NEWBRIDGE, Ireland (AP) Brown Panther, a horse part-owned by former England striker Michael Owen, died after a serious injury in the Irish St. Leger on Sunday. The Tom Dascombe-trained seven-year-old was bidding to repeat his 2014 victory in the Curragh classic but he was suddenly pulled up by jockey Richard Kingscote around the halfway point with a broken hind leg. Paul Hensey...
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Is Michael Owen right to doubt Arsenal? Will Manchester United muscle them out of the Top 4? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com There are no two ways about it; next season promises to be an ever bigger season in the Premier League than 2013/14 proved to be. The last campaign saw Arsenal finish 4th for the sixth time in 9 seasons, this run coming after their glorious years of...
No.14: Michael Owen Bursts Onto The World Stage (France, 1998) When it comes to World Cup memories, positive ones have been pretty scarce for England in recent years. Prosperous and promising qualifying campaigns have only paved the way for major tournament disappointment since Bobby Robson’s Three Lions side reached the semi-final of the 1990 World Cup. Penalties, injuries,...
This 2013-2014 Premier League season has been surrounded by an incredible fight for the top of the standings between Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Manchester City. For the first time in years, that list does not include the reigning champions Manchester ... Read More
After a fine start to the season, the cracks are slowly starting to appear for Arsenal in their hopes of being crowned Premier League Champions, and it was none more so evident than in the Gunners’ shocking 5-1 defeat at ... Read More
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