David Beckham Tears Achilles; Abs Thankfully Fine

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Soccer star David Beckham is expected to miss the World Cup after apparently tearing his Achilles’ tendon Sunday in A.C. Milan’s 1-0 victory over Chievo Verona.

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    No pain, no gain, shame the little boy is hurt from kicking a ball in the back yard. Take it like a man & dont be such a baby!

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    u guys r fukin sick
    hes da best player in da whole world
    how much better ths wrld wud be widout u sickos
    assholes

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    Name calling over the internet, how mature of you Hellion.
    @Free Britney
    I apologize for the rant, but honestly, mistakes like that really tick me off. If you promise to proof read more, I'll promise to keep my mouth shut :)

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    kat, thank you for pointing out the error, which has been corrected. we were simply too mesmerized by the photo of him shirtless to proofread. surely you understand.

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    Douchebag on the highest level of doucheness.

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    ACL and Achilles tendon are not the same.. This blog is brutal for mistakes like this. Dont you do any backround research before posting a story? What about proof reading as well? How does website expect to be taken seriously if it thinks the ACL and the Achilles tendon are the same
    damn thing. Sheesh.




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