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Robbie Fowler


GENERAL
Robert Bernard Fowler
England
09/04/1975
Striker

CLUBS
Liverpool FC (1993-2001)
Leeds United FC (2001-2003)
Manchester City FC (2003-06)
Liverpool FC (2006-07)
Cardiff City FC (2007-08)
Blackburn Rovers FC (2008)
North Queensland Fury (2009-10)
Perth Glory FC (2010-11)
Muangthong United (2011-12)

NATIONAL TEAM
England (1994-2001) – 26 caps / 7 goals

HONOURS TEAM
UEFA Cup: 2001
UEFA Super Cup: 2001
English FA Cup: 2001
English League Cup: 2001
FA Charity Shield: 2001
UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship: 1993

HONOURS INDIVIDUAL
PFA Young Player of the Year Award: 1995 & 1996
UEFA Fair Play Award: 1997

BIOGRAPHY
Nicknamed ‘God’ by the Anfield Kop, Robbie Fowler is one of the most natural goalscorer and revered players in Liverpool
FC history. He scored a record 183 goals for the Reds and is today regarded as a club legend. It all started in 1993 when Robbie netted on his debut in a League Cup match against Fulham, before amazing spectators and pundits alike by scoring all five in the return leg at Anfield. Breaching the 30-goal mark for the first time during the 1994-95 season, Robbie ended his campaign with the League Cup PFA Young Player of the Year award, the latter title which he went on to retain the following season.

In 1997, Fowler won the UEFA Fair Play Award for admitting he had not been fouled by Arsenal keeper David Seaman
after a penalty had been awarded during a league match at Highbury. In 2001, Fowler took part in each of the three finals on The Reds’ road to treble. It culminated in Dortmund with the UEFA Cup final against Deportivo Alavés. He came on in the 64th minute with the score levelled at 3–3. He scored seven minutes later but Alavés equalised before full-time and Liverpool eventually won with a golden goal in the 116th minute. Fowler and Hyypiä then raised Liverpool’s third trophy of the season together. Robbie was capped for England 26 times, scoring 7 goals and was included in England’s squads for UEFA EURO 96 & 2000 and the 2002 FIFA World Cup.