Ex-Leyton Orient players have sent souvenirs to be auctioned for the Leyton Orient Fan's Trust Regeneration Fund. 

Kevin Lisbie and Dean Cox have handed out a match worn signed shirt and football boots to the cause respectively.

Cox controversially left the E10 club in the summer, one day after the deadline day transfer window shut with the midfielder now playing for Crawley Town.

Lisbie played for the O's from 2011-2015 made 111 appearances and scored 46 times.

The fighting fund has almost reached £70,000 of the £250,000 target. 

But this is set to rise once the proceeds of the collection buckets outside the ground in Saturday's 3-0 loss to Grimsby Town has been counted.

Orient were served with a winding-up petition from HMRC on Wednesday, March 1 and are due to appear in the high court on Monday, March 20. 

It is believed HMRC are owed £125,000-£250,000 in an unpaid tax bill.