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David Beckham’s Son Wears ARSENAL Shorts During Kickabout With Family

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David Beckham is a Manchester United legend, having played for the club he grew up supporting for eight years before making the big-money switch to Real Madrid in 2003 for £25million. He also enjoyed spells with LA Galaxy, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain before retiring in 2013, but he never returned to England because of his love for United.

As one of the ‘Class of ‘92, Beckham grew to be part of the fabric at Old Trafford alongside the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and both Gary and Phil Neville.
Though he was almost like Sir Alex Ferguson’s prodigal son after a rocky relationship with the Scot for a few years before his departure for Spain, Beckham has nothing but good things to say about the man he calls a father figure and who gave him the opportunity to fulfil his dream.

Now a world famous name and face as a charity worker, model and entrepreneur, Beckham has never forgotten his roots. Though he has finally set up his own Major League Soccer Franchise in Miami, he has also joined the revolution at Salford City, buying out a 10% stake in the club to join Giggs, Scholes, the Nevilles, Butt and billionaire Peter Lim as part owner.

He still plays, too, as he did at QPR’s Loftus Road recently, of course donning the famous red shirt alongside his sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.

Yet, eagle-eyed viewers saw that not all of his sons were towing the line. Romeo was wearing Arsenal shorts, and there is further proof that he may have chosen the Gunners over his dad’s first love.
He and Brooklyn both had trials at the club, with David also training with them to keep his fitness up during his career. We’re not sure he’ll be too happy about this revelation, though, and it may well break his heart a little to see him cheering a different team on in title races and top four chases over the years to come.
David and his teammates had a lot of battles with Arsene Wenger’s side, going head to head with them for many titles between 1998-2004 particularly. But the Red Devils often had the last laugh, lifting four league titles and a Champions League with Beckham in the side.
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