An ex-Leeds United player was one of the 13 people to go bankrupt in Kirklees and Calderdale last month.
Dominic Matteo, who ended his playing career in 2009 and is now aged 41, filed for bankruptcy on August 4 according to data from The London Gazette.
The ex-Leeds and Liverpool defender currently has a home in Shelf, Calderdale according to the records.
He was one of 13 people to go bankrupt in Kirklees and Calderdale in August, the same as the number of people who went bankrupt in July.
The figures show that people from all manner of professions filed for bankruptcy including a gardener a landlord and the owner of Kershaw House pub.
Across the whole of the UK 1,221 people filed for bankruptcy in August, a decrease on the 1,341 people who filed in July and the lowest number for any month in 2015 so far.
Matteo had been working as a football pundit. He played 129 games for Liverpool and 115 for Leeds before retiring at the age of 35.