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Man Utd’s Shinji Kagawa: ‘Ask David Moyes why I’m not playing’

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Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has told reporters to ask David Moyes why he is not playing. The Japan international has been left out of the new United boss' team, despite the fact that they have shown a lack of attacking flair against the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool. And it appears he is as [.

OTP Rebounds: Anger management for Liverpool’s Luis Suarez, Sunderland’s ‘Who Made Pardew Cry?’ t-shirts and Man Utd’s Shinji Kagawa with talking animals

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Playing tiki-taka with the interwebs PSG's Thiago Silva scores incredible disallowed goal from the by-line [101GG] Bitey Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been offered anger management classes by the PFA [Guardian] Norwegian side return for pre-season training to discover a road has been built over their pitch [Pies] Sunderland fans spotted wearing rushed-into-production 'Who Made [.

Top 10 conclusions: Premier League weekend, 2-3 March

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1. Arsenal's daredevil game of sluggish defenders, pacy opponents and a very high line might have been a mistake. 2. Gareth Bale's in such good goalscoring form that he's even willing to help Arsenal find the net. 3. The chairmen of the rest of the Premier League's bottom six clubs are hastily arranged for their [.

Berbatov’s stubbornness could cost him a move

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Berbatov's stubbornness could cost him a move - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

With the summer arrivals of Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa at Manchester United, the already out-of-favour Dimitar Berbatov's time at Old Trafford is up. The Bulgarian frontman was forced to watch-on from the sidelines for the majority of last term, and Sir Alex Ferguson is willing to sell the attacker given the strength in depth at his disposal in attack.

RVP, Kagawa and Dembele shine as de Gea invites further trouble....

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Robin Van Persie and Shinji Kagawa started against Fulham on Saturday and both scored on their Old Trafford debuts - a feat that has left United geeks scouring the record books - and according to some, this was indeed a first (if you know different let us know). So far, so good then, as United ran out 3-2 winners in what was a very entertaining game, but one which ended with plenty of shredded

Rumours of Wayne Rooney leaving Manchester United are foolish and unwarranted

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Rumours of Wayne Rooney leaving Manchester United are foolish and unwarranted - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Speculation in the English press over the weekend has stated that Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson may well be considering selling star striker Wayne Rooney, after the forward started the new season slowly.

United 3 -2 Fulham: New boys turn on the style

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Ducky's Note: Vignesh is a die-hard United fan, who has already graced BigFourza' before with a wonderfully written piece on George Best. Here he provides a sumptuous review of the Fulham game. You can follow him on twitter here

True to form, Manchester United responded like potential champions at Old Trafford after the aberration against Everton.

RVP debut goal as Man Utd hang on to win against Fulham, 3-2

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Robin Van Persie starting for the first time for Utd was on target with a characteristic left footed half volley against Fulham. His goal drew Utd level after Damien Duff showed some fine improvisation off a set piece to lean his left leg onto the ball and guide it through a thicket of defenders past De Gea.

Wayne Rooney Out Four Weeks; RVP Scores

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Wayne Rooney suffered a gashed leg today in Manchester United's 3-2 win over Fulham. He's expected to miss up to 4 weeks of action. Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa were the stars of the show for Sir Alex's men, and ... Continue reading →

Wayne Rooney to miss four weeks with leg gash

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Wayne Rooney didn't start in Manchester United's 3-2 win over Fulham, but after he did come on in the 68th minute, he ended up leaving on a stretcher. Rooney attempted to slide in and block a Hugo Rodallega shot from distance in added time, resulting in the Fulham man landing on Rooney's thigh and slicking it open.

Team Lineup for Man United v Fulham at Old Trafford on August 25, 2012, 3:00 pm

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Playing at Old Trafford English Premier League Home Team Man United Keeper David De Gea Midfield Shinji Kagawa; Tom Cleverley; Paul Scholes; Luis Antonio Valencia; Wayne Rooney; Forwards Robin van Persie; Defense Rafael da Silva; Nemanja Vidic; Michael Carrick; Patrice Evra; Subs Away Team Fulham [.

SBI's German Bundesliga Preview

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By BRYAN ROBISON

Similar to La Liga and Premier League, Bundesliga sees itself going into 2012 with two prime contenders, and then what looks like a strong competition for third place. For the top German league, last year's top two finishers will go into this season expecting to end that way again this year.

Pictures: Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa on Manchester United debut

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Manchester United started the 2012-13 season with a defeat at Goodison Park yesterday when Marouane Fellaini scored the only goal of the match to give the home team a victorious start to their campaign. However, new Manchester United signings Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa made their Manchester United debuts and looked impressive.

Kitman: Manchester United’s Anderson become Andesron after spelling FAIL

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Robin Van Persie and Shinji Kagawa's debuts were the ones that Manchester United fans were most interested in as their side faced Everton last night. But there was also a first appearance for little known Peruvian mountain dweller Andes Ron. Ron came on as a late substitute after a mix-up in the middle of Anderson's [.

Man Utd are Fellain-it as Everton break them, 1-0

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szólj hozzá: EVERTON 1-0 MANCHESTER UNITED Full highlights

Marouane Fellaini was a beast. You knew it was coming as he battered a makeshift Utd defense unceasingly with his physical presence. Utd finally broke in the 57th minutes as Fellaini rose above Michael Carrick to thump a header past David De Gea from a Darron Gibson corner.

United outplayed by a sharper, better prepared Everton team

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I wasn't planning to write a post tonight but after watching Man Utd's sloppy, uninspired opening performance against a much better prepared Everton side, I just felt compelled to do so. A stunning header in the 67th minute from Marouane Fellaini dampened United's energy and left them already three points adrift of Man City and Chelsea in the Premier League title race.

Man Utd outplayed by a sharper, better prepared Everton team

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I wasn't planning to write a post tonight but after watching Man Utd's sloppy, uninspired opening performance against a much better prepared Everton side, I just felt compelled to do so. A stunning header in the 67th minute from Marouane Fellaini dampened United's energy and left them already three points adrift of Man City and Chelsea in the Premier League title race.

Kagawa Grabs Winner as United Beat Hannover in Seven Goal Thriller

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Manchester United new-boy Shinji Kagawa grabbed the winner as United beat Hannover 4-3 in today's pre-season friendly in Germany, however Hannover's Karim Haggui grabbed the goal of the game as Hannover took a 3-1 lead with a beautiful back-heel.

Kagawa Goal v Shanghai Shenhua

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Manchester United's Shinji Kagawa scores his first goal for the club since his Summer move from Germany, while also picking up the Man of the Match award as United beat Shanghai Shenhua minus Anelka and Drogba in United's pre-season tour of Asia.

Exciting Build-up to the new Premier League Season

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The Premier League Trophy

With Euro 2012 cluttering up the brain matter reserved for the not-so-fond-memories of most of us, and the Olympics just around the corner, things are slowly heating up in the build-up to the 2012/13 English Premier League.

Champions and this season's Premier League betting favourites Manchester City have had the purse-strings drawn tightly thus far, with Roberto Mancini maintaining he will not disrupt the team in any major way during this transfer window, but expect late action in the form of moves for RVP and at least two other big-name signings.

Man Utd Boss Sir Alex Ferguson Hints At End Of Darren Fletcher’s Playing Career

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By Alan Duffy

Not the most talented of players to play under Fergie, Scottish midfielder Darren Fletcher still managed to carve out a key role in some of the Red Devils' recent successes. However, last December, Â the tough-tackling star saw his career put on hold courtesy of a case of ulcerative colitis which, according to his manager, may now spell the end of his playing career.

Fergie: One Or Two More Signings A Possibility

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Sir Alex Ferguson has today hinted that there are more deals in the pipeline, after unveiling Shinji Kagawa and Nick Powell to the media.

"We could possibly bring one or two more in," he said. "When there's a major international tournament on, there's a delay in the transfer market.

Fergie On Where Kagawa And Powell Will Play

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At the unveiling of Shinji Kagawa and Nick Powell, Sir Alex Ferguson has discussed what he believes their best position to be. Fergie admits he asked Dario Gradi, Crewe Alexandra director of football, for advice on where Powell was best suited to play.

"I asked Dario if Nick could be a central midfielder," he said.

United veteran: “I love pre-season”

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Rio Ferdinand has spoken of his excitement at finally returning to the football field after a summer without any competitive action.

Ferdinand, 33, was not selected in Roy Hodgson's Euro 2012 squad and waited patiently for the Red Devils to finally return to pre-season training.

Having seen the likes of Shinji Kagawa and Nick Powell join the squad, Ferdinand has already observed the excitement building up at Old Trafford ahead of the 2012-13 campaign and the defender admits he cannot wait for pre-season activities to be in full swing.

United starlet tipped for success

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Borussia Dortmund defender Neven Subotic has praised former teammate and new Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa for taking a step forward in his career.

Subotic saw the 23-year old Kagawa quickly transform into a difference-maker during last year's league and cup double in Dortmund, and is confident that the Japan international can have a similar impact in the English top flight.

CONFIRMED: Manchester United’s New #7 Is…

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Antonio Valencia.

With Michael Owen released, the number 7 shirt was up for grabs, and has rightly gone to our right winger who had such an impressive season. Having won the players' and fans' player of the season, as well as our goal for the season, he seemed like an obvious choice.

Nick Powell will wear 25 and Shinji Kagawa will wear 26.

Paul Scholes

Scholes: We’re Lucky To Have Kagawa

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Paul Scholes, who has been used sparingly so far this season, has sung the praises of the quality of our squad and is happy with the competition for places.

"You always like to see new players come in even if they're in your position because it's healthy for the team and exciting to play with the new players," he told ManUtd.

Robin van Persie: United build a fearsome arsenal

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Robin van Persie or Nick Sobotka?

"Defend, defend ... defend, defend, defend," the Manchester United fans cry in unison, as the opposition launch a counter-attack, outnumbering the United defence by six to one. This is a re-working of the elaborate "attack, attack, attack" chant that so often boomed out of the stands in the seasons before, now a humorous, yet slightly concerned response to the signings of Shinji Kagawa, some Chilean bloke and Robin van Persie from Arsenal.

Manchester United

Where To Put Your Money For United vs Fulham

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Manchester United have a terrific record against Fulham and are a top priced 1.33 with Paddy Power to beat them at Old Trafford this weekend.

Sir Alex's men got the new season off to a poor start when going down 1-0 to Everton at Goodison where the only real positive to be taken out of the game was an excellent performance by Shinji Kawaga.

Supporters await Saturday’s big kickoff

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After weeks of build-up, which has been overshadowed to some degree by the London 2012 Olympics, the Premier League gets underway this weekend and it should be another enthralling season of top flight English football.

Taking a lot of the headlines will of course be the race for the title, with Manchester City looking to secure first position once again and their local rivals Manchester United eyeing up revenge over the next few months.

Through Ryu’s Lens: Shinji’s first Man Utd...

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Through Ryu's Lens: Shinji's first Man Utd minutes.

Football is back, and with that glorious statement is the fact that Ryu Voelkel has stopped taking pictures of Lebron James and started back up with his work relating to the beautiful game.

Rob Smyth’s Manchester United Season Preview

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Nobody turns failure into fuel like Sir Alex Ferguson. His response to a trophyless season is usually pretty uncomplicated: he just goes round collecting trophies like a giddy old broad in a supermarket sweep. Since his breakthrough in 1990, Ferguson has only failed to win something in five out of 22 seasons.

Screw the IPO, let’s talk about Shinji

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Apparently Manchester United is a publicly listed company on the New York Stock Exchange now. Also apparently, hearing from people who can count beyond 10 in their heads, the IPO itself has been completely anti-Unitedesque in its performance in Wall Street. It eventually ended up at a price that would be the footballing equivalent of being relegated after promising to finish in the top 4.

Break Down Of The Guardian’s Season Predictions – City vs United

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1. Manchester City
Pros
- There would be scope for improvement even if the existing staff was unaltered.

- It would be a mistake to view the squad as mercenaries whose true allegiance is to the pay cheque. There had, for instance, to be admiration of the persistence as well as the sheer composure shown by Agüero in his winner against QPR.

The Rest

Jogo 0296/2012 - Elim. Copa 2014 - Japão 3x0 Omã

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Mais um jogo das eliminatórias da Copa do Mundo de 2014, foi realizado no dia 03/06/2012, na cidade de Saitama-JPN, onde jogaram as seleções do Japão (30º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção de Omã (92º no ranking da FIFA).

Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções jogaram:
Eliminatórias Copa do Mundo
2010Muscat 07/06/2008 OMA1:1 (1:0)JPN Third stage2010Yokohama 02/06/2008 JPN3:0 (2:0)OMA Third stage2006Muscat 13/10/2004 OMA0:1 (0:0)JPN Second stage2006Saitama 18/02/2004 JPN1:0 (0:0)OMA Second stage1998Tokyo 28/06/1997 JPN1:1 (1:0)OMA First stage1998Muscat 23/03/1997 OMA0:1 (0:1)JPN First stage
Copa da Ásia
2004Chongqing 20/07/2004 JPN1:0 (1:0)OMA First stage
O quarteto de árbitros, foi:
Referee: Ravshan IRMATOV (UZB)
Assistant Referee 1: Abdukhamidullo RASULOV (UZB)
Assistant Referee 2: Bakhadyr KOCHKAROV (KGZ)
Fourth official: Timur FAIZULLIN (KGZ)

Scout:
Keisuke Honda (12.