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Former England captain David Beckham says he is tempted to come out of retirement

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LONDON - David Beckham says he might come out of retirement and play football again.

The foootball great, who retired last year after a final stint at Paris Saint-Germain, said in a BBC documentary he had "a tough time" after hanging up his boots and is tempted to come out of retirement.

The 39-year-old Beckham, who is trying to launch a Major League Soccer team and build a stadium in Miami, said "there's never been a player-owner, but maybe?"

The former England captain travelled 800 miles (1,300 kilometres) into the Amazon rainforest for 12 days to make the documentary which will be broadcast on Monday.

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