Pierre Boisrond

Pierre Boisrond has followed soccer and the World Cup closely for many years and also writes for other websites. We at PWC are proud to have him as a columnist. He will share his views about the past, present and future of the World Cup.

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Beckham - The Indispensable force of England

    Today, when we think about England, we basically have to name the talented David Beckham. It is very unfortunate what happened to Beckham. It is unfortunate because fans from all over the world want to see the great Beckham against Argentina in Korea-Japan. Without Beckham in the World Cup, we can easily say that the World Cup will miss one of its top entertainers. We hope that the British superstar will recover quickly so he will be able to entertain us this summer, and we hope that no players will have these sorts of injuries. However, it is quite difficult to ask players to play in a reserve manner since they are professionals and great competitors. They are great competitors because they want to give their best to their team and they want to make sure that the fans do enjoy the games. As fans, we must remember that these players are not robots.

    Beckham is in danger of not making the World Cup, but something tells me that he will be there in time. England must have Beckham since he is the inspirational leader for the national team. His determination and charisma are second to none and he has demonstrated these qualities over and over again on the soccer pitch. It is a joy to see him play, and we pray that he will have a quick recovery to defend the land of the late queenmother in the world’s biggest tournament.

    Great players such as Beckham, Veron, Zidane, Figo, Batistuta, Raul and many more cannot miss this World Cup. We are all awaiting to see these talented players facing eachother in June. We are all awaiting to see these world battles in a sport that brings joy to all over the world. Many fans will wear their favorite superstar jersey, and we expect to see some of them with the #7 jersey worn by the great David Beckham, a majestic player that can change the outcome of a game at any given time.

    We hope that Beckham will be there; we hope that he has a chance to drive England to the ultimate prize as he is ready to take on David Simeone of Argentina. Ironically, both players have been injured this year; again, it was an Argentine, Duscher, who caused Beckham’s injury. It is not appropriate to blame the Argentine for what had happened since he had no intentions of injuring Beckham. These things do happen during the course of the game, and we hope that the players will play in a manner to prevent these injuries. Again it is quite difficult to ask a player to play conservatively in a game where the stakes are very high.

    We are awaiting to see Beckham in this World Cup. He will make it on time since he is a fighter. He can overcome this injury like he has done it in the past. The support from fans all over the world is with him during this difficult time; and that alone will give him the strength needed to come out and defend with pride the colors of the majestic land of Queen Elizabeth. Beckham, We are with you!



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