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Robbie Fowler experienced numerous unforgettable moments during his two spells with Liverpool, but for the former No.9 nothing ever matched the sensation of signing for the Reds a second time.
Kopites were left devastated in 2001, when the striker nicknamed 'God' departed Merseyside - but despair turned to joy in January 2006 as Rafael Benitez brought Fowler back to Anfield.
In an exclusive Q&A with the official LFC Twitter account for South Africa, @SouthAfricaLFC, the 38-year-old cited the emotion of returning to his old club as the happiest of his whole career.
Who is the best manager you've played for?
This is a tough one - Roy Evans, probably, because I've played the most football under him.
When were you happiest?
That would probably be 2006, when I returned. You think you'll never get a chance again; I was looking to get that chance.
Who was the worst teammate to share a room with?
There's a lad called Steve Harkness, and he's called 'Horrible Harkness' for a reason. We cannot go into the reasons.
What has been your biggest disappointment?
Definitely losing the 1996 FA Cup final.
What do you consider your greatest achievement?
Again, I'm going to say I was happiest when I re-signed with Liverpool.
If you could change one thing about your career, what would it be?
Probably nothing. I've had a good career, I wouldn't swap anything for it.
What's the best fancy dress outfit you've worn?
I've got a few actually. I went to a Hawaiian-themed party and instead of the normal flowered shirts, I went as a Hawaiian pizza.
What is the best flavour of crisps?
I'm more of a chocolate lover; if I had to choose, I'll probably go with cheese.
If you could go back in time, where would you go?
2005 and the Champions League final. That was a great moment for many people and many Liverpool fans. We all look to relive that again.
If you could have been a pop star, what band would you have liked to be in?
Being a Liverpool lad, I'll have to go for The Beatles.
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