Owen: 'We Stand A Chance At Anfield'!

Last updated : 03 March 2008 By Footy Mad - Editor
After all, we have done it before. Can anyone remember Mirandinha's penalty and the goal celebration when he ran half the length of the Kop kissing his Toon badge?

We won 2-1 that day ... and sorry to remind you ... but we were still relegated. BUT that won't be the case this time.

Even Michael Owen seems to be looking forward to an Anfield return.

Owen: "It doesn't get any easier, going away to Anfield, but if we can play like that, we have got a chance.

"After Liverpool, we have got some games which are going to be vitally important against teams who are in and around us, so if we can take that performance and build on it.

"We have played well under the new manager is spells, but that is the first game where we have really played well for the whole game, so we will take the positives out of that.

"It was a cruel end. We had plenty of chances, myself being the main culprit.

"I probably had more chances in that game then I have in the last 10, so it is frustrating not to get one and frustrating not to get at least a draw. We deserved to win.

"But there are positives even though we are nearer the relegation zone now and we have lost another game.

"Everyone was far happier after this game than they have been after the last couple of games.

"After Manchester United and Aston Villa, there really was little to take out of the game, but on Saturday, we played really well and I blame myself for not converting any."