David Beckham's shelf life as a Real Madrid 'galactico' faces further scrutiny this week as manager Mariano Garcia Remon ponders whether the England
captain's 'best before' label reads 'December 2004'.
Remon made the frank admission that Beckham was dropped, along with Roberto Carlos, for reasons of form after the 3-2 victory at Racing Santander on
Quite how Beckham reacts to such a put-down remains to be seen, but the ubiquitous national team skipper has found himself coming in for increased
flak for his on-field displays in the past 12 months.
in all honesty, i dont think he is in the same league in some of the players at real madrid. he had his uses, free kicks, long range passing, and he
works hard for the team. but in spain, just about every midfield player can get the ball and skin players and then score. he aint got that kind of
skill. i dont think the spanish team know how to use him right
is it the same with the whole team? and yer. i wouldnt mind playing bad and getting that much haha.
its just, there seems to be question marks over all 3 of there futures. owen has been linked with a move away before, and its asked, why did he get
bought, when they already has strikers there, and woodgate. am not sure whats going to happen with him
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