Manchester United finished the Premier League season on the 4th spot of the English League which is an incredible feat taking into consideration that this was the debut season of Louis van Gaal and the Dutch manager had to deal with a number of setbacks throughout the entire season but still managed to end on a positive note as he pushed Manchester United to a Champions League spot.
Former England international David Beckham reckons that he expects Real Madrid’s record signing Gareth Bale to return to his best sooner rather than later.
Former Real Madrid superstar Luis Figo recently surprised everyone by putting forward his name as a candidate for the FIFA presidential elections.
A few weeks ago David Beckham was in the spotlight of the media after enduring a motorcycle accident which left the former star of Manchester United with no significantly real injuries but the Englishman has once again sustained another vehicle accident as he crashed his Audi RS6 Avant when Beckham had already gone to pick up his eldest son Brooklyn who was training with the youth academy team of Arsenal.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has revealed in his autobiography that former manager Sir Alex Ferguson did not want David Beckham to wear the iconic number seven shirt at the club.
Beckham is regarded as one of the finest midfielders to have won the iconic shirt, which has been won by many names like Eric Cantona and Cristiano Ronaldo. The England international, though, developed a reputation for being too flamboyant and not being focused on football. This ultimately led to his fallout with Ferguson.
Former England captain David Beckham, who holds the record for the most number of appearances by any outfield player for the national team, says that he is extremely impressed with the facilities at St George’s Park. The England FA spent a huge amount of money in order to build this state of the art facility to help players train and rest better. The facility has been done after the England FA drew inspiration from the likes of France and Germany, who have similar facilities built in the last decade.