Fulham announced the arrival of John Heitinga in the closing hours of the transfer window in January 2014.
The defender arrived on permanent deal from Everton, for whom he’d been playing since 2009, making 140 appearances in the process.
Heitinga began his career at Ajax having emerged from their famed youth academy, making his debut as a 17-year-old in August 2001. He played more than 200 matches for the Amsterdam outfit, before moving to Atletico Madrid for a reported £8.8m fee.
In his one season in Spain, Heitinga helped Madrid finish fourth in La Liga – behind Barcelona, Real Madrid and Sevilla – making 31 appearances and scoring three goals.
A move to Goodison then materialised, with Heitinga’s versatility coming in very useful for the Toffees over the years, with the Dutchman capable of playing right-back, central defence, or in midfield.
He has also been a regular in the Netherlands national side since his debut in 2004, and was part of the squad at the 2004, 2008 and 2012 European Championships, as well as the 2006 and 2010 World Cups – the latter of which saw him play in every game en route to, and including, the final.
(Away) - 8 Mar 2014
|L1 - 3||90'||89%|
(Home) - 1 Mar 2014
|L1 - 3||90'||76%|
|West Bromwich Albion
(Away) - 22 Feb 2014
|D1 - 1||90'||57%|
(Home) - 12 Feb 2014
|L2 - 3||90'||74%|
(Away) - 9 Feb 2014
|D2 - 2||90'||94%|
|Minutes per goal||450.0|
|» Left Foot||1|
|» Inside Box||1|
|Shooting Accuracy (On Target / Off Target)||1 / 2|
|» Short (Successful)||98|
|» Long (Successful)||13|
|» Inside Box / Outside Box||10 / 2|
|» Ground Duels (Won)||4|
|» Aerial Duels (Won)||5|
|Fouls (Committed / Suffered)||8 / 1|