Cape Town - Bankrupt former England goalkeeper David James was forced to sell off his memorabilia at an auction.
According to the BBC, James made over £16 800 at the sale.
£672 - An England shirt the James wore when England beat Argentina at the 2002 World Cup.
£480 - Portsmouth goalkeeping shirt from the 2008 season.
£450 - 2006 World Cup bib
£160 - Liverpool goalkeeping shirt from the 1995/96 season.
£1 000 - A boxed and unused retro Raleigh Chopper bike.
£5 632 - 1,800-plus vinyl records
£3 831 - Petr Cech 2010 FA Cup final shirt
£1 155 - 2010 World Cup England shirt worn against Germany
£1 050 - Vauxhall Astra £1,050
£945 - 2010 World Cup England shirt worn against Algeria
£751 - Technics Model SL-1200 Turntable SL-1200 Limited
£720 - Jubilee Plastic Half-Mug by Alex Garnet
The auctioneer, Hilco, confirmed that there was worldwide interest in the items David James had put up for sale.
James was declared bankrupt earlier this year despite earning nearly £20 million during his career.