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Thread: Shinji Kagawa | Match Performance Thread

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    Kagawa's goal from today:


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    Japan play Australia at 11am today.

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    Steve Bartram: Despite interest from clubs including Real Madrid, Chelsea, Arsenal, Kagawa apparently only wanted to talk to MUFC


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    Played OK for Japan. Still feel like he's wasted out on the wing. Missed an easy header late on but showed some nice touches and his passing was good.

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    nvm

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    Pretty sure he will play off the striker, would be strange if we've signed him to play central midfield or the wing since they clearly aren't his most effective positions. A lot of teams seem to be going 4-2-3-1 at the Euro's, hopefully we'll follow.

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    Think he may be used on the left sometimes not always though but he is an option there. Can also play as a "false 9".

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    Yeah he'll be used on the the left but it won't be regular. I doubt we'd use Kagawa as a false 9, can't see us leaving Rooney, Welbeck and Hernandez out.

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    Certainly wouldn't start there but it atleast allows our front line to be flexible

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    Yeah always good to have variety and different combinations.

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    Next job is to get something out of Valencia's left leg... now that would make our attack very exciting.

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    Yeah we have plenty of options and a lot of different type of players in our attacking line. We will be very unpredictable and hard to defend against.

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    Got more chance of Stephen Hawking doing some step overs

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    Pretty much quotes we've heard before I think.


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    Kagawa will not participate in this summer's Olympic Games as he's not part of Japan's squad.

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    Kagawa at Bridgwater Hospital for medical:



    Welcome to Manchester's weather, Shinji! No white blanket?

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    Welcome the RED SAMURAI

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    Having seen quite a lot of him in Bundesliga over past 2 seasons, I'm sure he'll be a hit. He’s quick, leaves defenders for dead, can use both feet, can shoot, can finish, has a great understanding of the game. In many ways, he’s the complete package. His presence in the air is perhaps the only thing you can point to. Kagawa’s modest persona makes him a perfect fit at Old Trafford.

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    Shinji Kagawa completes Reds move (undisclosed fee) + agrees 4-year deal (starting 1/7/12) after passing a medical and obtaining work permit

    Ferguson on Kagawa: "Shinji is an exciting young player with great skill, vision and a good eye for goal. He's suited to our style of play. I believe he'll make an impact on the team very quickly as he's suited to our style of play-we're looking forward to working with him."

    Kagawa: "This is a challenge I'm really looking forward to. The Premier League is the best in the world and United is such a massive club. This is a really exciting time for me and I can’t wait to meet the team and start playing."

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    Where you get that from?

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    Try the United website.

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