David Beckham spent the weekend playing with his LA Galaxy teammates and visiting with some young Australian admirers. The MLS Cup champs continued their Asian Pacific tour on Saturday night in Manila with a 1-0 win over the Indonesia Select squad. From there, the Galaxy continued on to Australia yesterday. David spent the afternoon at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital signing autographs and posing for pictures with patients in the neuroscience ward. He shook hands with the doctors, kissed some starstruck moms, and chatted with some of his tiny fans.
After spending an hour at the medical center, David was back on the field in — and out — of uniform. The Galaxy held a training session for 300 children at a local high school. David politely posed for photos and even gave the crowd a glimpse of his six-pack when he changed jerseys. Tomorrow the team moves onto Dubai for their final match of the tour and, perhaps, David's last game under contract with the Galaxy. David has yet to decide where he'll be playing, if at all, next season. He said this during today's press conference: "I wanted to end this season with a championship and we did that, then I wanted some time on this tour to be able to celebrate it. I haven't actually started thinking about it yet. Once I get some downtime, then I'll start thinking what's going to be best." His future in LA is uncertain, and there are rumors David and wife Victoria are considering a move to Paris so he could play with St. Germain club.