"I think it's too high risk. If I were a manager I don't think I would do the deal because there's a chance it could upset the apple cart. You would get a lot of publicity. It might work but it
might backfire. It's a risk. ... There are lots of reasons to do it but just as many reasons not too. I'm sure he still has something to offer because he's a clever player and he is still doing the
same things now as he did when he was 20."
-- Former England and English Premier League manager Kevin Keegan weighs in whether it's a good idea for Tottenham Hotspur to bring in the Los Angeles Galaxy's 35-year-old David Beckham on loan for a couple of months. Beckham is reportedly waiting for the Galaxy's approval of such a move. (Reuters)