Chris Kamara shares his ‘prized possessions’ with class Pele memorabilia

Chris Kamara has shared an image of his "prized possessions" which includes several pieces of memorabilia for the late great Pele.

The football world has been left in mourning following Pele's passing at the age of 82 yesterday (December 29), which came after a 15-month battle with colon cancer. Tributes have flooded in for the Brazilian icon in the wake of his death.

And Sky Sports broadcasting legend Kammy paid his respects by posting a snap from a room in his house where he has a signed Pele picture of him alongside George Best, one of his boots and what appears to be a match worn shirt.

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"My prized possessions of my hero growing up RIP Pele was very lucky to meet him," he wrote on Twitter, with fans in awe of the collection.

One replied: "Absolutely magic Kammy." Another commented: "Fantastic Pele display or shrine! Class act Pele, love it!"

A third joked: "Up your house insurance!!" And a fourth similarly said: "Omg lock that up in a bomb proof safe."

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"He was lucky to meet you as well Kammy," wrote a fifth, while a sixth added: "Kammy is that your little Pele shrine? Magnificent! And the pic of the great man with George Best, UNBELIEVABLE JEFF!"

Some people have used memorabilia to cash in on Pele's death. Countless listings have been made on re-sale site eBay, including a signed football for a whopping £20,000.

Someone else also posted an 'authentic' souvenir programme with Pele's signature written on it for £9,995, while signed Brazil shirts have been listed for up to £3,000 alongside a certificate of authentication.


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