David Beckham’s long-standing deal of the stadium is all set to manifest as the Miami voters give permission to the city officials to negotiate one of the deals with no lease with the Beckham’s group this Tuesday. The Beckhams want to turn Melreese Country Club, Golf course for the public around into a space for a Major League Soccer complex, a retail shop along with a star hotel, guaranteeing an annual range of 4 million dollars to the city. They have turned to Melreese after getting tossed over in several other sites over past five years, ever since he dreamt of it. Tuesday’s win was indeed an important one, though isn’t promising enough.
The Beckhams group has taken the responsibility to remove the waste that proves to be toxic on the site and also do the payment of a wage, thereby expanding around 35 million dollars. The deal has faced a lot of criticism. Some local golfers want the course to be safe while other Miami residents want to get a value that is fair while leasing or selling the property. The Beckhams group has assured to bring up homegrown talents and championship winning players while ensuring a redressal to all the complaints of the locals.
He recently visited our coasts to show off his great footwork, but this time the Aussie children will have a chance to learn the secrets of David Beckham’s football success. How to win an entry in the session and learn some skills from Beckham? He recently visited our coasts to show off his great footwork, but this time the Aussie children will learn the secrets of David Beckham’s football success.
The former English captain and also one of the biggest sports icons in football is going to host a special skills training clinic in Sydney next month for 10 budding Socceroos and Matildas. Beckham is the father of four and he has taken the retirement from football. He took the retirement in the year 2013 after spending 21-year career playing football. He will strap on the boots after he participated in Invictus Games, founded by his good friend Prince Harry. When asked about his class, Beckham said “I really look forward to being back in Australia” as part of his global embassy assignment for the insurance company AIA.