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Michael Owen sympathises with Cody Gakpo after £40m man’s quiet outing in Liverpool draw at Chelsea


‘I feel SORRY for him’: Michael Owen sympathises with Cody Gakpo after the £40m man’s quiet outing in Liverpool’s draw at Chelsea and claims the Dutchman is struggling because Jurgen Klopp’s men are ‘drained of confidence’

  • Michael Owen says that he feels sorry for Liverpool attacker Cody Gakpo 
  • The £40million signing struggled to make an impact in the draw against Chelsea 
  • Owen has backed the Dutchman to be a success at Anfield in the long term 

Michael Owen has admitted that he feels sorry for new Liverpool signing Cody Gakpo.

Gakpo has yet to score in four…



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