Harry Kewell made his name at Leeds United
Kewell made his name at Elland Road scoring 45 goals in 181 games before a move to his boyhood club Liverpool.
Things did not go quite as well at Anfield as injuries hampered his progress making just 93 appearances in five years, scoring 12 times.
Kewell was part of the fantastic Leeds side which made the Champions League semi-finals.
But the Liverpool team he joined went one better, beating AC Milan in that final in Istanbul back in 2005.
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard celebrates winning the Champions League
"I'd put Woody (Jonathan Woodgate) in there, I grew up with him I knew what an absolute talent he is and was.
Kewell opted for David Batty over Steven Gerrard
"I'd put David Batty, everyone would be scared of him, 100% I'd put myself in because I'd be able to just manage the game properly.
"And (Mark) Viduka up front, they'd have to have two or three players on him."
Kewell was a hero at Leeds and fans were devastated to see him leave for Merseyside.
When there the Australian divided opinion among Liverpool supporters.
Kewell divided opinion at Anfield
He is perhaps best remembered for a hat-trick of injuries in consecutive cup finals.
He trudged off against Chelsea in the 2005 League Cup final having not long returned from a groin injury.
His substitution against AC Milan in Istanbul was eventually attributed to a torn abductor muscle while he also departed early in the FA Cup final against West Ham a year later because of a torn groin.