Alan Shearer blames Michael Owen for Newcastle’s 2009 relegation, says Michael BridgesCat:未分類

Alan Shearer blames Michael Owen for Newcastle’s Premier League relegation back according to former team-mate Michael Bridges. Owen autobiography, Reboot – My Life, My Time, has lifted the lid onto a 10-year spat between the group since their time at St James’ Park. In the book, former Liverpool and England ahead Owen describes linking Newcastle to associate Shearer’ step’ from Real Madrid in 2005. Bridges, who played both during his career, considers Owen has not only”disrespected the club hugely” but also asserts Shearer, who had been interim manager at the time of their 2009 relegation, blames Owen’s mindset and lack of effort for your club’s demise. “After Alan (Shearer) acquired the task, he kind of preserved Michael Owen liable for part of the relegation,” Bridges advised Optus Sports. “And that comes from a guy named Paul Ferris, who had been the physio at the moment. “He said to get a guy that has played only 58 Premier League matches for Newcastle – scored 26 goals, shot $22m in salary from the club – to mention he didn’t wish to be there, did not like it… I believe he is disrespected the club hugely. “Ferris stated in the past six months of Owen’s contract that they could not even get him to play in games since he was more worried about the next deal which was coming. ‘his heart wasn’t in it and Alan hasn’t spoken about it but he holds him accountable. “And it’s going to be coming out from the book and he’s really mad a lot of Newcastle fans.” Read more here: