Martin Keown & Former Arsenal
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. /5
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Former Arsenal and England defender and Sportsmail columnist Martin Keown returned to answer YOUR questions on the big talking points in
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has labelled Manchester United's deadline day dealings "embarrassing...
Former Arsenal defender wants world class striker to replace Giroud: Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has ...
Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny disappoints me... you can't call yourself a top player if you smoke Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown was unimpressed with Wojciech Szczesny's decision to smoke in the showers after the Gunners' defeat at Southampton.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has insisted that either of Chris Smalling or Phil Jones may have to leave Old Trafford if they continue to be played out of position.
MAIL Former Arsenal and England defender Martin Keown answers YOUR questions once again. This week, the...
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has backed Andros Townsend to fill the void left by Theo Walcott for England at the World Cup.
MOTD2, the commentator remarking on there being a few former Arsenal players in the crowd: "Martin Keown and Pires there, the camera unsurprisingly focussing on Pires". Oooo, back in the knife drawer.
Former Arsenal and Everton defender Martin Keown predicts a Gunners victory at the Emirates. Via BBC
While Manchester City sold Nigel de Jong and Adam Johnson and brought in Javi Garcia and Scott Sinclair in the summer, Manchester United were plotting to reclaim their Premier League crown. There was no marquee signing from City - they didn't raise the bar, but Sir Alex Ferguson always does. After our Arsenal team won the Double in 1998, he bought Jaap Stam and Dwight Yorke and United then won the Treble. By signing Robin Van Persie, he may have won the title before the contest even started. Van Persie is the best signing of the season.'-Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown. (DP)
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown on Glen Johnson's performance against Brazil: "Glen Johnson has looked nervy at times for England at Wembley in the past. Last night he looked more confident. He was good with and without the ball and kept Neymar quiet when confronted with him. On the opposite side, Ashley Cole looked a bit nervous as he won his 100th cap." -G
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
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown at Emirates Stadium on BBC Radio 5 live: "There is contact between the players but I do not know where Laurent Koscielny could have gone there. "It is unbelievable he was sent off for that. Even if it was a penalty, I do not know if it was a clear cut chance."
This is d comment of someone watching it live :Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown at Emirates Stadium ...
The bias in Martin Keown's words renders superfluous his "Former Arsenal defender" introduction.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown: "There are one or two Arsenal players looking a bit shellshocked at the moment. The Arsenal fans want total commitment not players looking around for some kind of direction."
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
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 ...
VIDEO: Wenger will come back stronger - Keown: Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown says the Gunners would be "i...
Former Arsenal centre-back Martin Keown has backed Everton attacker Victor Anichebe to have a great season.
Former Arsenal great Martin Keown remains optimistic about the club's quality roster even as the Robin Van Persie saga continues to rumble on.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Wenger needs to sign a "world star" to replace wantaway striker Van Persie.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has said that it would be “wrong” for captain Robin Van Persie to leave the Emirates.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown was impressed by Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck for England's draw with France.
Former Arsenal stars Martin Keown and Ray Parlour believe that England could find it difficult to progress from Group D at Euro 2012.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown says the club must give captain Robin Van Persie time to decide his future.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes that it could take the club years to recover if they lose star striker Robin Van Persie this summer.The Dutchman scored 30 times for the north London side this season, but has just one year left on his current contract and is understood to be weighing up his future options having won just one FA Cup winner's medal during his time at the club.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Robin Van Persie must be given the time he needs as the Gunners skipper decides his future.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes the departure of Robin Van Persie would set the club back years
Former Arsenal defender and ESPN pundit Martin Keown is hit by a stray ball in the Leeds United FA Cup warm-up. Watch more videos like this at
Former Arsenal and England defender, Martin Keown, joins Shaka Hislop and Tommy Smyth to discuss the Premier...
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