Keisuke Honda sings the Japanese national anthem for his Melbourne Victory teammates

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The Japanese attacker belted out the song during a bonding session with his new club

Melbourne Victory superstar Keisuke Honda is expected to have a significant impact on the pitch when he makes his debut in the A-League next month.

But the 32-year-old is also making quite an impression off the field with his Melbourne teammates.

During a bonding session at the team's pre season training camp on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Honda stood in front of his peers and belted out the words to 'Kimigayo' - the Japanese national anthem.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This song is the best in Japan. I sang for my family Melbourne Victory. #badsinger#butididmybest#national anthem

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The now retired Japanese international put his hand over his heart as he passionately sang the anthem - much to the amusement of the Victory squad.

Goal doesn't feel Honda's next stage in his career is going to be as a musical performer, but we are mighty excited about his potential impact on the A-League this season.

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