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AP Source: Beckham to reject England farewell game
FILE - This is a June 30, 1998 file photo of England's David Beckham receiving a red card from Denmark's referee Kim Milton Nielsen during the England vs Argentina second round World Cup 98, soccer match at in Saint Etienne France on June 30, 1998. England soccer team coach Fabio Capello said Wednesday Aug. 11, 2010 that Davis Beckham the 35-year-old former captain, who has made 115 appearances for his country and played in three World Cups, is too old and will no longer be a part of his plans as he prepares for the 2012 European Championship qualifying campaign. (AP Photo/Denis Doyle, File)
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