End it Like Beckham?

For months, the media has been calling David Beckham’s move to the United States a shining moment in the often miserable history of American soccer. He has been described as nothing less than a savior (“This jersey! This autographed jersey could have garnered ten more fans! These cleats! These cleats could have been given to two fans as a promotional giveaway!”). Now that “the kabbalah-wannabe”:http://www.heebmagazine.com/articles/view/45 has moved stateside, however, maybe it’s time we realize that “he might not have much left in him.”:http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-beckham17jul17,0,7180176.story?coll=la-home-center

What do you think?

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4 Responses

  1. kbookatz

    Ummm…..he’s hot! Plain and simple. Who cares about soccer or “football” or whatever you call it.

  2. andrew

    Soccer’s been the next big thing forever now. The ’94 World Cup in the USA was supposed to be the tipping point that made it a mainstream sport…then it was MLS when that failed…then it was the ’02 World Cup team that did so well after that…now it’s

  3. boychik

    A fascinating story about a slice of Jewish life I knew nothing about. I’d like to see more of stuff like this in HEEB!

  4. triple_lindy

    agree with boychik. love to see more of this and less “Hitler Roseanne” no-talent crap aimed only at being “crazy”.


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