David Beckham Biography

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David Beckham Biography
David Beckham Biography

David Beckham Biography – Who doesn’t know David Beckham? Certainly, everyone who loves soccer would know who David Beckham is. Even, some who knows nothing of soccer and stuff would still know that David Beckham is such a great and prominent soccer player from England. Here’s David Beckham biography for more detailed information about him.

David Beckham Born on May 2, 1975, in Leytonstone, London, England, David Beckham started his soccer career in Manchester United, one of the biggest soccer clubs in the United Kingdom, even in the world. That is because David lived with parents and families who are fans of Manchester United. When he was 16, Beckham signed up to Manchester United’s youth training scheme after his talent for the game had become evident, and in 1992, he had become a part of the talented group of the young players.

Early 1993, Beckham who is the only son of the family, signed his first professional contract with Manchester United. And after being loaned to Preston North End, he finally made his Premier League Debut on 2 April 1995 in a goal-less draw against Leeds United. David Beckham has become the Professional Footballers’ Association Young Player of the Year in 1997. Two years after, in 1999, David Beckham had successfully brought Manchester United to the Premier League title, the FA Cup championship, and the Champions League title.

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Meanwhile, in 2001, he had made England being qualified for the 2002 World Cup by his last-minute free kick against Greece. In 2003, the soccer player who married to Victoria Adams of Spice Girls in 1999 was acquired by Real Madrid. Four years later, in 2007, Beckham decided to move across the ocean to sign a reported five-year, $250 million deal with the L.A. Galaxy. And then, on May 16, 2013, the right-footed soccer player who insured himself for £100 million in 2006, announced that he would be retiring at the end of the 2013 season, ending his 21-year soccer career.

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