David Beckham worries that his success puts 'pressure' on sons
David Beckham has recently admitted that he is worried about his sons because his sports legacy has put them under a pressure to follow in his footsteps.
Washington: David Beckham has recently admitted that he is worried about his sons because his sports legacy has put them under a pressure to follow in his footsteps.
The 39-year-old retired football player, who has Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 11, and Cruz, 9, with wife Victoria Beckham, told the Daily Telegraph that it does not affects them but Brooklyn told him that he heard all the other kids saying that he's going to be great, so they do feel the pressure a little bit, Contactmusic reported.
If Brooklyn has a bad game, he hears what other kids say, but the younger two don't really care, especially the youngest one because he thinks he's the best anyway and he's got two older brothers he was competing with, he further added.
Beckham made the decision to retire from playing the sport professionally in 2013 in order to spend more time with his family. Now he makes sure that he takes his kids to every single football training session.