Of course it will! It's your nick. Blatent 'advertising' is frowned on round here by T2W members as well as moderators. We're all here to trade, and share knowledge, not to be a free marketing tool. :cheesy:
Thank you for removing your URL from your signature, so it's just the nick now ... :cheesy:
Absolutely gutted!! Yes, I am an armchair United fan, have been since I was seven! Real have got the bargain of the century, only £5mill up front If I'd have known that the up front payment was going to be so small I would have had a whip round myself and bought him just to do my gardening, and the odd kick-about with me mates :cheesy:
If that donkey Rio Ferdinand was worth £29mill? surely Becks value must be upwards of £35/40m?? He'll certainly be worth that to Real from a marketing point of view. They have already put him on the team sheet for promotional matches in the Far East so there is a good chance that by the time the new season kicks off they will have recouped their £5m, they as good as got him for free! Directors of Man Utd need firing for cutting such a [email protected] deal, and they think they did well. Losers!
I can't see the problem, I think Sir Alex was wise to ditch him. He's overrated and no way their best player, Sir Alex himself said that is was Ruud van N who won them the title. And with MU now having that Nike deal they don't even need Becks for his spending power.
He wasn't sold for more because Real don't really need him for his football skills, like say Zidane, and also Sir Alex was worried he'd run down his contract and leave for nothing - now that would have been a crap deal.
I think both clubs have done pretty well and Becks if he's going to be paid £120k per week to take a few free kicks and fart on the bench.
I do like Becks loads but I reckon he's digging his own grave at Barnabeu - since he's not really a match to Ronaldo, Zidane or Raul....of coz he'll pick up loads from those chaps - but he's not going 2 shine there as much as at Old Trafford....
Why doesn't everyone get of the guys back. He's just a guy like you or I that got a break by being fairly good at kicking a ball. One of two things happened that made him highly marketable:
1) Scoring from the halfway line against Wimbledon as a 17 year old
2) Getting sent off against the Argies
3) Getting it on with Posh
4) Scoring the freekick in the last minute to take us to the world cup
5) Scoring the penalty that beat Argentina
Roy of the Rovers stuff really. Thats why he is just about the most famous person on the planet.
Why do we Englishmen hate our heroes?
Beckham isn't blessed with the best brains in the world, or with the best football talent but he gives 100% on the pitch and has a good heart off it.
I for one wish him well in Madrid and think Man Utd will be poorer for his exit.
It never said football talents made him so marketable. Didn't I mention posh? Anyone can score from the halfway line, I have. Anyone can score an important last minute goal. I scored a penalty with the last kick of the match that secured a promotion. Anyone can get sent off. It happened to me once. I had little talent though got paid for my endevours nevertheless. I did however have a great heart.
I think David Beckham might find it hard to connect with some of his MLS fellow professionals and the fans, due to the fact that he will be making around £70,000 per day, whereas the MLS average salary is around $68,000 = $1.9m salary cap per club divided a 28 player roster.
While this salary is undeserved, obscene and some will consider it a disgrace (he's hardly the Micheal Jordan of football in terms of ability), I think Beckham is bright enough and generous enough to do lots of good things with his cash once he's retired from football.
Perhaps he'll join forces with Bono, Bob Geldof, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet (and other immensely talented visionaries and philanthropists of our time )?