Former Liverpool goalkeeper David James is being forced to sell off his possessions at auction after going bankrupt.
The ex-England international was declared bankrupt earlier this year, but a trustee in the court order has only been appointed this week.
A statement from Hilco Global, on behalf of trustee Mick Sanders, said: "Hilco will be selling over 150 football shirts, many of them signed together with balls and shorts."
Up for auction, include England goalkeeper jerseys, and a Chelsea shirt worn by Frank Lampard exchanged after a fixture.
James is also having to sell off DJ equipment, a signed NFL shirt, exercise bikes, and a Vauxhall van.
It's a sad state of affairs for the 44-year-old, who is currently managing in the Indian Soccer League (ISL), and works part-time as a BT Sport pundit.