David Moyes reveals he wanted to bring Gareth Bale, Cesc Fabregas at Old Trafford

Former Manchester United David Moyes has revealed that he had planned moves for both Gareth Bale and Cesc Fabregas during his sole season in charge at Old Trafford.

The former Evertonian took up the United job in the summer of 2013 after Sir Alex Ferguson called time on his 26-year reign.

The 54-year-old, however, could not make much of his time at United after he was sacked in less than 10 months with the club placed seventh on the Premier League table. Speaking to The Mirror, the Scot admitted that he was at fault for the club's dismal performance, but things could have been different, had he been able to land his prime targets.

Don Garber Praises David Beckham as Ideal Person to Start a MLS Franchise

MLS commissioner Don Garber claims that David Beckham will be able to transform the league when his new franchise team finally comes into play.

Beckham is regarded as one of the iconic players to have represented in the Major League Soccer, which has been around for the last decade. The major boost to the popularity of the competition came when Beckham arrived on a free transfer from Real Madrid in the summer of 2005. Beckham was able to agree a whopping $ 250 million deal with the MLS for playing in this division. His presence boosted the profile of the league, and it also helped Beckham agree the potential option of starting a franchise at a subsidised cost.


Leicester City's summer signing Harry Maguire is hoping to get a call-up with the England national side through his performances in the upcoming campaign. The 24-year-old joined the Foxes from Hull City for £17m earlier in June after turning down the opportunity to join Tottenham Hotspur.

Maguire went through the previous season with Hull City almost unscathed, and this could not prevent the Tigers from beating the drop. The Englishman had the option of staying put for the final year of his Hull contract, but he decided to pursue a fresh challenge in the Premier League in order to encourage his chances of an England call-up.

David Beckham’s Miami Franchise close to acquiring Stadium approval

Former England international David Beckham is on the cusp of obtaining approval for the Major League Soccer expansion club in Miami, league commissioner Don Garber has revealed.

Beckham has openly revealed his plans to bring a franchise in Miami, and his expansion bid is on the agenda at an MLS owners meeting on Wednesday.

The approval is entirely based on a vote which could end a prolonged saga of more than three and a half years during which the 42-year-old has struggled to find a site where he could build up the new stadium whilst also securing land to house the team.

Cicinho explains how befriending David Beckham cost him €25,000

Former GalacticoCicinho has revealed one incident during his time at Real Madrid which cost him a hefty chunk of his wages.

The Brazilian had joined Los Blancos from Sao Paolo back in January 2006, and he had been fond of one particular Madrid legend in David Beckham.

During his first encounter during a team meal, the 37-year-old was seated alongside stalwarts Robert Carlos, Robinho, Zinedine Zidane and Beckham himself. In the excitement, Cicinho accidentally spilled juice on Beckham's leg and suit, but the Englishman stayed calm over the situation.

Manchester United missed out on Ronaldinho because of David Beckham

Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta has revealed that Manchester United missed out on the signing of Ronaldinho owing to David Beckham’s decision to join arch rivals Real Madrid.

The former England international was initially predicted to join the Catalan giants after they stuck an agreement with the Red Devils to pursue his signature. However, they could not manage to settle a similar deal with Beckham’s representative, and this eventually urged them to sign Ronaldinho instead in 2003.

Final approvals of David Beckham´s stadium are underway

David Beckham´s process of building a soccer stadium in Miami is reaching it´s final stages in terms of having all the preparations completed as the English retiree bought the final piece of land that was needed in order to actually kick-off the construction procedure.

The Miami based soccer stadium will have 9 acres of land in it´s entirety but it wasn’t until a few days ago that David Beckham and his associates got the approval to buy the final 3 acres of land which they had not received permission to acquire it until recently.

David Beckham reveals how his son misled him into missing his first tattoo

Former England international and Manchester United legend David Beckham revealed that his son nearly deceived him in order to get his first tattoo to celebrate his 18th birthday in April this year.

In an interview on James Cordens’ The Late Late Show, the British stalwart revealed that he had intervened in the nick of time in order to stop his son from getting inked in his absence.

David Beckham Crowned with the PFA Merit Award

David Beckham has been crowned with the prestigious PFA Merit award, which has been won by the likes of Ryan Giggs in the past.

Regarded as one of the greatest footballers in his time, Beckham has played for top clubs in the world like Real Madrid, Manchester United, and AC Milan. He recently ended his career while playing for Paris St Germain and LA Galaxy. Now, the star has been looking to enter into football ownership rather than management. After having served as an inspiration to several million players around the world, Beckham has also been a key figure in the England national team.