Fulham legend Brede Hangeland celebrates his 36th birthday today, and what better way to celebrate than by looking back on his best moments at the Cottage?
Yesterday, fellow ex-Fulham captain Brian McBride celebrated his birthday and today it's the turn of the Norwegian defender, who has some great games to look back on.
A European final, a goal against Arsenal and a man of the match award on his debut - it wasn't a bad six years in west London.
Here's our favourite Hangeland moments:
5. First Man of the Match award
Having arrived from Copenhagen in January 2008, Hangeland made his debut against Bolton on January 29 and what a first game it was.
The centre back was a colossus in defence and demonstrated exactly why Roy Hodgson was so keen to sign his former Viking player.
Fulham won the game 1-0, and Sky Sports award Hangeland the man of the match award - his first in England.
4. Highest scoring centre back in the Premier League in 2011
Hangeland was the Premier League's highest scoring centre back in the 2010/11 season, with two goals against Birmingham City ensuring he took the accolade, while finishing only second in Fulham's charts top Clint Dempsey.
Hangeland got both the goals, one with a volley and one with his head, to ensure the club secured only their third away win of the season, while it put Birmingham further into trouble.
He finished that season with eight goals in all competitions - not a bad haul for a defender.
3. A goal against Shakhtar ensures Fulham progress in Europe
It's a night that will long in the memory of Fulham fans as a backs to the wall display ensured Fulham knocked out the holders Shakhtar Donetsk.
Hangeland gave Fulham the lead when he connected to Damien Duff's free kick, and although Jadson equalised a great defensive performance in Ukrane ensured it was the west London club who qualified.
It set up a last-16 clash with Juventus, and we all remember what happened there...
2. A memorable first goal against Arsenal
Fulham got their first win of the season while Hangeland scored his first ever goal for the club against Arsenal, contributing to a 1-0 victory over the club.
The side deserved the three points in a physical showing, with Hangeland stabbing in Jimmy Bullard's cross from close range to give them all three points.
A goal against Arsenal is something to be proud of in any case, but scoring your first against them make it even more special.
1. Playing for Fulham in a major European final
One of the club's biggest games ever, they did themselves proud, taking Atletico Madrid to extra time before Diego Forlan ensured Fulham would go home empty handed.
Hangeland played the entire game and did a good job of shackling Sergio Aguero and Forlan, but could do nothing to stop the former from bagging a brace.
Despite losing, a major European final appearance will forever live in both Fulham fans' memories, and Hangeland's.