BECKHAM AIMING FOR WORLD CUP 2010

Golden Balls David Beckham is hoping to play in the World Cup 2010, should England qualify through their group.

BECKHAM WORLD CUP 2010David Beckham will be 35 years old when the 2010 World Cup starts, but the former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder, who is due to join AC Milan on loan from LA Galaxy is hoping that he can keep fit and be selected by Fabio Capello.

Beckham is the second most capped outfield player in England’s history with 107 appearances, the late Bobby Moore leads with a tally of 108 caps. Beckham is hoping that his move to AC Milan will help him prove form and fitness to Capello in the lead up to the World Cup.



David Beckham:

WORLD CUP 2010 BECKHAM It’s important that I keep my fitness up and that’s one of the reasons I’m going to Milan for a few months.

I take each game as it comes. If I carry on to the World Cup, then great but I’m enjoying the qualifiers at the moment and enjoying the way the team are playing and the way they are bonding together.



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  • Group of Death
    So the 2010 World Cup draw has been made – the usual uneventful event did have a few surprises this time around.
    Most notably, Group G is the infamous “Group of Death.” In it are Brazil, Portugal, Ivory Coast and North Korea. So what makes it the Group of Death?
    Well, Brazil are Brazil. Ivory Coast may be the most talented African team. Portugal have Cristiano Ronaldo. And North Korea, well, let’s just say they don’t have a hope in hell.
    In fact, why are North Korea allowed to play in such a tournament considering their human rights record and nuclear plans? Personally, I think politics has nothing to do with football, I think there are boundaries and North Korea should not be there at all. With North Korea on board, it really is a group of death.

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