Keisuke Honda is a Japanese professional football player and manager. He currently is a player for Neftçi in the Azerbaijan Premier League, and he is also general manager and coach of the Cambodia national team. A versatile player, he usually plays as an attacking midfielder, but he can equally play as a winger, a false nine or as a deep-lying playmaker, and frequently featured as a right winger for Milan during the 2014–15 Serie A season. A quick, creative, strong, and useful player, he is also known for his accuracy from bending free-kicks, powerful striking ability from distance, dribbling skills, and delivery as a dead ball specialist. He has earned over 90 international caps between 2008 and 2018, playing at the 2010, 2014 and 2018 World Cups. He also won the 2011 Asian Cup, where he was also voted Player of the Tournament.
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About Keisuke Honda
Attacking midfielder who joined CSKA Moscow in 2010 and became part of the Japanese national team in 2008.
Keisuke Honda Before Fame
He played his youth career with the Gamba Osaka and at Seiryo High School.
Achievement of Keisuke Honda
His cousin, Tamon Honda, competed in the 1984, '87, and '92 Olympic Games as a wrestler.
Keisuke Honda Family Life
He married Misako, a kindergarten teacher, in 2008.
Associations of Keisuke Honda
He became teammates with Shinji Kagawa on the Japanese national team.
Information related to Keisuke Honda
- Cambodia national football team managers
- Japan under-20 international footballers
- Expatriate football managers in Cambodia
- Melbourne Victory FC players
- Olympic footballers of Japan
- AFC Asian Cup-winning players
- VVV-Venlo players
- Association football people from Osaka Prefecture
- C.F. Pachuca players
- Nagoya Grampus players
- Japan youth international footballers
- Japanese football managers
- SBV Vitesse players
- Portimonense S.C. players
- Japanese expatriate footballers
- Footballers at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- PFC CSKA Moscow players
- Japan international footballers
- Footballers at the 2006 Asian Games
- Azerbaijan Premier League players
- Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas players
- Expatriate soccer players in Australia