Scaloni vows Beckham revenge
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Argentinian Scaloni scuffled with Beckham in Depor's weekend defeat to the Liga champions and is still fuming about the clash.
Despite Beckham's claim that the incident was a trivial encounter, Scaloni seems to have taken exception to the England man's behaviour.
''Football always gives you the chance to have revenge, so I know I will have the chance to see Beckham again on a football pitch - the correct place for deciding things.
''I will be waiting for him at Riazor in the next match,'' vowed Scaloni.
The match in Depor's stadium is scheduled for the May 2; five weeks before England play their opening game of the Euro 2004 Championship.
Beckham has repeatedly under-played the incident, in which both players were booked, but the Argentinian remains voracious in his criticism of the Madrid star.
Scaloni claims: ''He fouled me from behind, we both fell to the ground and hit each other.
''Then he did a gesture to me that I did not like.''
Despite television pictures that suggest Beckham offered to shake hands with Scaloni, the Deportivo midfielder offers an alternative perspective of the event.
''He wanted to shake hands because he is a false person.
''He did it for the cameras, because when he turned away he grabbed his balls,'' Scaloni added.