The era of Japanese footballers comes to an end after 43 years

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The era of Japanese footballers comes to an end after 43 years

The Japanese footballers series has come to an end after 43 years.

The popular manga series Captain Tsubasa, known as Footballers in Iran, has ended after nearly half a century.

The final episode of this series, which has sold close to 90 million copies in over 50 countries worldwide, was released in Japan on Friday.

This illustrated Japanese story first appeared in 1981 in the weekly Shonen Jump magazine by Yoichi Takahashi, and its popularity led to its independent publication under the name Captain Tsubasa. In 1983, an animated series with the same name was also aired on Japanese television.

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