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Cherries: Former England keeper James training with Groves' squad
FORMER England goalkeeper David James has today linked up with Cherries for training.
The 42-year-old, who was released by Bristol City at the end of last season, is expected to be assesed during the next two days before a decision is made as to whether he could feature against Walsall on Saturday.
Current first choice Shwan Jalal has kept one clean sheet in eight league games and the 15 goals conceded by Cherries sees them hold the joint second worst defensive record in League One.
James played for Watford, Liverpool, Aston Villa, West Ham, Manchester City and Portsmouth during an illustrious career.
He was capped 53 by England and his last appearance came in the 2010 World Cup quarter-final defeat to Germany. He also became the oldest World Cup debutant when he lined up in South Africa aged 39.
Based in Newton Abbot, James trained with League Two outfit Exeter in July and has worked with both Cherries boss Paul Groves and advisor Harry Redknapp in the past.