David James (footballer)

David James (Footballer)

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David Benjamin James (born 1 August 1970) is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Bristol City.

On 14 February 2009, he achieved the all-time Premier League appearance record with 536 appearances, overtaking Gary Speed. He held this record until being overtaken by Ryan Giggs on the 14th May 2011. He has also been capped 53 times by England, having made his first appearance in 1997.

He gained a Football League Cup winner's medal with Liverpool in 1995, and an FA Cup winner's medal with Portsmouth in 2008 as well as runners-up medals with Aston Villa in 2000, Liverpool in 1996 and Portsmouth in 2010. In 2010, he became the oldest goalkeeper to appear in the FA Cup Final at 39.

James also holds the Premier League record for most clean sheets, with 173.

Club career


Born in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, James signed as a trainee with Watford upon leaving school in 1989, and was first selected for the first team in 1989. In his days as a youth player, he helped Watford win the FA Youth Cup. Following the departure of Tony Coton, James made his league debut on 25 August 1990 in a 1–2 defeat with Millwall, and his performance resulted in an England U-21 call-up for a match against the Republic of Ireland. He earned a total of ten caps for the U-21s.

At club level, James made 89 first-team appearances for Watford, and was named the club's Player of the......
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