July 25th, 2011

Romeo Beckham: Barcelona Beach Boy


England Manchester United cologne fragranceThis past Thursday, Romeo Beckham was seen sporting the newest FC Barcelona kit whilst soaking up the Malibu sun and sand with Daddy David’s family. Did it slip his mind that his old man once played for their arch rivals, or was he far too concerned with finding some fro-yo to care? Sidenote: DBecks’ newest promo shots for his self-titled cologne have been released, and we ain’t complaining.

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25 Responses to “Romeo Beckham: Barcelona Beach Boy”

  1. LisaB says:

    This is not unsual. Miguel Angel Nadal played 300 matches for Barca, but which club did his famous nephew Rafael end up supporting? Real Madrid. Plus, the image of Iker's brother Unai in a Barca shirt with the name 'Casillas' on the back is an image that I cannot forget.

    • Sarah, Madrid says:

      I know, I can't either, and his brother is the oldest madridista and the captain too, so imagine.

    • xoWinnie says:

      the Unai thing seems like sour grapes to me when you look into it enough.

      why you mad tho, Unai? oh right, your brother is more attractive,
      accomplished and successful than you.
      tough t*ts.

  2. Ashlee Thomas says:

    Aw its cute.
    Daddy played for Real Madrid, so big whoop. Let the child wear his own football jerseys, its equal opportunity.

    Xabi Alonso played for Barcelona, and yet Xabi Alonso plays for Real Madrid.

    See? Calm down kickettes!

  3. Analía says:

    Beckham's kids wear a full range of kits – I've seen them in Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Barcelona, AC Milan, La Galaxy… it actually annoys me a little bit. I have no problem with the kids wearing the shirts of the team their dad plays/has played for but the likes of Chelsea?! come on Becks! It's just insulting.

    • Mirella says:

      Good for daddy and the kids that he doesn't teach them to dislike other teams or players! Obviously they just love football, not one club in particular or their preferences change from time time, so what?

      • Analía says:

        You can respect other clubs without buying their shirt – and in football there is unquestionably rivalries that exist- this doesn't have to be taken to extremes, but to me (especially as a spaniard) you don't wear a Barca shirt & a Real Madrid shirt – it's like an unwritten law. I imagine Manchester United fans would feel the same about Chelsea/Arsenal shirts (at least he hasn;t popped them in City/Liverpool shirts i suppose). In my op, I cannot imagine buying a shirt for a club that I didn't actually support. A football club is for life – not a few months/successful period.

        • Sarah, Madrid says:

          Yeah, sure of course I personally don't like looking at barc, not-alone wearing it – not the intention to offend anyone -, but they are kids, it is understandable to switch for now.

        • xoWinnie says:

          i actually kind of agree a little bit.
          the thought of Madrid/Barca jerseys touching the same skin is a tad disturbing lol

    • Sarah, Madrid says:

      I support that they own a little mini addidas shop in their house, it is about fashion, not rivarly at all :P

  4. tapioca says:

    Traitor!! ICYDK, Daddy played for Real Madrid Romeo – so I'm sending you a pig's head in the post. Sorry, I don't make the rules!

    Also, the new Barca shirts (especially the blue & red stripey one) are hideous, whilst Unicef have been relegated to a tramp stamp on the back. Urgh…

    • Sarah, Madrid says:

      I hope you are kidding!, to link with Figo's incident :O.

      • Thea says:

        Cheap insults is all RM fans have – Barca fans have TITLES and the knowledge that we are the best team in Europe to keep us happy!!!

        • tapioca says:

          Oh dear, I guess you didn't get my attempt at humour – I was taking the mickey out of the fans who cared enough about 22 grown men in shorts to throw the original pig's head at Figo for switching teams. But I was serious about the new kit – the '08-'09 half & half was perfection and they should have stuck with it.

          And yes, Barca do have TITLES – 21 La Ligas & 4 Champions Leagues – which sounds like a lot, until you remember that RM have 31 & 9!!

          And for the record I'm English, so beyond Sergio's abs & David Villa's soulpatch, who wins the Spanish League doesn't really bother me.

          • Sarah, Madrid says:

            Lol! Good i thought it is joke :) .

            About Figo, it was really something beyond rivalry he was captain and their biggest star. He surely did the unforgivable for Barcelona fans, not to excuse the pig head, nothing does lol.

            • xoWinnie says:

              what Figo did was disgusting,
              and his behaviour was rewarded with a disgusting action.
              not saying it was right or wrong, but i only felt the slightest bit of sympathy for him.
              believe it or not,some Spaniards still hate the Portuguese for it.
              it's sad.

        • Sarah, Madrid says:

          Wow! Every club has its fans with these kind of cheap insults, including Barcelona! :/.

          Generalizing Madrid fans with linkage to this is insulting to us out-there who only has respect for other clubs and players.

        • Sergz says:

          You're not any better yourself if you're gonna write comments like that…

        • xoWinnie says:

          cheap insults and STILL more titles than YOU have Thea!

          STAY MAD.

  5. Thea says:

    Love it – but am twinged with sadness as I miss the UNICEF logo on our shirts – it was beyond iconic and stood for something other than money.

    • LisaB says:

      as much as I enjoy not being in so much debt, having a paying sponsor on a Barca shirt just does not feel right. To add insult to injury, the home shirt design is hideous. No wonder Romeo went for the away one.

  6. Sarah, Madrid says:

    Lol! Beck is sure a democrat in his home, anyway he is such a Cutie in anything.

  7. indianmuggle says:

    Good choice Romeo!