Frank Dell'Apa

soccer writer for the Boston Globe and ESPN.com

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Soccer writer for the Boston Globe and ESPN.com

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David Beckham is arguably the world's biggest sports star.  Now he's going Hollywood.  Beckham had soccer history with  Manchester United , then spent a lot of time on the bench for…

David Beckham Goes Hollywood

David Beckham is arguably the world's biggest sports star.  Now he's going Hollywood.  Beckham had soccer history with Manchester United , then spent a lot of time on the bench for…

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