Michael Owen

Former Liverpool and England striker

Ten Premier League Milestones

1. Manchester United are only six points short of earning 1500 in the Premier League. With an average of 2.15 points per game, Alex...

Manchester United 2010/2011 Season Preview

Manchester United have enjoyed a successful pre-season, putting in some good performances and scoring plenty of goals. I’m not for one moment suggesting that...

Real Madrid Rejects poised for Champions League Glory

Like so many of you out there I’ve long since lost all respect for Real Madrid and how they conduct their affairs. The malaise...

Inspired Red Devils Have Turned Troubled Season Around

Manchester United knew that retaining their Premier League crown was going to be harder than it had been the previous seasons. The loss of...

England’s World Cup Chances: The Class of 2010 v The Golden Generation

Whilst we are used to (endlessly irritated by?) the hype surrounding every build-up to an England World Cup campaign, it’s fair to say that...

England’s World Cup Chances: 23 into 11 Doesn’t Go

For the mathematicians out there you'll instantly recognise the numbers 11 and 23 as 'prime numbers', meaning of course that they are only divisible...

The Biggest Winners of 2009: Barca, Blanc, Benitez (?) and More

Once again it’s that time of year when we like to kick-back and ask “where did that one go?”, break out the Christmas spirit,...

Ferguson keeps the faith in Berba…but do we really not need a new striker?

I discuss Ferguson's tactical thinking when it comes to the upcoming transfer market. Is it worth being a miserly old man? Will he sacrifice the clubs success in doing so? Can Berbatov do the business? Or is a tasty new signing - like £45million rated Luis Suarez from Ajax - the only way forward?

As we travel to Fulham – how have United fared without Ronaldo this season?

A review of the season so far and why the top teams have apparently appeared to struggle.

If Capello wants Defoe as super-sub, why not use Owen?

Michael Owen once again demonstrated class is permanent in his clinical performance away at Wolfsburg. Three well taken goals will have no doubt helped...

Capello’s England Squad – Filling in the blanks

Fabio Capello is not one to give too much away, his demeanour surly enough for ITV's Clive Tyldsley to describe the Italian as "old...

Fantasy Football Week 8: Time for James and Owen to go

Fernando Torres & Robbie Keane could have been the deadliest double act since Starsky & Hutch, had Rafa Benitez not thought otherwise. As it...