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MANCHESTER CITY defender Danny Tiatto has told United rival David Beckham that he must calm down, or face the wrath of the referee's notebook.
The 27-year-old was felled by a lunge by Beckham on Wednesday night in the stormy testimonial for Denis Irwin at Old Trafford, and has warned that making similarly rash challenges in competitive games will see him punished.
"I was exactly like that a couple of years ago," said Tiatto. "Every time I got kicked I would immediately retaliate.
"I got sent off a couple of times, but then saw that was no way to go on and it didn't help anyone, not me, not the club.
"I decided from then that I had to turn my game around. Without a doubt it has helped me so much, I have become a much better player.
"It's not for me to tell David Beckham what to do but maybe he should do the same. It's up to him to sort himself out.
"I think sometimes that if he kept his head he would be an even better player. It's a testimonial match so I think the referee didn't want to make a big deal and nor did I. I just got up and carried on."
Another flashpoint in the game saw George Weah clatter Irwin with a challenge which has ruled the Irishman out of the opening game of the Premiership season, but Weah has defended the tackle, saying: "I have heard a lot of criticism.
"I didn't really go into the tackle, I was on the ball before him, he came late and we met together.
"I tried to apologise but he refused, I don't think that was good for a friendly. You expect these things in this kind of game.
"Sometimes you don't really do what you want to do but you should respect such gestures in games."
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