Sunday Express - Sun 16 Dec 2001 - Page 94
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The latest books and videos reviewed by Matthew Dunn TARGET Robbie The Leeds striker was in trouble again this week, but Graeme Souness will be first in the queue if the Yorkshire club decide to sell him STORY: JOHN RICHARDSON
S THE tales of men behaving badly once again transport our footballing stars from the back to the front pages, Blackburn boss Graeme Souness a A llows himself a wry smile. But he knows his penchant for the off-field delights would make him an easy target in today's personality-obsessed world. It's why he is able to offer Robbie Fowler some comforting words as the player's detractors swarm around the striker who last week discovered that his native Liverpool doesn't possess the exclusive rights to the quicksand into which a reputation can rapidly disappear. "I look back at my times as a player, and the players I played with ? household names at the time ? and we escaped by the skin of our teeth.
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I think Fowler is one of those guys who will always be picked on - GRAEME SOUNESS '
building it would be his face that was picked on.