Sunday, December 2, 2012

David Beckham Wins Second Championship, Bids Farewell to Galaxy

Win it like Beckham!

David Beckham's final game with the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday sent him off as a two-time MLS champion.

The 37-year-old, who transformed the team over six seasons, went out on top—beating the Houston Dynamo 3-1 in the MLS Cup Saturday.

Aiding the British hottie in the win was Galaxy teammate, Landon Donovan, who scored the tiebreaking goal on a penalty kick.

Alongside Beckham, and sharing in the celebration, were sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, who proudly stood alongside their dad on the winning podium with the team.

As for the soccer hunk's next move? The father of four told Ryan Seacrest this week it's still somewhat up in the air.

"There's a lot of rumors about where I'm going to play," he told Seacrest, "what we're going to do, where we're going to live. We actually haven't made up our minds about where we are going to end up. But it's a big decision to make. We've been here for six years."

Although he still may not know where he and his genetically gifted family will be next, the soccer stud did reveal he doesn't have a talk show gig lined up anytime soon and that, yes, it's looking like he will become an owner of a team. Beckham told Ryan: "We're close to a decision on that, but I can't say it right now!"

Beckham also revealed he's got a restaurant coming in the future with Kitchen Nightmares' Gordon Ramsay.

Beckham says of his venture with his chef buddy: "We've got something in the pipeline. That will be made aware pretty soon as well."

Well, we're not gonna lie, we hope these plans keep Beckham in L.A.!

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