How well can Keisuke Honda split his time between Cambodia and Melbourne Victory?

Keisuke Honda does not need to be on the same continent as the Cambodia national team to know that he has quite a job on his hands to take the Angkor Warriors forward.

The ongoing 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup — of which the Japan international plays only a bit part — is proof of that.

The 1-0 loss to Malaysia in Phnom Penh and the 4-1 defeat in Myanmar this week showed that there is much for the 32-year-old to work with: Talent, passion and determination. At the same time there is much work to do: A failure to take chances, problems in defence and game management as well as a tendency to fade in the final part of games.

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