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Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler steps down as manager of Brisbane Roar

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Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler has reportedly left his position as the boss of Australian club Brisbane Roar



It's been gathered that the Liverpool legend will not return to the club when the A-League season restarts next month.


The former England striker and his assistant Tony Grant went home to England in March when the season was suspended because of the Covid-19 outbreak.

On Monday, the club confirmed that Fowler's time at the club had come to an end because of the 'ongoing coronavirus situation'.


'We are disappointed that the global pandemic has impacted our plans together but completely understand that family comes first during these difficult times,' vice-chairman Chris Fong said in a statement.

'Robbie has not only provided stability but a refreshing injection of knowledge and insight into the Roar.'

If you recall that Fowler led the club to finish second bottom in the previous season, but this current campaign move to advance to fourth place before matches were suspended with six rounds of the regular season and the championship playoffs remaining.


'On behalf of myself and Tony, I would like to thank the club for the opportunity, and the Brisbane Roar fans for the warm welcome and support for me and the team. We are very proud of what we achieved,' Fowler said in the statement.

Australia has been relatively successful in containing the spread of the coronavirus but travel restrictions between states remain in place and anyone arriving from abroad is obliged to self-isolate for 14 days.

The A-League will resume behind closed doors on July 16 with the regular season to be wrapped up by the end of August.


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