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David Beckham: Does he really have so much ink and so many brief briefs?

No, they are not BVDs
No, they are not BVDs
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Some say David Beckham has balls.
Here's one example: “The moment I kicked a ball as a child, I realized it was all I ever wanted to do,” he says.
Well that, get some ink and pose in some brief briefs.
A man with extraordinary confidence and talent, the soccer icon lost his passion for the game. A lifetime of practice and years of incredible experiences meant that soccer had become an essential part of who he was and gave him the chance to do a job that he truly loved.
David Beckham (Headline Book Publishing, $39.95) is Beckham’s touching tribute to his amazing 20-year journey playing soccer. Approaching the traditional biography in an unusual way, Beckham, who retired in May 2013, intimately reflects on 150 of his favorite images that defined his career and shares with readers his feelings and thoughts at the time they were taken—opening with the moment he scored the winning goal that sent England into the 2002 World Cup finals.
In his own words, beautifully narrated and designed, and made even more remarkable through vivid photographs, David Beckham traces Beckham’s successful career playing for Manchester United, Real Madrid, the LA Galaxy, AC Milan, Paris-Saint Germain and England.
Balls indeed.

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