Fowler’s career began with Liverpool in the summer of 1991, signing professional terms on his 17th birthday, 9 April 1992. Fowler’s made a scoring first-team debut in Liverpool’s 3–1 win in a first round League Cup tie at Fulham on 22 September 1993. Fowler 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. His first 13 games for the club yielded 12 goals. Throughout the mid and late 1990s, Fowler was widely considered to be the most natural finisher playing in England. Fowler 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 3 and a half years. The 2000–01 season was Fowler’s most successful season. He appeared in three finals, scoring 17 goals and lifting three trophies in a unique cup treble. In what transpired to be his last appearance for the club, against Charlton Athletic on 13 May, Fowler was given the captain’s armband one final time. He was substituted two minutes from the final whistle and given a standing ovation. He scored 183 goals in 369 appearances during his two spells at the club.
Here is a 16×12 photo, signed by Liverpool Legend Robbie Fowler at one of our private signing sessions carried out with him by Allstarsignings.
The item comes with an Allstarsignings certificate of authenticity which will have photographic proof inserted into it and our tamper-proof hologram.