“Man Utd signing Kagawa is the biggest moment in Japanese football history”

| June 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

After another stunning season with Borussia Dortmund, Shinji Kagawa has agreed terms withManchester United, which marks the biggest moment in Japanese football history, according to J-League expert, Cesare Polenghi, who’s chartered the attacking midfielder’s career since junior days.

Also this week, John Terry "triumphs" once again as England manager Roy Hodgson resists the urge to call up Terry's nemesis Rio Ferdinand in the wake of a pre-Euro 2012 injury crisis.


- Craig Bellamy reveals in exclusive interview: "Who said I was looking forward to playing under Brendan Rodgers?"

- France v England Euro 2012 Group D game preview

- Why Italy’s corruption crisis won’t have a World Cup 2006 effect on galvanising the squad

- Group B of Death openers – Netherlands v Denmark & Germany v Portugal

- Vegalta Sendai from tsunami/earthquake afflicted area of Japan lead the J-League

- The fall of Gamba Osaka and the failure of Japanese clubs in ACL this season

- Death-defying Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba meets his heroes as Real Madrid play Manchester United in veterans’ charity game in Madrid

From L-R: Neil Humphreys, Jason Dasey, Mayur Bhanji, Cesare Polenghi


  • Craig Bellamy, Liverpool and Wales Forward
  • Cesare Polenghi, Senior Editor at Goal.com & Italy/J-League Expert
  • Neil Humphreys, award-winning football author, columnist and satirist
  • Mayur Bhanji, ex-BBC & Real Madrid TV Reporter, Football Asia Producer
  • Jason Dasey, Premier League Host & Executive Producer, Astro SuperSport

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