Born: Grimsby, 29 April 1958

Died: Hedge End, Hampshire, 29 April 2013

Position: Centre back

Signed: 28 July 1994 (free transfer)

Fulham debut: Fulham 1-1 Walsall, 13 August 1994

Fulham appearances: 67

Fulham goals: 6

One of five members of his family to play for his hometown club Grimsby Town, Kevin Moore made more than 450 first-team appearances for the Mariners, whom he helped win the Division Three title and the Football League Trophy. Moore spent a season at Oldham before being signed by First Division Southampton, who were managed by his former Grimsby central defensive partner Chris Nicholl. Moore made 185 appearances for the Saints, including scoring at Wembley in the 1992 Football League Trophy final, before being enticed to Craven Cottage in July 1994 by Ian Branfoot.

A popular member of the first-team squad, Moore scored on his debut against Walsall and made 67 appearances in two seasons before becoming the club’s safety officer and training ground manager, making the most of his qualifications as a chartered surveyor. Moore sadly suffered from Pick’s disease, a form of dementia, and died in a Hampshire nursing home on his 55th birthday.