!!> Reading ➻ Fowler ➳ Author Robbie Fowler – Diclofenac16.us

Fowler Pronounced As The Greatest Goalscoring Talent Since Jimmy Greaves, 17 Year Old Robbie Fowler Was Immediately Catapulted To Fame And Fortune The Thin, Baby Faced Toxteth Lad Was Now A Millionaire, An Idol, And Inspiration To Every Kid Who Kicked A Soccer Ball Yet His Incredible Potential Was Never Quite Realized Injuries And Persistent Rumors Of Drug Abuse And Depression Meant That He Never Became The World Beater So Many Predicted This Is A Fascinating And Unbelievably Frank Insight Into The Game, And A Candid Account Of An Incredible Career, Taking Us Behind The Closed Doors Of Professional Soccer To Expose What Really Happens At Both Club And International Level.

!!> Reading ➻ Fowler  ➳ Author Robbie Fowler – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Fowler
  • Robbie Fowler
  • English
  • 10 January 2017
  • 0330437631

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➻ Fowler ➳ Author Robbie Fowler – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    I chose to read this book, at the same time with Bill Shankly s biogarphy, because each of these men, were influential figures in Liverpool, plus they both are heroes, each in his own time This book reflects the life of a normal English boy, who went from playing football on the streets, to become the first teenage millilonare in football , how it affected him on and off the pitch, positively and negatively, and how he handled the fame and fortune, and the flaws that accompany it, from drug ab I chose to read this book, at the same time with Bill Shankly s biogarphy, because each of these men, were influential figures in Liverpool, plus they both are heroes, each in his own time This book reflects the life of a normal English boy, who went from playing football on the streets, to become the first teenage millilonare in football , how it affected him on and off the pitch, positively and negatively, and how he handl...


  2. says:

    Whilst I ve always liked Fowler and found much of the content interesting and honest, I was bored with the repetition in this book.Fowler often starts a chapter repeating almost word for word the last comments of the previous chapter almost as though the reader will have forgotten it when turning the page He also goes on too long with his criticism of certain characters Whilst I have no doubt his portrayal of Houllier is accurate, did he really need to devote an entire chapter to him would h Whilst I ve always liked Fowler and found much of the content interesting and hones...


  3. says:

    Captures a period of upheaval in pro football as the new era of the premier league rocketed the economics into the stratosphere, changing the game in many ways Robbie, a huge hero to me, was the kid from Toxteth who rode this wave of insanity He comes across as bitter and unprofessional at times, but as he points out it was a unique experience that would have freaked out anyone and it seems wrong to judge him too harshly You re still God to me Robbie and was brilliant to see you play in welli Captures a period of upheaval in pro football as the new era of the pr...


  4. says:

    So my overall feeling on finishing this book is probably something the same as Robbiesbitterness towards Houllier Phil Thompson Liverpool legend that he is for forcing him out of Anfield the first time round You really can t help thinking what might ve been


  5. says:

    Very interesting look into fowlers life and career The what ifs as usual for what could ve been England s most prolific goalscorer I felt the writing style was a tad too casual and a few too many swear words were used As a Fowler fan though, I found this a great read Great man.


  6. says:

    Ok but comes across as having a major chip on his shoulder over Owen and Rooney and how they have taken his young prodigy mantle


  7. says:

    Fowler is my favorite player, but he is very bitter toward Gerd and Thomo in this book.


  8. says:

    We all live in a Robbie Fowler house, a Robbie Fowler house, a Robbie Fowler house


  9. says:

    I need personal enlightenment on the nose strips, Robbie, so here goes nothing.


  10. says:

    In a word CRAP

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