Hire Robbie Fowler
A Liverpudlian by birth, Robbie Fowler is best remembered for his time spent at Liverpool Football Club. His immense talent is undeniable and he is one of the highest goal scorers in the history of the Premier League. He scored one hundred and eighty three goals for Liverpool where he spent eight years playing on the senior team. He also played for a number of other clubs including Leeds United and Manchester City. He also played for England earning twenty six caps in the process.
Known as ‘God’ by the Kop, Robbie Fowler was born in 1975 in the Toxteth area of the city. One of the most revered players in the club’s history, he began his career with Liverpool FC in 1991 when he signed as a youth player. A natural goal scorer, he progressed through the ranks and signed as a professional in 1992. He made his debut (a goal scoring one!) for the first team in a League Cup match against Fulham.
Robbie Fowler: Goal Scorer
He went on to delight and amaze the fans when he scored all five goals in the return leg at Anfield. This made him only the fourth player in Anfield’s history to score five goals in a senior fixture. The talented youngster was well on his way to becoming one of the biggest stars of the game
One of the highest goal scorers in the history of the Premier League Robbie Fowler is a British footballing legend and accomplished sports speaker known for his time at Liverpool F.C. A Liverpudlian by birth Fowler was frequently called upon to appear as a football speaker at sporting, club and after dinner speaker events. He remains hugely popular amongst both Liverpool and England fans.
Liverpool’s Own God
Scoring an impressive one hundred and eighty three goals for Liverpool Robbie Fowler spent eight years playing on the Reds senior team and became known as ‘God’ by the Kop. Fowler is known as one of the most revered players in the clubs history and a proud local boy and fan before his first appearance on the youth team in 1991. Although he is most well-known for his time at Liverpool Fowler also played for a number of other British clubs and is known for his work as a football speaker for both Leeds United and Manchester City.
PFA Young Player of the Year
Such was Fowlers impact on and renown at Liverpool that he was the only player to appear in all of the competitive matches of the 1994/95 season and won the PFA Young Player of the Year Award in both 1995 and 96. Despite his departure from Liverpool in 2001 Robbie Fowler continues to work as a football speaker for the club, he stories span some of the clubs most successful years and mark him as a highly sought after sports speaker.
Robbie Fowler: 6 Caps
As well as garnering a successful domestic career Robbie Fowler also worked as a football speaker and player for England earning twenty six caps in the process; whilst playing for England Fowler took part in a number of major international tournaments, including the 2002 World Cup, and scored seven goals.
Following his retirement from professional football in 2012 Robbie Fowler has gone on to work as a dedicated after dinner speaker.
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