MELBOURNE - Former England and
Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler will play for Perth Glory in
the next Australian season, the A-League club said on Tuesday.
The 35-year-old will be reunited in Western Australia with
Ian Ferguson, the manager he fell out with spectacularly after
being dropped from a match when both were at North Queensland
Fury last season.
Perth's move for Fowler was facilitated by a rule change
which allows A-League franchises to employ two players whose
wages break the salary cap.
Fowler scored 183 goals in two spells for Liverpool and
also played for Leeds United, Manchester City, Cardiff City and
Blackburn Rovers before moving to Australia last year. He also
won 26 England caps.
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