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Now, you or someone you love, can be the sole owner of any David Beckham moment, past, present or future.

For example, imagine giving your loved one the minute you first met David Beckham, the minute David Beckham was born or another meaningful David Beckham moment.

Now you can give that exact date and time, beautifully presented in its very own framed 'Certificate of Ownership' from the 'Universal Time Registry' for just £9.99 + p&p.

Once that minute has been taken by you, it's yours forever. Nobody else can own the same minute. This is truly a unique gift.

 
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Own a minute in the life of David Beckham

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    David Beckham
  • 2 May 1975 David Beckham was born.
  • 8 July 1991 After having trials with Leyton Orient and Tottenham Hotspur's school of excellence he joined Manchester United as a trainee.
  • 21 September 1994 Made his first full appearance against Port Vale in the League Cup.
  • 1 September 1996 He made his first appearance for the England Nationa Football Team in a World Cup qualifying match against Moldova.
  • 22 February 1997 David Beckham scored the equalising goal v Chelsea. The speed of the shot was measured at 97.9 mph.
  • 4 July 1999 He married Victoria Adams (member of the pop music group "Spice Girls", known as "Posh Spice").
  • 15 November 2000 Was made captain of the England squad in a friendly match against Italy after serving as vice captain for the previous two internationals.
  • 13 June 2003 Was awarded an OBE for services to football .
  • 6 July 2005 Was involved in promoting London's successful bid for the 2012 Olympic Games.

David Beckham: Football from the Start

David Beckham was born May 2, 1975 in Leytonstone, east London. During his childhood he learned an early love of the game through his parents, whom it has been said often traveled long distances in order to attend Manchester United games. Although he seemed to have inherited his parentsí keen interest in football, he did compete as a cross-country runner in the Essex championships, finishing first in his age group.

Determined to pursue his first love, he signed a contract with Manchester United and made his first appearance in 1992. That same year he was one of a few select players who helped the team to win the FA Youth Cup. During the 1994-1995 season he was loaned to Preston North end; however, went on to make his first Premier League appearance in 1995 playing once again for Manchester United. By 1996 he had earned even more fame and success by scoring a goal while playing against Wimbledon. This led to his first appearance for the England national football team less than a month later. That allowed him to qualify at United; eventually earning the title PFA Young Player of the Year.

During 1998 he played in all of the qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup and even went on to the finals in France. Unfortunately, due to a problem with the team manager, he was not allowed to start in the first two matches. He did make it to the third match and helped the team win a 2-0 victory with a long-range free kick. The next few years; however, saw David Beckham as growing increasingly unpopular in the press. There was some talk of having him leaved United; but this was initially doused. In 2003 he finally left the club and joined Real Madrid.

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