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Friday, 8 July 2011

Yuki Nagasato not afraid to Germany


striker Japan, Yuki Nagasato refused to acknowledge himself disturbed by the clash of the Women's World Cup quarter-final against host and defending champion Germany today in Wolfsburg. Germany, the champion two times were seeded to won a third championship, while Japan advanced after the surprise Group B with win over New Zealand and Mexico before losing to England 2-0 in the final group stage match.

"I was ready to play against them," said Nagasato, who played with the club Turbine Potsdam in Germany. "I was well acquainted with the players of Germany and that way I can help the team better prepared for the match. They may be big and strong but it is not a problem for me.
In football, size does not matter. We just need to think how to play with them, "said the 66 players who have been playing for the national team with 32 networks, including during a 2-1 win over New Zealand the other day. Meanwhile, Germany coach Silvia Neid is once again not be down the captain Birgit Prinz, 33, most women players gather Kaps in the world like the last meeting of the group stage against France and, following the dismal performance in the previous two games. "I do not think it will be placed in the starting line," Prinz said that will retire after this tournament. "There is no reason to change the players in attack position," he said.


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