Son of former Manchester United, Real Madrid and LA Galaxy star David, Romeo moved to Brentford&aposs B side on loan for six months from MLS side Inter Miami, a team co-owned by his father. The 20-year-old had been training with the London side during the off-season to keep up fitness before they agreed to bring him in temporarily.
Beckham made his debut against Erith & Belvedere FC in the London Senior Cup on Tuesday night and Brentford B boss Neil MacFarlane has praised his &aposunbelievable impact&apos.
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The Bees won 3-2 after coming from behind. Beckham was introduced as a substitute with 35 minutes to go and constantly drove the team forward from midfield.
His father, who was in attendance alongside 552 others would have been impressed, alongside his manager. MacFarlane told the club&aposs official website: “He created some really good moments for us with some terrific deliveries. He had an opportunity to score as well and I was thrilled with him and the group in general for keeping on the front foot. We never gave up and we got through.
It seems the manager is also optimistic about the group going into the rest of the season: “Our subs made an unbelievable impact and thats what we want, everyone pushing each other and keep helping the group move forward because we had a brilliant 2022 and we just want to keep getting better in the new year.
No matter what change in the shape or personnel I thought the response was incredible. We were on the front foot through Max Dickov, Romeo (Beckham), Kyreece (Lisbie), Byron (Wilson), all of them were making big impacts, JNeil (Bennett) too when he moved position.”