Tag: Keisuke Honda
The Japanese midfielder tells United he does not need money but needs to play with a great team and teammates.
Keisuke Honda's goal was not enough to prevent Melbourne Victory from losing 2-1 to Melbourne City.
The 32-year-old Honda who retired from international football after Japan's heartbreaking 2018 World Cup in Russia, had been a free agent since departing Mexican club Pachuca.
Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC) Sao Sokha said the former AC Milan player won't receive a salary but that the federation would pay for his travel and accommodation.
Honda's signing is a coup for Victory after the departure of stalwart striker Besart Berisha and a bonus for the Australian league which has struggled to lure world-class talent.
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Honda, who scored 37 times in 98 appearances for his country, was used as an impact player off the bench in his third World Cup and had a couple of chances to grab a winner for Japan before the dramatic denouement.
Keisuke Honda excoriated former Japan head coach Vahid Halilhodžić's methods and strategies, deeming them to be "shameful".