The former Kop star admitted he is taking his UEFA coaching badges with a view to taking to the touchline on a permanent basis following his eventual retirement.
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Fowler, 36, who scored 183 goals in 369 appearances for the Merseysiders said:
'If I'm being honest I would love to (come back to Liverpool one day) but it's not really my choice!
'If I could walk there tomorrow I would but it's not the ideal world as we all know.
'Eventually that is obviously the aim to try get and get back there and be a part of that club again because I was there since I was 11 and it's a big part of my life.'
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Fowler had already had stints as a coach, first with MK Dons before more recently donning the tracksuit at Bury, where he spent a week with The Shakers at their training ground, as he looks to complete his coaching badges.
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