Date: 14th April 2008 at 4:16pm
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David James has spoken to The News about his ‘delight’ at being nominated for the PFA Player of the Year award, even if he did admit that it is not something he usually takes much interest in: ‘I was delighted. I have to say I have always considered the PFA awards as something I’ve not been too interested in.

‘But now I’ve been nominated, it’s the best award anybody can be voted for!

‘To be considered alongside the likes of Ronaldo is a tremendous feat and as much as it is an individual nomination, I genuinely think it is a result of what is happening at Portsmouth Football Club’.

As always James was being very modest as he had been when previously talking about the role he has played in our moves forward in recent years since his signing. As Chix pointed out earlier we owe so much to him for this progression – yet he plays down his role.

One thing that I do hope we do not see again is that bloody cap that he wore at the weekend to shield his eyes from the sun – it seemed several times too small for his head, but that was probably because of his Afro, which itself probably made some difference in his 2nd half safe from Michael Owen!

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