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article imageDavid Beckham uncertain about stay with Galaxy after MLS cup win

By Leo Reyes     Nov 21, 2011 in Sports
In what appears to be his last game with the Los Angeles Galaxy, England's famous soccer idol insist he has yet to decide where he's headed after winning the Major League Soccer (MLS) title for the first time on Sunday
The very popular midfielder rallied his team to a scintillating finish despite his injury, beating the Houston Dynamo 1-0 — its first time in six years.
Beckham's five-year contract with Los Angeles Galaxy is about to expire but he seems to be at loss as to whether he will stay in the US or move somewhere else.
Beckham is reported to be considering a role in the 2012 London Olympics. There were talks of possible involvement with several European entities including English clubs Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers.
CNN quoting MLS website reported the former England captain has not disclosed plans after the his five-year stay with Galaxy.
"I've said before I need to sit back and relax and enjoy this moment and then decide what I'm going to do," the 36-year-old told the MLS website, having clinched a league title in his third different country.
"I might talk in past tense every now and then, but it doesn't mean I'm not coming back. At the end of the day, I need to decide what's best for me, what's best for the team and my family, and then we'll see."
But Beckham who played full game even as he complained of a hamstring problem said, "'Whether I stay or not, I've had an amazing five years."
'People were talking about if we didn't win it was going to be a disappointment and an unsuccessful five years. It's quietened a few people which is always nice.' he added.
Beckham has won six Premier League titles, two FA Cups and the Champions League in 1999 before leaving the Reds for Real Madrid in 2003.
Beckham, who is reportedly worth at least £125 million is married to Victoria Beckham and they have four children.
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