Professional Football  David Beckham Retiring After 18 Years: The Football Association (FA) today announced David Beckham’s decision to withdraw from the high competition as a player. The footballer said that “I am grateful to PSG for giving me the opportunity to continue but now feel it is the right time to retire my career, playing at the highest level.”

Just won the Ligue 1, French league, with Paris Saint-Germain, and the player is satisfied with his career. It is important to note that everything the player has won as a player of the team that Carlo Ancelotti has been donated to Children’s Hospital Necker (Paris). Because if anything characterizes the English player, in addition to his enormous talent, is by being a good person.

At 38 years old the player can claim to have played in the most important teams in the world. He was in the ranks of Manchester United for eleven years, and next to David Beckham English club won the European Cup, one Intercontinental five Premier League, two FA Cup and two Super Cups of England (Community Shield). In 2003 the English player ficho by Real Madrid, thus becoming a Galactic. With the white club Beckham won a League and Super Cup.

After four years at Real Madrid, Beckham signed for LA Galaxy in 2007 and won five titles. Between 2008 and 2013 the husband of Victoria Beckham was playing on loan at AC Milan, in order to prepare for the World Cup 2010, which finally could not play due to injury. In January 2013 it became official the signing of midfielder for Paris Saint-Germain.

With almost 40 years it is likely that the player has decided to enjoy his wife and children-Brooklyn (14) Romeo (10), Cruz (8), and Harper Seven (1) – now that the physical does not respond in the same way.

Is removed and a myth of football, the same year as Sir Alex Ferguson does, who for David Beckham “was the best coach I ever had“, and “a father figure to me from the moment I arrived at the club with 11 years to the day I left. Without him I would never have achieved what I have achieved in my career. “