Tag Archives: David Beckham

Antonio Valencia vacates No. 7 shirt

Antonio Valencia has given up the most prestigious shirt in Manchester United’s history after a difficult year wearing the number graced by five of the club’s greats. George Best, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo have made the No. 7 shirt particularly prized at Old Trafford. And it was handed to winger […]

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End of the era of my heroes – David Beckham

Guest post by @afansopinion: a 25yr old Dad of 2 boys. Enjoy writing about various football topics when I have some free time. Non biased Villa fan. In love with Andi Weimann. I’m no expert, these are just my thoughts, just a fans opinion, on the latest goings on, in the sometimes, not so beautiful game. Visit […]

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Deadline Day Analysis – The 5 big moves

So with the Transfer Window firmly shut until the summer, we take the opportunity to present some expert opinions on the five big moves on Deadline Day. You can read the complete article on Sky Sports. Beckham to PSG: Gary Neville: He’s played for some big football clubs in big cities: Milan, Madrid, Manchester, LA […]

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Redknapp has a point to prove at QPR

It’s difficult to tell who will be the most relieved party after QPR moved to replace Mark Hughes with Harry Redknapp in the most predictable managerial change of the season. …Redknapp knows that at 65, the opportunity to take over at QPR may be the last top-flight role in his career. He will also feel […]

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David Beckham – Where next ?

The soon-to-be former MLS player will think about a move back to England, but Australia and China are the most realistic options. When David Beckham says he intends to take on one more challenge before hanging up his boots, we had better take him seriously. Since Sir Alex Ferguson ended his dream of staying at […]

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Preview: Man United vs Tottenham

The last time Spurs won as visitors, it was in December 1989 with Gary Lineker as the scorer.  Tottenham have lost 22 of the next 26 games since then at Old Trafford, including the last 9 in a row. The statistics look bleak but they also hide some of the electrifying results of these fixtures […]

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