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Parma v AC Milan

Today AC Milan take on Parma away – sadly without David, who’s still recuperating. But you can still watch it online if you’d like to follow the team’s progress.

Stadium: Ennio Tardini, Italy
Match Time: March 24, 2010, 15:45 ET

p2p options here, software downloads here. ESPN live commentary here, gamecast here.

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Shilton’s sadness for Becks

Peter Shilton believes Beckham will now struggle to add to caps.
Legendary England stopper Peter Shilton believes it will now be incredibly difficult for David Beckham to better his record of 125 international caps for the Three Lions.Speaking at a Nationwide World Cup Roadshow event, Shilton expressed his sadness at the achilles tendon injury that has ruled the former England captain out of this year’s World Cup in South Africa, and said that the blow could result in Beckham not adding to his current international caps tally of 115.

“I thought he had a job to beat my record and obviously it doesn’t look as though he’s going to be able to do it now,” said Shilton. “I’m very sad for David that he’s not going to the World Cup. It would have been a great end to his career to a certain extent, I think.” Keep reading

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