Japan’s Keisuke Honda has now led Cambodia’s national soccer team in practice for the first time since he became general manager.
“It was a good practice. I want to make progress without rushing things,” Honda said following Tuesday’s practice in the Cambodian capital.
Honda, who signed a two-year contract with the team and also serves as a coach, observed players and took notes while the team warmed-up and did passing drills in match-like situations.
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