,” CNN highlighted that “creative work related to the iconic character will continue to be developed through a new web format.”

“I greatly appreciate your kind words regarding the ending of this manga series. “I am surprised by the overwhelming response and at the same time, feel grateful again to everyone,” the creator posted on his Twitter account.

According to the AI, what super champions look like in real life.

The real Oliver Atom

Who is Kazuyoshi Miura?

Kazuyoshi Miura (February 26, 1967) inspired the character Oliver Atom in the anime series “The Super Champions” (Captain Tsubasa). Oliver Atom and Benji Price are the protagonists. Yoichi TakahashiThe “Supercampeones” creator admitted that he was inspired by Miura and his experience leaving Japan to train in Brazil for his world-renowned character. Subasa Ozora (Oliver Atom). Miura, meanwhile, made his debut with Santos in Brazil in 1986 and is still active 38 years later. At the age of 57, he currently plays for Olivirense in the Portuguese second division.

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Super Champions and Peru

The printed version of the manga, which began publication in Japan in 1981, saw the light of its anime version two years later. According to the “vicio2b” blog, the article published “Animes aired in Peru” only appeared on Peruvian television in 1992.

In these parts it's “Super Goal!” had some competition with (1995), “Target!” (1998), Colliders (1998) and “Super Ones” (2011). However, it was able to succeed in the 90s due to its massive influence.

Valdemar Victorino, champion of Intercontinental with Nacional and Mundialito with Uruguay. He died in August 2023. (Photo: Conmebol)

Is it true that there was a character inspired by a player who played Peruvian soccer? That's how it is. “Supercampeones” features an OVA (Original Video Animation) featuring the regular characters – Oliver, Benji and Steve – competing with the Japanese team at the first World Youth Championship in France.

One of the participating teams is Uruguay, whose roster includes Ramon Victorino. The character was inspired by Waldemar Victorino, the national club's idol and 1980 Intercontinental Cup champion with his goal against Nottingham Forest with the tricolor. Where? At the National Stadium in Tokyo (Japan), it answers many questions about the impact it had on creator Yoichi Takahashi.

Now, who is Valdemar Victorino in Peru? Serving, at 36, is a star who has come to play on these grounds at the end of his career. First he spent a year at Sport Boys (1988) and then he was signed by Defender Lima for the 1989 season. Earlier, he aligned with Peruvian Julio Cesar Uribe at Cagliari in Italy between 1982 and 1983.

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Forward of Defender Lima. From left to right: Ricardo Zegarra, Édgard Agui, José Pajuelo, Victorino and Gustavo Vílchez. (Clip: La Cronica newspaper)

Victorino did not go unnoticed during his time in Peru. Along with Defensor Lima, he competed in the Decentralizado, which had 42 teams spread across Peru that year. The championship is divided into Regions I and II. However, the unprecedented Placido Galindo Tournament (May 21 to October 1) was played when the Peruvian team played qualifiers for the Copa America in Brazil and the 1990 World Cup in Italy.

In this intermediate match, Victorino was the star. Defensor Lima leads Group 1 of the Metropolitan Zone over Alianza Lima with 11 points. Then, in the quarter-finals they knocked out Alianza Atlético and in the semi-finals Union Hural, who were champions in Peru that year.

Victorino's defender faced Lima in the finals University. In the first leg, the U's took the lead with a goal from Torealba (46'), and the Uruguayan equalized (1-1) in the 80'. In response, Uruguay was even more decisive. It wasn't until the 89th minute that Creams won with a goal from Balon Gonzalez. However, a loose ball between Victorino and Argentine Jorge Ceballos forced a penalty shootout.

As if that wasn't enough, Victorino took advantage of the fact that Juvenal Priseno had missed the fifth penalty for the Creams and gave defender Lima the championship title with his shot. The Uruguayan finished the tournament as the top scorer of the “Carasuccias” with 10 goals. In your web portal.

Victorino hugs defender Lima coach Jose del Castillo. (Clip: La Cronica newspaper)

At the end of the year, the bitter note that ended Victorino's relationship with Peru was related to a contract he could not fulfill. AELU wanted him for the 1990 season and they offered him money as a pre-contract, but the Uruguayan never returned to Lima from his country.

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This is the story behind the “Super Champions” character who made his mark on Peruvian football. On August 29, 2023, a tweet from National announced the hitter's emotional death at the age of 71 in Montevideo.


Victorino wins

“Victorino received offers from some Uruguayan teams, apparently not very seriously. It was recently promoted defender Lima who brought him into his team. Along with Breena, he became one of the stars of the team and a key part of the I Region Metropolitano, in which he scored four goals for 'U'. The defender's epic win against will surely live on as a record among his fans: in Lolo Fernández, Waldemar scored in the 22nd minute to start the path to a historic 0.4. In that division, Victorino directed one match on an interim basis. Roberto Salle left the maroon bench before the arrival of Jose del Castillo”. (

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