Blue Lock Chapter 157 will be released in the not-too-distant future. The bulk of fans have been anticipating the release date, timing, and other details about Blue Lock Chapter 157. This page has been updated with the most recent information.
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Blue Lock Chapter 156 Recap
It’s time for “Bastard!” in the next chapter of Blue Lock. Ego revealed his final trump card for the upcoming league near the end of the previous chapter. One of the last remaining wild card players, Kunigami Rebsuke, was in the mix. The upcoming chapter will usher in the first phase of Neo’s league.
As part of this endeavor, the Club Teams will also engage in a combined training session. This foreshadows a battle between Isagi’s German environmental squad and the German Bastards. The outing is designed to introduce each member of the group, as hinted by the chapter title.
To begin, the squad will practice under the guidance of a Blue Lockmaster. The team will very certainly lose this match. As a result, Isagi and his team will suffer a major setback. In Blue Lock Chapter 156, we’ll also go over the various scenarios in which professional Club Teams compete against one another.
Blue Lock Chapter 157 Spoiler
Following a review of the Japanese Football Association’s current state of the game, Jinpachi Ego is hired as Japan’s World Cup coach. According to Jinpachi, Japan lacks an aggressive goal scorer. As a response, he develops the Blue Lock, a prison-like facility that segregates and pits 300 gifted strikers from high schools around Japan against one another. The solitary survivor of Blue Lock will be given the opportunity to play striker for the national team, while those who lose will be barred from competing in the future.
Yoichi Isagi, a striker who failed to lead his high school soccer team to a national championship, has been chosen to take part in this high-risk venture. Rather than scoring himself, he passed the ball to a teammate who missed, prompting him to consider whether the outcome would have been different if he had been more selfish. Through the Blue Lock Project, Yoichi is given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for self-discovery. He desires to be the best striker in the world and to lead Japan to World Cup glory.
Blue Lock Chapter 157 Release Date
Blue Lock Chapter 157 Release Date is on 08 January, 2021, the latest chapter of Blue Lock is expected to be released the next week, as per the usual release schedule. If the the release date of Blue Lock Chapter 157 was changed we will informe you by an updated article in our website.
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Read More About Blue Lock
‘Blue Lock’ is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Muneyuki Kaneshiro. Kodansha’s Weekly Shnen Magazine has been serializing it since August 2018. By the year 2022, a television series based on the anime will be available on Netflix.
Jinpachi Ego is hired as Japan’s World Cup coach after the Japanese Football Association considers the current state of Japanese soccer. Japan, Jinpachi believes, does not have an aggressive goal-scoring striker. So he sets up the Blue Lock, a prison-like facility where three hundred talented strikers from high schools all over Japan are isolated and pitted against each other. Blue Lock’s sole survivor will earn the right to be the national team’s striker, and those who lose will be permanently barred from joining.
Yoichi Isagi, a striker who failed to lead his high school soccer team to the national tournament, has been selected to join this risky project. Instead of scoring himself, he passed the ball to a teammate who missed, leaving him to wonder if the outcome would have been different if he had been more selfish. Blue Lock Project offers Yoichi a golden opportunity for self-discovery. He wants to become the world’s best striker and lead Japan to World Cup glory.