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  • He was recognised as the best crosser of a ball in the world, some of the balls he would put into the area you just could not defend against and resulted in many goals

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      David Beckham, the most famous man on the planet and yet years ago, he was simply one of a several young players introduced to the Manchester United first team by Sir Alex Ferguson.

      He came along with the likes of Paul Scholes and Gary Neville, but was one of the last to actually break into the United team. He was a shy skinny lad who believed himself to be a central midfielder but was used on the right wing by Manchester United.

      In his early


      appearances you could see he was a good passer, but what was really standing out was his ability to connect with the ball and put it into the top corner of the net. He was developing a reputation for good free kicks and corners, something he had already developed within the ranks at Manchester United.

      As the years went on he was developing as a player, he was stronger, more confident and becoming a key part of the Manchester United team. He was recognised ...


      • as the best crosser of a ball in the world, some of the balls he would put into the area you just could not defend against and resulted in many goals.

        His career at Manchester United started to falter though as his relationship with Posh Spice grew. Fractions seemed to appear between Beckham and Sire Alex Ferguson and he seemed to be tired with playing on the right, often drifting inside to try and get himself on the ball but this was not what

        the team wanted.

        Tensions were coming to a head and he was eventually sold to Real Madrid. His career here was quite successful but had its moments as he struggled to come to terms with the different managers coming and going but he continued to have a good England career. He managed over 100 caps for the national side and at times carried the team.

        Having met Bechkam many years ago, I can confirm that he was a good lad who also appreciated the fans.




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