How many goals did Michael Owen scored for Man Utd?

Owen spent three years at Old Trafford and scored 17 goals in 52 games.

How many goals did Michael Owen score in his career?

He went on to score 118 goals in 216 appearances in the Premier League for Liverpool, and 158 goals in 297 total appearances. Regarded as one of the greatest Liverpool players, Owen came 14th in the “100 Players Who Shook The Kop”, an official Liverpool fan poll.

How many goals did Michael Owen scored for Newcastle?

30 June 2009 Michael Owen’s contract comes to an end. He has started only 58 Premier League matches and scored 26 goals.

How rich is Michael Owen?

Michael Owen Facts

Birth Place Chester, England
Net Worth $68million
Age 41
Date of Birth 14 December 1979
Nationality English

What age did Owen retire?

Former England striker spoke about ’emptiness’ of retirement after turning 40.

How Much Is ex footballer Michael Owen worth?

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What does MICHAEL OWEN do for a living now?

MICHAEL OWEN is an England legend and one-time child footballing prodigy. Now he is a BT Sport pundit and a racing horse owner after hanging up his football boots.

When did Michael Owen score his first goal for Manchester United?

On 27 October, Owen notched a goal in the 2–0 away win against Barnsley to qualify United past the fourth round of the League Cup. On 3 November, Owen scored his first Champions League goal for Manchester United, as he grabbed United’s first in the 3–3 draw against CSKA Moscow.

What did Michael Owen do for Liverpool football team?

Owen helped Liverpool to a Treble in 2000–01. The team won the League Cup, FA Cup and UEFA Cup to end a six-year trophy drought. Owen was the recipient of the European Player of the Year award in recognition of his performances that season.

Who was number 11 when Michael Owen joined Real Madrid?

Following their successful bid, Owen was presented with the number 11 shirt by Real Madrid. Owen joined the club during its Galácticos era, and played alongside Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos, Raúl, Luís Figo, Zinedine Zidane and his England teammate David Beckham.