Posted by sean on January 12, 2007 at 9:34 am in Football with No Comments


So, David Beckham is leaving the Real Madrid subs bench to become popular again… in America – the same country where Paris Hilton is watched and adored by millions. Those crazy Yanks, they’ll watch anything (mind you, the UK seems transfixed by that ghastly Jade Goody and her family, so we’re not much better).

There have been no interviews with Sir Becks about the move stateside – until now! Yes, Sparkster.net caught up with Beckham at the Real Madrid B Team training ground to discuss the transfer. In his own words, exclusive for Sparkster.net, here is Golden Balls’ story on the move to LA Galaxy.

“I am really looking forward to leaving Spain. Posh says there are lots of clothes shops for her and a really massive Toys Are Us for me and the boys. I think playing in space will be different to playing in Spain. I like the La Liga league but the La Galaxy league will be much better! Yesterday I watched Space Jam on DVD. That was basketball in space. I hope that La Galaxy will be exactly the same but with football instead. I wonder if Porky Pig and Daffy Duck will play.”

David Beckham, MBE.

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