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David Beckham has been talking about his return to Old Trafford and a reunion with his former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Beckham will lace up his boots once again in November for a charity match to raise funds for UNICEF. He'll captain a Great Britain and Ireland XI which will be managed by Sir Alex.
In a telephone interview, Beckham, who has been a UNICEF ambassador for 10 years, said he was looking forward to a special day.
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David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson are among a number of celebrities that will appear in The Beano’s 75th anniversary issue.
In the ‘Dennis the Menace and Gnasher and David Beckham!’ strip, David decides to move to Beanotown.
An undercover Dennis the Menace helps him find a home. The only problem? It is beside Sir Alex Ferguson’s new house.
The Beano Editor-in-Chief Mike Stirling said: “David Beckham features quite a lot in the anniversary issue and I think that the strip with David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson is brilliant.
Dennis is up to his usual menacing and the results are hilarious. It pokes fun at their history in a light hearted way and of course, it’s all meant in jest.”
He added: “We listen to what our readers say and feature people that they want to read about.
I think that the anniversary issue is possibly the most celeb-packed issue we have ever produced! 75 years of The Beano is a landmark worth celebrating and we hope that it appeals to readers of all ages.”
The 75th anniversary issue will also feature celebrities such as Harry Hill, Bruce Forsyth, Holly Willoughby, Simon Cowell, One Direction (who appear in the Bananaman Strip), Jessie J and of course Andy Murray amongst others.
David Beckham will go head-to-head with former Manchester City player, Joey Barton, who is on loan at Marseille, in the French derby Paris Saint-Germain v Marseille tonight.