England midfielder David Beckham has clashed with another supporter in the U.S., just a week after an ugly exchange with supporters on his return to the LA Galaxy following his loan spell in Italy. The 34-year-old confronted a fan wearing an England shirt during Galaxy’s 1-1 draw away to Kansas City Wizards on Saturday
David Beckham has been involved in an ugly confrontation with supporters at his first home match for the Los Angeles Galaxy since returning from his loan spell with AC Milan in Italy. The former England captain attempted to jump over a barrier as he left the field at half-time into a section of the crowd that had been jeering him. Beckham was held back by security staff, members of whom were also needed to restrain an angry fan who left his seat and rushed towards the midfielder.
The commander of Turkey’s NATO force in Afghanistan and another soldier were killed this week in a road accident in northern Afghanistan, the Turkish military said Thursday. Beckham has been criticized in the United States for going out on loan to AC Milan, missing the start of the MLS season, but on the eve of his return to action with Galaxy took the opportunity to put the record straight. “I was given chance to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world (AC Milan) and still be contracted to my club,” he said.
David Beckham says he is still fully committed to the Los Angeles Galaxy but will not give up on his dream of playing for England in the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa. Beckham has been criticized in the United States for going out on loan to AC Milan, missing the start of the MLS season, but on the eve of his return to action with Galaxy took the opportunity to put the record straight.