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  Advertising and IMC Principles and Practice 10th Edition Moriarty Solutions Manual Download full: Advertising and IMC Principles and Practice 10th Edition Moriarty Solutions Manual  More news on internet:   David Robert Joseph Beckham OBE [4]  ( /ˈbɛkəm/ ; [5]   born 2 May 1975) is an English retired professional footballer and current President of  Inter Miami CF. He played for  Manchester United, Preston North End, Real Madrid, Milan, LA Galaxy, Paris Saint-Germain and the England national team, for which he held the appearance record for an outfield player until 2016. He is the first English player to win league titles in four countries: England, Spain, the United States and France. He retired in May 2013 after a 20-year career, during which he won 19 major trophies. [6][7]  Known for his range of passing, crossing ability and bending free-kicks as a right winger, Beckham was runner up in the Ballon d'Or, twice runner-up for  FIFA World Player of the Year and in 2004 was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players. [8][9][10]  He was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2008. A global ambassador for the sport, Beckham is regarded as a British cultural icon. [11][12]  Beckham's professional club career began with Manchester United, where he made his first-team debut in 1992 aged 17. [13]  With United, he won the Premier League title six times,  the FA Cup twice, and the UEFA Champions League in 1999. [13]  He then played four seasons with Real Madrid, [14]  winning the La Ligachampionship in his final season with the club. [15]  In July 2007 Beckham signed a five-year contract with Major League Soccer club LA Galaxy. [16]  While a Galaxy player, he spent two loan spells in Italy with Milan in 2009 and 2010. He was the first British footballer to play 100 UEFA Champions League games. [13]  In international football, Beckham made his England debut on 1 September 1996 at the age of 21. He was captain for  six years,  earning 58 caps during his tenure. [17][18]  He made 115 career appearances in total, appearing at three FIFA World Cup tournaments, in 1998, 2002 and 2006, and two UEFA European Championship tournaments, in 2000 and 2004.  Beckham has consistently ranked among the highest earners in football, and in 2013 was listed as the highest-paid player in the world, having earned over $50 million in the previous 12 months. [19]  He has been married to Victoria Beckham since 1999 and they have four children. [20]  He has been a UNICEF UK ambassador since 2005, and in 2015 he launched 7: The David Beckham UNICEF Fund. [21]  In 2014, MLS announced that Beckham and a group of investors would own an Inter Miami CF, which will begin in 2020. Beckham was born at Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, London, England. [23]  He is the son of Sandra Georgina (née West; b. 1949), a hairdresser, and David Edward Alan Ted Beckham (b. Edmonton, London, July  –  September 1948), a kitchen fitter, who married at the London Borough of Hackney in 1969. [24]  He has an older sister, Lynne  Georgina, and a younger sister, Joanne Louise. He regularly  played football in Ridgeway Park, Chingford, as a child, and attended Chase Lane Primary School and Chingford County High School. [25]  In a 2007 interview, Beckham said that, At school whenever the teachers asked, 'What do you want to do when you're older?' I'd say, 'I want to be a footballer.' And they'd say, 'No, what do you really want to do, for a job?' But that was the only thing I ever wanted to do. [26]  Beckham's maternal grandfather was Jewish, [27]  and Beckham has referred to himself as half Jewish [28]  and wrote in his autobiography I've  probably had more contact with Judaism than with any other religion . [29]  In his book Both Feet on the Ground, he stated that growing up he attended church every week with his parents,  because that was the only way he could play football for their team. [30]  His parents were fanatical Manchester United supporters who frequently travelled to Old Trafford from London to attend the team's home matches. David inherited his parents' love of Manchester United, and his main sporting passion was football. He attended one of  Bobby Charlton's football schools in Manchester and won the chance to take part in a training session with Barcelona, as part of a talent competition. He  played for a local youth team called Ridgeway Rovers , which was coached by his father, Stuart Underwood, and Steve Kirby. Beckham was a Manchester United mascot for a match against West Ham United in 1986. Young Beckham had trials with his local club Leyton Orient, Norwich City and attended Tottenham Hotspur's school of excellence. Tottenham Hotspur was the first club he played for. During a two-year  period in which Beckham played for  Brimsdown Rovers' youth team, he was named Under-15 Player of the Year in 1990. [31]  He  also attended Bradenton Preparatory Academy, but signed schoolboy forms at Manchester United on his 14th birthday, and subsequently signed a Youth Training Scheme contract on 8 July 1991. Having signed for Manchester United as a trainee on 8 July 1991, [33]  Beckham was part of a group of young players, including Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes, who were coached by Eric Harrison, and helped the club win the FA Youth Cup in May 1992. Beckham scored Manchester United's second goal in the 30th minute of their 3  –  1 first-leg win of the final against Crystal Palace on 14 April 1992. In the second leg on 15 May, Beckham played a full 90-minutes of the fixture which ended 3  –  2 in favour of Manchester United and 6  –  3 on aggregate. Beckham's impact led to a first-team debut on 23 September 1992, as a substitute for  Andrei Kanchelskis in a League Cup match against Brighton & Hove Albion. Shortly afterwards, Beckham signed as a  professional on 23 January 1993. [33]  Manchester United again reached the final of the FA Youth Cup, where they faced Leeds United. The first leg was played on 10 May 1993, where Beckham started in Manchester United's 2  –  0 home loss but was replaced by substitute Robbie Savage. In the second leg on 13 May 1993, Beckham played the full 90 minutes of Manchester United's 2  –  1 defeat, which gave Leeds United a 4  –  1 aggregate score. Beckham also received honours with the club's reserve team when the squad won the league in 1994. In September 1994, Beckham made his first full appearance in the club's first team against Port Vale in a League Cup fixture. On 7 December 1994, Beckham made his UEFA Champions League debut, scoring a goal in a 4  –  0 victory at
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