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After scoring six goals in his first four senior games, the seventeen-year-old Robbie Fowler was pronounced the greatest goal-scoring talent since Jimmy Greaves. It was the beginning of a turbulent, majestic and fascinating career of the striker the Kop called 'God'.The skinny, baby-faced Toxteth lad, who had tramped the same streets as the rioters, quickly became the Premiership's brightest hope. Robbie Fowler was a millionaire, an idol and an inspiration to every kid who kicked a football. Yet his incredible potential was never quite realised. Injury and controversy - not least his snorting of the touchline after scoring at Everton - meant he never became the world-beater so many predicted. With unbelievable frankness, Robbie talks openly about his relationship with managers and coaches, his friendships and rivalries, and how he has coped with the elation, frustration and pressures of life at the top flight of football. In this utterly candid autobiography, Robbie Fowler looks back on what was, what wasn't and what might have been - as well as looking to the future. 'Fowler' is the story of one of the game's true icons, and the story of the modern game itself.
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Bookworm is sure that Gerard Houllier and Kevin Keegan, not to mention Graeme Le Saux, await publication with keen interest -- Time Out
Next up will be the memoirs of Robbie Fowler which should make a wild read when they are published -- The Times
The controversial and explosive autobiography of one of the greatest strikers of modern times
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