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Beckham aomba kujumishwa kikosini kama mshangiliaji World Cup SA 2010

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  1. Lucchese DeCavalcante

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    DAVID Beckham WILL join England at the World Cup as their inspirational "Fourth Lion" - and wants to cheer them on from the dugout.
    The injured star, 34, is determined to join coach Fabio Capello pitchside.

    Going home ... glum Becks rests his leg as he leaves the clinic Nick Obank / Barcroft Media

    Becks has already been offered a place with the squad by Capello, and been flooded with requests for commentary jobs. But a source said: "Becks has said he would rather sit at home and watch it on the telly than commentate.

    "He belongs on the bench with Capello and the team. That's where he's the most use.

    "His mind is made up and he will go to South Africa as a Fourth Lion for England. The lads will be thrilled."

    Yesterday wife Victoria, 35, helped Becks as he left the Finnish clinic where he had surgery on the ruptured Achilles tendon that ruled him out of playing in South Africa.

    Posh held his hand as they were driven to an airport in a people carrier, with glum Becks resting his plastered left leg on a seat. An onlooker said: "He looked miserable."

    Last night the couple arrived in London. They will fly to Los Angeles in a few days.
    SON Romeo, seven, wants to follow designer mum Posh into the fashion industry.
    She revealed: "My middle son thinks he's going to take over. Romeo likes to get involved."

    [​IMG] A helping hand ... concerned Victoria reaches out as hubby David, on crutches, struggles into the car