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More Owen Rumours

Despite more rumours today that Liverpool will offer Michael Owen the chance of return to Anfield after the World Cup, Glenn Roeder is convinced Owen will be Newcastle players next season.

Speculation has surrounded the future of the ex-Real Madrid striker virtually since he arrived at St James' Park last summer, with some commentators suggesting Owen was only marking time before returning to Liverpool.

Roeder: 'I don't think there is any reason whatsoever to think either Michael Owen or Emre will leave the club. There's nothing I've seen, detected or heard that suggests Michael and Emre won't be here next year.

'We certainly need to keep our best players, without doubt. Michael and Emre are up there with our very, very, very best players that we have here. If the club is to progress next season whoever is in charge, they must have Michael Owen and Emre in the squad.'


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Date:Sunday May 7 2006
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come home owen newcastle are destined to doooom
ched78
07/05/2006 14:20:00
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The Liverpool FC Trophy Cabinet League Champions European Cup FA Cup League Cup Liverpool 18 Real Madrid 9 Man-United 11 Liverpool 7 Man-United 15 AC Milan 6 Arsenal 10 Aston Villa 5 Arsenal 13 Liverpool 5 Spurs 8 Notts Forest 4 Everton 9 Ajax 4 Aston Villa 7 Leicester 3 Aston Villa 7 Bayern Munich 4 Liverpool 6 Spurs 3 Newcastle 6 Chelsea 3 Blackburn 6
ched78
07/05/2006 14:23:00
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ched78
07/05/2006 14:24:00
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owens staying they need him to. Just imagine him and ruud up front would be amazing.
jono_forest
07/05/2006 19:55:00
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Statistics, statistics. Its all about what you did this year, and what are you gonna do next year that counts at the moment. Owen will stay, and you'll get a class replacement in for Al.
FEn_100
10/05/2006 01:52:00
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