Next to undertake the Quickfire XI is a Matilda with 25 caps and over 12 football titles.
Check out all that and more in our quickfire chat with Aivi Luik below.
MAT: What would you consider your best personal trait?
Luik: "To be adaptable to change.”
MAT: What would you consider your worst personal trait?
Luik: "Oh, easy, memory. Forgetful, very forgetful.”
MAT: What is your perfect idea of happiness?
Luik: "My perfect idea of happiness would be a world that lives in peace. Where food and water is plentiful. There's no disease, just good vibes, and lots of love.”
MAT: What’s your biggest fear?
Luik: "My greatest fear is that Arnott’s stop making Tim Tams.”
MAT: What’s your most treasured possession?
Luik: "My most treasured possession is freedom.”
MAT: Which words or phrases do you most overuse?
Luik: "I think I overuse the word ‘sweet’. And ‘ciao’. I'm not too bad with ‘like’, but when it happens, I notice it and I really don't like it.”
MAT: If you could go back to relive one football moment, what would it be and why?
Luik: "Playing the World Cup. Of course. Playing in the World Cup.”
MAT: What moment would you like to wipe out of your your memory forever?
Luik: "Nothing to per se. I think, yeah there are bad things that have happened. That maybe I want to forget at the time but I think you learn and grow from them. So, nothing.”
MAT: Which footballer – past or present – do you most identify with?
Luik: "I don’t know if I mostly identify with this player, but I really love in [Andrés] Iniesta and I love the way he plays. Whenever he used to play, I used to be glued to the screen not really watching the ball but watching him. I would I mix him and Marcello because Marcello likes to goof around and have fun at training and I like to do that too.”
MAT: What profession other than football would you like to try?
Luik: "Any kind of Red Bull athlete. Maybe like downhill mountain biking, or snowboarding. Not surfing because I want to keep that as like something that I love and you know if you get competitive in it and whatnot, you can lose the love for it and I don't think I'd ever lose the love for surfing. Yeah, let's go snowboarding or downhill mountain biking.”
MAT: At the end of your football career, what would you like people to say about you?
Luik: "I just want them to remember me, you know, as a good player and a good person."