Romeo Beckham makes Brentford B debut with sons of two other ex-Premier League stars as dad David watches on | The Sun

ROMEO BECKHAM was welcomed by a record crowd as he began life in senior English football – alongside a couple more recognisable surnames.

Some 553 people turned up at Erith and Belvedere as the glam king helped his side to a 3-2 win, up from their average attendance of 160.

And one of them was proud dad David, who sneaked into the ground at half time to avoid crowds.

And while Beckham was certainly the most famous surname on that pitch, there were a couple more that might have chimed with fans of the Premier League in the 90s.

No15 for the West Londoners was Max Dickov, son of former Manchester City striker Paul Dickov, while ex-Charlton forward Kevin Lisbie's lad Kyreece wore No12.

Romeo was brought at right-wing just before the hour – which allowed his old man to see his entire performance.

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At times the 20-year-old even resembled his dad on the pitch, as he showed a fantastic range of passing and excellent set piece deliveres.

The on-loan Inter Miami ace even took the corner that led to the Bees' equaliser.

Following the match, manager Neil MacFarlane was full of praise for Romeo's attitude since joining the Bees.

He said: “His father was an unbelievable player, with an unbelievable character, who had an unbelievable career.

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“We push the players like they have never been pushed before and he [Romeo] has been incredible and bought into the culture and he should be proud of his debut.”

And Romeo's progression to the first team has not been ruled out by manager Thomas Frank, who labelled him an "interesting player".



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