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Our most recent costly acquisition, Shinji Kagawa, has given a brief comment about his recent decision to leave Borussia Dortmund for Manchester United.

Kagawa, on international duty with Japan in a recent World Cup qualifier against Australia, spoke about testing himself at another level, offering the following,

"When you look at the football scene (in England) it`s the best league in the world."

So it would seem that Kagawa has come to the best club in the world to play in the best league in the world!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 13 2012

Time: 4:54PM

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I didn't think there was any doubt that the premier league was the best league in the world. Looking forward to see him play though I doubt he'll get that in the hole role he wants as, whilst his good, he's not good enough to displace Rooney. Maybe Rooney up top on his own but even then I doubt that as he's no good in that role and is easily nullified. I imagine Kagawa will get a deeper generalised CM role alongside Carrick and also act as back-up for the wingers and Rooney.
TheFamousNo7
I think the Spanish would have something to say about this "best league" nonsense. Alongside Carrick? please say that will not happen. I would rather go out on the field with 10 men than have Carrick playing.
Kanchelskis
 

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