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Discussion in 'Japan' started by UnknownSolo89, Jun 2, 2012.
Maeda is engaged defensively and is always in movement to put pressure on opponents, forcing errors. With Havenaar we may have more of a goal threat but we tend to have less of a numerical superiority when not in possession.
Havenaar, in these kind of games, is useful. He's a rock which you can count on it. Also against Iraq, i'd like to see him. I would understand the use of Maeda against Australia, the Socceroos won't close themselves in their midfield. Like Oman is doing and Iraq could do on Friday.
no, from what ive seen in the first half, any japanese fans should be happy. because japan completely controlled the game and their ahead with a goal oman had ZERO chance. at this stage, again no one is a push over.
okazaki header is unlucky, he shouldve scored but for japan, do the same in the second half and get the at least another goal to runaway witht result
beg to differ, dont have much use for a slow, awkward striker
I'm missing Tadanari.
he was scoring so much, right
btw yeah Maeda has also defensive duties. That is true.
MAEDA! But how the hell he control the ball?
Maeda 1-0 BS
Maeda very lucky there.
Better than Maeda, will you count with the old Maeda for the 2014 WC?
LET'S GOOOOOOOOO THAT'S THE ATTITUDE GUYS! AS IF IT WAS 0-0
Man, i LOVE Okazaki. He's ********in' good.
3-0, i think we can be quiet.
Talk him down and he will be MoM...
now, oman shouldn't be in their giveup-mode. they should at least try to get a goal back. because goal differences can be crucial for them at the end
Good thing is when they start connecting, they are awesome. When it rains it pours.
Zac going for the physical
Wow, "Maeda" is trending worldwide on Twitter. lol
Hi, I'm Italian.
are you satisfied with Zaccheroni's selections and tactics?
Time for Hosogai.