Jane Given will be our focus. We will look at how Jane Given and her ex-fiace are battling it out in court for properties.
Who is Shay Given?
Séamus John James Given known simply referred as Shay given is an Irish professional player.
Born on 2oth April,1976, Shay Given is a goalkeeper.
He is the second most capped player for his country, the Republic of Ireland.
Given has as many as 134 caps and started his club at Celtic. He never made it to the first team, till he left for Blackburn Rovers in 1994.
He also played for Sunderland, making it to the team that won the Football League First Division tile in the 1995-1996 season.
He also signed for Newcastle United while on loan from Blackburn and it was there that he made name for himself.
He was part of the Premier League team of the season for both the 2001-2002 season and the 2005-06 season.
The goal keeper also played in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Cup with Newcastle United.
Who is Jane Given? Ex-wife of football star Shay given.
Shay Given got married to his ex-wife Jane Cunningham in 2001 at the famous Hexham, England.
Given and Jane shared two children together. The couple however fell out of love and divorced on 17th June ,2014.
Given has gone ahead with his relationship with Becky Gibson with whom he shared two adorable daughters.
Jane Given and his new man battle it out in court for properties.
Jane Given who is an ex-wife of Shay Given began a new relationship with a businessman by name Andrew Ralph in 2018.
This was five years after she parted ways with ex-Newcastle and Man City player Shay Given.
The two are in court for two things. They are fighting for “an Aston Martin and a £300,000 (€343,000) engagement ring”.
j. Given who is a former model wants to keep their engagement ring which cost £200,000 (€229,000).
The “supercar and lavish ring” was allegedly bought for her by Andrew Ralph and Given’s ex- wife wants to keep her ring despite dumping the businessman.
Jane who is 47 ended her relationship with Mr Ralph in December, 2020 and Ralph wants his ring back.
He said the ring was a “wedding present” and since the wedding never came on, then the gift must be returned.
Ralph’s lawyers are of the opinion that it was an “expressly and/or impliedly agreed that the defendant would return the engagement ring if the marriage did not proceed”.
Jane on the other hand argued that the car and the ring were both gifts and cannot be returned.