I guess you can't hang on to belongings forever, but to sell something quite as prestige as this will cause quite a stir in the auction rooms.
Ex-footballer Alan Ball has decided to sell his 1966 World Cup winners medal, his World Cup final cap and other memorabillia.
In the whole era of football, to the English, this would be one of the most sought after pieces of football history available. It's the only time that
England have won the World Cup beating Germany in the final.
His reason? To gain finacial stability for his family. What sort of price would the medal and cap warrant? It has to be a huge sum as you don't come
by these everyday.
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