Posts Tagged ‘Michael Owen’

We’re still high on Michael Owen’s winning goal last Sunday and it’s so nice to see Michael looking so dashing and reading himself on the paper…

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Last Sunday Manchester derby was the best ever and although i am a loyal Liverpool babe, still Michael Owen has a soft spot in my heart and i will always like him, that’s why i’m so happy when Sir Alex got him and gave him the legendary No. 7 because he still believe in the Owen magic.The pix below sums up nicely what Carlos Tevez wanted all along, Michael Owen’s place…

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Newcastle United skipper and captain Michael Owen is Carling’s Cup Player of the Month for September as he was voted by 68 percent of the fans. Owen scored three goals in 4 games and he bested teammates Shay Given, Charles N’Zogbia, Sebastien Bassong and Fabricio Coloccini. It has been a tough month for Newcastle and Michael Owen who is still out because of a groin injury. Anyways i hope this award will give him a little inspiration and doesn’t he look so dashing when he received the award. Take that Fabio Capello…

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Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed with the words of FIFA President’s Blatter on the “modern slavery in the football world”, as if! With today’s luxurious lifestyle of footie players, Ronaldo’s comment of “I completely agree with the FIFA president,” spoke volumes of being an ingrate to his current ball club. I think that United would be better off without Ronaldo and with his 12 weeks missing the practice and the start of the Premier League because of his ankle surgery, Old Trafford will see how they fare without him, but being Manchester United I believe they will fare very well.

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On the other news, United is on alert and monitoring the Michael Owen situation as news of wage cut in the Newcastle front especially on the part of Owen being asked to take a wage cut from £110,000-a-week deal  to around £80,000-a-week. Iif he turns down there’s a possibilty that United will be waiting on the wing to take on Michael Owen. But let’s see what happens. But i sure hope this is true.Newcastle United's Michael Owen (left) celebrates scoring the second goal of the game.

And I say good riddance to Cristiano Ronaldo. Vain. Preening, and whatever.