Reknown football legend and former Liverpool captain, Robert “Robbie” Bernard Fowler, 43 has arrived in Uganda for a three-day visit.
Fowler, who is the six-highest goal scorer in the history of the English Premier League (EPL), will share his football career experience, interact with Barclays’ customers and conduct a football clinic with young underprivileged footballers under the Brian Umony Foundation among other activities.
He played at Liverpool Football club between 2003 and 2006, scoring 21 times in 80 league games.
On Sunday, he will conduct a football clinic with young underprivileged footballers from Brian Umony’s academy at KCCA Stadium – Lugogo shortly before departing the country.
Fowler is a former English international who also played at Leeds United, Manchester City, Cardiff City, Black Burn Rovers, North Queensland Fury, Perth Glory and lately Muangthong United where he retired officially in 2012.
He scored 186 goals in 460 matches.
For the England national team, he won 26 caps, scoring 7 goals playing at Euro 1996 and 2000 tournaments.
Fowler also played at the 2002 FIFA World Cup co-hosted by South Korea and Japan.