Martin Keown & Cesc Fabregas
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. Francesc Cesc Fàbregas Soler (born 4 May 1987) is a Spanish footballer who plays as a central midfielder for La Liga club FC Barcelona. /5
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According to former Arsenal defender Martin Keown on Wenger's altercation with Mourinho: "I was a little surprised. Mourinho has worked hard to get under his skin. Arsene's record against him is poor and every turn he seems to have a hold over Arsene and he certainly had it on Sunday." Chelsea's big guns make the difference Jose Mourinho's summer transfer policy was crystal clear. He wanted quality in midfield to replace the departing Frank Lampard and potency in attack after a failure of his strikers last season sabotaged his attempts to reclaim the Premier League. He solved those problems with the acquisition of Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa from Barcelona and Atletico Madrid respectively for a combined total of around £60m. Mourinho - who said Fabregas was in his company for only 10 minutes when they met before he announced he wanted to join Chelsea - will consider this time and money well spent. Costa may have been quiet on Sunday but still scored the killer second goal, his ninth in seven games, fro ...
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Martin Keown thinks that Cesc Fabregas has unfinished business with Barcelona, and should resist the temptation to join United this summer.
Arsenal legend Tony Adams: "I like Arsenal's standards. No person is bigger than the club. I agree with that 100 per cent. But that's not the issue. Even going back to Ashley Cole, Sol Campbell – these players left too early. So too Gaël Clichy, Samir Nasri, Cesc Fabregas, Alex Song, even Marc Overmars and Emmanuel Petit. I think you could have got two or three years out of them. Instead [with the exception of Campbell] they chose to take the money. Which was fine, I understand balancing books. "But Robin is not a football nor a financial decision. He will get the money back for you. If you drop out of the Champions League, you aren't going to get the £25m. Give that to Robin. And the manager is paying himself a few quid. That is what irritates the fans as well. Ivan [Gazidis, chief executive] is on a lot of money, Arsène is on a lot of money. The fans come to watch the players and think 'Hold on a minute, give him your money!' "I can see both ways. I understand the core values of Arsenal. I just thi ...
The Return of the British Core... Knowingly or not, Arsene owes a great debt to his predecessors, especially George Graham who nurture the roots of English at the squad he 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 many titles...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...Cesc Fabregas in an interview once said that he was having trouble arriving at Arsenal the first time becau ...
Why Arsenal are in decline... Arsenal FC are not even a shadow of the side they once were. Two to three times a week they are supposed to line up as a team, when in actuality they are closer to 11 individuals. They have no leaders. This season has merely confirmed that Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy and Robin Van Persie were all right to leave. Their performance last night was further proof, as if it was needed, of their shambolic decline. Usually when teams go out of a cup competition to a lower league underdog, they hammer the opposition. There are often some questionable refereeing decisions which go against them. The ball is cleared off the line, hits the post and the bar, but just won’t go in. There wasn’t enough of that against Bradford. Not one player, played like he wanted to progress into a cup semi-final. The likes of Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp, Martin Keown and Tony Adams would have given everything to try and prevent failure. Eight years ago this result would have been unthin ...
English Premier League Updates wrote:Santi Cazorla is better than Cesc Fabregas.-Arsenal legend Martin Keown.
Martin Keown thinks we should keep an eye on "Spanish great of the future" Cesc Fabregas. Can you predict last weeks lotto numbers, Martin?
Martin Keown has tipped Spain as the team to watch at the Euros, with some lad called Cesc Fabregas as the player to watch. Insight.
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