Seeing your favourite player pull on a rival teams jersey seems just downright wrong and weird.
It’s not uncommon for many of the games great players to swap clubs in search for bigger and better opportunities, with some of them paying off, and others not so much.
Like seeing Cooper Cronk in anything other than purple, or Canberra Raiders legend Ricky Stuart in a Bulldogs jersey.
It just looked weird!
We’re here to take you on a trip down memory lane to look at some of the games longest-serving stars don the strangest jerseys.
Let’s start with the latest big one, Cooper Cronk joining the Sydney Roosters.
Cronk made his debut for the Melbourne Storm in 2004 where he played 14 seasons in the purple jersey and forming a formidable combination with Cameron Smith and Billy Slater.
After deciding to make the move to Sydney to be closer to his wife Tara Rushton, Cronk join the Roosters on a two-year deal.
It took almost all of the 2018 season to get used to seeing the star halfback in red, white and blue, but the move paid off in the end as he helped the tricolours claim the 2018 premiership.