David Beckham wants Sir Alex Ferguson to manage his Miami MLS team



It was revealed yesterday that David Beckham, the former England captain and Manchester United star, picked Miami as the location for his new MLS franchise. He also recently revealed that he wants Sir Alex Ferguson to manage his new MLS team.

It’s been an interesting few weeks for Becks, who also gave a vote of confidence to embattled United Manager David Moyes.


The bad losses to Liverpool, Manchester City and West Brom all drew the ire of Red Devils supporters, but David Beckham thinks they’re on the right track. He believes that Moyes can follow in the footsteps of Sir Alex.

“I played with [Moyes] during my loan spell at Preston and I’ve seen him progress as a manager over the years at Everton,” David Beckham told talkSPORT.

“Whoever took over after Sir Alex Ferguson left it was always going to be a difficult time, a transitional time, it’s like when a player leaves, Manchester United are still Manchester United.

“Sir Alex has retired, but David Moyes has taken over, United always move on when they sell players and I’m sure they will with Moyes as manager now,” David Beckham said.

It’s pretty clear that David Beckham believes David Moyes is the right leader for Man U despite the issues he’s had thus far.

Paul M. Banks is the owner of The Sports Bank.net, an affiliate of Fox Sports. He’s also an analyst for multiple news talk radio stations across the world; with regular weekly segments on NBC, CBS and Fox Sports Radio. Follow him on Twitter (@paulmbanks) and RSS

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