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HIGH: 2002

De­buts for Middlesbrough in Premier League & plays key role in 1-0 win away to Man­ches­ter United at Old Traf­ford

LOW: 2006

Frozen out and rel­e­gated to the re­serves at Bris­tol City af­ter re­fus­ing to sign a new con­tract

HIGH: 2006

Makes shock start against Ja­pan in Aus­tralia’s open­ing 2006 World Cup game, hav­ing only three caps pre­vi­ously

HIGH: 2006

Signs with Dutch Ere­di­visie club Twente fol­low­ing the World Cup, with Guus Hid­dink’s rec­om­men­da­tion

HIGH: 2008

Helps Twente qual­ify for UEFA Cham­pi­ons League qual­i­fiers, af­ter beat­ing Ajax in the play-offs

LOW: 2012

Gets in al­ter­ca­tion af­ter Di­namo Moscow’s 2012 Rus­sian Cup Fi­nal de­feat, hav­ing been sus­pended for the de­cider

LOW: 2014

Misses the 2014 World Cup squad fol­low­ing the ap­point­ment of new boss Ange Postecoglou, hav­ing pre­vi­ously been a reg­u­lar

HIGH: 2016

Re­turns to ‘home’ club Di­namo Moscow af­ter con­sid­er­ing re­tire­ment, help­ing the side earn pro­mo­tion

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