1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
HamKam, SK Brann
Norwegian international Petter Vaagan Moen came up through the ranks at HamKam where he saw them promoted to the Tippeliga in 2003.
His great potential saw him transfered to heavy-weights SK Brann for a fee of around £1m - fans dubbing him the 'Beckham of Mjøsa.'
A dip in form saw a shift in tact for the player who moved to the centre of midfield and netted 14 goals as Brann won their first title since 1963.
He then achieved international honours with Norway while being voted the club's Player of the Season.
He opted to move to England and promotion candidates Queens Park Rangers, a deal which was confirmed following his contract expiry at Brann.
After only a smattering of appearances and being left out of the Premier League 25-man squad, PVM was released on January 31, 2012.
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