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The hilarious 1998 image that predicted David Beckham’s looks in 2020… and it’s not very flattering!

 

David Beckham has more than shown himself to be an example for all fashion aficionados throughout his football career and beyond.

But in May 1998, football magazine FourFourTwo portrayed him in a rather different – and considerably more unflattering – light.

The magazine’s edition from over twenty years ago had a go at predicting what the former Manchester United and Real Madrid

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FourFourTwo in 1998 hilariously tried to predict what David Beckham would look like now

FourFourTwo in 1998 hilariously tried to predict what David Beckham would look like now

But Beckham showed the reality is much different after appearing smart at the Club World Cup

But Beckham showed the reality is much different after appearing smart at the Club World Cup

In the photo, Beckham is shown to be missing one of his lateral incisors and is also photographed with a receding hairline, with a lot of his blonde hair having been lost.

But in reality, Beckham’s appearance today is much different, with photos of him at a Club World Cup semi-final last month still showing he has looks and style on his side.

The former United footballer was in attendance in Doha to see Liverpool take on Mexican side Monterrey at the Khalifa International Stadium.

He may not be sporting the blonde hair which became synonymous with Beckham during his playing days, but he was dressed smartly with a full head of hair in Doha last month.

And Beckham was all smiles with his appearance before seeing Liverpool qualify for the final

And Beckham was all smiles with his appearance before seeing Liverpool qualify for the final

Beckham may draw the attention from the fashion world with his own brand but he is still having an impact on the game itself as owner of new MLS side Inter Miami.

They appointed former Monterrey coach Diego Alonso as their first manager ahead of their inaugural season in the MLS.

Alonso is the only manager to have won the North American CONCACAF Champions League with two different teams, as their manager and he will take the reigns of the new MLS franchise immediately.

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