Robbie Fowler Autographed Liverpool Shirt
Robbie Fowler Autographed Liverpool Shirt. It was signed at a private signing session. 100% authentic and signed in person. A great piece of Robbie Fowler Signed memorabilia, signed on the front of a classic 1970's Liverpool shirt.
Robbie Fowler Bibliography;
Robert Bernard Fowler was born 9 April 1975 and is an English former professional footballer, who played as a striker, and is the current manager of Australian club Brisbane Roar. In a playing career which spanned between 1993 and 2012, he was known for being a natural scorer with an instinctive goal-poaching ability. He is best remembered for his career at Liverpool and is the seventh-highest goalscorer in the history of the Premier League.
He scored 183 goals in total for Liverpool, 120 of which were scored in the top tier. He earned the nickname "God" from the Anfield crowd, becoming a club legend due to his ruthlessness in front of goal. He subsequently played for Leeds United and Manchester City, before returning to Liverpool in January 2006. He relocated to Cardiff City eighteen months later. He played there for a year before transferring to Blackburn Rovers on a short-term deal. In December 2008, he departed Blackburn and forged a career in Australia with North Queensland Fury and Perth Glory. In 2011, he joined Thai side Muangthong United as a player, but later was appointed player-manager which he remained until his retirement in 2012. Despite playing for Liverpool growing up he was a Everton fan.
His career began with Liverpool. He signed as a youth team player on leaving school in the summer of 1991, signing professional terms on his 17th birthday, 9 April 1992.His first involvement with the Liverpool first team came on 13 January 1993, when he was an unused substitute in an FA Cup third round tie against Bolton Wanderers.
In the following close season, he helped the England under-18 team win the 1993 European Championship, before making a scoring first-team debut in Liverpool's 3–1 win in a first round League Cup tie at Fulham on 22 September 1993.He scored all five goals in the second leg at Anfield two weeks later, making him the fourth player in Liverpool's history to score five in a senior fixture. He scored his first league hat-trick against Southampton in only his fifth league game. His very first league goal for the Reds had come on 16 October 1993. In his first 13 games for the club, he scored 12 goals, and he was rewarded with an England Under-21 debut against San Marino in November 1993, in which he scored England's opening goal in the third minute. He was unable to sustain his goal-a-game ratio throughout the season, but finished his first season as the club's leading scorer with 18 goals in all competitions, although Ian Rush had scored more goals in the league. It was, however, a disappointing season for Liverpool, as they finished eighth in the Premier League without making any impact in any of the major competitions, though the departure of Graeme Souness as manager and the appointment of Roy Evans as successor built up hope for a brighter future at Anfield after the disappointment of the first two FA Premier League seasons.
In the 1994–95 season, he was an ever-present for Liverpool, playing in all of their 57 competitive matches, including the victory in the 1995 League Cup final, and a match against Arsenal in which he scored what was then the Premier League's second fastest hat-trick ever, in four minutes and 33 seconds.That record stood for twenty years until broken by Sadio Mané on 16 May 2015. He also scored braces against Aston Villa, Ipswich Town, Chelsea and Norwich City in the league that season.
He was voted the PFA Young Player of the Year in two consecutive years in 1995 and 1996.He sealed this reputation as he scored more than 30 goals for three consecutive seasons, up to 1997. He remains the only player to have scored 30 plus goals in his first three full seasons in England scoring 98 goals with a total of 116 in just over three years.
His partnership with Steve McManaman was largely described as the reason why Liverpool had become the club known for being the most potent attacking force in England at the time, and he was renowned for scoring goals of all varieties, from every angle and distance, with McManaman describing him as the "greatest goalscorer of all time.
Stan Collymore, Fowler's regular strike partner for two seasons from 1995, said in his autobiography that Fowler was the best player he has ever played alongside. He and Collymore were among the most prolific goal-scoring strike partnerships in England during the 1995–96 season, with Collymore replacing the veteran Ian Rush as Fowler's regular partner in attack after his arrival in June 1995.
He was capped for England 26 times, scoring 7 goals. Fowler was included in England's squads for Euro 1996, Euro 2000 and the 2002 World Cup.
This is a must for any collector of signed Liverpool memorabilia. A very rare piece that will increase in in value.
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Dimensions;80 cm H x 60 cm W x 5cm D