Robbie Fowler’s time as Brisbane Roar coach is over, with the Liverpool legend and the A-League membership severing ties.
Fowler’s future has been unsure since he returned residence to England after the competitors was halted in March because of the COVID-19 disaster.
When the Roar returned to coaching final week, Fowler and assistant Tony Grant had been nonetheless within the United Kingdom with no plans on after they had been to return to Australia.
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In an interview with English tv present Soccer AM just lately, Fowler stated he felt he was “not a priority” for the membership and no flight preparations had been made for both he or Grant.
The ex-England striker took over on the Roar as John Aloisi’s successor. Taking over in the course of final yr, Fowler overhauled the Roar’s squad and after a sluggish begin lifted them to fourth on the ladder earlier than the league’s suspension.
In 22 matches in cost, Fowler led the Roar to 10 wins, 5 attracts and 7 losses in what was his first full-time appointment as head coach because the finish of his illustrious taking part in profession.
Fowler has been linked to the emptiness at English second-tier membership Birmingham City in current weeks.
Right-hand man Grant, who performed professionally for a number of English golf equipment together with Everton and Burnley, additionally gained’t be returning to the membership. Former Wales under-21 participant Darren Davies, who coached the membership between Aloisi and Fowler’s reigns, will step in to teach the workforce for the rest of the season alongside ex-Roar midfielder Warren Moon.
The Roar have 4 common season fixtures remaining within the 2019-20 marketing campaign, which is because of resume on July 16.