David Beckham speaks out against Super League plans
For a high profile figure recognised everywhere around the world, David Beckham uses his voice sparingly.
So when he does speak up on serious matters, you listen.
Becks has now had his say on the Super League proposals casting a cloud over his former club Manchester United.
Beckham says that even as a club owner at Inter Miami, he does not want the game to be damaged.
He is in an interesting position, in America, but he can see the backlash these proposals have created.
Beckham references that football is nothing without fans, a quote which is emblazoned on pitch side banners at Old Trafford.
His post was ‘liked’ by Jesse Lingard and Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier, along with Ander Herrera.
Beckham knows supporters feelings towards the Glazers. He once wore a green and gold scarf at Old Trafford after his AC Milan side were defeated.
Now he has popped back up to try and deliver another assist, to help close pal Gary Neville’s crusade to stop the Super League proposals in their tracks. A legend forever.
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