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Beckham Returns To Thrill Gill

Beckham Returns To Thrill Gill

United will play a game against a European all-star line-up, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome and the Busby Babes' entry into the European competition.

It means that David Beckham will play at Old Trafford once again as he was confirmed to be selected for the team led by Marcello Lippi, comprised of all the best players from major European clubs.

United's chief executive David Gill is delighted getting the chance to see Beckham at Old Trafford again.

'It is wonderful that David is coming back,' said Gill.

'He was a very important factor in our success throughout the 1990s and early into the 2000s.

'He is one of the best players the club has had and it is great to have him back.'


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Writer:Zae
Date:Sunday December 10 2006
Time: 2:13PM

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Kind words! But would Fergie be so kind!?!
BaldyYid
10/12/2006 14:56:00
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Wonder if Fergie will get the hairdryer treatment ready, or just throw a boot at Becks again?!
The Fear
10/12/2006 15:31:00
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of course fergie would see becks as one of our best players because he is there aint no doubting it
rooneyisgod
10/12/2006 21:04:00
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will be good to see him return to the old stomping ground....
ernshaw
12/12/2006 22:28:00
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