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Jul 12, 2012

Scholes feels for Becks after snub

Paul Scholes has admitted to his surprise at David Beckham's omission from Great Britain's side for the 2012 Olympic Games.

• Pearce: No pressure to pick Becks

Beckham, 37, was not, as expected, chosen as one of coach Stuart Pearce's three over-age players in the squad, with Ryan Giggs, Craig Bellamy and Micah Richards instead called upon.

The LA Galaxy midfielder played a role in London's successful bid for the Games, and it had subsequently been anticipated he would represent Team GB this summer.

Scholes feels for his former Manchester United team-mate Beckham, saying in the Sun: "It's a shame about Becks. It's surprising as well, after everything David did to help London get the Olympics.

"That's Stuart Pearce's decision, but I feel sorry for David as I'm sure he'd have loved to have played in it."

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