Robbie Fowler was a hell of a player, but we haven't heard much of his exploits in the game over the last last few years.
That is largely down to the fact that they have mainly been taking place in far flung locations, spending time in both Australia and India over the last decade or so.
The former Liverpool striker finished his playing career with stints with Perth Glory and Thailand's Muangthong United, retiring in 2012. He also acted as manager during his lone season as a player in Asia.
He would not take another coaching role until 2019, going on to manage Australia's Brisbane Roar and India's East Bengal (whom he left earlier this year).
Fowler has not been shy in expressing his desire to manage in British football over the last year or so, reportedly eyeing a job that is currently available in Scotland.
Robbie Fowler linked with Hibernian job
The Daily Record are reporting that Robbie Fowler has been in contact with Hibernian over the possibility of becoming their next manager.
The Scottish Premiership side recently parted with with Jack Ross after a miserable run of results, with the club currently sitting in seventh place in the league table. However, they will face into a League Cup final against Celtic this weekend.
There is some Irish interest in their current squad, with Cavan native Jake Doyle-Hayes having joined Hibs from St Mirren last summer.
It remains to be seen if the club would be willing to take a risk on someone with a lack of coaching experience in British football, although Fowler would certainly bring plenty of name recognition were he to get the job.
He has been involved in some controversial incidents during his short managerial career, including having a falling out with TV pundit live on air.
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