David James, who's player manager of the Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters FC, has hit a bit of a rough patch financially, and has been forced to auction off his possessions. 

James declared himself bankrupt back in May, citing a costly divorce settlement in which he had to pay out a decent wedge of the estimated £25 million that he is thought to have earned in his career to date.

As a result of that declaration he is now selling off a lot his possessions in an auction, with memorabilia galore, as well as some more of his personal effects including a chainsaw and some DJ equipment, according to BackPage Press

You can check out the full catalog of items on the auction page, including signed jerseys and other bits and pieces from his career, and take your pick of what's on offer from James' collection.