Alan Shearer blames Michael Owen for Newcastle’s 2009 relegation, says Michael Bridges

Alan Shearer blames Michael Owen for the Premier League relegation of Newcastle back according to former team-mate Michael Bridges.
Owen’s new autobiography, reboot My Life, My Time, has raised the lid onto a 10-year spat between the group as their time at St James’ Park.
In the novel, former Liverpool and England forward Owen describes linking Newcastle to associate Shearer’ measure’ from Real Madrid in 2005.
Bridges, who played both throughout his career, believes Owen has not just”disrespected the team hugely” but also claims Shearer, who was interim manager in the time of their 2009 relegation, blames Owen’s attitude and too little effort for your club’s demise.
“After Alan (Shearer) got the project, he kind of held Michael Owen liable for a portion of the relegation,” Bridges informed Optus Sports.
“And that comes out of a man called Paul Ferris, who had been the physio at the moment.
“He said to get a man that has played only 58 Premier League matches for Newcastle – scored 26 goals, shot $22m in wages from the club – to say he did not want to be there, didn’t enjoy it… I believe he is disrespected the club hugely.
“Ferris said in the previous six months of Owen’s arrangement that they could not even get him to play in games since he was more worried about another deal that was coming.
‘he holds him accountable Alan has never talked about it although Thus, his heart was not in it.
“And it’s going to be coming out from the book and he is really upset lots of Newcastle fans.”

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