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David Beckham (Revised Edition)
"A biography of English soccer player David Beckham"--Provided by publisher.
Soccer superstar David Beckham is one of the biggest celebrities in the world. Born in Great Britain, David was playing for England's top soccer team by the age of twenty. David moved to the United States in 2007 and joined the Los Angeles Galaxy. In 2011, David led the Galaxy to victory in the Major League Soccer (MLS) championship. Learn more about the life of one of sports' biggest stars.
David Beckham may not do many one-on-one interviews, but that does not stop him from appearing in the news almost as often as Donald Trump. Google the former England football captain’s name on any given day and up will pop a stream of fresh stories: the latest outings with his kids, a new tattoo or hairstyle, sponsorship deals, friends – and what the British tabloids presume his wife... Then there are the parties, business ventures, foreign trips – it is all there, from the sublime to the ridiculous. Brooklyn wears my stuff nearly every day, says David Beckham At the time of writing, fresh off the press is news that Beckham’s attempt to get a Major League Soccer franchise off the ground in Miami has been thrown into doubt due to complications... But back to the rare one-on-one interviews and foreign trips. Beckham, 42, is perched comfortably on a plush sofa in the largest suite at The Parisian Macao casino and hotel on his latest trip to Asia. He has just hurried up to the 37th-floor suite from a video shoot in the Brasserie on ground level, running an hour late even though he has already postponed a photo shoot. On this trip, Beckham is in the role of global ambassador for Las Vegas Sands, which operates a string of hotels and casinos in Macau – a former Portuguese outpost on the South China coast – including the Parisian. Next on the agenda is a weekend stopover in Singapore for other ambassadorial engagements, including the Singapore International Film Festival Benefit Dinner Red Carpet at the Marina Bay Sands. It is all familiar territory for one of the world’s most famous former footballers, whose star – and bank balance – have continued to rise since he hung up his boots in 2013. Beckham reveals that he is a regular visitor to Asia, a part of the... “We have quite a few partners and businesses in this part of the world. We try to spend as much time with them and show commitment as much as possible. So we’re here quite frequently,” he says, referring to “Team DB”. “I spend so much time, and I’ve spent so much time, in Asia – China and Japan – over the past 20 years. I’ve always had an affection for this part of the world – and for the people – because culturally I think it’s so special. I’ve always loved culture. “I think that people in this part of the world are so nice, so kind, so genuine. It’s just one of those places that I’ve always loved coming to. It’s why I spend so much time here. Beckham recalls that he first visited the region in his late teens when he went to China with his first club, Manchester United. But it was so long ago, he says, that he no longer remembers exactly where they went, though it could have been Beijing. “There was a spell where we came here every off-season … either to China or Japan. That was something we did for a long time. So every year, or every other year, we were back here,” he says. Beckham’s fondness for Chinese culture is reflected in his ever-expanding body art (the tabloids say he has had three new tattoos this year alone). One, down the left side of his body, is a string of characters – a proverb that roughly translates as: “Life and death are determined by fate, rank and riches. ” He caused hysteria when he lifted his shirt to reveal it to students at Beijing’s Peking University in 2013. His most recent Chinese tattoo, which he had needled onto his shin earlier this year, portrays Chang’e, the Chinese moon goddess. “I decided I wanted to have something that was beautiful, that was pretty, and I found this image and just went with it,” he says, but firmly refuses to let us photograph it. Beckham’s rise to fame may have begun with his skills on the pitch, but...
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David Beckham - Wikipedia
David Robert Joseph Beckham, OBE (/ ˈ b ɛ k əm /; born 2 May 1975) is an English former professional footballer. He played for Manchester United, Preston North End ...
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