You can add to that list that he was shrouded in mystery due to having almost no media presence and crucially, essentially, the fact that he only scored bangers.
His trademark was thunderous volleys from outside the box, strikes against Tottenham and Fulham particular stand outs, though he was also perfectly happy to swing a boot at any ball and send it sailing into the top corner.
As if his pitch for the Premier League cult hero hall of fame wasn't already strong enough he also went and won Turkish Masterchef a year after hanging up his boots and had been genuinely torn as a youth between pursuing his burgeoning career in football or being a racing driver.
He arrived in the league the wrong side of 30 and stuck around for close to a decade as others came and went. He remains one of the Premier League’s most indelible characters over ten years after calling it quits and it’s unlikely that's going to change anytime soon.
Thanks for the memories, Tugay.