The Coronavirus pandemic has caused significant losses to iconic footballer David Beckham’s businesses. The former English international’s debut season of his new club Inter Miami was affected. Beckham invited his family to Miami. This was for his side’s first game against LA Galaxy. This was a big game for Beckham. It pitted his new side against his former side where he played for 5 years. The ex-Red devil turned out for LA Galaxy winning 2 MLS title for the club.
The game was canceled after MLS announced a suspension of their season for 30 days. Inter Miami is currently eleventh in the MLS standings after 2 games played. The suspension of football matches will have caused significant losses to the fledgling football club.
Beckham’s wife Victoria took to Instagram urging her fans to stay safe. “Everything feels strange and uncertain with Covid-9,” said Victoria.
The former spice girl hoped everyone was protecting themselves and staying safe. Posh added that the NHS staff and healthcare workers the world over cannot be thanked enough. ‘Posh’ signed off by urging everyone to be kind and resilient through this time.
David Beckham acknowledged that these are tough times. He sent his best wishes and thoughts to all. Beckham cited UNICEF and WHO as trusted sources for information regarding the Coronavirus pandemic.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid star signed off by listing the above-mentioned sources as tips to protect oneself and others from the Covid-19.
The current MLS season is suspended. Atlanta United FC sits atop the Eastern Conference standings with 2 wins from as many games. The chasing pack includes Montreal Impact, New York Red Bulls, Toronto FC and Columbus Screw SC. All these teams have 4 points from 2 games.
The Western conference features 3 teams on 6 points. Sporting Kansas City is first on goal difference. Defending Champions Seattle Sounders FC are in the 6th spot.
David Beckham will remain hopeful that the situation will improve and allow football to resume. This was not the grand beginning he envisioned for Inter Miami.