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Robbie Fowler's Biography

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Robbie Fowler was born on 9 April 1975 in Liverpool.

He played for Liverpool FC, starting as a trainee on 23 April 1992. Until then he had been an Everton supporter.

He proved to be one of Liverpool's most successful strikers, however, on 30 November 2001, he was transferred to Leeds for £11 million.

A couple of seasons later on 30 January 2003 he was transferred to Manchester City for £3 million.

A year later he returned to Liverpool on a one-year contract on a free transfer.

In recognition of the Anfield legend, the Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez made Fowler captain for his last game at home to Charlton Athletic.

He left the field to a standing ovation before the end of the game.

A fantastic goalscorer, in total Robbie Fowler scored 183 goals in his 369 appearances for Liverpool.

He subsequently had short stints at Cardiff City, Blackburn Rovers, North Queensland Fury (Australia), Perth Glory (Australia) and Muangthong United (Thailand).

He won 26 England caps, scoring 7 goals for his country.

Video of Robbie Fowler's England Goals

As well as making money from football, Fowler has become wealthy through his property portfolio.

His properties, many of them around Liverpool, have ensured Robbie Fowler a regular place on the Sunday Times Rich List.

Robbie's wife Kellie Fowler is closely involved in the management of the properties.

Since giving up playing professional football, Robbie Fowler had a few short-lived coaching positions and has been a television pundit.

In November 2016 Channel Four announced that Robbie Fowler would be one of the contestants on the next series of The Jump.

He was the third celebrity to be eliminated from The Jump.

His cousin is the boxer Antony Fowler.

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