Former Liverpool And England Goalkeeper David James Auctions Possessions After Being Declared Bankrupt

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Having been declared bankrupt in May, David James is having to sell memorabilia to service his debts.

The former England goalkeeper split with his wife Tanya in 2005, and has since blown his £20 million fortune according to the Daily Mail.

James is auctioning off signed match worn shirts from his time with clubs such as Portsmouth, Liverpool and the national side, as well as other assorted items such as his collection of over 1800 vinyl records, a bicycle and a chainsaw.

James’ goods will be available for the public to bid on through Kentauctioneer Hilco between November 6th -18th.

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