Martin Keown & Daily Mail
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. The Daily Mail is a British, daily middle-market tabloid newspaper owned by the Daily Mail and General Trust. /5
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Martin Keown praises Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose: Martin Keown has told the Daily Mail that he...
Daily Mail betting: Martin Keown: remy to net first for Chelsea, Swansea 1-1 correct score, Red card at Everton/Liverpool
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.
It has been reported that Arsenal hero Martin Keown believes Yaya Sanogo could be the ‘new Adebayor’. The 21 year old French striker started in defeat to Champions League opponents Bayern Munich. Keown wrote in the Daily Mail: &
Arsenal hero Martin Keown has dubbed Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic "the machine". Keown wrote in the Daily Mail: "Matic was superb against City last Monday night, screening the defence perfectly and giving Chelsea such a solid base from which to attack. "The Serb had three weeks off over Christmas and had played only 90 minutes for Benfica in 2014 before signing for Chelsea . This was his first league start and what a game in which to make your full league debut. "Ramires is normally Chelsea’s road runner but Matic ran 12.6km, further than any player on the pitch. He was a machine." Bye Bye, John Obi Mikel In The Summer.
Daily Mail: Koscielny and Mertesacker are on a par with Arsenal's great defensive partnerships - Martin Keown
Daily Mail: Wayne Rooney played like two players for Manchester United - Jamie Redknapp, Martin Keown and...
Arsenal hero Martin Keown has taken aim at Manchester United legend Roy Keane. Keown, commenting on England's win over Montenegro, wrote in the Daily Mail: "Roy Keane was very harsh on Joe Hart in the ITV studio before the game, saying he should have been dropped six months ago. Maybe that is why he’s no longer a manager. "Yes, Hart’s had some bad moments but he’s a good keeper and Roy Hodgson was right to stand by him. You can’t just change your keeper for such a big game. Hart was good last night, dealing well with covering at the back. He looked very positive in everything he did and not at all nervous. He was under huge pressure but showed his class."
Was just reading the Daily Mail article about Martin Keown's visit to Jordan with Save The Children, saw this comment
Everton & Moyes - Moyes is making this brilliant Everton side better with every passing season - Daily Mail
Papers: Boss' board role 01/03/2013 08:57 Sir Alex Ferguson watches a training session at Carrington in August 2012 Graeme Yorke writes in the Daily Mail... Sir Alex set to move upstairs Sir Alex Ferguson has said he is keen on becoming a director at Old Trafford when he finally decides to quit management. The 71-year-old Manchester United boss said that he is determined to stay at the club after initially intimating that he would step away. “There’s no getting rid of me. I’ll probably become a director,” said Ferguson, speaking the new magazine twentyfour7 Football. “Nobody knows (my retirement date), neither do I. It won’t be a doctor that tells me to quit!” As for his successor, he added: “They’ll ask me but I think it’ll be a club decision, not mine. With the structure we have here, it can't be an impossible job.” Former United defender Viv Anderson has rejected the idea that Ferguson might be tempted to step down this summer, even if they win the Champions League and Premier Lea ...
Daily Mail: Gareth Bale is like watching Barcelona - Martin Keown
Non-LFC: Former Arsenal man Martin Keown has called for Chelsea fans to back Rafa Benitez in his column on the Daily Mail, saying "For Chelsea's sake, start backing Rafa". -G
Daily Mail: Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany's tackling will get him in more trouble - Martin Keown
Keown: Giggs pass won him new Man Utd deal Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown reckons Ryan Giggs won himself a new deal at Manchester United with his pass for Robin van Persie's winner at West Ham United. Keown wrote in the Daily Mail: "Ryan Giggs has been excellent of late and his pass to set up the Manchester United equaliser for Robin van Persie was sublime. "It probably secured him another year at the club. Giggs has been playing back out wide again recently. He doesn’t try to beat people for fun like he used to, he just hits fantastic diagonal balls. He doesn’t expect too much of himself." ARB
Martin Keown has predicted a 1-1 draw for us today whilst Liam Ridgewell has predicted a 2-2 draw, both predictions in todays Daily Mail.
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 ...
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