Craig Bellamy enjoyed two spells as a Liverpool player, the first from 2006 to 2007 and the second from 2011 to 2012.
The Welsh international had scored goals for Norwich, Coventry, Newcastle, Celtic and Blackburn when he fulfilled a dream of joining Liverpool in 2006 - and despite just one season in L4, he played his part in some dramatic victories.
The front man hit nine goals in 42 games, including a header in a 2-1 Champions League success over Barcelona in February 2007. He set up our other goal on the night for John Arne Riise as the Reds beat the reigning European champions in their own backyard.
Liverpool went on to reach the final, though Bellamy was an unused substitute. He was then sold by Rafael Benitez to West Ham.
But that was not the end of his Anfield journey.
Despite scoring a string of important goals for cash-rich Manchester City, the Cardiff-born star somehow found himself surplus to requirements - but City's loss was most certainly Liverpool's gain.
Though used as a squad player by new boss Kenny Dalglish, Bellamy's contribution after his return was superb - most notably the winning goal to send Liverpool to the Carling Cup final at the expense of his former employers from down the M62.
A month later Bellamy appeared as a substitute against hometown club Cardiff City - where he spent a season on loan the previous year - as the Reds lifted their first trophy since 2006.
Away from the pitch, Bellamy carried out extensive charity work and in 2008 established his own foundation to help youngsters in Sierra Leone.
In August 2012 it was announced that Bellamy would depart Anfield for a second time and return to Cardiff to join Malky Mackay's side in the Championship.