Found March 30, 2013 on Fox Soccer:
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David Beckham is reluctant to speculate on whether or not he will agree an extended stay at Paris Saint-Germain . After taking the decision to prolong his playing career in the French capital, the former England captain has shown that he is still capable of turning out at a competitive level. At 37 years of age he has had to settle for a support role at PSG, making many of his appearances off the bench, but his vast experience has made him a useful asset to Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian tactician has expressed a desire to see Beckham agree a 12-month extension to the short-term contract he penned on his arrival at Parc des Princes, but no official discussions have been held as yet. Beckham told Bein Sport: "Do I want to go on one more year in Paris? At my age, you have to take things one season at a time, but I am flattered to hear that Carlo wants to keep me on. "Physically I feel great, I have always done all I can to remain fit. I am also in one of the most beautifu...
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