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Haikyuu!! 30 Days Challenge – Day 3

Day 3 – Character You Gradually Warm Up too

Kuroo Tetsurou, when I first saw him during the first season, I found him interesting, but nothing more than that. After during the episodes where our crows are training in Tokyo, I found myself smiling like an idiot each time that Kuroo was appearing on the screen.

He might look easy-going outside the court or during practice (mostly if Fukurodani captain, Bokuto, is around (I feel bad for their setter))

But like most of the great player of the series soon as he need to play seriously the guy become really scary.

One thing I like about him, is the fact he is always willing to teach his junior own to do thing right. Tsukishima will probably never fully admitted it, but Kuroo really help him to understand how to become a good middle-blocker.

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