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Topic - Gary Neville
Like his former Manchester United boss, Alex Ferguson, David Beckham picked the right time and best way to retire _ as a winner and before the worst ravages of age became painfully apparent.
Manchester United will attempt to make a smooth transition when Alex Ferguson leaves the dugout for the last time this month, with David Moyes expected to take over the managerial reins.
Head-butts in soccer are bad. They are dangerous and can smash noses and cheekbones. Kids, don't try them at home.
Fabio Cannavaro and Brian McBride highlight the roster for the New York Cosmos in their game against Manchester United.
To chants of "Fergie sign him up," David Beckham made a one-off return to the Manchester United team on Tuesday to mark the end of best friend Gary Neville's career in a friendly against Juventus.
"They want someone to respect the history and tradition of the club, someone who is there for the long term," Neville said. "The club does not go for quick-fixes."
"To me, that's just competitive," Neville added.