Price per head sportsbooks learned that Shinji Kagawa, Manchester United midfielder, spoke about his frustration after he was put on the sidelines by new boss David Moyes.
Kagawa, who last summer was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson, played only seven minutes this term for United, leaving the bench in the Community Shield win in August over Wigan – and pay per head services were expecting more action from the player.
However, price per head sportsbooks saw that after scoring a very nice goal for Japan in their 3-1 win over Ghana on Tuesday, the player took the opportunity to admit that he was not very happy after having been given a peripheral position at Old Trafford.
“Please ask David Moyes why I’m not in the side,” Kagawa, who was left out of the United squad that was defeated by Liverpool before the international break, told the AFP news agency.
“It is frustrating not playing but to score a goal like that gives me confidence. Hopefully I can take that back to my club with me and things will improve.
“It’s hard not playing regularly. Some days the frustration is worse than others; it comes in waves.
“So it’s nice to come back to Japan and get to play, and to score felt good.
“I just have to keep working hard and keep pushing for my chance. When I get back it will be a challenge to get into the team.
Price per head sportsbooks know that it could very well prove to be a challenge for the player, but they’re confident that he can make it.
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“When I get back to my club I have to wait for my chance in the Champions League and the Premier League. I’m sure my chance will come.”
Kagawa’s fans and price per head sportsbooks would like to see the player feature much more for his side, as they know what a great talent he is on the pitch.