David Beckham's latest project has got off to a dodgy start. For six long years he's worked tirelessly to establish the first Major League Soccer team in Miami. After endless wrangling over stadium sites and investment, Club Internacional de Fútbol Miami – or Inter Miami – played their first two games this month. Unfortunately, they lost both. In further bad news for the club's part-owner, on the eve of Miami's first-ever home game this weekend, the league has just been shut down for a month due to coronavirus. On the plus side, Beckham has already wangled a new watch out of it. The 44-year-old has been spotted with a rare custom* Tudor Pelagos dangling from his heavily tattooed wrist. In modern diving-watch circles, the Pelagos rates highly —*it won the prestigious Best Sports Watch category at the 2015 GPHG Awards. Nicely sized at 42mm, it's got a lightweight build thanks to its titanium case, a ceramic bezel, auto-adjusting clasp, plus a highly respectable 500m of water resistance. What makes Beckham's Pelagos strikingly different is that there's an Inter Miami crest stamped at 6 o'clock. When you're a walking super-brand, it seems, a football scarf just doesn't cut it. In fact,…

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