Takagaki Ayahi (keeper)
coach: Koyama Rikiya
So that's Yuuki Aoi and Hanazawa Kana up front doing the scoring. Yukana is right behind them in the middle, and Koshimizu Ami and Kitamura Eri are on the wings, with Sawashiro Miyuki orchestrating the whole thing. In the back line, doing the defending, are Saitou Chiwa, Mitsuishi Kotono, Hayami Saori, and Fujita Saki. And Takagaki Ayahi is in goal.
Of course I like this, since eight of the eleven "players" are among my favorite seiyuus, too: Ao-chan, Kana-chan, Yukana, Amisuke, Miyukichi, Chiwa, Hayamin, and Ayahime.
Unison Square Garden's bassist Tabuchi Tomoya and guitarist/vocalist Saitou Kousuke were appearing on the Myu-Comi Plus radio show on All-Night Nippon on May 10. After the show, Tabuchi sketched out his side on the back of his radio script:
The radio show concentrates on music and manga. Unison Square Garden has done anime themes for Soul Eater and the current Tiger and Bunny.
My interest in anime is unfortunately recent, so that the one name I didn't recognize is Mitsuishi Kotono, who was Sailor Moon.
Here's a photo from the radio show's blog, showing Tabuchi (left) and Saitou, with the show's host, Yoshida Hisanori, in the center:
The only real objection I have to his selections is that I would try to include the highly athletic Hikasa Youko and Nazuka Kaori somewhere in the side. Lol. Ao-chan is not athletic at all, but she and Kana-chan made good strikers, as far as I'm concerned. Two voices that make an impression.
For those unused to soccer terminology, "4-4-2" refers to placing 4 people in the defensive back line, 4 ahead of them in midfield, and 2 up front as scoring forwards.