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Beckham made more things move than just merchandise
by Samuel Charles, May 16th, 2013 8:28PM
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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] David Robert Joseph Beckham won titles with Manchester United, Real Madrid, the LA Galaxy and with Paris St. Germain in his final season. He also made 115 appearances for England. The 38-year-old Englishman with the platinum right foot left a trail of photographers, racy ads, bags of cash and higher ratings wherever he went.

Opinions vary, but there’s no disputing Beckham carried himself with class, and gave us an awful lot of videos to choose from. We'll stick to what he did on the field ...

Opening day of the 1996-97 season brought this from the stripe at midfield for United …



A sweet free kick from a sharp angle for Madrid against Sevilla in 2006…



And from 2001 against Greece, Beckham’s clutch kick qualifies England for the 2002 World Cup in stoppage time. Just follow that ball. This man made more things move than just merchandise…



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