Former Lincoln City footballer Adam Buckley has been sentenced to 120 hours of community service after admitting stealing from other players at Sincil Bank.
Adam Buckley has not been a regular in the first team
He pleaded guilty to four counts of theft when he appeared before Lincoln magistrates on Friday.
The 23-year-old stole a pair of trainers, a pair of football boots, a mobile phone and a watch between August 2001 and January this year.
Buckley is the son of former Imps manager Alan Buckley.
He joined City from Grimsby Town in July, 2001, but was not a regular first-team player last season.