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Hi everyone

I’m now back in LA and it feels good to be back with the family.

I’ve been working hard with the doctors and physios and the injury is progressing well and I’m on track, which is good news.

Last Saturday I was at the Galaxy match, supporting the guys. The win was very welcome and I’m hoping to be back playing as soon as I can, trying to help the team go one better than last season and win the Championship.

We’re currently on a family holiday, which is nice and relaxing, but I just wanted to take time out to thank everyone for their continued support and best wishes, it means so much.

Hope you have a happy Easter whatever you have planned, take care.

David

Los Angeles v Chivas USA Viewing Links

Tonight is the first edition of the Galaxy vs. Chivas Superclasico. Here are links to watch the match!

Stadium: Home Depot Center
Match Time: April 1, 2010, 23:00 ET

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

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David Beckham & His Kids Cook Up A Surprise

After snapping his Achilles heel (ouch!) last month, David is taking his free time away from the field to learn some new skills and spend time with his kids.

The LA Galaxy star, who took cooking lessons three times week while in Milan, is returning to the kitchen to whip up gourmet Italian meals for his family. His standing for the award for Most Perfect Man just went up a few notches. At the least, someone should buy him a “World’s Best Dad” apron for teaching his kids Brooklyn, Romeo, and Cruz to cook too! Keep reading

702 April Fool: Beckham and the Socceroos

Yes, it is April Fool’s Day, so if you heard David Beckham on the radio this morning announcing that he had found another way to get to the biggest sporting stage in the world despite being out of contention to play in the World Cup with England due to an achilles injury, you will have had reason to be sceptical.

But, plenty of people bought in to the idea that the LA Galaxy star may provide a coup for Australia’s tilt at the title of the world champions of football by signing on as Assistant Manager for the Socceroos at the tournament.

We can now confirm beyond doubt that it was just a little fun for the first day of April, though. Source

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