Former Liverpool FC striker Robbie Fowler has penned a deal to write what’s described as his “definitive” autobiography.
The book, titled A Footballer’s Life, which will be published on 14th November.
According to its publisher the book is: “Personal, frank and revealing, he will open up about regrets, achievements, fame and struggles in the simpler times of the game.
“Inviting readers inside the dressing room, sharing stories of legendary team-mates like Rush, Owen and Gerrard, his love of the Kop, his greatest achievements and his biggest regrets as well as the money, celebrity, and the hoopla that surrounds the modern game, the book will cover Hillsborough to Istanbul, via the cup treble, that celebration, all those goals, plus Houllier, Benitez and Klopp.”
Fowler said: “This is my story from growing up as a lad, trying to make it as player for Liverpool to cheering in the stands as a fan, as Liverpool won the Champion’s League earlier this year. It’s been an incredible pleasure to take this trip down memory lane. I hope everyone enjoys reading the stories as much as I’ve enjoyed remembering them.”