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Keisuke Honda to step down from Cambodia role after SEA Games

Keisuke Honda to step down from Cambodia role after SEA Games

Keisuke Honda to step down from Cambodia role after SEA Games

Japanese football manager Keisuke Honda

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  • Keisuke Honda will step down as Cambodia coach after the Southeast Asian Games in May.
  • Cambodia were eliminated from the Asean Championship on Monday.
  • He will take part in Under 22 squad for the SEA Games.
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Keisuke Honda will stand down as general manager of Cambodia’s national squad following the Southeast Asian Games in May, according to the country’s football organisation.

Since August 2018, Honda, who represented Japan at the World Cup in 2010, 2014, and 2018 and won the Asian Cup in 2011, has been working with the Cambodians.

On Monday, Cambodia fell 3-1 to Thailand and was eliminated from the Asean Championship.

Before departing, Honda will prepare the country’s Under 22 squad for the SEA Games, which Cambodia will host from May 5 to May 17.

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