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Michael Owen: Manchester United are biggest club in the world

Oct 7 2009 by Dominic King, Liverpool Echo

 

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MICHAEL OWEN has guaranteed himself a hot reception when he returns to Anfield later this month after claiming Manchester United are “the biggest club in the world”.

 

The former Liverpool striker was never going to be welcomed back with open arms on October 25 after joining the Reds’ fiercest rivals on a free transfer during the summer.

 

However, this latest statement means that Owen’s stock has slipped even further now with supporters who once idolised him.

 

After spells with Real Madrid and Newcastle United, Owen surprised the football world when he ended up at Old Trafford in June.

 

Owen said: “It’s fantastic working with Sir Alex Ferguson.

 

“It’s everything you would expect from a top, top team. They are the biggest club in the world, and everything from the kit man to the canteen girls and through to the manager is first class.”

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