Don’t Compare Romeo With His Father, Beckham – Brentford Coach

THOMAS Frank says Romeo Beckham should be judged as a player in his own right and not compared with his father and former England captain, David.

David Beckham watched his son make his debut for Brentford B in the London Senior Cup on Tuesday after joining on loan from Inter Miami II.

“Romeo is a very good player, of course he has a name that is pretty worldwide, and big,” said Brentford boss Frank.

“For Romeo he is himself, he of course has a big name. You can’t compare.”

Frank compared the situation to when he coached Andreas Laudrup, son of Denmark legend Michael Laudrup, during his time in charge of the Denmark youth sides.

“Maybe [Michael] Laudrup is also a decent player, I coached his son and it is important to take him as a player – not as a Laudrup but as himself,” said Frank.

“He is here for a reason, because we think he is a good player, and we are pleased he could make the loan deal.

“We are pleased to see him doing well, pleased to see the performance he had in the last game and when you have players, either permanent or on loan, it is for a reason.

“It is either for getting the team to perform, or to extend the loan deal and make it a permanent deal, so we just hope that he keeps progressing and makes it very interesting for us.”

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