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Ole Golazo Soccer Manga Ends in Weekly Shonen Jump

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Manga launched in November

This year's 13th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is publishing the final chapter of Takamasa Moue's Ole Golazo soccer manga on Monday. The magazine thanked readers and asked them to await Moue's next work.

The manga launched on November 28. Shueisha will publish the first two volumes in April and May, respectively.

Viz Media's English digital edition of Weekly Shonen Jump previewed the first three chapters in English. Viz Media describes the series:

Masami Banba's the man! He's the strongest tae kwon do fighter in all of Japan for his age group, but his martial arts world comes crumbling down when he's banned from the sport thanks to his short fuse. Will his incredible kicking prowess go to waste, or is there another sport out there manly enough to handle Banba?!

Moue previously published a "Galaxy Gangs" one-shot as part of the 10th "Gold Future Cup" contest in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2015.

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