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Joined LFC: as a trainee and 2006 from Manchester City
Left LFC: 2001 to Leeds United and 2007 to Cardiff City
Games / Goals: 369 / 183
What can you say about a player called "God" by his own teammates and fans alike?
Robbie Fowler was, quite simply, the most gifted and talented forward to have ever come through the club's Academy system and set about scoring goals from almost the very moment he broke into the first team.
With a left foot which could pick out the top corner from 30 yards or stab home through a crowded penalty box, Fowler was a lethal marksman who scored against almost every Premier League club he came up against. Until he left Liverpool first time around, only Barnsley escaped unscathed.
Fowler scored a debut goal against Fulham in the League Cup and netted five goals in the second leg of the tie, aged just 18. His fifth Premier League game brought him his first league hat trick, against Southampton, while he netted 12 altogether in his first 13 senior matches.
In 1994-95 Fowler netted a hat trick against Arsenal with just four minutes and thirty-three seconds between the first and third goals, a still-standing Premier League record.
He scored four against Middlesbrough in 1996, bringing up his century of Reds goals in one less game than club legend Ian Rush, and continued scoring in prolific fashion, though under Gerard Houllier he started to see less playing time and also began to see injuries take their toll.
In 2000-01 Fowler scored and won in the League and UEFA Cup finals and in the final game of the season scored twice to help seal Champions League qualification for the following season.
However, the writing was on the wall for Fowler, and Houllier sold him to Leeds after the start of the following season.
Fast forward five years and Rafa Benitez brought Fowler back to Anfield on a free transfer; not the same player he once was but still capable of scoring goals when needed.
His final game was at Anfield against Charlton Athletic, and after he left the pitch on 88 minutes without scoring, Fowler was left helpless to look on as the Reds were awarded a penalty less than a minute later, which Harry Kewell duly dispatched in God's absence.
Robbie Fowler will forever remain a legend of the club for his goals and association with the club, which he maintains to this day.