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03/07/2009 18:41, Report by Gemma Thompson
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Owen arrival excites fans

Talking Reds users flooded our message board following the shock signing of Michael Owen on Friday. Here's what some had to say...

I believe the signing of Owen is a good bit of business. He is a proven goalscorer and we've missed that since Ruud left. I know he struggles with injuries these days but let's give the guy a chance - as they say 'the talent never leaves you.' We create chances galore and Owen is a good old fashioned goal sniffer. Rooney and Berba are always going be first choice but Owen has a big part to play. He's more than capable of outscoring most current Premier League strikers.
- chicktamonie

Personally I think this is a brilliant move and one we should have made last year. To get a player of his calibre on a free transfer is fantastic and I think he'll score a good few goals for us.
- United Till I Die!!!

I think Owen is a great signing especially as we've got him on a free transfer. I don't expect him to play every week but he can be a real super sub for us.
- Shivam Utd

Despite the injuries, Owen still managed 10 goals for Newcastle last season. Given the right service and a run of games, he's still capable of scoring a lot of goals - he's not lost that lethal finisher's instinct in the box.
- rohitspk

If Owen can stay fit he is a great finisher and could get us at least 10-15 goals. A great signing by Fergie.
- ballyduff20

I would love to see him score the winning goal too against the Scousers.
- Matthew Towlson

I think this could turn out to be one of the shrewdest pieces of business Sir Alex has ever done.
- ooi1977

This could be a great signing. Yes, he played for Liverpool but that would make it all the sweeter if he can hit form for United.
- Andrew Dickinson

The comments expressed in this article are personal to the supporters who posted them on the Talking Reds message board. These views do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Manchester United FC.

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