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Beckham Free Kicks

Beckham scores with Free Kicks

David Beckham masters the free kick and converts them into goals.

David Beckham was born on May 2, 1975 in Leytonstone, England.  He is known for his good looks and his famous wife – Spice Girl Victoria/Posh Spice. In the soccer world, he is know for his trademark freestyle kicks and his ability to pass the ball with complete accuracy.  His kicks are so impressive that a movie was made about them – “Bend It Like Bechham’.  Beckham played professionally for Manchester United, Real Madrid and the LA Galaxy.  He was also captain of the England team for the 2002 World Cup.

The free kick is used to start play again after a foul or other call is made by the referee.

An ordinary free kick can be turned into an amazing play such as a long range, accurate kick or even fancy dribbling. The free kick is typically taken outside of the penalty box, while a penatly kick is the one taken inside the box for penalty calls made on a player inside the goalkeeper's box.

David Beckham puts that spin on the ball to sometimes turn a free kick into a goal.