Aussies not giving up on David Beckham
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I think the connection points now are going to be between the A-League clubs that are interested and Beckham's management, so we'll just have to let that dialogue happen, Gallop added.
But the timing is pretty good in terms of him being able to come in on a guest stint from the middle of January for 10 games.
I think it's a bit of a wait-and-see situation. Of course, it would be fantastic but let's not get ahead of ourselves at this point.
Beckham, on the west coast of the United States preparing for the Western Conference Championship against Seattle, flatly denied any interest in heading Down Under.
That's the first I've heard of that this morning, he said. But no, definitely not true.