Michael Owen mocked for outlandish double denim outfit – with No.10 stitched on
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Michael Owen has been mocked for his double denim look after the former Liverpool, Manchester United and Newcastle teamed up with Thai company Mc Jeans.
Owen posted three images of himself on social media wearing a denim jacket as well as a pair of denim jeans.
It’s part of a collaboration with Mc Jeans’ Legend on Legend Range, with Owen’s jacket even having his No. 10 stitched on.
And while the former England striker appeared pleased with his outfit, it didn’t take long for others to mock.
The likes of Phil Neville, Rio Ferdinand and Jamie Redknapp showed their support though Owen’s fellow BT Sport pundit and ex-Manchester United team-mate Paul Scholes mocked: “Shakin’ Stevens”.
Another follower joked: “What time does your line dancing class start?”
While a third commented: “You look like a member of Bewitched.”
Another simply said: “Double denim, not a good look.”
With another saying: “He looks like he’s been practicing his dance moves to PJ and Duncan just before he goes to the year 6 leavers disco…”
Dimitar Berbatov has also teamed up with Mc Jeans, though Daily Star Sport suspect the Bulgarian can look silky even in double denim.
Owen’s former team Liverpool were beaten on Saturday by Leicester with Reds boss Jurgen Klopp taking the positives.
Klopp said: “I don’t think it’s easy to dominate Leicester in the way we dominated them today, [to] play the kind of football we played today after losing a few days ago a game with a kind of strange scoreline. But the boys did that.
“Look, we are not going for excuses, we are not looking for excuses. A lot of things happened and stuff like this, that’s all fine.”
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