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Robbie Fowler has been crowned Liverpool's player of the 90s after you voted our ex-striker number one in LFC TV's latest Great Debate.
The man the fans dubbed 'God' notched up a massive 77 per cent of the vote, finishing well clear of runner-up Michael Owen and third-placed Steve McManaman.
The result capped two hours of lively debate in which Kop legend Ian St John and Radio City DJ Neil Fitzmaurice discussed the merits of five of the decade's star performers.
On an evening of few surprises Fowler was not only the overall winner, he was also named best forward in one of the six other categories.
The honour of best goalkeeper went to Bruce Grobbelaar, the top defender was Rob Jones, while your choice as midfield maestro was Steve McManaman.
Sami Hyypia was easily voted the best signing with Kenny Dalglish's title success in 1990 earning him the prize for best manager.
If you missed The Great Debate then you can catch it again on LFC TV from 10.15pm on Friday.
Author: Paul Hassall Tagged:
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