One of the true greats of the history of Liverpool Football Club, Jamie Carragher is set to retire from professional football at the end of the current season, bringing to an end a career filled front-to-back with glorious chapters of success and struggle.
His announcement may not come as a huge surprise, but he will certainly leave a gaping hole to fill behind him, having donned the Red shirt 723 times to date, more than anybody else in the modern era and second for all time to only Ian Callaghan.
Liverpool's first team will have a replacement central defender to find, but the club as a whole will lose something far greater than a mere player. For a decade and a half, the man who wears the No. 23 shirt has defined what it means to be a professional, winning countless trophies, playing on the biggest stages of all and leading by example for a younger generation.
Listing all of Carragher's achievements could take until the end of the season itself, but here's a recount of his most notable moments of all.