Irving Character Flag

Irving Character Flag

Michael James Owen, born in Chester, England on December 14, 1979, is an English football player and a striker. He has retired from the football club and served in the Premier League. He is the former captain of the England national team on the flag.

Michael James Owen, 15, signed a formal contract with Liverpool Football Club in 1995 to train for the Liverpool youth team. In the 1998 World Cup in France, Owen, 18, became famous in the first World Cup against Argentina and was hailed as the flag chasing teenager on the road to superstar. Owen led Liverpool to the top five in 2001 and won the Golden Globe in Europe in the same year. Owen left Liverpool in 2005 for eight years and joined Spanish side Real Madrid.

Owen’s cruciate ligament was severely injured in the 2006 World Cup in Germany. It took more than half a year for him to recover and return. Fans raised their flags to welcome Owen’s return. Also can make this Irving Character to be custom embroidery patches.  In July 2009, Owen freely moved to Manchester United and won the 2009-2010 League Cup and 2010-2011 Premier League championships with Manchester United, which is Owen’s first league championship in his career. Owen moved to Stoke City in 2012 and scored 150 goals in the Premier League.

In 2013, Michael James Owen announced his retirement on his personal website. On November 8, 2017, the 2017 Golden Foot Awards ceremony was held. Michael James Owen won the legendary award of the 2017 Golden Foot Award and was the invincible king in the flag.

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