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Beckham: I'm don't want to be a manager

(PA) Wednesday 14 July 2010

Beckham: I'm don't want to be a manager
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England midfielder David Beckham has no intention of becoming a coach and is instead focusing on his recovery from an Achilles injury, which he has revealed is ahead of schedule. The 35-year-old's dreams of participating in a fourth FIFA World Cup™ were shattered in March, when he sustained the injury while on loan to AC Milan from Los Angeles Galaxy.

However, Beckham was invited along to South Africa as part of Fabio Capello's backroom staff and sat on the bench for what turned out to be a wretched campaign, which ended with 4-1 defeat by Germany in the Round of 16. It has been suggested the former Manchester United and Real Madrid player could take charge of the national side in future, but the free-kick specialist is not interested in such talk at this stage in his career and cannot foresee that changing down the line.

"I must admit it's something I've never been interested in," he said in a webchat with Yahoo. "It's not a passion of mine to be a manager of a football team. I'm passionate about the game and being there, and obviously I was wearing the suit, so people have looked and thought I could be going into that."

It's something I've never been interested in. It's not a passion of mine to be a manager.
David Beckham

Beckham also revealed his goal of representing Britain at the Men's Olympic Football Tournament London 2012 - by which time he will be 37. "If I'm still playing and I'm still considered to make a difference to the team, I'd love to, but if not then I'm definitely going to be there anyway," he said.

"It's the east end of London - it's on my manor. To be part of getting the Olympics to the east end of London... it's one of the best experiences that I've ever experienced."

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