Writing sports (USA), 1 December-English international midfielder David Beckham said goodbye to his experience in the League professional of the football United States (MLS) and did so with a triumph of the Ángeles Galaxy in the final for the title of champion which revalidated for the second consecutive year.
“Is a very special moment for me the vivid to win again before these fans, to revalidate the title and be able to say goodbye this way winning,” said Beckham at the conclusion of the final match of the MLS Cup, which the Galaxy won 3-1 to the Houston Dynamo.
Beckham, aged 37, has remained six with the Galaxy and earned 40 million dollars of salary, made the contribution in the field of 18 goals and 40 assists in 98 games he played with the Lakers, leaving half a million dollars per game.
Although Beckham sports section does not leave any special legacy, whether in the economic area and promotion of image of the League, which increased revenues by assistances to the field and television audience.
“I am a professional and understand that it has reached the end of a stage in my career and, although Los Angeles is a very special place and it will be in my life, now is time to go in another direction, but without neglecting all the good things that I’ve achieved here,” said Beckham. “It’s a great day for me.”
The English star was maintained in their line of advance anything of his future sport plans and said it was something that had no clue.
“I don’t know, have no idea what will be the next uniform that I wear, the important thing now is that I am happy today carry on the Galaxy, which I felt very proud of doing so for the past six years and winner for the last four,” said Beckham.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid player reiterated that it will continue linked to MLS, continues with plans of becoming a franchise owner and supporting the development and growth of the MLS, which said that is young, but that is to front a great future.
“My support is continuous and permanent towards a League that is exemplary in many respects and that is to forward a future full of very positive things,” said Beckham.
“I will continue also committed by this country and everything that is developing the sport of football, as it was my commitment when I came to the MLS six years ago,” he added.
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