Three Lions legend David Beckham had his football boot auctioned off cheaply after they were recovered from criminals. The said football boots were sold for £300 while another pair that belonged to Cristiano Ronaldo went for £500.

The football boots were part of items recovered from crooks who bought them and other memorabilia as investments, according to reports. At the same auction, the boxing glove of boxing legend Mike Tyson went for £325 as part of the seized items being Proceeds of Crime Act.

David Beckham Still One of the Top Earning Sportspersons in 2016

Even though he may be retired, David Beckham still remains as one of the top earning sportspersons in the world.

The figures for 2016 have shown that Beckham was making £71,000 for each day through his various businesses. Since his retirement as a footballer, Beckham has showed a penchant for business by opening several ventures. Many of those ventures took advantage of this incredible popularity around the world, while he has also been looking at opening up a franchise in the MLS.


Three Lions legend David Beckham has hailed Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the player won Sweden Golden Ball award for the 11th time.

Beckham used to be Ibrahimovic’s teammate when he moved to the French side after his time in the Major League Soccer playing for Los Angeles Galaxy. Both players won the French Ligue 1 together before Beckham retired after just a year.

England lack a David Beckham, says former Scotland International Neil McCann

Former Scotland player Neil McCann says that England lack a player like Paul Scholes are David Beckham, someone who can galvanise the team with their world-class talent.

Beckham is regarded as one of the iconic English talents. He captained the country for several years and remained as one of the record appearance makers before being overtaken by Wayne Rooney. After his retirement a few years ago, Beckham has been looking to get into football ownership rather than football management. So far, his dream of becoming a football owner is yet to materialise.


Manchester United legend David Beckham has denied reports linking him to an ambassadorial appointment for his former club Real Madrid.

The former Three Lions skipper played for Madrid after he switched from Old Trafford in 2003. Popular Spanish news outlet Marca exclusively reported that the retired football star was set to take up a key role as Real Madrid planned a commercial expansion into the American market.


Former Manchester United player David Beckham was in Asia for a charity event as an ambassador for Marina Bay Sands.

The former Three Lions skipper reminded fans of his skills as he displayed some moves for the happy onlookers at the event. He posed for pictures in support for victims of the Kumamoto earthquake.

David Beckham pays tribute to Robbie Keane and might get into Futsal

After making over 140 appearances for Republic of Ireland and scoring 60+ goals for his national side, Robbie Keane opted to hang up his boots and not play any further matches at the international stage.

Robbie Keane and David Beckham have a close relationship as both of them played alongside each other some time ago in the MLS in LA Galaxy.

David Beckham Worried about progress made by Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp

Former Manchester United superstar David Beckham claims that he is worried about the progress being made by Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp.

The arrival of the former Borussia Dortmund manager was always expected to help Liverpool find a spring in their step. However, the impact made by the German has been quite profound and Liverpool have been playing much brilliantly than many would have expected. It was not a surprise that the club offered Klopp a new six year contract after witnessing him from close up for just six months. Just as Liverpool have progressed in leaps and bounds in the last 12 months, United have gone from bad to worse.

Beckham’s MLS Legacy

Back in 2007, David Beckham arrived in Los Angeles amid much fanfare and celebration among the Galaxy fans. It was a sign that the club would become instant title favourites and that the MLS could attract the best players in world football.

But ten years on has the Beckham effect had a positive impact on the MLS?