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      little-Luis:)
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #450: Apr 15, 2011 01:43:45 pm
      I actually don't think Bellamy is knob. He is probably one of the most passionate players you will find around. Have always liked him for that and for his continuous charitable work, for which he doesn't receive half enough recognition.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #451: Apr 15, 2011 01:50:20 pm
      I actually don't think Bellamy is knob. He is probably one of the most passionate players you will find around. Have always liked him for that and for his continuous charitable work, for which he doesn't receive half enough recognition.
      No luis i dont mean of the pitch just when he,s on it moaning groaning taking on the world ,arguing with a telephone box ,but thats just him.would love him back tbh .
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #452: Apr 15, 2011 01:53:44 pm
      Ouch would not be a lover of him coming back,Its bad enough he signed for the Scum,but he is plagued with injuries.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #453: Apr 15, 2011 02:06:51 pm
      Owen doesn't deserve to wear the Liverpool red again. He made his bed. He can lay in it.

      I know it's twitter, but a guy who usually gets things right has tweeted that we refused to respond to Owen's agent.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #454: Apr 15, 2011 02:12:13 pm
      Thank f**k for that would not like to see him in a Liverpool shirt.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #455: Apr 15, 2011 02:16:23 pm
      Bellamy is actually a great idea, he's out of contract this summer. One the most sincere and nice guys in football.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #456: Apr 15, 2011 02:17:10 pm
      No, Ngog, No Owen, No Bellamy.

      Let's let NESV show their cards and make 'quality' signings. None of the above are the quality needed to add to Carroll & Suarez, on a scale out of 10 (for differing reasons) none of them would score more than a 6.

      We need to sign players with the qualities equal to or potentially equal to an 8 minimum. Summer will show our intent and Comolli credentials.

      If Ngog doesn't go and owen comes back I for one won't be happy.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #457: Apr 15, 2011 02:19:46 pm
      Doesnt really deserve to be discussed on today of all days.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #458: Apr 15, 2011 02:23:08 pm
      He can f**k himself. He's not one bit better than any striker we have. He's sh*te and he's not even good enough for the Mancs bench. F**k him.

      Give me Neil Mellor before this clown.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #459: Apr 15, 2011 02:42:31 pm
      Doesnt really deserve to be discussed on today of all days.

      We can't be there.

      They're in our thoughts and they died following this club mate, in my opinion not discussing LFC would be worse.

      We've got each other, lest we forget.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #460: Apr 15, 2011 02:44:30 pm
      Good thing about Bellamy......   He FUCKING HATES John Terry :O)
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #461: Apr 15, 2011 02:57:16 pm
      Doesnt really deserve to be discussed on today of all days.

      Mate, you could rightly say that about all of the rest of the non-Hillsborough board today. This is no different to any other topic IMO.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #462: Apr 15, 2011 03:10:46 pm
      No, Ngog, No Owen, No Bellamy.

      Let's let NESV show their cards and make 'quality' signings. None of the above are the quality needed to add to Carroll & Suarez, on a scale out of 10 (for differing reasons) none of them would score more than a 6.
      Is right, mate. We need more strength than that.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #463: Apr 15, 2011 05:38:40 pm
      Highly doubt Kenny would suffer from player power, he would be damn honest with those lads if they stepped out of line i reckon.

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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #464: Apr 15, 2011 08:01:50 pm
      michael owen
      "My thoughts are with the families of the 96 who lost their lives at Hillsborough and to everybody affected by the tragedy."

      Nice one Michael.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #465: Apr 15, 2011 08:09:07 pm
      Give me Neil Mellor before this clown.

      Mellor has been doing good at Sheff Wed, at least he's been scoring unlike Owen.

      The fucktarded little gnome.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #466: Apr 15, 2011 08:12:33 pm
      Nice one to hear he paid his own tribute on his twitter account.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #467: Apr 15, 2011 08:43:06 pm
      Nice one to hear he paid his own tribute on his twitter account.

      My thoughts are with the families of the 96 who lost their lives at Hillsborough and to everybody affected by the tragedy.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #468: Apr 16, 2011 06:05:02 pm
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #469: Apr 16, 2011 06:20:43 pm
      He's the last thing we need right now 32 years old and injury prone, to say nothing of the disproportionate wage bill. A liability in every sense of the word.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #470: Sep 06, 2011 03:11:59 pm
      No matter what happen (and there were PLENTY things that did happen, in Owen's case), no matter what he said or did, no matter if his ex-mate Stevie G. said to him (rightfully), the man (Mike) is simply one huge page of our club's history...
      We just can't wipe-out what he gave to us, can we?

      I'm saying these to all the "Reds", that very easily excusing and cursing M.Owen. He was/is one of the greatest players in our history - and that's a fact. Let's imagine if, Stevie G. WOULD left us (that moment, we all know) to sign in Chelsea... Would we forget and excuse him "just like that"? I think not.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #471: Sep 06, 2011 04:22:01 pm
      I'm afraid when he signed that dotted line beside the devil that is ferguson, he lost all legendary status at this club no matter what he achieved here!
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #472: Sep 06, 2011 04:29:36 pm
      Is right!!

      The reason I became a Liverpool fan was because of him but I've no affection for him anymore.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #473: Sep 06, 2011 04:33:38 pm
      No matter what happen (and there were PLENTY things that did happen, in Owen's case), no matter what he said or did, no matter if his ex-mate Stevie G. said to him (rightfully), the man (Mike) is simply one huge page of our club's history...

      Wouldn't say he was a HUGE part of our history, he probably has a paragraph at a push, not a page.

      Either way, whatever acclaim he did hold here was pissed away when he signed for them tw*ts & then proceeded to rub salt in the wounds with his bitter comments. Surely the lads got splinters in his arse from all the bench warming hes done since he left us.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #474: Sep 06, 2011 04:40:07 pm
      I loved Owen, had his name on my shirts, thought I was him when playing football. My walls were plastered with him. When he left us I still followed him and was happy when he scored, not so much because he'd hurt me and left our club but he was still one of my favourite players (I was young) As soon as I heard he had signed for united, that was it, any affection I still had for him was gone.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #475: Sep 06, 2011 04:52:37 pm
      I think, you're too hard on Michael. And probably rightfully.
      But, you DON'T know (most of you), what really happen and LEFT in the first place (to Real Madrid). In Carra's book, there is a part about that insident and you can quite easily found, that Michael had STRONG problem with Rafa Benitez from the very first training in Mellwood!!! Also, as the rumors saying, in his way to Manchester, Michael called Rafa and asked him if he likes to turn right and head to Liverpool - and Rafa said nothing...
      Also, you're supporters, "fans" (from "fanatic"!) and you're see the things from the "fans' point of view" - you're forgeting that these are PROFESSIONAL players, they're doing that for their salary, as job. Any professional, except if he found and started a work by himself (like a store-keeper), he's not "that much attached" to a job and if he thinks it's best for his future, he's changing firms/companies etc.

      Also..., no matter what you think, M.Owen didn't "just a paragraph at a push" or a "page" - but a large chapter.

      The reason that is SO PAINFULL (we had many great players that left us before, like Rushie or Keegan), is that Michael signed to our WORST RIVALS, the team we hate so much, the ManU sc*ms. That's all about.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #476: Sep 06, 2011 04:55:49 pm
      I'm saying these to all the "Reds", that very easily excusing and cursing M.Owen. He was/is one of the greatest players in our history - and that's a fact.

      You're wrong, simply put some of the greatest footballers in our history are Dalglish, Gerrard, Barnes and others from years gone by.

      Owen isn't even the club's greatest striker, that accolade still belongs to the greatest of them all Ian Rush, followed by those like Fowler, Dalglish, Keegan, St John and Hunt.

      Owen is in the same boat as the other rat FT, both can go and f**k themselves.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United)
      Reply #477: Sep 06, 2011 08:22:51 pm
      You're wrong, simply put some of the greatest footballers in our history are Dalglish, Gerrard, Barnes and others from years gone by.

      Owen isn't even the club's greatest striker, that accolade still belongs to the greatest of them all Ian Rush, followed by those like Fowler, Dalglish, Keegan, St John and Hunt.

      Owen is in the same boat as the other rat FT, both can go and f**k themselves.
      Very well said HR and so true.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United > Stoke City)
      Reply #478: Mar 03, 2013 07:55:55 pm
      Now on Family Fortunes!

      How the mighty have fallen.

      Cringe worthy.
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      Re: Michael Owen (Manchester United > Stoke City)
      Reply #479: Mar 03, 2013 08:26:23 pm
      It's for charity. At least he can still do some good.

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