Martin Keown & Arsene Wenger

Martin Raymond Keown (born 24 July 1966 in Oxford, England) is a former English professional footballer who played as a defender from 1984 to 2005 notably in the Premier League for Arsenal where he made over three hundred appearances for the club and won nine major trophies. Arsène Wenger, OBE (born 22 October 1949) is a French football manager and former player. 5.0/5

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Martin Keown has had his say on Arsene Wenger
"There is a lack of direction and leadership". Martin Keown says Arsene Wenger's future must be resolved quickly...
Martin Keown: "It does feel sadly like it's the end of an era for Arsene Wenger. It's just about finding the right…
Martin Keown and Arsene Wenger at the funeral of former England manager Graham Taylor.
I could have warned Arsene Wenger about "great talent" Marcus Rashford, says ex-Arsenal defender Martin Keown
Alexis Sanchez v Olivier Giroud: Arsenal legend Martin Keown has his say
Martin Keown's impression of Arsene Wenger is... questionable!. Watch more on tonight's Premier League show, at 22:00…
Arsenal legend urges Wenger to snub Sanchez demands. By GoonerP Martin Keown has told Arsene Wenger that he sh...
Martin Keown gives his take on Arsene Wenger's future at Arsenal
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How does Arsene Wenger feel after that? Probably embarrassed says Martin Keown. Reaction:
ARSENAL BEAT Manchester City 3-0 TO LIFT Community Shield TROPHY Arsenal sent out a statement of intent for the season as they impressively dismissed Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley. The FA Cup winners took the lead through Santi Cazorla's angled shot and added to that when Aaron Ramsey drove in a strike to finish a counter-attack. Premier League champions City came close when Stevan Jovetic had a header hit the post and a shot saved. But Olivier Giroud's dipping 25-yard strike secured Arsenal's win. Martin Keown - BBC football analyst "It was the way Manchester City started the game. They were better in the second half but in the first half Arsenal moved the ball beautifully and Alexis Sanchez, in his wide right position, looked dangerous for Arsenal. "It is a good way to take Arsene Wenger into a new season and he will be delighted. He looks five years younger after winning the FA Cup and going back to Wembley to win again today." The victory is the first for Arsene Wenger's side in t ...
FA Cup success will have no bearing on Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal future, says Martin Keown
Aresenal legends Martin Keown and Jens Lehmann join Jamie Redknapp to discuss the FA Cup final http:/…
Paul Scholes to Arsene Wenger “They (Arsenal) capitulated at Chelsea and it seems to be a similar theme that happens when they play the top teams. For one reason or another players go missing. The players like Arteta, Cazorla, Rosicky and Ozil, it seems like they go on the pitch with no discipline. “There are no leaders like Patrick Vieira, Tony Adams or Martin Keown. When these players go 2-0 down they just carry on what they are doing they have a walk up front, lose the ball, play a nice little one-two and not even bother running back. “It’s Arsenal fans I feel sorry for because it is the same every year. They get a sniff of the title then they go to Chelsea and do nothing. The fans expect Arsenal to be going for the league but they’re a million miles away in my eyes. They need characters and leaders. “Jack Wilshere came on the scene and looked a top young player but he has never really gone on. He needs the characters like Vieira next to him to take him to the next level. He doesn’t look ...
Arsenal don't need a new manager; they need Arsene Wenger to become a new man. He needs to go from being a dreamer to a pragmatist, and revisit the past to understand how he earned his reputation. Wenger's early teams at Arsenal were physically imposing. You'd stand next to the likes of Martin Keown, Patrick Vieira, Emmanuel Petit and Co. in the tunnel and know there was a fierce battle ahead. They had a mob of street fighters back then—tough players who stood up to be counted. But at some point Wenger decided on a change of philosophy. Perhaps inspired by the rise of teams like Barcelona on the Continent, he turned his focus to signing smaller, more mobile players. It might have been the right approach for Europe, but it neglected the fundamental requirements of the Premier League. Fans in England want to see physicality. They want to see players who can win aerial battles, thrive in close-quarters combat and handle themselves in a challenge. The Premier League is a reflection of that, and you can't wi ...
Arsene Wenger said ref must look out for Bayern's dirty tricks. Would someone remind him that one Robert Pires, Wiltord and Eduardo used to play for him? Thugs Lauren and Martin Keown did too :-(
SO COULD MOURINHO BE A SECRET ADMIRER OF ARSENE WENGER? Martin Keown has suggested that Jose Mourinho’s recent outburst towards Arsene Wenger is countered against admiration the Portuguese coach has for the Frenchman. "...there is an opposite side to Mourinho’s comments as the Chelsea coach is embarking on a journey with Chelsea, similar to the way Arsene Wenger has managed Arsenal. I was talking about this on the radio a few weeks ago and I thought we had gone full circle with Jose showing some admiration for what Wenger has done. Him going back to Chelsea to establish longevity and a legacy is almost a sign that Mourinho wants to imitate Wenger’s staying power,” said Keown in his weekly Q&A session for the Daily Mail.
Szczesny's red card is the 100th chalked up by an Arsenal player during the Arsene Wenger era, which began in 1996. Patrick Vieira tops the list with 10 dismissals, with Martin Keown in second with seven red cards and six players, Dennis Bergkamp, Gilles Grimandi, Laurent Koscielny, Ray Parlour, Emmanuel Petit and Robin Van Persie, sitting third with four sendings-off each. My take Statisticians.
A documentary looking back at Thierry Henry's glittering career at Arsenal was released this week with a special premiere screening at Emirates Stadium. The former Gunners striker was joined by Ian Wright, David Seaman, Sol Campbell and Martin Keown to celebrate the release of 'Arsenal Legends – Thierry Henry', in which the FIFA World Cup winner tells the story of the key moments and goals that marked his eight-year spell at the club. "Even though I arrived here as a world champion, I was nobody" Thierry Henry He also talks about his arrival at Highbury, which followed a chance meeting with Gunners manager Arsene Wenger on a flight to Paris, as well as how he had plenty to prove when he signed for the north London club from Juventus in 1999. "You don't arrive at Arsenal football club when you have the likes of Tony Adams, Martin Keown, Lee [Dixon], Nigel [Winterburn] and Ray Parlour," said Henry in the documentary. "Before I arrived, those guys won the double. "Some of them were part of the team that wo ...
The former Gunners captain has dismissed the north London side's title chances on account of a perceived "lack of leadership" within Arsene Wenger's ranks Patrick Vieira does not believe that former club Arsenal will win the Premier League this season because they cannot "win games playing badly". The Frenchman, who now coaches Manchester City's Under-21 side, lifted the title three times during his nine-year spell in north London. Arsenal have not won any silverware since Vieira converted the winning penalty in a shootout against Manchester United in the 2005 FA Cup final, though, and the 37-year-old believes the Gunners still lack the ability to win ugly. “When you look at Arsenal, they play fantastic football. But sometimes you need to win games playing badly, and I don't think Arsenal are capable of that at the moment,” the Frenchman told the Daily Mirror. "Maybe there is a lack of leadership - they don't have a Tony Adams, Martin Keown or Sol Campbell. These are players who can be leaders on or o ...
*MUST READ* Man u Vs Arsenal When invisibles record was broken. It is long but worth it. Read on and find out football beef and the famous 'PIZZA GATE SAGA' as Quoted by S.A Fergie. Like & comment if it was up to ur expectations. Manchester United and Arsenal are often aggressive affairs, but their fierce rivalry degenerated into a food fight in October 2004 as the 'Invincibles' were finally defeated. Ahead of their Super Sunday clash, Sky Sports Vault rewinds to the 'Battle of the Buffet'. "Football is not a war," insisted Arsene Wenger to the gathered press corps, as he prepared to take his troops north to Old Trafford for the 10th game of the 2004/5 Premiership campaign. "Since I have been in the game, it's always about war and fights - and football is not about that." After a record 49 league matches without defeat, Wenger could have been forgiven for adopting a zen- like mentality towards the rough and tumble of domestic conflict. After the elation of his third English title triumph, achieved in a ma ...
'STILLNESS AND SPEED: Dennis Bergkamp'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY.' Anyone lucky enough to have watched Dennis Bergkamp grace a football pitch, regardless of where their allegiances lay, knew they were witnessing something special. His vision, control and awareness; his ability to read how the game would unfold seconds before anybody else -- the man was a genius. And anyone who is lucky enough to get their hands on his new book, regardless of where their allegiances lie, will be left thinking exactly the same thing. Stillness and Speed is a homage to his genius -- a piece of work that allows you to understand the creative process of one of the most creative footballers the game has ever seen. While there is plenty in this book for Arsenal fans to love and cherish -- be it old anecdotes, or an insight into the way Arsene Wenger works and how the club is run -- there is also plenty that any true football fan can take from this, as Bergkamp's love for the game in its purest form is simply so infectious. If you're expect ...
Sportsmail's Martin Keown takes a look at three of the key clashes between Manchester United and Arsenal and explains why Arsene Wenger's side have enough to come out on top.
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- Wenger bigs up skipper’s return. Arsene Wenger believes Thomas Vermaelen is on a par with teammates Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny and claimed that picking between the centre-back trio poses him the same challenge he had when Martin Keown, Tony Adams and Steve Bould were on the books at the start of his Arsenal tenure.
PLANETFROM A TRUE GUNNER The Return of the British Core... Knowingly or not, Arsene owes a great debt to his predecessors, especially George Grahamwho nurture the roots of English at the squadhe inherited as boyband "Arsenal Famous Wonderwall" consisting of David Seaman, Martin Keown, Tony Adams, Steve Bould, Lee Dixon and Nigel Winterburn and midfielder energetic Ray Parlour...But soon the British Core dissapered and Arsene Wenger started recruiting French players who later won manytitles...Patrick Vieira in his first season, Nicholas Anelka and Emmanuel Petit (1997/98) and Thierry Henry - who was flop at Juventus - season 1999/2000... This was a breakthrough decision because this formula successfully brought many titles...The arrival of African Players changed the Premier League...This is what makes French connection base becoming crucial because the majority of African countries use French as their official language...CescFabregas in an interview once said that he was having trouble arriving at Arsenal ...
Will Arsenal keep up their defensive record next season? Arsenal’s season this term was a game of two halves. In 2012 the Gunners conceded a high number of goals and were 5th place behind Tottenham on New Year’s Day with 33 points. Flash-forward to May 19th 2013 and Arsenal’s 1-0 victory over Newcastle at St James’ Park saw then clinch a Champions League qualifying spot ahead of their North London rivals, after conceding the fewest goals out of every team in the league in 2013. They finished out the season on 73 points, a 3-point improvement on their 2011/12 campaign, having conceded 37 goals in total – 12 goals less than last term. In 2013 no other team conceded fewer goals that the Gunners – after manager Arsene Wenger dropped his captain Thomas Vermaelen, Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker’s partnership in the middle of their back line saw Arsenal go on an unbeaten run of 10 games. Their defeat at White Hart Lane saw the French boss take massive decisions for their 2-0 victory over Bay ...
Arsene Wenger said about Gareth Bale "sometimes the career of a player depends on playing in the right position" so why does he play players out of position all the time? This isn't anti Wenger I just can't see his logic. *PG*
Nigel Winterburn: “Arsene Wenger now needs the backing of his board, we need to hear from them saying ‘this year we have significant funds'."
Arsenal 0-1 Blackburn: Martin Keown calls defeat 'smack in face' Arsenal's hopes of winning a domestic trophy this season came to a crashing end when they were dumped out of the FA Cup by Championship side Blackburn on Saturday. Coming after a Capital One defeat by League Two Bradford in December, the Gunners' only chance of ending their eight-year trophy drought now rests on the Champions League, where they face Bayern Munich on Tuesday. Here, Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown assesses the FA Cup loss, having commentated on the game for BBC Radio 5 live. A smack in the face for Arsenal The Gunners had not been eliminated by a side from a lower league in the FA Cup since January 1996, when they lost to Sheffield United "The expectations are incredibly high at Arsenal and Arsene Wenger will know better than anybody else that this is turning into a very disappointing season for Arsenal. At the beginning, things threatened to start turning around but now the questions are coming. "There will be a serious ...
Arsenal legend Martin Keown defended Arsene Wenger following the 0-1 shock defeat to Blackburn Rovers at the Emirates Stadium while the FA Cup but were knocked out of this season. Instead, the Former Arsenal defender is putting the blame on the players The Gunners failed to play at the best level in the game today even though many blame the Arsenal manager.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists his current side care as much for the club as some of the Gunners legends he has managed.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has no doubts his current players have as much heart as the likes of Tony Adams, Patrick Vieira and Martin Keown.
Arsene Wenger's letter to David Villa . . . David, I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to offer you the chance to sign for Arsenal. As my club has come under a lot of criticism recently for things such as not winning trophies, and continuing to employ Sebastien Squillaci, I thought I would write to you personally to defend Arsenal against these accusations. I write to explain to you why we are in fact the most principled and virtuous footballing entity in existence and why you would be a capitalist fool to not want to join us. Firstly, the trophies thing. People criticise us for not bringing home silverware, but these *** do not realise that football is an aesthetic pursuit as well as a competitive one. After all, how many Turner Prizes did Rembrandt win? None, David. How many Oscars has Scarlett Johansson won? Zero. Both have brought so much beauty to the world, and received no awards for their selfless efforts. Rembrandt, Johansson, Wenger. So, when I see Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere p .. ...
In today's Window Watch Goal.com imagines what Arsene Wenger might say to convince David Villa to join Arsenal
Martin Keown believes that Arsenal are "certain" to bring in new faces after Theo Walcott's future has been finalised, something which is a necessity as Arsenal look to challenge for honours and end a trophy drought dating back to 2005. Keown has also backed Arsene Wenger's stance that the club will not look to bring in reinforcements during the January transfer window until Walcott's contract situation is resolved. "I think [Wenger] is just being intelligent, if you are a player at a club you want to feel pretty special and [Walcott] is pretty special at the moment," Keown told ESPN. "He is a priority at the football club, they've nurtured this player now for the last seven years from a boy to a man and he wants to make sure that he feels extra special. "He doesn't want to block his path once he signs that contract - once that is done though it is up to the manager to look outside the club and see if he wants to bring anybody else in and I feel certain that they will do that because they continue to keep ...
Former Arsenal centre-back Martin Keown has revealed his hope that the club's current players have learnt from their 2-0 defeat to Swansea City at the Emirates Stadium in December. The Gunners face the Swans again this Sunday in the FA Cup , although on this occasion the encounter will take place at the Liberty Stadium. Looking ahead to the third-round tie, Keown has urged Arsene Wenger 's squad to "bounceback" from that humiliating afternoon last month. "You want your players to feel hurt and want to respond – to bounce back really I suppose," he told Sports Mole . "I think looking back it was a game that Arsenal lost trying to win. In that particular game, there was a little bit of a kamikaze approach to going forward. "It's about finding a balance and I think the players would have learnt a lot from that fixture. As long as they can learn from it, grow from that experience and demand of each other, then it will be a good experience in the long run – although it hurt at the time. "It's a chance to w ...
Martin Keown was already an Arsenal player when Arsene Wenger took over as the manager in 1986, but he had his best years under the Frenchman, staying another eight seasons and winning three titles and three FA cups. The former central defender knows Wenger and his methods better than most people, therefore, and he insists that there is no need for Arsenal fans to panic and he is confident that Wenger will get this team playing well again, just as he has done before. Writing in the Daily Mail, Keown points out that Wenger has had to rebuild the Arsenal team again, and that we should give them time to adapt to each other and work around the problems facing them. It is actually hard times and bad games that teach the players and manager more about themselves and each other. Keown also insists that Wenger will defend his players as much as any manager could, thereby explaining what some see as his bizarre post match explanations. Keown was an integral part of the Arsenal team that won the league and cup doub ...
has Arsene Wenger had sexual intercouse with your missus. Word on the street is that him and Martin Keown both have .
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Martin Keown wants to ban anyone who insults Arsene Wenger, well that's most of Europe banned I guess
Dwight Yorke's hat-trick in a 6-1 win. Sylvain Wiltord's title-clinching winner. THAT Arsenal fan's face of celebration. Martin Keown versus Ruud van Nistelrooy. Arsene Wenger in the stand, arms outstretched. United's eight-goal demolition job last season. This is the fixture that has arguably given us more unforgettable moments in the Premier League era than any other.
Great video from Includes pictures of him with Martin Keown, Tony Adams & Arsene Wenger! :)
Even more jel of Dave now as he was sitting right behind Arsene Wenger, Pat Rice and Martin Keown !
Former Arsenal and England defender Martin Keown on BBC Radio 5 live:"Just as you think Arsenal are turning a corner their inconsistency comes back. You can't really trust this group of players at the moment. All credit to Norwich, but Arsenal should be winning those games and winning them comfortably. It wouldn't have happened under Arsene Wenger five or six seasons ago, but its happening now. In the summer the manager will have major surgery with this team."
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