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Kagawa`s Admission!

Ahead of our FA Cup fixture with Fulham, this Saturday afternoon, there`s a surprising admission from our Japanese summer signing, Shinji Kagawa.

Kagawa, who it should be pointed out has been affected by injuries since signing on the dotted line, has admitted that he has still to show his true form, remarking in the media,

"I`m really feeling that I need to perform better."

"I`m not satisfied with what I have done here at all."

"It`s a big and really famous club in the world, and I need to overcome lots of pressures and be mentally stronger."

"Unfortunately, I got injured, but I have to be better and grow as a player and a person, in terms of contributing to the team`s wins and succeeding here."


Perhaps somebody should point out that even established stars sometimes have a difficult first year in the Premier League!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 25 2013

Time: 4:18PM

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Thing is we brought Kagawa from Dortmund who have a playing style Fergie wants to reinstall into the team, fast paced counter-attacking football. At the moment however we're still looking to dominate games simply because you can't play fast paced counter-attacking football when the opposition don't come at you. As such Kagawa is having to adjust his game to a more patient and measured approach in a new country in a totally different league as such the transition period will take time. Not at all worried though as he has shown signs of the brilliance he can produce and he has the right attitude to make it big at the club and adapt his game. Personally think it would be easier for him if we play him wide left, especially seeing as our wingers have been pretty useless this season. Out wide he can run at opponents and utilise his off the ball work, dribbling skills and distribution skills to full effect. The only risk playing him out wide is he will never get used to that patient measured approach needed to play through the middle.
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