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Sir Alex Ferguson Claims Liverpool Halted Michael Owen’s Potential: The Nightly EPL

michael owen Sir Alex Ferguson Claims Liverpool Halted Michael Owens Potential: The Nightly EPL

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7 Responses to Sir Alex Ferguson Claims Liverpool Halted Michael Owen’s Potential: The Nightly EPL

  1. DaveWestAus says:

    Message to Fungusface wine nose Fergie!
    You really do not have to keep proving to all and sundry the
    ‘hatred’ you have for Liverpool FC. Everyone in the world already know that!

  2. ken says:

    going to man u and sitting on a bench finished owen not what liverpool done he made a big mistake going there he was still a top player

  3. Why? says:

    Nothing new here then, the usual classy comments from Fergie.

    Mark Hughes like talking about doing the decent thing a lot doesn’t he? The decent thing is to resign instead of raping a club for millions he already brought to their knees. Practice what u preach Mark! Legend in his own bedroom.

  4. James says:

    Fergie played Wayne Rooney more in his first 3 seasons than Owen did for Liverpool. Why sign a player with halted potential? Fergie is just being Fergie, a real twat.

  5. Rob says:

    Is this why he rested Owen every week while at Man UTD?

  6. Anita says:

    I thought Owen was actually pretty good while at Liverpool.

  7. Marc says:

    I think Owen’s move to Real Madrid was a mistake for him.

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