After a ten year relationship, English soccer superstar David Beckham will no longer be endorsing Pepsi products.
"We wish David well with the many projects he is pursuing and look forward to the possibility of partnering together with him again someday," the company said in a brief statement.
Beckham, who now plays for the Los Angeles Galaxy of the Major League Soccer said he only had good memories working for Pepsi.
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"I hope everyone who has seen the work Pepsi and I have done together enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed making it and, who knows, there may yet be another chapter in this long relationship.
Over the years, the 33-year-old Beckham appeared in Pepsi commercials dressed as a surfer, a gladiator, and a cowboy.