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David Beckham takes part in his first training session with PSG

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Former England captain takes part in first training session with new side PSG

PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic protests his innocence after being sent off against Valencia
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David Beckham (C) poses presenting his new shirt flanked by PSG Qatari president Nasser Al-Khelaifi (L) and PSG sports director Leonardo

David Beckham meets up with PSG squad for first time

Beckham will watch new team in action against Valencia

Manchester United defender Jonny Evans

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Manchester United play at the Bernabeu tomorrow

David Beckham signs on for a shift with Paris Saint-Germain

David Beckham could make PSG debut against Marseille

Former England captain is with French side until the end of the season

Swansea's Michu celebrates one of his two goals over QPR

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Striker hurt his nose in the match against Newcastle

David Beckham signs on for a shift with Paris Saint-Germain

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The former England captain has joined the French side until the end of the season

Fernando Torres and Demba Ba

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Striker was booed by Chelsea fans following awful display

Juan Mata

Swansea's Pablo Hernandez targets former room-mate Juan Mata

Pair who played together at Valencia come up against each other in the Capital One Cup tonight

Hernandez plots to dethrone King Rafa

Pablo Hernandez, Swansea's record signing, has hailed Rafa Benitez as "the king" – but the Spain international wants to dethrone the Chelsea manager by putting one foot into the Capital One Cup final when Michael Laudrup's side visit Stamford Bridge for tonight's semi-final first leg.

Pablo Hernandez: 'If we score in the first match then it is possible to win in the second one'

Pablo Hernandez plots to dethrone King Rafael Benitez

Swansea City's record signing hoping to impress against Chelsea

Match Report: Robin Van Persie denies Joe Cole his winning return for West Ham United against Manchester United

West Ham United 2 Manchester United 2: The prodigal son is back at Upton Park but late – and brilliant – intervention from United substitute takes the shine off Joe's homecoming party

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Lewis Holtby favours switch to Tottenham over Arsenal

The Germany international is out of contract in the summer

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