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David Beckham To Be Knighted
After 10 years of delay, Manchester United legend is all set to be knighted as Sir David Beckham by Queen Elizabeth. Ex England football skipper David Beckham is reported to have been formally selected and counted to the official list of suggestions for a knighthood for next June.
After a long-running economic fuss that caught the 46-year-old interested in a tax-avoidance conspire, the Manchester United and the former captain is finally eligible to be a Sir, after having his finances settled.
David’s grants to England football are well established. It contains an on-field epic such as a wonderful goal against Greece that allowed them for the 2002 World Cup and his off-field ones such as helping in the preparations for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
In his 20-year-long professional career, which finished in 2013, Beckham appeared for 115 matches for England and he made a massive 265 appearance for Manchester United. He also represented Spanish giants Real Madrid from the year 2003 to 2007.
In the year 2012, Beckham performed a helpful part in London’s thriving Olympic bid. After transferring to French club Paris Saint-Germain, Beckham declared his retirement from football. He finished his outstanding career with 19 major awards.