Apparently, this is a letter written by a young David Beckham written to a mate back home in Manchester. It’s framed and on a wall in a pub in Soho, London.
In it, he talks about having to sprint 8 miles a day and having a bank account with a whopping £230 pounds in it.
I’m counting down the top ten players who have made me laugh and (almost) cry since the start of the Premier League. The list doesn’t only take into account how these players performed on the field, it also takes into account how they performed off the field too… This week, I award seventh place to David Beckham.
The Beckham circus rolled into North London last week. Sure, he is only training with them, he isn’t a fully signed up member of Redknapp’s revolution, but Tottenham didn’t bow out of negotiations easily. They wanted him to play. What did the locals think? Did they want the ex-England captain on the turf of their beloved White Hart Lane pitch? Let’s see…
So David Beckham has decided to flog his Porsche 911 on Ebay. That’s all very well, but what do you get for your $200k…
Well, according to Chequered Flag, the dealership who has the listing, it’s been owned by one celebrity soccer player, has only 6,774 miles on the clock and custom…. Whatever, check out these seats…
The rules to a FIFA scouting report are simple. A new or prospective signing for a club represents them on FIFA 11 against three random clubs from their native league. Will their performance be relative to how they’ll get on in real life? Who knows? Maybe club managers and owners will be using this method in the future.
David Beckham plays three matches for Tottenham on FIFA 11. How did he get on?