Instead, Fowler, 36, will ply his trade in the unlikely surroundings of the Thai Premier League after agreeing a move to Muang Thong United following his exit from Australian A-League side Perth Glory last month.
And Fowler was given a warm welcome by his new fans on his unveiling, with one even unfurling a banner reading 'welcome God' - the nickname given to him by the adoring Anfield faithful.
Muang Thong general manager Ronnarit Suewaja said: 'He agreed to play with Muang Thong United as a forward.
Thai'd up: Former England and Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has joined Muang Thong United
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'I'm confident that Thai football will improve as a famous player like him has agreed to join us.'
Theformer Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester City and Blackburn striker recentlystated his desire to return to the Premier League as coach, and would prefer a move back to Anfield.
'If I'm being honest I would love to (come back to Liverpool one day) but it's not really my choice!
Back in action: Fowler has signed up with Muang Thong United
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'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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