The Stoke City striker has blasted referee Anthony Taylor's decision to dismiss the Argentine centre-back in Sunday's 1-1 draw between Newcastle and Liverpool
The Magpies were the first on the scoresheet when Yohan Cabaye netted on 43 minutes, but the away side were pegged back thanks to a brilliant equaliser from Luis Suarez mid-way through the second-half.
A controversial red card for Coloccini on 84 minutes, however, transformed the finely balanced tie into a backs-to-the-wall job for Alan Pardew's men, and former Tyneside favourite Owen was quick to voice his opinions on the decision.
"Not having that at all. [Coloccini] didn't touch him and to say there was intent is laughable," the 32-year-old wrote on Twitter.
"Let me tell you, he kicks a moving ball a thousand times a day and doesn't miss it once. If he wanted to connect with a standing leg then he wouldn't have missed.
"He pulls out at the last minute and doesn't touch him. Not having that's a red at all."