Martin Keown & Manchester City

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. Manchester City Football Club is an English Premier League football club based in Manchester. 5.0/5

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Chelsea and Spurs are superior to Arsenal and Man City in this sense - Martin Keown
Martin Keown and Alan Shearer pulled no punches as they ripped apart the defensive performance of Manchester City in the 4-…
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 ...
Sportsmail's Martin Keown takes a look at the five key attributes of new Arsenal signing Alexis Sanchez ahead of the Gunners' Community Shield clash against Manchester City.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown backs Manchester City to win the Premier League title this season and believes that Liverpool will struggle.
MAIL Manchester City will have one hand on the Premier League trophy by the end of the weekend if Martin Keown's...
Manchester City to win at Everton and Liverpool to lose ground at Crystal Palace - Martin Keown has made his p...
Manchester City's Patrick Vieira chats to ex Arsenal colleague Martin Keown, father of Niall of course.
The real battle Jamie Redknapp and Martin Keown give their views on Man City v Chelsea... but who do they think will triumph at the Etihad? By Jamie Redknapp and Martin Keown 00:11 03 Feb 2014, updated 01:30 03 Feb 2014 Monday evening's mouthwatering top-of-the- table clash between Manchester City and Chelsea could go some way to deciding who will win the Premier League. Here Jamie Redknapp and Martin Keown provide analysis on the game and discuss where they think it will be won and lost. MARTIN KEOWN How do Chelsea stop the City Juggernaut? Manchester City have been scoring goals for fun so Chelsea will need to be organised and resolute. City will look to attack constantly so the Chelsea defence must keep up their concentration. Prolific: Alvaro Negredo has already scored 24 goals for Manchester City this season Double trouble City are one of the few teams to play with two strikers this season — though they did play just one when they last faced Chelsea. Defenders have become used to playing against a ...
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 ...
COUNT DOWN TO KICK OFF. Martin Keown, former Arsenal and England defender on MOTD 2 Extra on BBC TwoMan Utd v Arsenal (1610 GMT) "Manchester United have lost some of that aura. And Arsenal have been in so many difficult, pressure situations this season that I think they will cope with the atmosphere today admirably." MOTD's Jonathan Pearce at Old TraffordMan Utd v Arsenal (1610 GMT) "The Gunners are balanced, stylish, full of goals and more secure at the back. They were excellent in beating Liverpool but this will be the acid test. "United have flunked their big tests so far against Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City. Another defeat would leave them 11 points behind the Gunners and the title would be gone." Jens Lehmann, Arsenal goalkeeper 2003-08, on Sportsweek: "This is one of the most important games in England, because traditionally it's been an encounter between top teams. In recent years Arsenal have been trying to keep up with United, but right now it's the opposite - Arsenal are leading and fo ...
Manchester United and Manchester City dream team - Martin Keown: from Daily Mail
Great interview: Kolo Toure speaks with ex team mate Martin Keown
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany's tackling will get him in more trouble - Martin Keown
It was nice to see a lot of Premier League teams taking the FA Cup seriously, including Manchester City. Outside the Premier League, though, Malky Mackay made 11 changes.
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 ...
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart looks inspired at the moment. His match-saving per formance against Borussia Dortmund proved that once again he is up there with the best in the world.
Vincent Kompany is key to Manchester City - Martin Keown: Vincent Kompany has always impressed me with his focus...
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