Martin Keown & Manchester United

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 United Football Club is an English professional football club, based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, that plays in the Premier League. 5.0/5

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Speaking ahead of the highly anticipated clash between Liverpool and Manchester United this weekend, Martin Keown believes that the Merseyside club missed their chance to knock United off their perch and reassert their domestic dominance of year's past.
Radamel Falcao is a huge gamble for Manchester United - Martin Keown
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 ...
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Our big game experts Jamie Redknapp, Martin Keown and Graham Poll offer their verdicts on the key moments as Manchester United beat Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday.
FULL MATCH UPDATE BETWEEN Manchester United 0-0 Arsenal 90’ MATCH SUMMARY It wasn't perhaps a classic in the mould of past Manchester United vs. Arsenal clashes, but there was no denying the battling endeavour of both sets of players, with league leaders Arsenal finding themselves enveloped in a war of attrition with a proud United side keen to show they're still serious about retaining their Premier League title. From the off, the red shirts got stuck into their opponents with Phil Jones enjoying a supreme first half as he looked to drive forward play from midfield, and tackling tirelessly in defence. Robin Van Persie gave United the lead on 26 minutes, powering a header beyond Szczesny from Wayne Rooney's corner, and the home side deserved it, having comfortably stifled their visitor's creativity - £47 million-man Mesut Ozil had a particularly ineffectual afternoon. Nemanja Vidic had been bullying Olivier Giroud in the first-half, but was taken off at half-time after being caught by David de Gea's kn ...
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 ...
Tonight another Scot is on a mission.David Moyes is trying to rediscover the lost soul of Manchester United. One minute he must think he's found the source of power that took his predecessor to 13 titles, the next moment he knows more work is needed to rekindle that burning fire of old. But improvement is being made. They are unbeaten in eight matches. Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie have 16 goals between them. Rooney has scored 12 league and cup goals against the Gunners, including a hat-trick in the 8-2 hammering of 2011. He was also accused of diving to win a penalty in the infamous "Pizzagate" clash that ended the Arsenal Invincibles' unbeaten run of 49 games in 2004. The previous year, Martin Keown and Ruud van Nistelrooy had sparked a nasty confrontation. It's been ugly. It's been beautiful. Few will forget Ryan Giggs' legendary FA Cup semi-final goal in 1999. It took the Double away from London to Manchester, setting up United for their famous Champions League victory and changing the course of f ...
*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 ...
Manchester United v Arsenal: Arsène Wenger bids David Moyes 'welcome to our world of pressure' Gunners' manager will find Sunday's game a bit strange without Sir Alex Ferguson leading the opposition and jokes it may be an odd experience for the referee too . By Henry Winter, Football Correspondent DAILY TELEGRAPH. Arsène Wenger strides confidently into Old Trafford this weekend, wanting to welcome David Moyes to “our world of pressure” and wondering whether there was also a world of pressure for officials when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge. “That’s a question you shouldn’t ask me but the referees,’’ said Wenger waspishly. For 17 years, the Arsenal manager has been visiting Old Trafford, doing well initially but with only one success in his past 11 Premier League trips there. The long, glowering shadow that Ferguson cast over the dugouts is no more, the Scot having retired from the tumult to a quiet seat in the stands. It will feel “a bit strange” without his old sparring partner, adm ...
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.
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."
Manchester United and Manchester City dream team - Martin Keown: from Daily Mail
Martin Keown can see a *** of light for Manchester United's Premier League title rivals following the summer exit of Sir Alex...
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 ...
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)
A reminder that Match of the Day is about to start on BBC1 and BBC1HD with highlights of all eight matches played today in the Barclays Premier League including league leaders Manchester United's trip to Fulham and Chelsea away at Newcastle. Gary Lineker is joined on the sofa by Alan Hansen and Martin Keown.
I've never really passed to much comment on *** nil over the years but I read this earlier and it's pure class. In October 2004, Arsenal lost 2–0 to Manchester United, ending their 49-match unbeaten run in the Premier League. The match was dubbed the "Battle of the Buffet" after pizza was thrown at Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson at the end of the match in the players' tunnel by a then-unknown Arsenal player. Speculation that the player was Fàbregas was confirmed in November 2011 by Former Arsenal player Martin Keown on a phone-in show on BBC Radio 5 Live. Love it!
Robin Van Persie v Luis Suarez - who is the best? Martin Keown verdict on Manchester United v Liverpool
Suarez against Van Persie by Martin Keown: Who is the best? Liverpool or Manchester United?
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
Suarez and RVP for Player of the Year Kevin Keegan believes Luis Suarez is rivalling Robin Van Persie for this season's PFA Players' Player of the Year award. Voting forms for the gong, awarded by the players' union, are set to go out next month, with Van Persie the hot favourite following his heroics for Manchester United. But Keegan, a two-time European Player of the Year with Hamburg, believes the modern-day star striker at the club where he made his name is more deserving - because of the magnificent work ethic he's shown in carrying Liverpool's team. Keegan said of the Uruguayan: “Don’t forget, he is paying for a side in transition. He is not playing in a stable team that is used to winning things, like Van Persie has had at United. Liverpool are not where Man United are. I am not being disrespectful, they know that. He is ploughing a lone furrow at times in that side.” Former Gunners defender Martin Keown, however, believes the Dutchman, who also won the award last season, leads the Player of ...
Latest Football News (Continued) 1. Lille's Mathieu Debuchy has passed Newcastle medical,and will complete €6m move tomorrow-signs five and a half year deal. 2. As West Ham sign Sean Maguire from Waterford, the Irish club's chairman says the striker "reminds me of Lionel Messi". 3. Frank Lampard's partner Christine Bleakley on his Chelsea future: "We don't know what's happening there, we're not sure what's going on". 4. Former LFC defender Sami Hyypia undergoes operation after skiing accident. 5. Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes still does not know if he will sign a new contract and could consider a move abroad. (SSN) 6. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is looking for power and pace as he targets a replacement for striker Demba Ba. (SSN) 7. Manchester United have confirmed Bebe has moved to Portuguese club Rio Ave on loan until the end of June. 8. MUFC feel they have moved ahead in the race for Wilfried Zaha and are fully confident of signing the forward in the summer. (ESPN) 9. Martin Keown is "certain" Ar ...
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Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown was impressed by Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck for England's draw with France.
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