MLS: LA Galaxy Advance to Play in MLS Cup

LA Galaxy to Play in MLS Cup

Robbie Keane #14 and David Beckham #23 of the Los Angeles Galaxy celebrated their club's victory after the game with Real Salt Lake in the MLS Western Conference Championship at The Home Depot Center on November 6, 2011 in Carson, California. The Galaxy won 3-1 to advance to the MLS Cup.

"I have loved every minute of it," the 36-year-old L.A. Galaxy midfielder said. "I've been here and this is my 5th season. Everywhere I have gone and everywhere I have played I have always honored my contracts, which I have here."

Beckham spent more than a decade at Manchester United and is a former England captain.

Becks is in the fifth and final year of the contract he signed with Major League Soccer in 2007.

The 2011 LA Galaxy is one of the best teams in league history thanks to Beckham. His stellar play and leadership has helped the club earn a birth in MLS Cup, which takes place on Nov. 20 against the Houston Dynamo at the Home Depot Center - the Galaxy's home field. 

Beckham may re-sign with LA or end his career playing football in another country - perhaps Paris St. Germain or an English club.

"Right now I don't know what I am going to do at the end of the season because physically I need to see how I am," he said.

"Obviously there are a few things to look at. Is my family happy? Which they are. They love living here. We love living here. In the 5 years we have had great experiences as a family. Everyone has treated us so unbelievably well, but physically I still need to see where I am at the end of the season. Then I will decide."

David's wife, Victoria Posh Beckham is a fashion designer. The 37-year-old and her 36-year-old husband have four children:  Romeo, and Cruz, Brookly and baby Harper.

Beckham could be playing his last season in Los Angeles, as his lucrative five-year contract expires at the end of this campaign.

"I'm a Galaxy player right now. I'm 36-years-old and I still enjoy soccer," he said. "Right now we're focused on the Cup. We don't want to get too carried away. We did that a couple years ago and paid for it."

Beckham looks forward to the final on home soil at the Home Depot Centre.

"I think it's special," Beckham said. "When it was announced that the MLS Cup would be at the HDC, I said it would be great if we could make it. Now we've made it, now we want to win it, simple as that.

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