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According to a report via the Associated Press, renowned former soccer player David Beckham, will continue his quest to popularize the beautiful game in the United States by starting a 20th Major League Soccer franchise in Miami.
A person with knowledge of the situation says David Beckham has chosen Miami to start a Major League Soccer franchise.
The former England captain will ask the MLS to approve the ownership option in his league contract when he joined the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because plans for the team have not been made public.
Beckham has been mulling the location of an MLS team in anticipation of his new career as a team owner. He left the Galaxy in December after five years and retired from playing in May after four months with Paris Saint-Germain.
I don’t know if this is a wise business decision considering Miami sports fans’ well-documented apathy when it comes to some of their local teams, but you never know it may work.
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David Beckham has retired from playing soccer, but he intends to remain very involved with the sport. So involved, in fact, that the former English national team captain is reportedly looking to start his own Major League Soccer franchise in Miami. The MLS has been looking to expand to 24 teams by 2020, and Beckham […]
David Beckham is finalizing plans to start a Major League Soccer franchise, and hoping his son Brooklyn could feature on the team sheet one day.
While wary about putting any pressure on his children to follow in his famous footsteps, the former England captain tells The Associated Press he hopes Brooklyn could be good enough to play in his team one day.
Five months after retiring...
A person with knowledge of the situation says David Beckham has chosen Miami to start a Major League Soccer franchise. The former England captain will ask the MLS to approve the ownership option in his league contract when he joined the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because plans for the team have not been made public...
Former international soccer star David Beckham is reportedly aiming to bring a new Major League Soccer franchise to the sunny skies and sandy beaches of Miami.
According to the Associated Press, Beckham has been spent the first few months of his retirement mulling over a location, and now it appears he has made a decision.
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“I think bringing an MLS team...
With his playing career over, former England captain David Beckham has decided his next move: starting a Major League Soccer team in Miami.
Since leaving the Los Angeles Galaxy in December, and retiring from the game after a subsequent five-month stint at Paris Saint-Germain , Beckham has been mulling over the location for his MLS franchise.
Beckham has now made up his mind and...
David Beckham appears to have chosen Miami as the destination for his Major League Soccer franchise, according to widespread reports.
Former Los Angeles Galaxy star Beckham has been weighing his options as he looks to launch a new MLS team since his retirement from the game this past summer and it seems as though Florida is his preferred location -- if he is successful in acquiring...
It was revealed yesterday that David Beckham, the former England captain and Manchester United star, picked Miami as the location for his new MLS franchise. He also recently revealed that he wants Sir Alex Ferguson to manage his new MLS team.
It’s been an interesting few weeks for Becks, who also gave a vote of confidence to embattled United Manager David Moyes.
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Various sources are reporting David Beckham will lead a Miami Major League Soccer franchise. The official announcement will come either in December at MLS Cup or in January at the Superdraft/NSCAA Convention. Either way, Orlando City will have been announced as moving from USL PRO to MLS by that time therefore creating an instant Florida rivalry. I
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David Beckham’s new venture: Setting up MLS team in Miami - originally posted on Soccerlens.comFormer Manchester United and Real Madrid star David Beckham is likely to set up a Major League soccer team in Miami. According to reports from Guardian, the 38-year-old has been mulling over the location for a prospective MLS franchise, since his retirement from football.
The high profile...
David Beckham has backed David Moyes to win over his doubters at Manchester United, after insisting whoever succeeded Sir Alex Ferguson was likely to be in for a rough ride at Old Trafford.
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