I hunted high and low to find out what has happened to former Oldham Athletic striker Roger Palmer with no success. Can you help?
Palmer was part of Joe Royle's swashbuckling Oldham side of the late 1980s and early 1990s that marched into the top-flight and enjoyed great success in the cups.
The Latics' all-time leading goalscorer, Palmer was immortalised in the terrace chant of "oooooooooooh, Roger Palmer!!!".
Playing alongside the likes of Andy Ritchie, Frankie Bunn and Ian Marshall, Palmer helped Oldham reach the League Cup final in 1990, where they lost 1-0 to Nottingham Forest at Wembley.
He also starred in their run to the FA Cup semi-finals that year, where they lost an epic tie in a replay to eventual winners Manchester United.
On the way to that showdown with United, Palmer scored a controversial goal to help Oldham beat Everton in a fifth round second replay in March 1990.
Oldham and Everton meet again in the FA Cup this year at Goodison Park on Saturday, and BBC Sport will be looking back at the teams involved 17 years ago.
Palmer has kept a low profile since his retirement and the club had to issue an appeal on BBC GMR in 2006 to try to track him down for a reunion of the 1990 League Cup final team.
There were sightings of him in Timperley and Sale, and rumours he runs a chip shop.
So, have you seen Palmer recently or do you have any other memories of the players involved at the Everton game in 1990? Were you there and what do you remember about the likes of Rick Holden, Ian Snodin and Ray Atteveld?