David Beckham puts down retirement rumors as he celebrates last victory with Galaxy
David Beckham remained coy about his football career after his last match with Los Angeles Galaxy. The former Real Madrid midfielder earlier announced that he would retire from the Los Angeles Galaxy after the MLS final against Houston Dynamo.
David Beckham helped Los Angeles Galaxy secure back-to-back titles following a 3-1 victory over Houston Dynamo. The English football legend refused to reveal his plans for the future, but he did pledge his commitment to developing MLS.
Omar Gonzalez, Gonzalez, Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane scored in a dramatic second half to help Los Angeles Galaxy grab a memorable title. David Beckham, who was wearing the Galaxy colors for the last time, exuberantly joined in with the celebrations after the victory.
The former Manchester United icon has been linked with a return to the English Premier League, although David Beckham himself believes that the likelihood of his return to England is quite unlikely.
The 37-year-old England international has been linked with moves to Australia, China, France and Russia. David Beckham has snubbed all transfer rumors during the past week, yet reports suggest he is talks with French outfit Monaco.
“This is very special for us. To win at our own home is fantastic,” David Beckham said while insisting that all he wanted to do know was to celebrate a well-deserved victory.
“I always said I was going to stick by it. When I'm committed to something I'm committed to the end. It's sad that it is the end; this has been a special place for me and continues to be special to me.
“I'm happy to have been part of this for nearly six years and to have been successful with this club for four years.
“I'm going to continue my commitment to this league, this country and this sport. My commitment stays the same to growing this league and growing the sport in this country.”
David Beckham debunked reports suggesting he was set to hang up his boots and declared that he had ‘no idea’ about his next move just yet.
“I have no idea, what's more important is that I'm happy I'm wearing this uniform today,” David Beckham told Sky Sports News.
“I feel tired right now but I'll be alright for while more. I'll continue to play, go get some rest over Christmas and decide where to go and I'm going to do,” David Beckham added.