Wednesday, May 04, 2011

David Beckham needs to play in the Olympics

Posted by Admin On 4:47 PM

Former England captain David Beckham has restate his desire to be concerned with the Great Britain Olympic side in London. David, who turned 36 earlier this week, has already underlined his promise to continue playing for another three years.

His current deal with Los Angeles Galaxy in America's MLS is due to expire later this year, but he is not intending to retire. And that means Beckham will still be playing when the 2012 Olympics come around and he is hoping he will be concerned in some capacity.

David was part of England's coaching set-up at the World Cup last year, but he is hoping that he will be able to play in London next summer."We will see. I would like to be part of it in some way,"he told."I would like to be a player, of course, but to just be part of the team would be hard to consider for a football team to be able to play in England is a huge thing and to be playing would be a bonus.

David admits he cannot wait for the games to begin in 2012."For me to take my children to see some of the best athletes in the world performing arts arts at the highest level, it inspires children and that is something I have always believed in,"he continued."It is an inspirational feeling and amazing I would definitely do, I have been so proud to represent my country and to be able to help bring the Olympics to the East of London, I was so proud and it will be an astonishing time.

 

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