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Thanks to Tanique33 we have the new and sizzlin’ photo shoot from the August Edition of W check it out along with the new cover of Sports Illustrated in the magazines gallery.

David Beckham is the first soccer star playing in the US to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated since Pele and the first Brit since Ian Woosnam won The Masters in 1991 (Source.) Make sure you pick up a copy. You can read the excellent SI cover story here.

You can read the W cover story online here.

There is another pic of Becks sporting the ‘white knight on a bike’ look in The Sun today. Thanks for the heads up Catherine!

More TV news

CNN will be airing a special program “Becks on Becks” on July 14th and 15th. Becky Johnson will be provide a play by play of David Beckham’s move to the US. Check the schedule on CNN International to see when the program will air in your country. Thanks to Marie for the heads up!

David Beckham’s official LA Galaxy presentation this Friday will air on Sky news in the UK. It will be shown on HDNet and FSN in the US and the press conference will also be streamed on lagalaxy.com

Also just a reminder that Victoria Beckham’s one hour reality special will air on NBC on Monday, July 16 and that David Beckham will make a brief appearance on the show.

Don’t believe the spin

There is a set of quotes that Becks reportedly gave to Diario de Noticias doing the rounds. Please don’t be taken in by the spin being placed on these quotes. Three of the four quotes are identical to comments made by David Beckham at his last Real Madrid press conference. The fourth matches comments he made in his post match interviews at the Bernabeu after the Mallorca game when he said he would miss Real Madrid, the fans and the Bernabeu. He also said that he would follow Real Madrid the following season.

These quotes are NOT new. I mention this only because the quotes have been picked up by reputable news sources today such as Skysport and are being spun as “David Beckham revealed he regretted choosing to move to Major League Soccer”. However in the quotes cited there is actually no mention of MLS and David Beckham does not say he regrets his decision to go to the US.

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