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Owen and Butty back

Having been ruled out of Citeh, Sunderland and West Brom, Michael Owen looks set to return for the Villa match on Monday as he emerged from training fit enough. With Kinnear suggesting a place on the bench for our top scorer he could be set to be joined by Danny Guthrie as Butt and Barton reunite in midfield.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 31 2008

Time: 9:47PM

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OK...with Owen back you should score at least one against Villa.....but they will score more....
lincolnblue
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01/11/2008 08:53:00

Good to see owen back. he had been missed, should make a difference.. good luck.
ArabianKnight
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01/11/2008 18:50:00

Good luck 2moro, i think we will be to strong for you but it will be a tough match. Also i think you will be fine i cant see you getting relegated at all, as the season trots along i think you start to get it together and u'll be fine. I think 3-1 Villa, but good luck for the season though and i hope you are safe come may. P.S could we have owen in jan lol. UTV.
Jonesy08
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02/11/2008 21:44:00

"Paper legs" Owen might struggle to get back in the starting XI after Obafemi's great goals last night. It's also good to see Dufflecoat playing well agaiin. Barton lucky to escape without serious action after appearing to raise his hand into Agbonlahor's face. He will let Newcastle down badly sometime soon.
Sindbad
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