England and Portsmouth goalkeeper David James issues quarry warning

PREMIER League goalkeepers including WGC's David James are urging youngsters to avoid potentially fatal quarrying areas. Danger of death signs surround Lafarge's site in Panshanger and workers at the quarry, as well as the top shot-stoppers are insisting

PREMIER League goalkeepers including WGC's David James are urging youngsters to avoid potentially fatal quarrying areas.

Danger of death signs surround Lafarge's site in Panshanger and workers at the quarry, as well as the top shot-stoppers are insisting youngsters pay attention to the signs, as this year's Stay Safe campaign was launched this week.

The former Sir Frederic Osborn pupil is joining Hull City's Boaz Myhill, Bolton Wanderers' Jussi Jaaskelainen and Wigan Athletic's Chris Kirkland, in throwing his safe hands behind the campaign.

The Portsmouth and England number one said: "Quarries are places for work and not play, and can hold hidden dangers if you go there unsupervised."

More on this story in this week's WHT, out on Wednesday.

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