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By ESPN Staff
Feb 27, 2014

Japan name squad for tune-up

TOKYO -- Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni has named Milan's Keisuke Honda and Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa to a 23-man squad for next week's World Cup warm-up against New Zealand.

Shinji Kagawa was named to Japan's roster for the tune up against New Zealand.

Honda and Kagawa were among 11 Europe-based players named for the match against New Zealand; Japan's first as they prepares for their fifth-straight World Cup appearance.

"New Zealand...

By ESPN Staff
Nov 19, 2013

Mexico on brink of qualification

The All Whites were thrashed 5-1 at the Azteca stadium in the first game and will be hoping to avoid a repeat against El Tri.

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By ESPN Staff
Nov 19, 2013

Miguel Herrera: 'We're not a giant anymore'

Mexican coach brings some realism to fans after his side have had to qualify through the play-offs.

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By ESPN Staff
Nov 14, 2013

Miguel Herrera: I haven't won anything yet

Mexico manager Miguel Herrera refused to accept any praise after his side beat New Zealand 5-1 in the first leg of their World Cup play-off.

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