Honda wants to “help Cambodia develop a real playing style.” AFP
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Japanese star forward Keisuke Honda signed on as general manager of Cambodia's national team Sunday in a move that brings high-profile talent to a much-loved but struggling side. The unusual arrangement will see Honda, who signed for A-League side Melbourne Victory earlier this month and retired from international football in July after Japan's World Cup loss to Belgium, work without a salary for the length of the two-year contract.The 32-year-old striker and former AC Milan player told reporters through a translator that he was keen to assist Cambodian football and promote the country.
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