Former Manchester United striker, Michael Owen, said it would immediately end his football career. However, if there is a big club wants him, then he was ready to postpone retirement. Owen is still 32 years old. So, he felt still have the ability to compete at the highest caste of English football.
He was reluctant to play in the League Championship (Division II League). “If the opportunity to play in great clubs do not come to me, then the path will I take the pension. It’s not polite to say I refused to play in the League Championship, but like I always say, I would never play that relegated clubs,” he said.
Owen resigned from Newcastle in 2009 after the club was relegated from the Premier League. Owen will never play in the League Championship. For him, he was still able to play good for a top club. Owen was born statement because much criticism from fans that the club played in the League Championship. Owen remarks judged it not respect the Second Division.
“I know you are still able to surprise them at the highest level. Prove it every time you play at MU. I was still 32 and still have a few more years before actually retiring,” he concluded. Owen is a Liverpool player built. He left “The Reds” in 2004 to join Real Madrid.
A year later he moved to Newcastle United in 2005. After the club’s relegation in 2009, he moved to Manchester United and now he is released as a free agent. But, he did not give up. The 32-year-old man would not have insisted on hanging up his boots. This was disclosed in May, after MU did not renew his contract after being together for three seasons.
“Let it go if a good opportunity yet to come. I know can still look good. I prove it in almost every appearance with United,” the two successive tweets Owen, a few hours ago. Ex-Newcastle United and Liverpool striker’s move to Old Trafford on a free transfer in 2009.
In his first season, he contributed nine goals, including the winning goal in Manchester United 4-3 Manchester derby. Owen looks down on the second season. He packed five goals in all competitions last season and he edited three goals in four games.
However, when he appeared only once in the Premier League and Champions League matches pamungkasnya is in early November. However, Owen remains confident he can still survive the rigors of jungle Premier League. “In the age of 32 years, still much can I do,” he said, quoted by the BBC.