David Beckham And Zidane Name Squad For Unicef Charity At Old Trafford

David Beckham And Zidane Name Squad For Unicef Charity At Old Trafford

Former Real Madrid team mates, David Beckham and Zinedine Zidane have listed a star studded squad in their British and Irish versus Rest of the World match at the Old Trafford.

The game which is organized in aid of UNICEF takes place in November’s ‘Match for Children’, and some of the biggest players in world football have agreed to honour it.

The charity game sees a Great Britain and Ireland team captained by David Beckham come face-to-face with Zinedine Zidane’s Rest of the World XI.

And guess what, former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson returns to his old home, Old Trafford to manage a side which will feature some former players he mentored in the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand, David Beckham, and a few others like Jamie Carragher,  John Terry and David Seaman.

Former Chelsea and Italian manager, Carlo Ancelloti will also handle the And legendary Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti, will also handle the opposition Rest of the World XI formerly whose squad includes ex-world stars such as Ronaldinho, Luis Figo, Cafu, Alessandro Nesta, Patrick Vieira and Patrick Kluivert.

With no Premier League matches taking place that weekend due to the Euro 2016 play-offs, the game has been scheduled for 14 November and kick-off is 3pm.

Beckham’s GB and Ireland: David Seaman, David James, Sol Campbell, John Terry, Phil Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Jamie Carragher, Ashley Cole, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Michael Owen, Andy Cole.

Managed by: Alex Ferguson.


Zidane’s Rest of the World: Edwin van der Saar, Cafu, Fabio Cannavaro, Alessandro Nesta, Luis Figo, Ronaldinho, Patrick Vieira, Michael Ballack, Massimo Ambrosini, Robert Pires, Dwight Yorke, Patrick Kluivert , Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Landon Donovan.


Managed by: Carlo Ancelotti.


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