Martin Keown & Nigel Winterburn
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. Nigel Winterburn (born 11 December 1963) is an English former professional footballer and current football television pundit who played as a left back from 1981 to 2003. He is best known for his role alongside the likes of Tony Adams, Martin Keown and Lee Dixon, forming a celebrated defensive line for Arsenal in the Premier League and European football during the 1990s. /5
Martin Keown Nigel Winterburn Tony Adams Lee Dixon Steve Bould David Seaman Patrick Vieira Thierry Henry Ray Parlour Emmanuel Petit Premier League Nicholas Anelka Arsene Wenger Cesc Fabregas Didier Deschamps Ryan Seaman Gary Neville World Cup Zinedine Zidane
If there's not an action movie starring Nigel Winterburn, Lee Dixon, Tony Adams and Martin Keown, I w…
Lee Dixon, Steve Bould, Nigel Winterburn, David Seaman, Martin Keown and Tony Adams with the Premier League trophy https…
Paul Merson, Tony Adams, David Seaman, Martin Keown, Nigel Winterburn. My dad swept the streets by highbury and went
Gunners im out,,,i woke up feeling as if i had a hang over due to our loss to bayern, im good now, as the gunner i am, i remain positive and passionate to my team, I urge all u fellow gooners and goonerettes to not envy others but wait for our glory for when we conquer we will be remembered as they still remember the Invincible era of Viera, henry, Berkgamp, Seaman , Ljungberg the fresh upcoming still there fabregas.the gone by days of Nigel Winterburn, Martin Keown, Tony Adams...Love my team Arsenal, Love my Gooner family ..Take care
Thierry Henry: "You don't arrive at Arsenal football club when you have the likes of Tony Adams, Martin Keown, Lee Dixon, Nigel Winterburn and Ray Parlour. Before I arrived, those guys won the double. Some of them were part of the team that won that amazing league title in '89. Even though I arrived here as a world champion, I was nobody. And rightly so. I didn't do anything yet for Arsenal football club, I didn't do what I could do, I didn't do anything. So who was I, to just do anything or act in a different way? I was just a follower at the beginning." -AJ
There is something about Arsenal’s defence this season that reminds me of that famous back four of Lee Dixon, Steve Bould, Tony Adams and Nigel Winterburn. Perhaps it is the pace and bite of Kieran Gibbs, and his constant limproving positional sense, of which Winterburn was a master in his peak; or the towering height and limited mobility of Per Mertesacker, who wins everything in the air just like Adams. Even a benched captain Thomas Vermaelen, in his good days, brings memories of a fearsome Bould ,now of course Arsene Wenger’s No.2 . Perhaps it is the total lack of fear in his tackling, or the poise with which he carries himself, or his spectacular jumping headers. Or is it Laurent Koscielny’s resemblance of style to the tenacious and formidable Martin Keown, or the fact that Bacary Sagna can be just as decisive as Dixon on the flank. If these petty reasons seem unsubstantiated, then it must be the undeniable chemistry that I sense among them.
I'm sure if he could Lee Dixon would take Tony Adams, Martin Keown and Nigel Winterburn to the World Cup!! You're stuck in the dark ages pal, it's that backward thinking and attitude that's lead to England been the most overrated and underachieving team in the last 20 years nearly!!
PLANETFROM A TRUE GUNNER The Return of the British Core... Knowingly or not, Arsene owes a great debt to his predecessors, especially George Grahamwho nurture the roots of English at the squadhe 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 manytitles...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...CescFabregas in an interview once said that he was having trouble arriving at Arsenal ...
Nigel Winterburn: “Arsene Wenger now needs the backing of his board, we need to hear from them saying ‘this year we have significant funds'."
Patrick Vieira, Martin Keown, Tony Adams, Nigel Winterburn, all, I hear, would love a coaching role at Arsenal. Madness , never offered it.
From Lee Dixon, Nigel Winterburn, Martin Keown and Tony Adams to.well, some german guy, a koclin..kocelosk...ahhh!
If Nigel Winterburn had done something like that, Martin Keown would have ripped his throat out.
The two best teams I faced in my career were Juventus (1996-1999) and Arsenal (1997-2000). It isn’t so much the individual flair and skill that stands out, it’s the mental toughness. Think of the characters: Angelo Peruzzi, Ciro Ferrara, Paolo Montero, Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane, Didier Deschamps, Alessandro Del Piero; David Seaman, Nigel Winterburn, Martin Keown, Tony Adams, Emmanuel Petit, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp. You knew you would never break them mentally. If you have a core of characters like that, you win titles. -Gary Neville-
Can't we bring on Lee Dixon, Nigel Winterburn, Tony Adams and Steve Bould, and stick Martin Keown in front of the back four to see this out?
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