05/03/2013 | Beckham ambasciatore del calcio cinese. Due tifosi del Linfield arrestati a Dublino.
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David Beckham svolgerà un difficilmente prevedibile ruolo di ambasciatore del calcio cinese nel mondo. La lega locale ha recentemente perso un giocatore del calibro di Drogba ed è investita da un grave scandalo relativo alla compravendita di partite. Beckham farà, comunque, parte della rosa del Paris Saint Germain fino alla fine della stagione in corso. Scontri tra la polizia dell' EIRE ed i tifosi del Linfield, in occasione della trasferta della squadra di Belfast a Dublino. Due supporters sono finiti in manette.
David Beckham takes up China football ambassador role
David Beckham has become a global ambassador for Chinese football to help the image of the country's game.
Beckham, 37, will combine the role with playing for Paris St-Germain.
David Beckham timeline
- 1975: Born Leytonstone, 2 May
- 1991: Joins Manchester United as trainee
- 2000: Named England captain
- 2003: United accept a £25m bid from Real Madrid and he moves to the Spanish giants
- 2006: Stands down as England captain
- 2007: Beckham leaves Real Madrid for LA Galaxy on a five-year deal
- 2009 and 2010: Has two separate loan spells at AC Milan
- 2012 Confirms he is to leave the Galaxy after MLS Cup on 1 December
- 2013 Joins Paris St-Germain on a five-month playing contract on 31 January
"I am honoured to have been asked to play such an important role at this special time in Chinese football history," he said in a statement.
His role will involve attending league matches in China and visiting clubs to help promote the game to children.
"I'm excited by the prospect of promoting the world's greatest game to Chinese sports fans as I've seen first hand the growing interest in football there," added Beckham.
"This is a wonderful sport that inspires people across the world and brings families together, so I'm relishing the opportunity of introducing more fans to the game."
Drogba, 34, joined Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua in June 2012 on a two-and-half-year deal after helping Chelsea to win last season's Champions League.
But the Ivory Coast international left the Chinese club in January 2013 for Turkish side Galatasaray, in a controversial loan move.
Drogba's former Chelsea team-mate and ex-France striker Nicolas Anelka also left Shanghai in a short-term loan move to Italian side Juventus.
The departures have been a blow to the Chinese game ahead of the 2013 Chinese Super League season starting on 8 March.
There have also been problems with corruption, which resulted in the country's former top referee being jailed and 58 officials being banned for match-fixing by Fifa and the Chinese Football Association.
Beckham was a special ambassador for the 2012 London Olympics and the worldwide icon's role will be promote Chinese football domestically and globally.
Two held as Linfield fans clash with gardai at Shamrock Rovers match in Dublin
Linfield supporters clash with Gardai
Two football fans have been arrested after trouble erupted at a Linfield match in Dublin last night.
The men were held during clashes with gardai at the Setanta Cup tie between Shamrock Rovers and Linfield at the Tallaght Stadium.
A garda was thrown from his horse outside the stadium. The garda was taken to nearby Tallaght Hospital as a precaution. However, his injuries are not believed to be serious.
The violence flared after a section of Linfield supporters managed to run a Union flag up a flag pole inside the ground.
Witnesses said a pocket of the Belfast club's fans clashed with gardai and security as they waited to go home.
Shamrock Rovers supporters had to be cleared from the pitch after a goal from Ciaran Kilduff.
There were also reports of sectarian chanting from both sets of fans throughout the game, which Linfield lost 4-1.
It was the first meeting between Rovers and Linfield since a 1984 European Cup tie.
The teams meet again next Monday at Windsor Park in a clash which is expected to be accompanied by a heavy security operation.
(The Guardian )
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