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Owen expecting to fire

No surprises to hear Umbro`s top England representative speaking ahead of the Brazil game this evening. Back in the full side for the first time since he smashed his knee to pieces against Sweden, England`s Michael Owen is set to start against Dunga`s mob at Wembley after his turnout for the B team against Albania last week. He told the world`s press:

"Knowing people expect me to score makes me feel a couple of inches taller. I love high stakes games, the more pressure the better. I don't think I can score against Brazil and Estonia, I know I can. The hardest thing to do in football is score. I don't find that responsibility hard to handle. I have grown up with it and I would actually have it no other way.'

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 1 2007

Time: 9:13AM

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Good luck Owen great player, hope he comes back even better!
tedpowelluk
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01/06/2007 12:07:00

I'm sure he will. Whether it's with us or not is a different question.
SirLes
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01/06/2007 12:21:00

He'll have an average two games and end up stopping I think.
Roy4Triggs
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01/06/2007 13:58:00

This whole Owen thing is boring now.
BaldEagle
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01/06/2007 14:42:00

 

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