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FA chairman David Bernstein has paid tribute to David Beckham after the former England captain called time on his playing career:
The final match of David Beckham's career will be against French side Lorient on Sunday 26 May.
English League One side Leyton Orient took to Twitter to point out that they have no connection to the Ligue 1 outfit, after receiving "a few phone calls".
David Beckham is one of England's most decorated footballers, but things haven't always run smoothly.
David Beckham won 14 pieces of major silverware in his career and is the only English player to have won league titles in four countries. His major honours are as follows:
- Six Premier League titles (Man Utd)
- Two FA Cups (Man Utd)
- One Champions League (Man Utd)
- One La Liga title (Real Madrid)
- One Spanish Supercup (Real Madrid)
- Two MLS Cups (LA Galaxy)
- One Ligue 1 title (Paris Saint-Germain)
Former team-mate Phil Neville and ex-England striker Gary Lineker have paid tribute to David Beckham who has announced his retirement:
David Beckham earned 115 caps for England, a record for an outfield player, and he donned the Three Lions armband on 58 occasions.
David Beckham's free-kick against Greece in 2001 was voted England fans' favourite goal of all time earlier this year.
Beckham has confirmed today that he will be retiring from football at the end of the season.
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With professional football now behind him and money not an issue, what could David Beckham turn his hand to now?
Former England captain David Beckham announced today that he will retire from football at the end of the season.