Tomorrow, if you're tuning in, every Sky Sports News presenter will tell you it is the 10th anniversary of the January transfer window. Jim White, in those you-can't-miss-'em adverts, will be "having a party", albeit not Frank Gallagher style.
January transfer deadline day in 2003 wasn't very dramatic. A friend, bunking off from school, sorry, missing school because he was unwell, told me Rufus Brevitt had signed for West Ham United.
It wasn't quite that bad. The mesmeric Christophe Dugarry arrived, Leeds United continued their fire sale and Middlesbrough became the only club to sign two strikers but become less potent.
We take a trip back in time to remember some of those sold in the winter of 2003.
Lee Bowyer, Leeds to West Ham
Matthew Upson, Arsenal to Birmingham
Les Ferdinand, Tottenham to West Ham
Jonathan Woodgate, Leeds to Newcastle
David Sommeil, Bordeaux to Manchester City
Yakubu, Maccabi Haifa to Portsmouth
Robbie Fowler, Leeds to Man City
David Prutton, Nottingham Forest to Southampton
Malcolm Christie, Derby to Middlesbrough
Rufus Brevitt, Fulham to West Ham
Mart Poom, Derby to Sunderland
Michael Ricketts, Bolton to Middlesbrough
Christophe Dugarry, Marseille to Bordeaux