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England`s Michael Owen

Since being on the Newcastle payroll Michael will have managed the following appearances after the Germany game tonight:

Games for England -

2005 - Northern Ireland, Austria, Poland, Argentina
2006 - Hungary, Jamaica, Paraguay, Trinidad & Tobago, Sweden
2007 - Brazil, Estonia, Germany

12 games and 5 goals (Poland, Jamaica, Estonia and Argentina x 2)

Games for Newcastle -

14 games and 7 goals.

Simply staggering for £10m+ in wages…




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 22 2007

Time: 10:00AM

Your Comments

Good stats - not if you're a Newcastle fan though. That's friggin embarrassing.
SirLes
uve got to be pleased tho that a all-newcastle front line willl line up for england 2night, with owen and smudger
united4life
thats got to be a first in a long time
united4life
It's gonna be Owen and Crouchie.
Aamir
To be honest I'd prefer it if neither of them were playing and we had no players in the squad. Prevents unnecessary injuries ahead of the Nappy Rippers match on Sunday.
SirLes
Just seen the headline on BBC Sport. Owen and Smith expected to start. But stupid really. Crouch has a far better goals to minutes ratio than Smith.
Aamir
Great news for newcastle. Good run out for michael and an eye opener for BSA if smudge does well up front.
Toon4LiFe
Allardyce watching on tv according to the Ronnie. Trying to tie up the Faye deal back in Newcastle.
SirLes
Not sure what smith has done to deserve to start ahead of Crouch!
Topspur1
It's probably only the fact Crouch is suspended for the Israel game.
SirLes
 

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