Remember Roman Pavlyuchenko, Spurs fans?
The forward was a staple of Tottenham’s forward-line between 2008-2011, but is seemingly winding down his career in the lower-reaches of Russian football.
Since leaving North London at the end of the 2010-11 season, Pavlyuchenko has turned out for a handful of relatively well-known clubs, such as Lokomotiv Moscow, Kuban Krasnodar and Ural.
The 35-year-old has been a free-agent since leaving Ural at the end of last season, but has reportedly joined up with third-tier hopefuls FC Ararat Moscow.
Haven’t heard of them?
That’s because they didn’t exist a year ago.
They don’t even have a Wikipedia page – we already checked.
According to sports.ru, Pavlyuchenko has joined the new Moscow-based club on a one-year deal.
The club only recently passed their Russian FA license, and will play in the second division (the equivalent to League One, we assume) next season.
We couldn’t find out too much more about the club, but the name “Ararat” is reportedly in honour of the Armenian club Ararat Yerevan, who won the USSR championship in 1973.
They also play in orange, which is nice.