Honda wants to stay at Milan next season

May 25, 2015

Honda wants to stay at Milan next season

Keisuke Honda made it clear on Sunday that he wants to remain at AC Milan next season. “A lot of people will leave a club solely for individual reasons,” Honda said, after putting in a full shift during Milan’s 3-0 victory over Torino. “But ...

Apr 4, 2015

Milan's Honda out with foot injury

Japan Midfielder Keisuke Honda Will Miss Ac Milan’s Serie A Game Away To Palermo On Saturday Due To A Foot Injury, Milan Boss Filippo Inzaghi Said Friday. Inzaghi said Honda suffered a sprained left ankle in training on Thursday and expects him to be ...

Japan strikes twice in second half against Tunisia

Mar 27, 2015

Japan strikes twice in second half against Tunisia

Shinji Okazaki and Keisuke Honda struck in the second half to give Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic a 2-0 win over Tunisia in his debut on Friday. Shinji Kagawa featured in both goals as Japan took its first step under the Bosnian, whose men will ...

Honda slams AFC over Asian Cup schedule

Jan 21, 2015

Honda slams AFC over Asian Cup schedule

by Gus Fielding

Keisuke Honda, already fined $5,000 for blasting a referee after Japan’s opening 4-0 win against Palestine, has delivered a thinly veiled dig at the Asian Football Confederation — this time for the fixture scheduling at the Asian Cup. The AC Milan attacker was on ...

Japan's players rally around fined Honda

Jan 18, 2015

Japan's players rally around fined Honda

by Gus Fielding

Several of Japan’s senior players have leapt to the defense of Keisuke Honda and expressed their shock Sunday at the $5,000 fine the AC Milan midfielder has been handed by the Asian Football Confederation’s disciplinary committee for critical comments about refereeing at the Asian ...

Honda not satisfied after win

Jan 17, 2015

Honda not satisfied after win

Keisuke Honda has vowed to atone for a raft of missed opportunities in Japan’s 1-0 win over Iraq at the Asian Cup on Friday night. Honda scored from the penalty spot for the second game in a row as the defending champions seized control ...

AFC defends referees after Honda criticism

Jan 14, 2015

AFC defends referees after Honda criticism

AFC president Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa has ignored the complaints of players and coaches about the standard of officiating at the Asian Cup and praised the work of the referees. The Bahraini, accompanied by Asian Football Confederation general secretary Alex Soosay, met ...