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Capello: Beckham is no playboy

England coach Fabio Capello believes David Beckham is a 'serious guy' and not a playboy.

Becks looks set to join AC Milan on a short term loan deal from January to March and Capello believes it will be a great move.

"Beckham is a serious guy, he is no playboy," Capello told La Gazzetta Dello Sport.

"He is a very serious lad and he has his head on his shoulders. He is not a playboy off the pitch which is what some people think.

"If Milan take him on then it will be great for them. Beckham is a professional and those who have certain immaginations of him off the pitch are wrong as none of it is true."


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alyse, United States
It doesn't matter whether he's serious or a playboy as long as he's serious on the field. This will be a good chance to find out if he is serious enough though.

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