It was a media circus when David Beckam took part in his first training session yesterday, with his new clubmates from Paris St Germain. 

Only a hundred journalists from a list of 200 from around the world were allowed to attend the session. 

There was also an equal number of PSG supporters, who were kept out of the event. 

And with 10 police officers in attendance, the cameras flashed as Beckham made his way out on to the pitch and exchanged words briefly with head coach, Carlo Ancelotti. 

The 37 year old former Real Madrid midfielder, was using a pair of pink coloured football boots and he had a red hat on as well. 

His first training session lasted barely an hour. 

And Becks could make his French league debut in this Sunday's match at Sochaux 


2nd-division German side Dynamo Dresden have taken the unusual step of banning their own fans for the next 3 away matches. 

That's after the club's supporters went on a riot at a match last Friday.

Supporters of relegation-threatened Dynamo clashed with police and set off flares during their team's 3-0 defeat at Kaiserslautern. 

Dresden fans rioted in Kaiserslautern town centre before the game and caused an estimated US$100,000 dollars worth of damage. 

And the club decided to punish their own supporters first, before the German FA's potential ban.