David Beckham

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David Beckham

David Beckham (b. England 2 May 1975) is a retired soccer player, widely considered to be one of the best players England has ever produced, which means next-to-nothing because atheistic England has the most overrated players in the world. Even the English constructed effigies of Beckham after blaming him for the English team's untimely exit from the 1996 World Cup. Beckham's primary (and perhaps only) talent is to say what the liberal media like or not say anything at all. Britain's pathetic 2012 Olympic team did not even want him.

He is the former England captain, and has played for his country 108 times, although he now plays club football in America. Beckham made his name as a player with English club Manchester United and spent a period at Spanish club Real Madrid. In January 2007, he left Real and signed a five-year contract with Los Angeles Galaxy. After several loan spells he joined French club Paris Saint Germain in 2013 retiring soon afterwards.

Beckham has also lucrative endorsement deals with companies such as Adidas, Pepsi, Gillette and Motorola. Times Online

The David Beckham LA Galaxy shirt has become the biggest-selling sports jersey in the world, according to Adidas, the sportswear manufacturer with which the midfielder has a £320m lifetime deal. Beckham fans

He has three sons with wife Victoria Beckham: Brooklyn (b. 4 March 1999), Romeo (b. 1 September 2002) and Cruz (b. 20 February 2005).

His popular nicknames are "Becks" and "Spice boy". He has tattoos in Hebrew (from Song of Solomon), English, Latin, and Hindi.

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