By Jason Moore

THE Beckham era in Spain came to an end on Sunday night but there was little to really celebrate. Four years and one league title for Becks who won everything on offer during his time at Manchester United. His reign in Spain came to an end with a substitution as his team was trailing and if you wanted to be nasty you could say that Real Madrid started to play when he left. Beckham has been a disappointment in Spain, he has failed to live up to his billing as one of the world's greats. What he has proved though, is that he is a very nice bloke and loyal to his team and his team-mates. He leaves Madrid on a high but I am sure that no Real Madrid fan believed when he joined the club that the only thing he would win was a solitary league title. So now Beckham will cross the pond to play out the remaining days of his career at a “B” league side. Madrid will miss him, probably more off the field than on it. I sincerely doubt that Tom Cruise would have gone to a football match in Spain if his friend Beckham wasn't playing. There is plenty of re-building to be done at Real Madrid, a replacement is needed for the England great. In some ways I am sad to see him go. While he has failed to bring many titles to Real Madrid he has given that special touch to the Spanish giant. Adios David, it has been fun.


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