David Beckham put his arrangements for Inter Miami’s MLS debut on pause to make an unexpected visit to Somerset club Clevedon Town on Wednesday night.
The previous Manchester United and England star was giving a shout-out to his 17-year-old child Romeo from the stands as he played in a benevolent against the U18 side.
It finished in a 5-3 win for the home side, and Beckham modeled for a group picture with the triumphant group toward the finish of the match, as archived by their own Twitter account.
David Beckham, it was a flat-out joy having you watch our U18s today around evening time, the subtitle read.
The young men were made over you set aside the effort for a photograph. Monstrous gratitude to Millfield for the cordial and all the best folks.
Beckham has invested energy in the US over the previous months as his recently settled club Inter Miami plans for its introduction season in the MLS.
The 44-year-old, who is additionally co-proprietor of League Two side Salford City alongside previous United colleagues, for example, Paul Scholes and the Neville siblings, established the Florida club in 2018 in the wake of having been granted the class’ 25th establishment.
The Herons will respect Beckham’s previous club LA Galaxy at the Inter Miami Stadium in Fort Lauderdale on March 14 in the main game at their recently fabricated home ground.
Diego Alonso’s side will play without precedent for a well-disposed against Philadelphia Union in St Petersburg on Saturday.