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English professional footballer, plays as a striker for Manchester United.

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Michael James Owen is an English professional footballer. He plays as a striker for the Manchester United football club in the Premier League. Michael Owen is the son of former footballer Terry Owen.

Michael Owen Info

Full NameMichael James Owen
Date of BirthDecember 14, 1979
Place of BirthChester, England
Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Playing positionStriker
Current ClubManchester United
Number7
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 Just to answer some of your tweets. Prefer playing less often in a top team than every game in a poor team. Been there a didn't enjoy it, 
— Michael Owen responding to fans tweets about his decision to stay with Manchester United / June 02, 2011
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 Bolton’s always a tough place to come, we created enough chances and we dominated for most of the game, I’m just disappointed to only come away with a point. It's nice to score goals but it's a bitter disappointment not to get the three points. They are all a bit frustrated in the dressing room but Bolton's a difficult place to go. We've got to focus on our next game but when you don’t capitalise fully it’s a disappointment. But I’m sure we'll bounce back. 
— Michael Owen on scoring his 200th goal in Premier League in their 2-2 draw against Bolton Wanderers / September 26, 2010
Related Quotes: 2010-11 Premier League
 It’s nice to have played a couple of games. I felt really good in Ireland [for the friendly against an Airtricity League XI] and not so sharp at Wembley [the Community Shield against Chelsea). It’s like that when you’re coming back, in some training sessions you feel absolutely great and then in others you feel heavy legged. I was at Carrington for most of the summer, recovering from the injury. I feel fine, fit and ready to go. 
— Michael Owen insisting that he is fit and is ready to go / August 24, 2010
 It's good for the club. Gone are the days when you are selfish about your football. The club employ you to benefit them and do what is best for them so whenever you’re called upon you are ready. 
— Michael Owen saying the competition for places in the forward positions is good for Manchester United / August 24, 2010
 The fans are really excited about the new signings, particularly Javier. He looks really sharp in training and in games. It is difficult to come from another country with different food and different weather, particularly at the turn of the year in England when it’s freezing cold every day. It will be interesting to see how Javier settles in, but so far so good. 
— Michael Owen saying the new signings will have to get used to the climate in England / August 24, 2010

 The hardest thing from my view is not playing certain games and then all of a sudden being called up and you are meant to be ready. You can do lots of work in the gym, but until you play you don't benefit from those movement patterns. I felt good in pre-season in Ireland, but not so sharp at Wembley. 
— Michael Owen admitting that it is hard to maintain fitness if he is not part of the first squad / August 22, 2010
 I'm 30 now and understand I won't play every game. I've had a lot of injuries and don't have the pace I once had. But life evolves. I've changed my style, I'm a different type of player now and, because of that, I reckon I've still got four or five years at the top. And I much prefer that to be at United, where I train every day with some of the world's top players. Where I work every day with arguably the best manager who's ever lived. Where I play in front of such great fans and in an amazing stadium such as Old Trafford. And I'm really happy I now live back at home after having been away for five years. 
— Michael Owen saying he can be an important player for Manchester United / August 16, 2010

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