Here are the top ten worst players in Blue Lock, ranked by their skill.
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- Keisuke Wanima
- Nijiro Nanase
- Aoshi Tokimitsu
- Gen Fukaku
- Wataru Kuon
- Jingo Raichi
- Junichi Wanima
- Gurimu Igarashi
- Yo Hiori
- Okuhito Iemon
Keisuke Wanima is a Japanese writer.
He is the younger brother of Junichi Wanima. He also requires eye contact with his brother to activate their twin's special technique. Thus, without Junichi, he is an average player.
Nijiro Nanase is a Japanese ecologist.
Despite his flaws, he plays with his whole heart.
Aoshi Tokimitsu is a Japanese writer.
His huge build proves to be his greatest weakness during a game. However, he is a bench player apparent due to his timid and unruly nature.
He is considered to be the average goalkeeper for the Japan U-20 team. Neither he is the strongest player nor the most reliable.
He was initially chosen as the main strategist for Team Z. However, his tendency to be selfish is proof enough that he is not qualified to become a soccer player.
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His brashness is his weakest strength, which has resulted in him being benched. Besides that, he is also erratic, which causes him to act without thinking.
Junichi relies on his twin brother, Keisuke, for a lot of football. Like Keisuke, Junichi relies on his brother and their eye contact during a game.
Ego Jinpachi has himself been dubbed the worst player in the entire soccer union. In addition, he is skilled in diving, which is cheating. In diving, a player fakes injury in an effort to gain an unfair advantage.
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He currently serves as a substitute player. While he has a good head and lightning-fast reflexes, the only thing he lacks is his physical ability.
Okuhito Iemon is a Japanese martial arts organization based in Japan.
Okuhito was only ever seen playing goalie in the Blue Lock series, thus, is unable to demonstrate his abilities and kicking abilities fully.