Ex England International goalkeeper David James is auctioning off 150+ signed and matchworn football shirts after being declared bankrupt.
The former stopper who played 536 games in the top tier and was capped 53 times by England has been forced to auction off his prized football shirt collection consisting of signed and match worn jerseys to raise money after being declared bankrupt.
It appears that James who earned around £20million during his football career which saw him play for some of England’s top clubs including Liverpool, West Ham, Aston Villa, Portsmouth and Manchester City had a expensive divorce from wife Tanya back in 2005 which is one of the main reasons for his current financial situation.
David is currently player-manager of Kerala Blasters in the inaugural Indian Super League.
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