David Beckham drops major hint, to come out of retirement?
Former England captain and Manchester United icon David Beckham has dropped a mjor hint that he could come out of retirement and set his feet again on the pitch. The 39 year has recently calimed thet he misses the pitch and might captain hsi newly bought Miami MLS franchise. According to several reports, Beckham who retired last year after a short stint playing in France for Paris Saint-Germain, admitted he had “a tough time” after calling a halt to his career.
the news comes in the wake of the former Real madrid player appearing on the new BBC documentary David Beckham: Into The Unknown, he said he had gone through “a stage of enjoying the rest” but was now tempted to go back.
He said: “Now I go to watch a basketball game and, when you are watching athletes play at the top of their game, for me it gives me that itch again and I want to be back in the game then and I start thinking to myself: ‘Could I play again? Could I go back? Could I come out of retirement and start playing again?”
When questioned about his new venture in Miami, Beckham said, “There’s never been a player-owner but maybe?”
The brand icon has just ventured out in the Amazon ahead of the World Cup in Brazil. The stylish Englishman also revealed that frogs do scare him
Beckham admitted that he was afraid of the wildlife he encountered while filming and in the footage can be seen getting flustered after being followed into his tent but a brightly-coloured frog.
‘I am not a big frog fan,’ he said at a press conference on Monday. ‘It was bright orange and I was told it was pretty dangerous. I was a bit nervous about that.’
Talking about another scary moment, Beckham recalled when he found holes in a boat they were travelling in.
He said: ‘We’re going through treacherous waters and I notice there are holes in the boat.
‘I had to use a bucket to bail the water out. There was no way I was going to sink.’
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