Former CSKA Moscow midfielder Keisuke Honda spoke about the years spent in Russia. It is reported by “Sport-Express”.
The Japanese said that the army club did not give him freedom. “Football is not only a game but a business. And in this industry it often happens that a player wants to leave and club it just won’t let go. It happened in our case. Did not give me freedom,” said the midfielder.
Despite the fact that Honda failed to gain a foothold in the first team of the Italian “Milan”, he does not regret moving from Russia. The player also added that he communicates with former colleagues in CSKA. “In Japan we have decided not to rake up the past,” he said.
31-year-old Honda played for CSKA from 2010 to 2013. CSKA Japanese won the championship of Russia 2012/2013 and two national Cup (2010/2011 and 2012/2013).
In December 2013, poluzaschity moved on a free transfer to Milan. Midfielder has played in the Italian club 78 games in Serie A, scoring eight goals. In July 2017, the player has become a player in the Mexican “Pachuca”.
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