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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Happy to be back? David Beckham makes the most of returning to the UK by taking his sons to the football with funnyman James Corden


He is fast settling back into the British lifestyle.

David Beckham was at Upton Park on Saturday to watch former club Manchester United as they attempted to beat West Ham - he was joined by famous pal James Corden.
Beckham, who helped LA Galaxy to the MLS Cup crown last month, sat alongside sons Romeo and Broolyn to cheer on Sir Alex Ferguson's men before being joined by footie fan Corden.

Show of support: David Beckham was at Upton Park to watch Manchester United against West Ham

Happy to be back? David Beckham looks thrilled when he is joined by pal James Corden at the footie

They will be leaving Los Angeles after former England captain Becks, 37, played his final game with LA Galaxy last month.
And former England midfielder Beckham may have mixed memories when it comes to West Ham's home ground.
Beckham was singled out by Irons' fans when he visited with United after the World Cup in 1998.
The winger was sent off during England's second round match against Argentina after kicking out at opposing midfielder Diego Simeone. England went out of the competition on penalties, and Beckham was blamed by many fans for the country's shortcomings that year.

Guess who he supports? Beckham applauded after Tom Cleverley put the visitors a goal up

Before the match at Upton Park on August 29, 1998, an effigy of Beckham was left hanging outside an East End pub. The match ended 0-0, and the former Real Madrid player was viciously booed upon every touch of the ball.
But United went on to win an unprecedented treble that year, after Beckham and Co lifted the Premier League, the Champions League and the FA Cup under Ferguson's guidance.
Beckham would also redeem himself to England fans in years to come, and was handed the mantle of England captain two years after the World Cup woe. He is now England's second most-capped player, with a remarkable 115 appearances for his country.

Pleased to be back: David Beckham and his kids leave West Ham United Football ground

Derided: Beckham (left) was blamed by a number of England fans for the country's exit from the 1998 World Cup

Remember this? Beckham and Manchester United went on to win the treble in the 1998/99 season

source: dailymail

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