Damien Duff celebrates his 38th birthday today - three years on from leaving the Cottage for Australian side Melbourne City with some fantastic memories from his time in white.
The Irishman spent five years at Fulham after signing from Newcastle in a deal worth around £4million, linking up with Roy Hodgson once again after the two worked together at Blackburn.
He may have left the Cottage under a cloud in the summer of 2012, but the Dubliner certainly has been worth his fee over the years and has given us all some fond memories to look back on.
5. Duff's 350th league appearance
Fulham headed to Bolton in April of 2012 on the back of a 2-1 victory over Norwich after a run of nine straight goalless games with Duff set to make his 350th league apperance.
And what an appearance it was.
The Irishman was a constant threat to the Bolton defence, with Marcos Alonso and co seemingly unable to come up with an answer to his skill down the wing.
He was the provider for Clint Dempsey's goal, the second of the game, to cap off his landmark game with a 3-0 victory.
4. Duff's first goal for Fulham
He's scored important goals for the Whites all throughout his career, but his first one will always be remembered at Cottage when he netted the winner against Everton back in 2009.
Tim Cahill had given the Merseyside club the lead in the first half, before Paul Konchesky had equalled the scores during the second half.
But it was Duff who grabbed the three points for Fulham when he picked up the ball, drove at the Everton defence before cutting in and unleashing a sweet left footed striker that found the left hand corner of the goal to send the Cottage into raptures.
3. Who are Manchester United?
As we know, Duff has a tendency to score big goals in big games, and December 19, 2009 was no different.
Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United were the visitors to Craven Cottage in a game just six days before Christmas, and they were sent back to the Theatre of Dreams with their tails between their legs courtesy of Duff and co.
Danny Murphy opened the scoring in the 22nd minute before Bobby Zamora doubled their lead just after half time as United produced a disappointing display in London.
Duff smashed his side's third in the 75th minute to make sure of all three points before being subbed to a standing ovation from the Fulham faithful.
2. We're all heading to Wolfsburg
One of the Irishman's most important goals, without doubt, was his side's second against then reigning German champions Wolfsburg at Craven Cottage in their Europa League quarter-final tie.
Wolfsburg had only lost one of their last ten games going into the tie, but Fulham had no fear and Zamora put the hosts in front just after the hour mark with a lovely 20-yard curling effort.
He then turned provider as Duff capped off a wonderful move from 12 yards to give Fulham a 2-0 goal advantage, but a late Alexander Mudlang goal pegged them back.
Not that it mattered, as Zamora popped up in the first minute at the VfL Wolfsburg Arena to give Fulham their away goal and a 3-1 aggregate win.
1. Rumble in Hamburg
So it didn't end how any of us wanted it to - but a European final in any career isn't something to be scoffed out.
The Irishman lasted 84 minutes in Hamburg before making way for Erik Nevland as Roy Hodgson's side went looking for a winner after Diego Forlan opened the scoring before Simon Davies sent the travelling White army into meltdown mode with an equaliser five minutes later.
Forlan broke Fulham hearts deep into extra time but Duff's appearance in a European cup final for Fulham has to remain, for him personally, one of his most memorable appearance in the White of Fulham - or any club for that matter.
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