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Question 1: Do we really need a another striker in Rafa's current set up?
Question 2: Will we pay more than 8m for Owen?
Question 3: Are there no other striker like Owen?
Question 4: Can Owen cope with the pressure of returning to Anfield knowing that nothing less than 20 goals a season will be considered a success?
Answer 1: Probably
Answer 2: No way
Answer 3: Kyut
Answer 4: ?
Conclusion: I don't think Owen will come back because we probably don't need another striker in the current set up. Besdides, there is no way we will pay more than 8m for his return and Newcastle will not accept anything less than 12m. As a striker, I think Kuyt is better suited to the current Liverpool style of play. Finally, why bother to leave Newcastle when you get your wish to play for the World Cup, pocket more than 100,000 a week and get 3 months off each season for hurting your toe and still being treated as a hero?
- 1 Reply to Ricky Y
We are still in need of a clinical finisher in front of goal.
If we could get a striker to score 16 to 20 goals a season we must surely have to buy him.
Whether Owen fits the bill Im not to sure, I would hate us to pay mega dough out for him to have him sitting injured or not putting effort in.