Who is that taking a free kick in the video below? Romeo Beckham free kick? Romeo, son of the famous David Beckham takes “bend it like Beckham” to a whole new level by emulating his father’s famous free kicks. So when will Romeo start to play for his Dad’s MlS club, Inter Milan? Romeo is 18 years old now and doesn’t really have much more time left if he wants to make it as a pro.
One thing’s clear. Romeo has master his father’s ability to whip in a free kick though. On Instagram David Beckham said “you’re welcome” to his son for passing along his free kick taking genes.
Watch Romeo Beckham’s free kick taking skills in the video below. I could see Romeo Beckham playing for a team in the MLS, coming on late in the game to score the gamer winner off a free kick like his Dad did for a host of soccer teams during his professional career.
Practice makes perfect. Romeo Beckham’s free kick taking skills didn’t just appear out of thin air. Yes, the Beckham genes might help a bit! But, like his dad he had to spend time on the soccer pitch striking the ball on his own. Now let’s see if Romeo can score from a free kick in front of 50,000 people when his team needs a goal.
Romeo’s mom, Victoria, said: “Romeo has been training with the team over here every day, because ultimately that’s what he wants to do.”
Romeo Beckham free kick skills or his dad – who’s better at whipping in the soccer ball?
NEW: David Beckham’s son Romeo joins Fort Lauderdale CF
Surely we’ll soon see a Romeo Beckham take a free kick for his new club Fort Lauderdale.
Romeo Beckham, son of global superstar and Inter Miami CF co-owner David Beckham, has signed with Fort Lauderdale CF, the sister club of Miami that competes in League One of the United Soccer League.
The teenager was an unused substitute in Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC.
The younger Beckham, who celebrated his 19th birthday with members of his family on Wednesday, is the second oldest of four Beckham children and has reportedly been training with Fort Lauderdale and Inter Miami in recent weeks. Romeo Beckham joins Harvey Neville, the son of Inter Miami manager Phil Neville, on the Fort Lauderdale roster.