He’s a Liverpool Football Club legend, a scorer of over 250 career goals and a man widely recognized as one of the English’s Premier League’s greatest ever strikers.
It’s fair to say Robbie Fowler achieved an awful lot during a 19-year career. Seventh on the Premier League’s all-time leading goalscorers list (163 goals) and a treble winner (UEFA Cup, FA Cup and League Cup) with Liverpool back in 2001.
Now manager of Indian Super League side East Bengal, Fowler is branching out, so much so that he’s joined forces with Dubai Eye 103.8’s very own Chris McHardy to launch the eponymous Robbie Fowler Podcast, brought to you by McDonald’s UAE.
Catch the guys every Monday as Robbie provides insight into what life is really like as a professional footballer – from the dressing room to the pitch to life after the full-time whistle. A host of famous faces from Robbie’s considerable contact book will also be dropping in each week to lend a helping hand. Expect confessions, anecdotes, and a few laughs along the way.
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You can also listen to each episode every Monday night on Dubai Eye 103.8 from 7pm.
In the first episode of the brand new Robbie Fowler Podcast, brought to you by McDonald’s UAE, Robbie pays tribute to his former manager, the late Gerard Houllier; recalls a particularly raucous night out in Norway and reveals the real reason behind that celebration against Everton. He also opens up on life as a ‘property magnate’.
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McDonald’s UAE is delighted to be the exclusive supporter of The Robbie Fowler Podcast. We’re extremely excited with this association and expect many amazing things to come!
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