Manchester United star Kagawa in all his glory

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Manchester United fans have found nothing more infuriating in David Moyes' brief tenure so far than his infrequent use of Shinji Kagawa, particularly when the club appear to be crying out for a creative influence of some repute.

The Japan international has played only twice for the Premier League champions so far this season, with an appearance in the Community Shield followed only by a starting berth against Bayer Leverkusen last week.

Kagawa has not played a single minute of football in the league this term, and Manchester United supporters have been left scratching their heads as to why Moyes is so reluctant to use the 26-year-old playmaker.

It has now become somewhat of a tradition for #FreeKagawa to begin trending on Twitter during a Manchester United game, but Moyes does not appear ready to heed the advice of the Old Trafford faithful.

Red Devils fans understandably want Kagawa to inject some creative impetus and be provided with an opportunity to replicate the form he demonstrated in Germany that resulted in his move to Manchester.

Injury prevented Kagawa from showing his true worth during his maiden season in Manchester, and this term he has not been given a chance to display the supreme gifts he showed with Borussia Dortmund.

Kagawa scored 29 goals and provided 12 assists in his two seasons with BVB, and the YouTube compilation above shows exactly what Moyes is missing by not deploying the player for Manchester United.

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