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Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham looks on during a soccer training session  in Carson, Calif., Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010. Beckham's management company says it is taking legal action against a U.S. magazine that published claims the former England captain slept with prostitutes. The company says in a statement the allegations in the weekly In Touch are "completely untrue and totally ridiculous as the magazine was clearly told before publication." (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
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Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham looks on during a soccer training session in Carson, Calif., Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010. Beckham's management company says it is taking legal action against a U.S. magazine that published claims the former England captain slept with prostitutes. The company says in a statement the allegations in the weekly In Touch are "completely untrue and totally ridiculous as the magazine was clearly told before publication." (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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