David Beckham

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David Beckham, né le 2 mai 1975 à Leytonstone (banlieue Est de Londres), est un footballeur anglais. En 2009, il est l'un des joueurs les plus célèbres au monde, et évolue au club de Los Angeles Galaxy. Sa carrière débuta lorsqu'il signa à Manchester United et effectua sa première apparition dans l'équipe première en 1992 à l'âge de 17 ans. Il jouera un rôle clé dans la domination du club sur le championnat d'Angleterre durant les années 1990 et début des années 2000 et en permettant au club de réaliser le triplé...

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David Beckham, né le 2 mai 1975 à Leytonstone (banlieue Est de Londres), est un footballeur anglais. En 2009, il est l'un des joueurs les plus célèbres au monde, et évolue au club de Los Angeles Galaxy. Sa carrière débuta lorsqu'il signa à Manchester United et effectua sa première apparition dans l'équipe première en 1992 à l'âge de 17 ans. Il jouera un rôle clé dans la domination du club sur le championnat d'Angleterre durant les années 1990 et début des années 2000 et en permettant au club de réaliser le triplé en 1999 en remportant le championnat, la coupe et la Ligue des Champions. Il quitta l'Angleterre en devenant le troisième Anglais à signer au Real Madrid en 2003 après Laurie Cunningham et Steve McManaman. Il est le deuxième joueur le plus sélectionné de l'histoire de l'équipe d'Angleterre (108 sélections) dont il fut le capitaine entre le 15 novembre 2000 et le 2 juillet 2006 et a terminé à deux reprises second du meilleur footballeur de l'année FIFA (1999 et 2001).

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  • ISBN-13: 9786130206437
  • Publisher: VDM Publishing House Ltd.
  • Publication date: 7/24/2010
  • Pages: 120
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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  • Posted February 24, 2010

    This book is a score!

    If you're a soccer fanatic like me, you'll love this book! Go back through the life of the soccer standout David Beckham. Learn the story of a boy who grew up spending day after day practicing his skills and never giving up. David grew up dreaming of playing for only one team, Manchester United. David spent his whole childhood with a soccer ball at his feet, always giving one hundred percent. He spent many hours out on the feild, therefore he gave up most of his child and teenage years. He was a majorly skilled player and was noticed when he was just eleven years old. His hardwork paid off the day his dreams came true. He's been a huge success, been to the world cup a few times, and won many games. Even when his team had a bad season, he stayed positive. This book is very inspiring to any young soccer player draming of going big with the beautiful game. I would recommend checking out this book to anyone looking for a good read, aboiut a great game, and an amazing player. You won't be disappointed when you finish this book.

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