Summary

With no soccer accomplishments to speak of during the entirety of Sumire Suo’s junior high school years, the young wing gets an odd offer. Suo’s main rival, Midori Soshizaki, invites her to join up on the same team in high school, with a promise that she’ll never let Suo “play alone.” It’s an earnest offer, but the question is whether Suo will take her up on it. Thus the curtain opens on a story that collects an enormous cast of individual soccer-playing personalities!

Genre

Shonen

Publisher

Kodansha

Public

New

V13 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The result of a fierce final match was a Warabi loss to Korenkan. But the girls have little time for tears as they're whisked away for a training camp in preparation for the Saitama qualifying matches of the All-Japan High School Girl's Soccer Championship. It's there that Fukatsu introduces a new tactic: Gegen Pressing…

V12 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

Only a few minutes remain in the second half of the final game in the JKFB Interleague Tournament against Korenkan! With a player ejected and almost out of time, the Warabis managed to bring themselves one goal closer. Is it possible for the Warabis to pull off a come-from- behind win?!

V11 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

With their ace striker, Kurusu, leading the way, the Korenkan momentum seems unstoppable! But the girls of the Warabis stand up to them using their own tactics and techniques. What is the Warabis' new plan to pierce through the Korenkan line…?!

V10 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The Warabis kick off their battle with Korenkan High School, and under Korenkan's forceful attack, the Warabis lose a quick two points. The girls of Seinan Warabi still have the fire of competition within them, but the danger of Korenkan is closing in.

V9 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The Warabis rack up a win against Eisen Funabashi in the Interleague semifinals, but their opponent in the finals is Korenkan High School. Led by their ace striker, Mika Kurusu, Korenkan took the title of "best in Japan" in the Inter-High tournament. The whistle blows on the showdown match!

V8 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The Warabis needed a strategy to combat the ace of the Eisen Funabashi team, Tae Kokubu. And the Warabis' answer is to change position for Onda and send in "Golgo the Assassin," Echizen. Can that turn around the game for them? On which team will the Goddess of Victory smile?

V7 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The JKFB Interleague Tournament, a gathering of some of the strongest girls' soccer teams in the greater Tokyo area, have entered their semifinal rounds. And the roadblock standing in the Warabis way is Eisen Funabashi High School which is the very team that defeated Kunogi Academy! The Warabis have taken the first point from the vaunted Eisen Funabashi defensive block. Have they actually defeated Eisen Funabashi's trump card?

V6 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The spirits of the girls of Warabi Seinan's girls' soccer team are far from broken, even after the loss against Urawa Hosei. They've even begun practice again. As a team the Warabis make an earnest effort to construct new offenses and defenses, but has any of the practice payed off? They'll find out as they take on the champion teams of the greater Tokyo area in an Interleague tournament!

V5 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

In the first round of the Saitama Prefecture Inter-High tournament, Nozomi Onda is finally demonstrating her talent and closing in on the opponents' goal! But moments later, the ball is stolen by Urawa's Alice Adatara only to have Adatara score a goal. Down by a goal with very little time left, can the Warabis find someone with the consistent skills to tie the game back up?!

V4 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

In the Saitama Prefecture Inter-High qualifying matches, the Walabis have managed to win all their games despite Nozomi's Onda's uneven play. But their opponent in the first round of the tournament is the crowned champion of Saitama, Hosei Urawa. Can the Warabis manage to slay the giant--the team whose absolute dominance has led to them not giving up even a single point in Saitama play the past two years?

V3 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

Sumire Suo, Midori Soshizaki, and Non Onda enter a futsal tournament hoping to win the store credits to get themselves decent uniforms, but short handed, they form an improvised team, roping in Tsukuda and Ito from Kunogi Acadamy. They win their early matches, rising toward the finals, but waiting to play against them is a player who seems to hold a special grudge against Ito!

V2 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

The scene is Warabi Seinan, a high school in the Tokyo-adjacent prefecture of Saitama. And possibly because it is considered to be weak at women’s soccer, the team is “blessed” with an abundance of first-year students with strong, individualistic personalities, including Sumire Suo, Midori Soshizaki, Nozomi Onda, etc. But it’s with the addition of a new coach, the legend of Japanese women’s soccer, Naoko Nomi, that the Warabis are reborn. Still, in their baptismal first match, they are faced with the best high-school team in Japan, Kunogi Academy. The first-half score shows Kunogi’s overwhelming dominance, but can the Warabis turn it around in the second half?

V1 Farewell, My Dear Cramer

With no soccer accomplishments to speak of during the entirety of Sumire Suo’s junior high school years, the young wing gets an odd offer. Suo’s main rival, Midori Soshizaki, invites her to join up on the same team in high school, with a promise that she’ll never let Suo “play alone.” It’s an earnest offer, but the question is whether Suo will take her up on it. Thus the curtain opens on a story that collects an enormous cast of individual soccer-playing personalities!