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David Beckham shares hilarious Only Fools and Horses meme

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David Beckham has shared a hilarious snap of himself photoshopped into an Only Fools and Horses poster. In the snap, which is labelled 'David Peckham' (where the show is set), the retired footballer looks like a part of the cast while dressed in a red turtleneck jumper and a fur coat, complete with a flat cap.

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Fans were quick to discuss the funny picture, with one writing: "When I first saw this, I thought it was a teaser of a movie or something in which your name was David 'Peckham'." Another added: "Greatest thing ever mate! Grew up with Only Fools! Saw your wee clip! Hilarious loved it!" David is clearly a huge fan of the beloved comedy, and even appeared in a Comic Relief special of the show back in 2014.

 

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Alright Dave

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The stars of the show, Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst, recently opened up about the possibility of a revival, claiming they wouldn't make any more full episodes following the death of the show's writer, John Sullivan, in 2011. Chatting to the Daily Mirror, Nicholas said: "We can't do 'Fools and Horses' again as the writers are not there. It will never happen. It ended on a high." David added: "When we did 'Fools and Horses' we just had a writer who just wrote and that was his craft and he handed it onto us. We were very fortunate that we were doing a TV show that was written by such a talented man. Now everybody wants instant success, an instant winner and you can't have an instant winner."

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David is a huge fan of the show

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John Challis, who played used car salesman Boycie in the show, previously spoke about a reunion, revealing that the show creator had planned to write one more episode before he sadly passed away. "Just before John died he was actually getting together a special for us," he told the Daily Star. "It was going to be Del Boy’s 65th birthday – for which everyone would meet at The Nag's Head – and retirement. Everyone was going to be part of that but unfortunately John got ill and never recovered, so it never happened."

 

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