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David Beckham in attendance as Olympic flame handed over to London

The Olympic Flame was handed over to London today.

'No pressure' for Stuart Pearce to pick David Beckham for Olympic team despite support role

David Beckham has played a key role in backing the London 2012 Games, but it does not mean that Stuart Pearce has to pick him for the Olympic football team, Lord Coe said today.

Take one for the team: David Beckham’s good-natured reaction to Obama’s teasing

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David Beckham to appear at Olympic Flame handover

David Beckham is to make a special guest appearance at the official handover ceremony of the Olympic Flame in Athens and bring it back to Britain for the torch relay.

Barack Obama teases David Beckham over his underwear ads

US President Barack Obama poked fun at one of sport's biggest stars at the White House on Tuesday, remarking that British soccer player David Beckham had a knack for combining athletic prowess with commercial appeal.

David Beckham in action for LA Galaxy

Robin Scott-Elliot: David Beckham trots towards the Olympics but what of his sporting afterlife?

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Stuart Pearce talks to the media yesterday

Pearce flies off to check on Beckham

Stuart Pearce, the man with three jobs, insists that all players will be treated equally when it comes to deciding his 18-strong squad for the Olympics, in which he will manage Great Britain's first appearance for 52 years. None will be left out to satisfy club managers' demands, none will be included to satisfy any national demands, and no one will be selected because he is called David Beckham. Selection, insists Pearce, is entirely down to form and fitness.

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Bronterre looks the best on offer to give Hannon fresh Classic lift

Once again, as when Most Improved hobbled away from the Craven Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday, the favourite for a key Qipco 2,000 Guineas trial has dropped out at the 11th hour. Roger Charlton has decided that it would be looking for trouble to run Top Offer in deteriorating conditions at Newbury today, just a fortnight before the Guineas, and duly scratched him from the Aon Greenham Stakes.

Simon Kelner: Parky might feel a bit chilly coming in from the cold

I can't read, or even think, anything about Michael Parkinson without that theme music playing in my head. For those of us of a certain age, it was the soundtrack to our Saturday nights.

Darren Bent will miss England's friendly with Holland

Aston Villa striker Darren Bent set to see specialist

Aston Villa striker Darren Bent will see a joint specialist today to determine the extent of his ankle injury, Press Association Sport understands

Alex McLeish is coming under increasing pressure

Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish demands more from Charles N'Zogbia

Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish has challenged winger Charles N'Zogbia to start producing the form he showed for former club Wigan on a consistent basis ahead of tomorrow's clash at the DW Stadium.

Alex McLeish accused Robin van Persie of elbowing Carlos Cuellar

Aston Villa open contract talks with Carlos Cuellar

Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish has confirmed the club have opened talks with Spanish defender Carlos Cuellar over a new contract.

Early goals book Everton a place in quarter-finals

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Steven Pienaar is on the fringes of the Spurs squad

Steven Pienaar delighted with return to Everton

Steven Pienaar has not ruled out the possibility of his loan spell at former club Everton becoming permanent - but he first wants to get rid of his frustration at not playing.

Donovan delivers as Moyes' gamble pays out for Everton

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