- Date of Birth: 14 December 1979
- Birthplace: Chester, Chester, England
- Position: Forward, Striker
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Michael Owen praises Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min
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Liverpool legend-turned-pundit Michael Owen has said that the Reds will be under more pressure for the Champions League final when compared to Tottenham Hotspur.
It is one of the most perplexing mysteries in the world of football. The career of Wayne Rooney is undoubtedly one of the sport’s finest, as he burst into the spotlight at the age of 16 and solidified himself into his country’s record books as one of the most talented and prolific goal scorers to pull on the white jersey of the Three Lions.
Manchester City teenage sensation Gabriel Jesus has undergone surgery in Barcelona on his broken metatarsal, which was picked up during Manchester City's 2-0 victory over Bournemouth on Monday.
You might think you know your favourite football heroes, but you might well be surprised by some of their favourite hobbies. Quite a few of the most famous footballers out there have some downright bizarre hobbies. Here are just a few of the most surprising hobbies which you might not have been aware of.
Former England international Michael Owen feels Arsenal managed themselves a great deal by bringing in Danny Welbeck to North London.
Newcastle United have completed the £12 million signing of Remy Cabella from French side Montpellier.
Former England international Michael Owen has insisted that the Argentine national side are the front-runners to win the World Cup this summer, given the excellent form of their forwards in Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero.
Burnley striker Charlie Austin has been linked with a move to both Crystal Palace and Stoke; and are last minute entrants into the race for Austin's coveted signature. The forward has also attracted the interest of Nottingham Forest.
It was a remarkably strange close season as some of the biggest names in English football called time on their careers; this wasn't just big names on the pitch but also a notable managerial retirement too...
Manchester United will allow strikers Michael Owen and Berbatov to leave the club in the summer as both the strikers failed to make an impact this season. Inside news suggest that more players will be shown the door as Sir Alex Ferguson considers revamping the squad.
Manchester United striker Michael Owen still believes that he has what it takes at Old Trafford, and can help his team to achieve success this year. The 32-year-old has endured a difficult season so far this year through injury, only playing four times.
Man Utd manager Sir Alex Ferguson will be taking the Europa League tournament seirously, and the Scotsman insisted that United are in the tournament to go all the way to the final. Ferguson's side were dumped out of the Champions League by Basel over two months ago, and United have now turned all focus to their league title chase. But United will also pursue Europa League glory.
Man Utd striker Michael Owen will be out of action for around six weeks as he needs to recover from an injury sustained in the Champions League against Romanian side Otelul.
Twitter has taken the world by storm, with an estimated 250,000,000 users all over the world and a reported 140,000,000 tweets per day; it has become the most easy to use and quick social media platform for people to communicate with their friends and families from anywhere in the world.
Aston Villa are being sensationally linked with a move for Michael Owen in January. The Man Utd striker finds himself down the pecking order at Old Trafford, behind Dimitar Berbatov and Wayne Rooney, and the emerging Chacarito Hernandez.
Michael Owen has passed on some of his vast experience to his Manchester United team-mate Javier Hernandez by warning the Mexican he can't afford to rest on his laurels after a stunning start to his United career.
Manchester United are concerned that Dimitar Berbatov after he made a knee injury worse after a knock against Blackburn recently. Berbatov could well go under the knife to clear up the problem.
From the age of 6, i was hooked, Michael Owen's wonder goal in St Etienne at World Cup 1998 threw me into the arms of Liverpool Football Club, and from the day, I've never looked back.
Burnley are reportedly ready to make an ambitious effort to lure Michael Owen to the Clarets this summer. According to reports from various websites, Owen is one of the top targets for Burnley boss Owen Coyle.
Blackburn Rovers have ruled out a move for Michael Owen, after boss Sam Allardyce confessed that he would not be interested in signing the England striker now that his contract with Newcastle has expired.