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Discussion in 'Japan' started by Micol, Jan 3, 2012.
Yes, you can unrar with winzip (and can unzip with winrar )
Download winrar. It's free.
It seems like Robo Keeper vs Leroux, Wambach, Kawasumi, Same, Maruyama, Takase, Saki and Asuna.
I guess it will Kai because she was a vice captain this season. Kinga also was a vice captain but she got injury so.
And then, now that I think about it, she runs "Junko's Room" on INAC-TV.
I replaced the first file. Please try this and tell me how it works out.
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Since replacing the first file, which may have become corrupted, I downloaded the entire series and had no problem. Is anyone else having a problem?
Just going through the changes for my notes, this has yet to be confirmed, hasn't it?
I tried to make a Yoda Akemi thing but their heads' proportions are a bit out.
I had no problem, I downloaded all of the files, although I've still haven't seen them.
It has to be said that I downloaded them quite early, just after you had uploaded it, so I can't say if they were corrupted later.
I'm glad to start the page 400 of this magnificent thread, I am very excited about that. Long life to Nadeshiko Thread
And just 23 post to go to post #10.000.
I guess we normally post more than that in a day and a half (depending on what part of the world you are ).
Just in case, we could fill in with new year wishes!
But all remember that by january we'll have to migrate to a new thread.
(I am still not sure how could we communicate to a mod to lock this one ).
I know Virany already posted it on her blog, but I couldn't resist copying it here... Kawaii
My contribution to the 10.000 posts
The best of lucks for the next year to all the member of this forum... and hope it will be a year full of games (and victories) of Nadeshiko Japan
The message I got wasn't about a corrupted file. The message said that the type of file wasn't allowed because it was encrypted. The 2nd file on was downloadable. If possible, could someone please email me the first file?
This is what happens when I'm 24 hours behind. What's the phrase? "Day late; dollar short". In my case, it's "Day late; file short".
Who is this cutie?
Well, the writing on the picture says she was 6 in 1994...
Also notice the smile with shark's teeth...
Long life to Same
They couldn't pull off a 'K' thing and went for saluting.
I realised yesterday that the 'other dude' was actually Asuka's mother. I've written to her before, back in September, but she hadn't updated her blog in ages.
Fourth year members, last chance!
For our Italian fans:
Two observations... 1) We've been quite slow in the last hours and in some country (namely Japan ) midnight is closer and closer... Although we can post for the #10.000 target until it's the 1st of January in every country (and in America is still quite far).
2) the article is fine, but it shows everything I always questioned in the women's football media-coverage here in Italy: amateurish beyond limits!!! It looks like it's from the local news of a major newspaper (is it from "La Repubblica", an_turtar? Looks like their layout to me...), but it contains some major mistakes, and those mistakes are quite revealing: probably the only source of the journalist who wrote this was the Carpisa Yamamay Napoli's official site (because most of the mistakes were also there); he likely didn't watch last saturday's match and probably didn't even bother to watch highlights.
In fact: 1) it talks about a goal "Del Piero-like with a curled shot from outside the box"; we already had this info from the Napoli's site, but whoever watched the highlights that I posted saw that the shot wasn't really curled at all, but it was just a straight, accurate middle-range shot in the upper-right angle; 2) the article says about Emi that "she plays with her country's National Team (24 caps and 5 goals) and she won the World Cup with it a year ago; the guy didn't even bother to check the roster of Nadeshiko Japan in WWC 2011 (that he obviously didn't watch) or to ask Emi when she last played for National Team (ages ago); again, this mistake was also on the Napoli's site (although there it was only said that "she was playing for the NT" although it wasn't true anymore); 3) The only real news are some questions to Emi, with quoted answers: I wonder if he really talked to Emi in person or if he saw some video-footage we don't have from after the Napoli-Lazio match. One of the statements sounds quite odd... Emi would have said "It's been a great joy [to play]. I feel more Napolitain than Japanese" ! It says that she's fascinated by Italy and that's the reason why she offered to come playing in Napoli; she's passing X'mas holidays visiting Roma and Firenze but she already feels that Napoli "it's [her] second home". About last week's match, she says "It's been nice hearing the Stadio Collana applauding, and I was eager to make my contribution count. I am proud to be compared with Pirlo, who's my idol".
The article doesn't really solve the mistery about her late signing: it just says that the official signing (I really don't know how to translate "tesseramento" in english, but it's something about being registered for Italian Federation: maybe it's the actual reason for delay? ) only arrived on the 20th of december, and that "it was a long wait, while Emi was training for weeks with the team, before she could have the ok from Federation". But it doesn't really mention if there was a special reason for this long wait.
I am more and more inclined to go watching Emi play next saturday: I've asked for information and knew that the Serie A match Como-Napoli won't be actually played in Como, but in a nearby little city, that should be anyway quite easy to reach from Milano by train... If I'll really decide to go, I'll let you know (and I'll obviously try to take some photos of Emi ).
Edit: I like the plurale maiestatis of "for our Italian fans", but I am afraid I am the only one on this thread... ...sniff...
Yes, apparently it's from La Repubblica.
So I suppose it's from the Napoli edition of "La Repubblica", because I read this newspaper quite everyday and I saw nothing about Yamamoto on the Milano edition (and in fact women's football quite never make the national pages in Italian newspapers, just the local pages).
Some pictures to end the year.
He is kind of rather watching for players than tightly controlling them, so his daughters.
Then one of his daughters went to London for study soon after she graduated from high school, and brought a boyfriend back one day.
But his wife made him leave because he didn't try to learn Japanese at all.