Moero! Top Striker (TV)

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Alternative title:
A Tutto Goal (Italian) 
Captain Rabeh (Arabic) 
Gol! (Spanish) 
L'École des champions (French) 
Школа чемпионов (Russian) 
الكابتن رابح (Arabic) 
燃えろ! トップストライカー (Japanese) 
Genres: tournament 
Themes: football , sports 
Objectionable content: None 
User Ratings: 25 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 2 votes (sub:1, dub:1)
 Excellent: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Very good: 2 votes (others:2
1 French dubbed
1 Arabic dubbed
)
 Good: 7 votes (sub:3, others:4
2 Spanish dubbed
2 Arabic dubbed
)
 Decent: 5 votes (?:1, others:4
2 French dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Arabic dubbed
)
 So-so: 5 votes (sub:2, others:3
1 French dubbed
1 Arabic dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: 2 votes (sub:1, others:1
1 French dubbed
)
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 67 users, rank: #4021 (of 6159)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.360 (Decent+), std. dev.: 1.7862, rank: #3842 (of 6151)
Weighted mean: 6.195 (Decent+), rank: #4165 (of 6151) (seen all: 6.39 / seen some: 5.45)
Bayesian estimate: 6.652 (Good−), rank: #2905 (of 4631)
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 49 
Episode titles: We have 49
Vintage: 1991-10-10 to 1992-09-24 
Opening Theme:
"Dream Striker" by Wakako Shimazaki 
Ending Theme:
"ihoujin - SUTORANIEERO" by Shimazaki Wakako 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Ryo Yasumura 
Series Composition: Yoshio Kuroda 
Character Design: Nobuhiro Okasako 
Art Director: Masaki Kawaguchi 
Chief Animation Director: Nobuhiro Okasako 
Animation Director: Hideki Watanabe (ep 34) 
Sound Director: Etsuji Yamada 
Director of Photography: Kazushi Torigoe 
Executive producer: Kôichi Motohashi 
Producer:
Shinsuke Kurabayashi (TV Tokyo) 
Shunichi Kosao 

Key Animation:
Shinsaku Kozuma (ep 34) 
Shuichi Kaneko (ep 5) 
Planning: Shoji Sato 
Theme Song Performance: Wakako Shimazaki (OP,​ED) 
Ai Orikasa as
Maria 
Mario 
Banjou Ginga as Robson 
Chafurin as Georgio  
Chie Satou as Makaroni  
Chieko Honda as Katorinu 
Kazue Ikura as Mitsuru 
Kumiko Nishihara as Anna 
Masami Kikuchi as Carlo 
Megumi Tano as Luca 
Miki Narahashi as Antonio 
Miyuki Ichijou as Maria 
Nobuaki Fukuda as Bertini (2nd voice)  
Nobuo Tobita as Bruno  
Rica Matsumoto as Julian  
Takumi Yamazaki as Cesare 
Tsutomu Kashiwakura as Roberto  
You Yoshimura as Bertini (1st voice) 
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Atelier Rourke 
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
Production:
Nippon Animation 
TV Tokyo 
French staff
French cast
Music:
Gérard Salesses (Générique) 
Jean-François Porry (Générique) 
Producer: Thibaut Chatel 

Theme Song Performance: Bernard Minet (Générique) 
Adrien Antoine as Benjamin LeFranc 

Bernard Soufflet as Cesare  
Dolly Vanden as
Mario 
Roberto 
Francette Vernillat as
Maria 
Wols 
Henri Poirier as Mr. Bertigny 
Jackie Berger as
Eric  
Lucas  
Jean-Pierre Delage as Mr. Robson 
Nathalie Mazéas as Anna  
Valérie De Vulpian as Catherine  

Adrien Antoine as Benjamin 
Bernard Soufflet as
Antonio 
Mr. Carone 
Brigitte Lecordier as
Benjamin(3 derniers eps) 
Eric(voix de remplacement) 
Lucas(voix de remplacement) 
Dolly Vanden as Marcel 
Francette Vernillat as
Alfredo(1ères apparitions) 
Carlos 
Georgio 
Rago 
Yann 
Jackie Berger as
Michaël 
Monica 
Jean-Claude Montalban as
Charles Robson 
Commentateur Sportif 
Martine Reigner as
Alfredo 
Jean le magicien 
Papan 
Renato 
Ricardo 
Rick 
Sergio 
Nathalie Mazéas as
Ache 
Bruno(voix principale) 
Lisa 
Thierry Bourdon as
Coroni 
Macaroni 
Nino 
Peter 
Renzo 
Ryo 
Valérie De Vulpian as
Alain 
José 
Ken 
Sofia 

French companies
Broadcaster:
AB 1 
France 5 (2006) 
Mangas 
NT1 (2005) 
TF1 (1992) 
Distributor: AB distribution 
Production: AB Productions 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Theme Song Lyrics: Begoña Ramos (Spain dub) 
Theme Song Performance: Sol Pilas (Spain dub) 
Jorge Saudinós as Oscar(Spain dub) 
Luis Daniel Ramirez as Benjamín 

Alex Saudinós as Roberto(Spain dub) 
Blanca Rada as Ana(Spain dub) 
Julio Núñez as Dr Robson "Chipy"(Spain dub) 

Angel Sacristán as Locutor de partidos(Spain dub) 
Pablo Sevilla as Torpedo(Spain dub) 
Pablo Tribaldos as Portero Gordo(Spain dub) 
Ricardo Escobar as Antonio(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Adaptation: AB Productions 
Broadcaster:
America TV (Peru) 
Chilevision (Chile) 
Telecinco (Spain) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Ivo De Palma 
Translation: Anna Ribotta 

Audio Technician: Michele Filipponio 
Dialogues: Marco Mazza 
Dubbing Assistant: Patrizia Consoli 
Mixing: Riccardo Perego 
Synchronization: Anna Alati 
Theme Song Lyrics: Alessandra Valeri Manera 
Theme Song Performance: Cristina D'Avena 
Antonio Ballerio as Robson 
Antonio Paiola as Bertini 
Cinzia Massironi as Julian 
Luigi Rosa as Carlos 
Massimiliano Lotti as Cronista 
Pasquale Ruiu as Cesare 
Italian companies
Broadcaster: Italia 1 (from 1993) 
Dubbing: Studio PV 
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