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David Beckham: My Side - The Autobiography

David Beckham is one of the world's foremost media icons, his popularity transcending sport and cultural divides.

This is his own in-depth account of his career to date, for Manchester United and England, his childhood, family and personal life, and the full story of his transfer to Real Madrid.

David Beckham: My Son

David Beckham is both a brilliant footballer and a global icon. The slightest story about his life generates huge media coverage, but those truly close to him have never given their side of his incredible journey - until now.

Ted Beckham's story is the ultimate dream of every father who has kicked a football with his son. A lifelong Manchester United supporter, Ted has seen his son David captain both his beloved Reds and England, as well as becoming an inspiration for a generation along the way.

Arise Sir David Beckham

David Beckham is the greatest and best loved footballer. Famous both on and off the pitch, the footballing legend has reached iconic status across the world. From the joyous screams of young girls to the chants of support from gruff-voiced football fans, everywhere David Beckham goes it is evident that he has captured the love of the nation.

In 2003, David Beckham was awarded an OBE for his services to football, and now, with his outstanding popularity still reaching far and wide, he is in a position to receive the ultimate honour - a knighthood from the Queen. This amazing biography traces the incredible accomplishments of this kind-hearted and talented star.

There's Only One David Beckham

This is the story of one of the most popular men in England - as told by the people who have met him throughout his brilliant career. It tells how David Beckham has grabbed the incredible talent that was given to him and used it to the full, as well as being a man who has never let fame obscure his natural good humour.

Stanley Hildred and Tim Ewbank uncover the uplifting story of Beckham, a man whose footballing wizardry has made him a national hero and celebrity while maintaining his role as a devoted family man.

David Beckham: Made in Manchester

A unique and revealing collection of images of one of the world's most famous celebrities. An extraordinary book which charts Beckham's rise to celebrity and a glimpse into the world of the paparazzi.

Robert Gowan is a professional book reviewer and writes book reviews and reports on a wide range of subjects.

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