Robbie Fowler expresses his desire to work in India

New Delhi, Jan.7, : Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has said he would be interested in involving himself with a proposed football academy in Pune, Maharashtra.

Fowler said that he would be interested in setting up a training centre in the country with the help of his former club.

"Well look, the scope is good here in India. I mean, the passion of it is tremendous. I know it's not as big as cricket, but the growth is certainly there but I would be interested in working here. I'd definitely be interested," said Fowler.

Looking at the plans for a proposed football academy in Pune, Fowler said he hopes to see some good Indian players coming out of the academy.

Fowler was in India to promote a brand partnership between Liverpool and smartphone device manufacturer Xolo.

--ANI (Posted on 07-01-2014)

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