PACHUCA.- About four years ago, a crack player from Japan left the club Pachuca and after that his football career was very unstable and even ended due to some of his results and the lack of interest shown by the teams There was also a danger of being , despite the fact that his performances during his time in Mexico were above average, so in LSR Hidalgo we tell you that it was from Keisuke Honda and a recent announcement put him back in the limelight.
Recently Extujo organized a match technician The Cambodian under-23 faced Malaysia in a disastrous 2-2 draw with a result that was not liked by managers or fans, forcing the 36-year-old star to publish a post on his official Instagram account .
“The project that started in 2018 has come to an end… We could not finish the last tournament with a satisfactory result, but I am looking forward to the future of all these players… Thanks to all who supported us, Keisuke Honda said after Tuesday’s match at 4 a.m. local time on May 16.
His adventures in that team began in 2018, when he was at Club Pachuca, as he announced that he would add his career as a player to technical director of Cambodia, where he basically decided to give the athletes the best results for each match.
Immediately, the Japanese was replaced by Félix Dalmas, of whom Sport Data cited that together with coach Ryu Hirose, he went with Keisuke Honda as it was his first experience leading a team, but it did not go well for him. when they were abolished in 2019. The tournament he hosted.
He was upset about not being called up with Japan in Qatar 2022
Earlier, Keisuke Honda showed his displeasure with Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu for not calling him to participate in the Qatar 2022 Soccer World Cup, the first tournament of its kind held in the Middle East, but went ahead and questioned the same. raised. Other players from his country were also not in the final list.
“What about Hasebe? What about Okazaki? What about Kagawa? What about Keisuke Honda?” Marijampol, where his career took a nosedive.
According to Transfermarkt data, cited three weeks after the start of the cup, Keisuke Honda did not play official matches in 2022, leaving him without a team at the end of 2021, for which he shared his profile on social networks. Expressed displeasure, but without receiving a response from the Japan coach traveling with his final list.
It was a route through club pachuca
It was in June 2017 when Keisuke Honda arrived at Club Pachuca, a team with whom he played 34 matches in the MX League and MX Cup, where he scored a total of 13 goals, a figure not considered so bad by the football media, but which he played in the Melbourne Victory. With decided to leave for Australia after two years.