FORMER Oxford United player Dave Langan has sold several of his awards for £2,640.
They included the 57-year-old’s Oxford United Player of the Year award for the season 1984/85, which was sold for £80 – £20 less than the estimate.
The former right-back, who played for the U’s between 1984 and 1987, put the items up for auction in London yesterday to “make ends meet”.
Last year Oxford United supporters raised £5,000 to buy Mr Langan’s Milk Cup and Division 2 winner’s medals to help ease his financial worries.
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