Ace goal poacher and showman Robbie Fowler is one of the stars of the modern game. His instinctive finishing allied to his cheeky character have made him the footballer to watch in the 90’s. Already a firm favourite at Liverpool, he could also become an England regular in 1998.
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A born and bred Liverpool man, Robbie Fowler has worked his way up through the ranks to become one of the team's greatest players.
Dedicated to his fans, determined and scouse-full of character, Fowler's breathtaking abilities have made him one of the most popular figures in the game.
Robbie Fowler's prolific career began early in the bootroom of Liverpool's football club. On his 17th birthday, he turned professional, the next step in a career that would see him in the record books. During the 1993 Coca-Cola Cup he forced his way into the limelight by scoring all five goals in the second leg. He finished his first season as Liverpool's leading scorer.
Fowler's indefatigable style, and penchant for goal-scoring, finally beat a path to the England squad. From his position as sub during Euro 96, he has gone from strength to strength. Despite his youth, he has already made his mark as one of the most talented strikers in the history of the game, and the football world just cannot get enough of him.
Robert Jeffery worked on local newspapers before helping to launch 'Sky Sports Magazine'. He is currently a reporter on 'FourFourTwo', Britain's best-selling football magazine. He supports Wimbledon and Slough Town.About the Author:
Philip Dodd is a writer and publishing consultant specialising in popular culture, including sport and music. In 1996 he was the publisher of The Virgin Book of Football Records.
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