In one of the few quiet moments in his whirlwind life, Keisuke Honda planned a trip to southern California last month.There were countless other ways for the 29-year-old to spend a few days off from his obligations at AC Milan. Honda is a massive star in his native Japan and a recognizable figure across Asia. Those are the trappings associated with his successes for club and country over the past few years.Instead of following one of those pursuits, Honda chose to hold a clinic at the StubHub Center instead. He hosted 100 local children in Carson, Calif. and introduced them to the methods espoused in one of his 50 soccer schools in Japan.The clinic served as the first step in a plan to establish a foothold in the United States moving forward and expand his sprawling business interests to a third continent. These are the paths forged at the end of a career, but Honda said he wanted to get started as quickly as possible.“I have limits, right? I don’t want to waste the time,” Honda told FOX Soccer recently in an exclusive interview. “I do what I can now.”Honda credits most of his success to his desire to take… Read full this story
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