Keisuke Honda

Keisuke Honda

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Keisuke Honda

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is a Japanese footballer who currently plays for Russian CSKA Moscow and the Japan national football team. His current position is as a deep-lying playmaker, but he can equally play as an attacking midfielder or second striker. He is also a very skilled free kick taker scoring one in the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa.

Club career

Early career

Born in Settsu, Osaka Prefecture, Honda started playing football with Settsu FC, the local club, when he was a second-grader at primary school. He joined Gamba Osaka's junior youth team but the club did not promote him to their youth team. He entered Seiryō High School (星稜高等学校) in Ishikawa Prefecture and started playing for the school. He was one of the key players when Seiryō advanced to the semi-final stage of the All Japan High School Soccer Tournament for the first time as a representative of Ishikawa Prefecture. He was chosen as one of the Designated Players for Development by J. League Division 1 and JFA in 2004.

Nagoya Grampus Eight

Because of this status, Honda was able to register as a Nagoya Grampus Eight player while he was still eligible to play for his high school. He played one J. League Cup match for Nagoya while he was still a student.

After his graduation, he officially joined Nagoya in 2005. He started the first match of the season and recorded an assist. In 2006, he became a regular in the club.


On 16 January 2008, Honda signed a two and half year deal with Eredivisie side......
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