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Bankrupt Former England Keeper Forced to Flog Off Croatian Jersey

DJFormer England goalkeeper David James, who was decleared bankrupt earlier this year, is flogging off his memorabilia to raise money for creditors. James, who was capped more than 50 times for England, sold more than 150 shirts, including a Croatian one…

This week auction house Hilco Global was selling James’ items online on behalf of the appointed trustee, with Stipe Pletikosa’s Croatian goalkeeping shirt, than James swapped after a England v Croatia fixture back in 2003, selling for £185.00. James reportedly earned £20million during his time as a professional footballer. Other items in the auction included Petr Cech’s goalkeeping jersey he wore during Chelsea’s 1-0 FA Cup final win against James’ Portsmouth in 2010, which went for £3,831. 1,800 vinyl records which James owned sold for £5,632.

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