Duff and Keane played with each other from underage level to the senior team for Ireland
After Damien Duff announced his retirement from football this week, the tributes poured in for the winger who played 100 times for his country.
One player that knew Duff better than most is Ireland captain Robbie Keane. Both men played together at underage level for Ireland and are only two of six players to play at least 100 times for Ireland.
Keane took to his Facebook account last night, to praise the former Chelsea winger, saying he "will be truely missed".
The best tribute was left until last when Keane called Duff "one of the greatest we've ever produced". It's hard to disagree with that.