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Beckham vows to regain England place
Latest Updated by 2006-09-20 10:02:16
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Former England captain David Beckham has said he will fight to win back his international place after being dropped by new manager Steve McClaren following this year's World Cup.

"If I work hard and I am playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world, then who knows," Beckham told Saturday's Daily Mirror.

"The problem I might face is that, playing in Madrid, you are out of the way. Unless someone comes over and watches you play, they can't see what you are doing week in and week out.

"I'd love to say I'll play for England again in the future," Beckham said.

"I' love to say I'l reach 100 caps and go beyond that, but I wouldn' tell anyone to bet on it."

Beckham played 94 games for England and his last appearance was being substituted with an injured ankle and Achilles tendon against Portugal in a World Cup quarterfinal his team lost on penalties.

Having taken over from Sven-Goran Eriksson after the World Cup, McClaren dropped the 31-year-old Beckham from the team.

"I know people said I should have seen it coming," Beckham said. "But I never saw it coming. It was a total shock. I would be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed. It's a terrible feeling not playing for England after 10 years of being involved.

"I thought I could move on with the team and not get left behind, but now I have got a burning desire to prove him wrong."

Editor: Donald

By: Source: China View website
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