Thanks for THAT derby goal! Twitter reacts to Owen’s Man Utd exit
Michael Owen leaves Manchester United after three seasons, with many Red Devils supporters thanking the striker on Twitter
Manchester United have thanked Michael Owen for his service after 19-time English champions confirmed the release of the striker on Monday morning.
The 32-year-old scored 17 goals in 52 appearances since joining in 2009, and many Red Devils supporters have thanked the striker for his contribution on Twitter.
Red Devils supporter Josh Proudman (@jdp9196) thanks Michael Owen for that goal against Manchester City at Old Trafford in the derby in 2009: “Michael Owen officially released by #mufc. Thank you for ‘that’ goal. Good luck son.”
And Day Dreamer (@romildoshi) will also remember Owen for that moment: “It’s official … Michael Owen set to leave Old Trafford … Will always remember you for that wonder goal against the noisy neighbours :-)”
United fan Efo Berbatov (@EfoSanyang) wishes Owen all the best: “Michael Owen ‘officially’ out of United. Good luck man.”
Nick the Red (@UnitedFever) says Owen will always be loved by United supporters: “Michael Owen released by United. Liverpool legend hated by Scousers and Newcastle fans but still loved by us :)”
But Pleasure M (@Justmpm) still can’t understand why Sir Alex Ferguson signed Owen: “I still don’t know why Man Utd signed Michael Owen. Waste of money.”
And Graham Mole (@GrahamMole1) is disappointed it never really worked out at Old Trafford for Owen: “Shame it didn’t work out for Michael Owen, a true legend. Hope it goes well for him in the future.”
Castle (@CartyLa) asks ‘where next?’ for the former England striker: “Be interesting to see who Michael Owen goes to. ..”
United fan Red (@ThatBoyGiggsy) struggles to see how Owen would fit in at Stoke City: “Michael Owen could end up at Stoke City – Stoke City of all the teams! How does he fit in their ways of using bulky, overgrown strikers?”
But Joel Gathoni (@mbusih) reckons it would be a good move for Owen: “It is better than warming the bench RT @Qinyanjui: Stoke closing on Michael Owen…Oh My God!”
However, Leeds United fan L.B.R (@ABZGHST) wants Owen at Elland Road: “We need to sign Michael Owen #LUFC!”
But Ryan Steele (@Steelinho) is bemused by reports coming out of the United Arab Emirates: “The whole Michael Owen to Al Shabab (UAE) deal is a fiasco. Lots of confirmation followed by just as much denial.”
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