• Pictures from the career of Scott Parker after he signs a three-year deal at Fulham Football Club.
  • Scott Parker is brought to the nation's attention as a ball-juggling 13-year-old in a World Cup '94 McDonald's advert.
  • In August 1997 the Lambeth born midfielder signs a professional contract with Charlton Athletic aged 16 years old.
  • While at Charlton he is a graduate of the FA's School of Excellence and represents England at every level from under-15s upward.
  • In March 2000, Scott Parker scores his first senior goal by netting the winner as Charlton beat QPR 2-1.
  • The Addicks are promoted to the Premiership and Parker becomes the linchpin of Charlton's midfield after captain Mark Kinsella picks up an injury.
  • Scott represents England at the Under-21s European Championships in Switzerland.
  • In January 2003, Scott Parker bags a brace as Charlton beat West Ham 4-2 at The Valley.
  • Parker's performances in the top flight highlight his potential and make him one of England's hottest prospects.
  • He is rewarded with an England senior call-up for the friendly against Australia at Upton Park but does not feature in the 3-1 defeat.
  • In November 2003 Scott gets his England debut, coming on as a 66th minute substitute in a 3-2 defeat by Denmark.
  • He finally leaves The Valley in January 2004 when Claudio Ranieri's Chelsea pay £10 million for his services.
  • Parker faces tough competition for a first team place, initially providing cover for Claude Makelele and Frank Lampard, he makes just 11 appearances.
  • At the end of the 2003-04 season Scott Parker is named as the PFA Young Player of the Year.
  • A broken foot keeps him out of Mourinho's plans as Chelsea win the league and the following season his signs for Souness's Newcastle United for £6.5m.
  • In March 2006 he scores the equaliser against his former club Charlton, but not long after he is ruled out for the rest of the season with glandular fever.
  • In the first game of the new season he scores for Newcastle United in a 2-1 win over Wigan Athletic.
  • He wins his third England cap in 2-0 Euro 2008 qualifying defeat by Croatia in Zagreb.
  • Parker finishes the campaign with four goals and 10 yellow cards for Newcastle.
  • In June 2007 he signs for West Ham United for £7 million although injury keeps him sidelined until late September.
  • Scott Parker makes his Hammers debut in a 1-0 victory over Plymouth Argyle in the League Cup.
  • His first goal for West Ham United is the 90th minute winner against Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.
  • At the end of the 2008-09 season Scott is voted Hammer of the Year by the club's supporters and also retains the award the following season.
  • He further improves his popularity at Upton Park by scoring the winning goal in the 3-2 win over Wigan which secures another season in the Premier League.
  • He makes his first England appearance since October 2006 by replacing Jack Wilshere at half time in a 2-1 friendly victory in Denmark.
  • In March 2011 he is named Barclays Premier League player of the month for February.
  • Despite the passing of his father the previous evening, Scott manages to play in West Ham's home draw against Tottenham.
  • Scott is selected in the starting line-up for England's Euro 2012 qualifying game away to Wales.
  • His performances in the 2010-11 season earn him a nomination for PFA Player of the Year and he wins the Football Writers' Player of the Year award.
  • Following a summer switch to Tottenham for £6million, Parker wins over Spurs faithful and is the club's Player of the Year.
  • Having slipped down the pecking order towards the end of the 2012-13 season, Parker looks for a new move during the summer.
  • On 19th August 2013 he makes the move to Craven Cottage and signs for Fulham. Credit: Fulham Football Club

Scott Parker career

Pictures from the career of Scott Parker after he signs a three-year deal at Fulham Football Club.