Michael Owen "One of the unfortunate players in football history"

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Michael Owen "One of the unfortunate players in football history"

It is a terrible chapter in the life of an unfortunate person, after which success seems to be a huge maze for him. Being born with bad luck seems to be an obstacle to success for anyone. So many people are stuck in the circle of failure with the forecast!

Michael Owen is a former England national striker. The star striker was born on December 14, 1979 in Chester, England.

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One of the most unfortunate players in the history of England. Terry Owen's father saw a shadow of talent in his son and decided to make Owen a footballer. At just 7 years old, he became captain at the age of 9 and at the age of 10 he broke Ian Rush's 20-year record of 97 goals in a single season, which was 72.

In just three years, the late Gary Speed ​​also broke the record for most matches played. Later when another academy mold went to Alexandra, he also left his own print there. He scored 34 goals in 24 matches. At the age of 12, when he received offers from Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, he fell into a maze.

However, the then Liverpool Youth Development Officer Brian Kidd wrote a letter in his own hand expressing his interest, which touched Wayne's mind and he joined Liverpool Academy. At the age of 14, he broke the record of 15 and 16 teams by scoring 28 goals in 20 matches.

However, it was just the beginning, he started his senior career in Liverpool and surprised the world. Signed senior contract on 17th birthday. Then began a new chapter in English football, which is not easily forgotten. Ballon d'Or is the league's top scorer with 18 goals in the first season, the same story the following season.

At the height of his form in 2002, Florentino Perez suddenly expressed a desire to bring him to Madrid. Liverpool finished 4th in the league in the 2002-03 season, relying heavily on him. Liverpool's failure to qualify for the Champions League raises doubts about Owen's stay at the club.

The season was almost over for Liverpool when he returned to the field after a three-month injury after a bad start to the club's 2002-03 season, but the team finished fourth again with Gerard and his great performances, scoring his 150th goal.

When coach Howler was sacked the following season, Wayne's absence from the club was almost certain. When Liverpool's top scorer for 7 consecutive seasons left the club for Madrid for  8 million, he were being called the Liverpool Legend in that time.

He has scored 118 goals in 216 appearances, winning one FA Cup, two League Cups, one Community Shield, one UEFA Cup and one UEFA Cup for Liverpool. Has scored some great goals, spent the best time of his life which he never got back.

As soon as he went to Real Madrid, he joined Galacticos, where Ronaldo, Raul, Zidane, Figo and David Beckham were. The number 11 jersey striker did not have a good season, the starting point was sitting on the bench.

He scored 13 goals in the season, the highest in terms of minutes and goals. But when two Brazilian high profile players, such as Robinho and Julio Baptista, joined Madrid, it was only a matter of time before they returned to the Premier League. He scored 18 goals in 41 matches, of which only 15 were from the start.

The 2006 World Cup was in full swing, and that was the main reason why Newcastle broke the transfer record and joined the club for  16.8 million. Thai suffered an injury early in the pre-season, which prevented him from playing at the start of the 2005-06 season.

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However, he announced his return with a 'perfect hat trick' against West Ham. Wayne broke his bone during the game against Tottenham on 31 December 2005, which ended his season. The injury was so bad that it had an effect even after the end of the 2006 World Cup.

He came to training for the first time after this injury in February 2006. However, in the fall of the 2006–07 season, the club agreed to release him for around 10 million. Even if no one buys, he loses his place in the team that season. After that, Newcastle does not renew the contract due to injuries.

As a result, Manchester United signed him as a free agent the following season. The same story again, only the scenario is different. A little bit of performance in a few matches again, then dropped out again due to injury. United spent three seasons in exactly the same way.

He played only 31 matches and scored five goals. Won one Premier League, League Cup and Community Shield. The contract was not renewed later. This time the destination is Stoke City, and again the injury. Despite playing only eight matches, the Englishman ended his career.

He was also a great member of the national team, scoring 40 goals in 89 matches, making him the fourth highest goal scorer in England. He played for England in the 1998, 2002 and 2006 World Cups and the 2000 and 2004 Euros.

An extreme feature of Michael Wayne was his ability to score counter-attacks with a sudden run. His shooting power was very fast, the goals scored in the volley were eye-catching and the finishing was just as perfect. 

His style was to score goals in one-on-one, and football is life. So the finishing of the career of such an extraordinary footballer was so… .. why?

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# Achievements: For Manchester United
FA Cup: 2000-01
★ League Cup: 2000-01,2002-03
Community Shield: 2001
UEFA Cup: 2001
UEFA Super Cup: 2001
 For Manchester
Premier League: 2010-11
Leap Cup: 2009-10
Community Shield: 2010

 Ballon d'Or 2001
Waldner's Soccer Player of the Year: 2001
ESM Team of the Year: 2000-01
BBC Sports Personality of the Year: 1998
Premier League Golden Boot: 1997-99, 1998-99
Premier League Player of the Season: 1997-98
PFA Young Player of the Year: 1997-98
PFA Team of the Year: 1997-98
Premier League Player of the Month: August, 1998
FIFA World Cup Best Young Player: 1998.