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CARSON, Calif. — Once again, David Beckham stole the show.
Playing for a championship never gets old. At least not for D.C. United.
SEEN AND HEARD AT RFK STADIUM
David Beckham put his injured ankle behind him and finally made his MLS debut last night, coming off the bench in the 72nd minute to a giant roar from a crowd of 46,686 and hundreds of flashing cameras at RFK Stadium.
Joe Destefano feared his mom was giving him clothes for his 16th birthday last month. Those fears seemed to be confirmed when he saw the box for his present. Photo Gallery
I asked Dave Johnson, the voice of D.C. United on Comcast SportsNet, whether he could do me a favor before the start of the David Beckham press conference at RFK Stadium yesterday.
For the more than 45,000 fans expected at RFK Stadium for tonight's game between D.C. United and the Los Angeles Galaxy, the question is, "Will David Beckham play?"